From left, Abdulsalam al Hela, captured in Cairo, Egypt; Abdul Malik, captured in Mombasa, Kenya; Saifullah Paracha, captured in Bangkok, Thailand; Omar Mohammed Ali al Rammah, captured in the Republic of Georgia. Hela and Rammah photos are from their Guantánamo prison profiles provided by WikiLeaks. Abdul Malik and Paracha photos were taken by the International Committee of the Red Cross, and provided by their attorneys.
From left, Abdulsalam al Hela, captured in Cairo, Egypt; Abdul Malik, captured in Mombasa, Kenya; Saifullah Paracha, captured in Bangkok, Thailand; Omar Mohammed Ali al Rammah, captured in the Republic of Georgia. Hela and Rammah photos are from their Guantánamo prison profiles provided by WikiLeaks. Abdul Malik and Paracha photos were taken by the International Committee of the Red Cross, and provided by their attorneys.
From left, Abdulsalam al Hela, captured in Cairo, Egypt; Abdul Malik, captured in Mombasa, Kenya; Saifullah Paracha, captured in Bangkok, Thailand; Omar Mohammed Ali al Rammah, captured in the Republic of Georgia. Hela and Rammah photos are from their Guantánamo prison profiles provided by WikiLeaks. Abdul Malik and Paracha photos were taken by the International Committee of the Red Cross, and provided by their attorneys.

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