Alleged al Qaida kingpin Khalid Sheik Mohammed posed for this photo in July 2009, at the U.S. Navy base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. It was taken by the International Committee of the Red Cross to be sent home for Ramadan, and first showed up on Arabic language websites seen as sympathetic to al Qaida. It was the first known public photograph since his widely circulated March 2003 capture photo of him rousted from sleep in Rawalpindi, Pakistan.
Alleged al Qaida kingpin Khalid Sheik Mohammed posed for this photo in July 2009, at the U.S. Navy base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. It was taken by the International Committee of the Red Cross to be sent home for Ramadan, and first showed up on Arabic language websites seen as sympathetic to al Qaida. It was the first known public photograph since his widely circulated March 2003 capture photo of him rousted from sleep in Rawalpindi, Pakistan. International Committee of the Red Cross
Alleged al Qaida kingpin Khalid Sheik Mohammed posed for this photo in July 2009, at the U.S. Navy base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. It was taken by the International Committee of the Red Cross to be sent home for Ramadan, and first showed up on Arabic language websites seen as sympathetic to al Qaida. It was the first known public photograph since his widely circulated March 2003 capture photo of him rousted from sleep in Rawalpindi, Pakistan. International Committee of the Red Cross

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