According to Pakistan's The Nation Saeed was first captured by Abdul Rashid Dostam who held him under brutal conditions.Dostam is widely reported to have sold hundreds of Afghans and Arab expatriates to American intelligence in return for bounties.
According to The Daily Times:
Saeed's father died while he was in detention. The Daily Times quoted Saeed: “I was quite upset when I heard the news (of my father’s death) but I will sacrifice anything for Islam,”
Saeed said he was ready to “go for Jihad again.”
Saeed said he was tortured at Guantanamo.
Saeed and two other of the released men agreed: “The authorities at Guantanamo Bay desecrated our holy book to humiliate us. However, we were given some religious freedom after the Red Cross’s intervention,”
The Daily Times reported that Saeed was repatriated with sixteen other men. The seventeen men werereleased from Pakistani custody on June 28, 2005.<ref... Read More