Muhammed Qasim

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Muhammed Qasim is a citizen of Afghanistan who is reportedly held in extrajudicial detention in the United States Guantanamo Bay detention camps, in Cuba.


The Philadelphia Inquirer printed an article by David L. McColgin, who described working as a lawyer for a Guanntanamo captive named Muhammed Qasim.The US Department of Defense released what it described as a full list of all the captives who had been held, in military custody, in Guantanamo., US Department of Defense, May 15, 2006It only lists two individuals named Qasim: A Yemeni named Khaled Qasim, and a Uyghur named Abu Bakr Qasim. Muhammed Qasim is not listed. McColgin wrote that Qasim attended his Combatant Status Review Tribunal in 2004.


McColgin wrote that Qasim was captured on February 7, 2003.He was captured by a mixed force of Americans and Afghans.He believes that a neighbor falsely alleged he was a member of the Taliban so he could be paid a bounty.

McColgin wrote that Qasim was a thirty year old farmer, in Zormat, Afghanistan, who supported his mother and a sister.

Combatant Status Review Tribunal

Qasim participated in his Combatant Status Review Tribunal.


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