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Martin Mubanga is a joint Zambian and British national seized by US intelligence in Zambia in 2002. Accused of having received terror training in Afghanistan, he was sent to Guantanamo. There, the Joint Task Force claimed, he had admitted being a member of al-Qaeda and been assessed as "high risk".
He is repatriated to England and released without charge. He reportedly alleges torture and receives £1m in compensation from the Government after his release. Ronald Fiddler, Moazzam Begg, Martin Mubanga. Image: Former Guantanamo detainees: (L-R) Ronald Fiddler, Moazzam Begg, Martin Mubanga ...

Ronald Fiddler, Moazzam Begg, Martin Mubanga. Image: Al Harith with Moazzam Begg and Martin Mubanga - all three were detained at Guantanamo Bay. Al Harith's family said they released the statement to "express their sorrow and distress at the news of his death" but they said they have not had ...
British Guantanamo detainees: top row from left: Binyam Mohammed al Habashi, Jamil el-Banna, Omar Deghayes, Abdenour Sameur, Bisher Al Rawi, Feroz Abbasi 2nd row: Moazzam Begg, Richard Belmar, Martin Mubanga, Shafiq Rasul, Asif Iqbal, Ruhal Ahmed 3rd row: Tarek Dergoul, Mohammed Al ...
... called "Five Years of My Life"; Taj Mohammed worked as translator with American troops in Afghanistan in 2010 after nearly four years in Guantanamo; and Martin Mubanga told The Guardian newspaper in 2005 when he was released that he wanted to record a record of his Guantanamo-inspired raps.
Martin Mubanga. Mr Mubanga, 34, has joint Zambian and British nationality after his family moved to the UK in the 1970s. He is a former motorcycle courier and was raised as a Catholic before converting to Islam in his 20s. He was arrested in Zambia in 2001 having spent time in Afghanistan and Pakistan.

US authorities claim he was captured at an al-Qaeda safe house there, and he was held by Pakistani authorities before being moved to Cuba. In January 2005 he was released, and freed without charge in Britain after being questioned by anti-terror police. Martin Mubanga, from north London, UK national.
A British terror suspect held in Guantanamo Bay for 33 months plans to sue the government, it is reported. Martin Mubanga claimed in the Observer that an MI6 officer played a key role in consigning him to the US camp in Cuba, following his arrest in Zambia. Mr Mubanga, 32, from Wembley, London, said ...
Martin Mubanga, Feroz Abbasi, Richard Belmar and Moazzam Begg were being reunited with their families at a location of their choice, police said. The men, from Birmingham and London, were questioned at Paddington Green police station after returning from Cuba but were released without charge.
Moazzam Begg, from Birmingham, and Martin Mubanga, Richard Belmar and Feroz Abbasi, from London, were returned to Britain on 25 January after being detained in Cuba for nearly three years. US authorities have not brought charges against any of the Britons. Five other British nationals being held in ...
Martin Mubanga is a joint Zambian and British national seized by US intelligence in Zambia in 2002. Accused of having received terror training in Afghanistan, he was sent to Guantanamo. There, the Joint Task Force claimed, he had admitted being a member of al-Qaeda and been assessed as "high risk".
He is repatriated to England and released without charge. He reportedly alleges torture and receives £1m in compensation from the Government after his release. Ronald Fiddler, Moazzam Begg, Martin Mubanga. Image: Former Guantanamo detainees: (L-R) Ronald Fiddler, Moazzam Begg, Martin Mubanga ...
British Guantanamo detainees: top row from left: Binyam Mohammed al Habashi, Jamil el-Banna, Omar Deghayes, Abdenour Sameur, Bisher Al Rawi, Feroz Abbasi 2nd row: Moazzam Begg, Richard Belmar, Martin Mubanga, Shafiq Rasul, Asif Iqbal, Ruhal Ahmed 3rd row: Tarek Dergoul, Mohammed Al ...
The former detainees who will be beneficiaries of the government payout include Jamil el-Banna, Moazzam Begg, Richard Belmar, Omar Deghayes, Binyam Mohamed , Martin Mubanga and Bishar al-Rawi. Some of them, especially Mr. Mohamed and Mr. Begg, have become well-known in a broad human ...
Martin Mubanga. Mr Mubanga, 34, has joint Zambian and British nationality after his family moved to the UK in the 1970s. He is a former motorcycle courier and was raised as a Catholic before converting to Islam in his 20s. He was arrested in Zambia in 2001 having spent time in Afghanistan and Pakistan.
The other former detainees are Bisher al-Rawi, Jamil el-Banna, Richard Belmar, Omar Deghayes and Martin Mubanga. The appellants are trying to find out when officials first became aware of rendition and mistreatment and Mr Justice Silber said: “This is one of the most important parts of the case.”.
Was released with Richard Belmar, Martin Mubanga and Feroz Abbasi. Feroz Abbasi. Abbasi was born in Uganda in October 1979 and his family moved to the UK when he was eight. He studied computing in Surrey, becoming increasingly religious and attending Finsbury Park mosque. The last time his ...

US authorities claim he was captured at an al-Qaeda safe house there, and he was held by Pakistani authorities before being moved to Cuba. In January 2005 he was released, and freed without charge in Britain after being questioned by anti-terror police. Martin Mubanga, from north London, UK national.
A British terror suspect held in Guantanamo Bay for 33 months plans to sue the government, it is reported. Martin Mubanga claimed in the Observer that an MI6 officer played a key role in consigning him to the US camp in Cuba, following his arrest in Zambia. Mr Mubanga, 32, from Wembley, London, said ...
Martin Mubanga, Feroz Abbasi, Richard Belmar and Moazzam Begg were being reunited with their families at a location of their choice, police said. The men, from Birmingham and London, were questioned at Paddington Green police station after returning from Cuba but were released without charge.
Moazzam Begg, from Birmingham, and Martin Mubanga, Richard Belmar and Feroz Abbasi, from London, were returned to Britain on 25 January after being detained in Cuba for nearly three years. US authorities have not brought charges against any of the Britons. Five other British nationals being held in ...
Moazzam Begg, from Birmingham, and Martin Mubanga, Richard Belmar and Feroz Abbasi, from London, were returned to Britain on 25 January after being detained in Cuba for nearly three years. US authorities have not brought charges against any of the Britons. Five other British nationals being held in ...
Martin Mubanga is a joint Zambian and British national seized by US intelligence in Zambia in 2002. Accused of having received terror training ...
As an image of Briton Ronald Fiddler grinning before reportedly blowing himself up in the name of Islamic State goes viral online, Sky News ...
Martin Mubanga (ex-Guantanamo Bay detainee) delivering a petition to the Home Office to stop detention without fair trial. Credit: Abbie ...
Mohamed, Bishar Al Rawi, Jamil El Banna, Richard Belmar, Omar Deghayes, Moazzam Begg and Martin Mubanga were said to be among ...
Martin Mubanga. Mr Mubanga, 34, has joint Zambian and British nationality after his family moved to the UK in the 1970s. He is a former ...
At least 14 British residents have been held in the controversial Guantanamo Bay camp in Cuba. Now Binyam Mohamed has been released, ...
A British terror suspect held in Guantanamo Bay for 33 months plans to sue the government, it is reported. Martin Mubanga claimed in the ...
A British terror suspect held in Guantanamo Bay for 33 months plans to sue the government, it is reported. Martin Mubanga claimed in the ...
Martin Mubanga, Feroz Abbasi, Richard Belmar and Moazzam Begg were being reunited with their families at a location of their choice, police ...
Martin Mubanga, Feroz Abbasi, Richard Belmar and Moazzam Begg were being reunited with their families at a location of their choice, police ...
Moazzam Begg, from Birmingham, and Martin Mubanga, Richard Belmar and Feroz Abbasi, from London, were returned to Britain on 25 ...
Martin Mubanga is a joint Zambian and British national seized by US intelligence in Zambia in 2002. Accused of having received terror training in Afghanistan, he was sent to Guantanamo.
British Guantanamo detainees: top row from left: Binyam Mohammed al Habashi, Jamil el-Banna, Omar Deghayes, Abdenour Sameur, Bisher Al Rawi, Feroz Abbasi 2nd row: Moazzam Begg, Richard Belmar, Martin Mubanga, Shafiq Rasul, Asif Iqbal, Ruhal ...


 

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