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Binyam Ahmed Mohamed (Amharic: ብንያም መሐመድ, Arabic: بنيام محمد, born 24 July 1978), also referred to as Benjamin Mohammed, Benyam Mohammed or Benyam Mohammed al-Habashi, is an Ethiopian national and United Kingdom resident, who was detained as a suspected enemy combatant by the US Government in Guantanamo Bay prison between 2004 and 2009 without charges.He was arrested in Pakistan and transported first to Morocco under the US's extraordinary rendition program, where he claimed to have been interrogated under torture.

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  • Binyam Ahmed Mohamed (Amharic: ብንያም መሐመድ, Arabic: بنيام محمد, born 24 July 1978), also referred to as Benjamin Mohammed, Benyam Mohammed or Benyam Mohammed al-Habashi, is an Ethiopian national and United Kingdom resident, who was detained as a suspected enemy combatant by the US Government in Guantanamo Bay prison between 2004 and 2009 without charges.He was arrested in Pakistan and transported first to Morocco under the US's extraordinary rendition program, where he claimed to have been interrogated under torture. After some time, Mohamed was transferred to military custody at Guantanamo Bay detention camp. Mohamed's military at the time of his Combatant Status Review Tribunal reported that he had said that he had gone to train in the Al Farouq training camp only in order to train to fight in Chechnya. Mohamed also said that the evidence against him was obtained using torture and later denied any confession. The US dropped its charges against him, and eventually released him. He arrived in the United Kingdom on 23 February 2009. Together with other detainees, he took legal action against the UK government for collusion by MI5 and MI6 in his torture by the United States. In February 2010, the UK Court of Appeal ruled that he had been subjected to "cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment by the United States authorities" in which the British Intelligence services had been complicit. The UK government agreed to pay an undisclosed sum in compensation in November 2010.
  • Binyam Ahmed Mohamed (arabe : بنيام محمد) ou Benjamin Mohammed, Benyam (Ahmed) Mohammed, Benyam Mohammed al-Habashi) (né le 24 juillet 1978) est un citoyen éthiopien, résident britannique depuis 1994 sous le statut de réfugié et ingénieur électricien, détenu au camp de Guantanamo entre 2004 et 2009. Il aurait admis avoir été entraîné dans un camp d'Al-Qaïda avant de déclarer que ces aveux avaient été obtenus sous la torture. Il prétend avoir été « torturé de façon médiévale ». Premier détenu libéré de l'administration de Barack Obama, il est arrivé au Royaume-Uni le 23 février 2009. En février 2010, une cour d'appel a finalement déclaré qu'il avait été soumis à un traitement cruel, inhumain et dégradant par les autorités américaines.
  • محمد بنيام، إثيوبي الأصل، هاجر إلى بريطانيا عام 1994.اعتقل في باكستان عام 2002 ونقل إلى المغرب حيث ادعى أنه قد تم استجوابه تحت التعذيب وتم تسليمه إلى السلطات الأميركية بعد عدة أشهر. حيث اعتقل كمشتبه مقاتل عدو في سجن غوانتانامو بين عامي 2004 و2009 دون توجيه اتهامات.
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  • Binyam Ahmed Mohamed (arabe : بنيام محمد) ou Benjamin Mohammed, Benyam (Ahmed) Mohammed, Benyam Mohammed al-Habashi) (né le 24 juillet 1978) est un citoyen éthiopien, résident britannique depuis 1994 sous le statut de réfugié et ingénieur électricien, détenu au camp de Guantanamo entre 2004 et 2009. Il aurait admis avoir été entraîné dans un camp d'Al-Qaïda avant de déclarer que ces aveux avaient été obtenus sous la torture. Il prétend avoir été « torturé de façon médiévale ». Premier détenu libéré de l'administration de Barack Obama, il est arrivé au Royaume-Uni le 23 février 2009. En février 2010, une cour d'appel a finalement déclaré qu'il avait été soumis à un traitement cruel, inhumain et dégradant par les autorités américaines.
  • محمد بنيام، إثيوبي الأصل، هاجر إلى بريطانيا عام 1994.اعتقل في باكستان عام 2002 ونقل إلى المغرب حيث ادعى أنه قد تم استجوابه تحت التعذيب وتم تسليمه إلى السلطات الأميركية بعد عدة أشهر. حيث اعتقل كمشتبه مقاتل عدو في سجن غوانتانامو بين عامي 2004 و2009 دون توجيه اتهامات.
  • Binyam Ahmed Mohamed (Amharic: ብንያም መሐመድ, Arabic: بنيام محمد, born 24 July 1978), also referred to as Benjamin Mohammed, Benyam Mohammed or Benyam Mohammed al-Habashi, is an Ethiopian national and United Kingdom resident, who was detained as a suspected enemy combatant by the US Government in Guantanamo Bay prison between 2004 and 2009 without charges.He was arrested in Pakistan and transported first to Morocco under the US's extraordinary rendition program, where he claimed to have been interrogated under torture.
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