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1 Unfortunately, it was by no means clear that the majority of these prisoners were capable of fulfilling Rumsfeld’s expectations. Four of them—Ali Hamza al-Bahlul, Ibrahim al-Qosi, Abdallah Tabarak and Mohammed al-Qahtani—were regarded as major prizes, although it was apparent that none of them held leadership positions in alQaeda. ” Al-Qosi, a 41-year-old from the Sudan, was accused of working as the deputy to Sheikh Sayyid al-Masri, al-Qaeda’s financial chief, fighting in Chechnya in 1995 (after bin Laden financed his trip), and serving as bin Laden’s bodyguard, driver, supplies manager and cook for his retinue from 1996 until his capture.
Al-Kandari explained, “The international community is mistaken about Arabs in Afghanistan. ” He said that he was a businessman, adding, “I have a lot of money, and I came here to Afghanistan to help Muslims. ” This is the story he has maintained throughout his imprisonment by the Americans, but it was regarded as unbelievable from the beginning. 12 The Tunisians—who had both been living in Italy in the 1990s— were subjected to more serious allegations. ” Ourgy, who was injured in the bombing raid, said that he had been a drug dealer until he met a man in Milan who revived his faith and encouraged him to attend a training camp in Afghanistan.
19 The last two prisoners to be discussed in connection with Tora Bora are Fouad al-Rabia, a 42-year-old Kuwaiti, and Mahrar alQuwari, a 36-year-old Palestinian (who was cleared for release in 2007). Married with four children, al-Rabia, who had been working for Kuwait Airways as an engineer since he was 21, explained that he regularly did relief work in his spare time, and was approached Worthington 01 chap01 36 31/7/07 11:37:09 TORA BORA 37 one day, at a health club that he part-owned, by a member who told him about Afghanistan’s problems and asked him to visit to see for himself.