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Cablegate: Response to Request for Human Rights Vetting Of

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DE RUEHC #3983 1651541
ZNR UUUUU ZZH
P R 131532Z JUN 08
FM SECSTATE WASHDC
TO RUEHJM/AMCONSUL JERUSALEM PRIORITY 2863
INFO RUEHTV/AMEMBASSY TEL AVIV 4581

UNCLAS STATE 063983

SENSITIVE
SIPDIS

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: ASEC KPAL PHUM IS
SUBJECT: RESPONSE TO REQUEST FOR HUMAN RIGHTS VETTING OF
PA SECURITY TRAINEES

REF: JERUSALEM 00868

1. The Department of State has reviewed its files and
finds that as of June 3, 2008, it possesses no credible
information of gross violations of human rights by the
security officers listed below.

Mujahid M H Rabaia 02 Jul 1970 Maythalun Police

Wasim M M al-Jayusi 04 Jul 1950 Tulkarm
Police

Nimar A H Banishamsa 16 Oct 1986 Nablus PG
Jihad G M Awlademhmed 29 May 1983 Hebron PG
Iyad J Z Abufarha 17 Oct 1985 Jordan PG
Rida B R Abu Salama 30 Jun 1981 Jenin PG
Naseer K M Abd 29 Jan 1985 Kuwait PG
Khalid N A Abdallah 27 Jun 1982 Saudi Arabia PG
Yusif A Y Qrariya 10 Apr 1985 Jenin PG
Mutasim M S Abumwis 08 Jan 1986 Jenin PG
Nasry N S Amarna 12 Dec 1985 Zarda PG
Ali M H Abd al-Khalil 02 Jun 1982 Tequa PG
Abd al-Rahman F A Ballal 01Jan 1984 Yatta PG
Tahir M A Wishah 21 Apr 1985 Jordan PG
Murad A A Abu Hadrus 01 Oct 1984 Askar/Nablus PG
Tariq N K Qandil 19 Feb 1986 Nablus PG
Rami B H Juma 29 Apr 1985 Kafr Kadm
PG
Fakhir K M Arar 25 Aug 1981 Jordan PG
Muhanad A H Derawsha 30 Sep 1987 Nablus PG
Ahmad A M Abu Bakr 24 Jan 1986 Ya'bad
PG
Salah M G Frihat 07 Jul 1987 Al-Yamun PG
Muhammed H M Suboh 16 May 1987 Nablus PG
Qais M H Abdallah 11 Nov 1986 Nablus PG
Muhammed A I Abu Hadid 06 Aug 1987 Thnabah PG
Muhammed S F Jamal 15 Dec 1984 Zabbuba PG
Mahmud A J Tubasi 12 Jan 1980 Tamun PG
Muhammed I M Akhras 25 Sep 1964 Gaza PG
Muhammed A H Wishah 01 Jan 1963 Jericho PG
Samr K M E,Uemer 02 Jan 1972 Syria PG
Husam Y A al-Ahamm 10 Nov 1972 Jordan PG
Ihab A A al-Zughayyar 01 Jan 1974 Jordan PG
Mahir Z M Sadiq 16 Aug 1982 Nablus PG
Mu,mim M M Khluf 09 Aug 1982 Jenin PG


2. Washington searches presented hits on the following
individual and Washington has shared this information with
Post. Post will follow up on the
information to confirm if this is the same individual. If
Post finds information to exonerate him, he will be able to
participate in subsequent training iterations.

Ghassan N H Muhammad 01 Sep 1965 Kuwait PG

3. Post is permitted to provide the following statement
to authorized parties: Consulate in Jerusalem verifies
that the Department of State possesses no credible
information of gross violations of human rights by the
security officers identified in paragraph 1 above, as of
this date. Post may cite this cable in response.

4. If in the future Post becomes aware of possible human
rights violation by the individuals listed above, Post
should inform the Department and not proceed with the
training.

5. Point of contact at the Department is Kurt Medland,
NEA/IPA, 202-647-2647.
RICE

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