Mahmud Sadik Wikipedia
Mahmud Sadik is a citizen of Afghanistan who was held in the United States Guantanamo Bay detention camps, in Cuba. His Guantanamo Internment Serial Number was 512.
On June 15, 2008 the McClatchy News Service published a series of articles based on interviews with 66 former Guantanamo captives. Mohammed Saduq was one of the former captives who had an article profiling him.
Mohammed Saduq reported he was captured in his home in Chaman, not on a battlefield.
His capture didn't surprise him because as the director of an orphanage, he was a civil servant appointed by the Taliban. The McClatchy article reported that the Tahia Maskan orphanage he directed:
According to the first governor of Helmand Province appointed by Hamid Karzai, Shir Mohammed, stated Mohammed Saduq
Mohammed Saduq reported being beaten by guards in the Kandahar detention facility and the Bagram Theater internment facility, but not by his interrogators. He described conditions in these camps as primitive.
Mohammed Saduq acknowledged to his interrogators that he had met Mullah Mohammed Omar, and much of his interrogations focussed around these brief meetings.
According to the McClatchy interviewer Mohammed Saduq hopes the Taliban retake Afghanistan.
During the Soviet occupation of Afghanistan Mohammed Saduq commanded Abdul Salam Zaeef, who was later to rise be the Taliban's ambassador to Pakistan. Saduq said that when he re-encountered Zaeef in Guantanamo his health seemed frail.