Minister of Labor and Social Affairs Abdella Hassan of Ethiopia

Joint Task Force Guantanamo counter-terrorism analysts reports that Hassan was born on June 26, 1979, in Aden, Yemen.
When Hassan was informed of the President's decision he replied that he was only in Pakistan for seven months, because he was then captured.
Hassan said the allegation that he would follow a fatwa had no foundation.
He remembers his interrogators asking whether a tribal member would follow his tribal leader's orders to fight, that he answered, in theory, that those who lived in a tribal area were ordered they would obey -- but this statement did not apply to him.
Hassan was asked by the Tribunal if he had his passport with him, when he was captured.
According to the study entitled, No-hearing hearings, Emad Abdalla Hassan was an example of a captive who was arbitrarily denied the opportunity to present exculpatory documents to his Tribunal.
Hassan is also a model of loyalty.
And we learn that Hassan and his wife die because Hassan is unwilling to surrender Amir's family property (which he has become a steward of in Amir's absence.
Amir and Hassan are inseparable boyhood friends in Afghanistan during the '70s, even though Amir is the son of a wealthy businessman and Hassan is the son of a servant.
They especially love to enter kite-flying contests in which Amir takes the lead and Hassan is his second in command, also known as a “kite runner” since he chases down the ones that get “cut” and set loose.
Hassan is the best kite runner in the neighborhood, correctly predicting when a kite will return to earth and waiting there to retrieve it.
Amir feels so guilty about Hassan that his feelings transform into anger, and he tries insulting his friend, even throwing ripe fruit at him, but Hassan is impassive.
Amir then learns that Hassan was really his half-brother, and thus the orphaned child is his nephew.
And it doesn't help that Hassan is also a superb kite runner.
All these qualities are put to a test when Hassan is raped by a trio of local bullies.
Boyhood friends Amir (Zekeria Ebrahimi) and Hassan (Ahmad Khan Mahmidzada) are inseparable despite their class differences - Amir is the son of a wealthy landowner and Hassan is the son of a servant.
As children, Amir and Hassan enjoyed a happy friendship while flying kites until Hassan was raped by older bullies.
Hassan married Ehsan Aly Ibrahim Soliman Ibrahim Abdalla El Sheikh, daughter of Aly Ibrahim Soliman Ibrahim Abdalla Aly El Sheikh and Wahiba Mohamed Soliman Ibrahim El Sheikh.
El Hassan has succeeded in a good organization and a good improvization to realize a successful meeting has impressed me.
Such as his restrained nature in the scene in which Rahim Khan tells Amir that Hassan is dead.
Amir is the son of an affluent widower named Baba (A Taste of Cherry's Homayoun Ershadi), and Hassan is the son of their servant Ali (Nabi Tanha.
And while the two boys get along like brothers, there is still a hint of the class division between them, as Hassan expresses unfailing loyalty to Amir, and Amir promises not to abuse that trust.
Hassan is so loyal, in fact, that he defends Amir from the taunts of their playmates even when Amir will not defend himself, and Amir's seeming weakness becomes a matter of concern for his father, who declares, "A boy who won't stand up for himself becomes a man who won't stand up for anything.