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Kenyan Muslims decry ‘sordid’ rendition program
Kenyan police arrested scores of people on the Somali border in January and February after an Islamic Courts movement was chased out of Mogadishu by Somali government forces and Ethiopian tanks, troops and warplanes.
Human rights groups say the captives came from 18 countries, including Britain and the United States, and were subjected to a secret detention program that could erode international support for the U.S. war on terrorism.
“We’ve tried to trail them to date but it has been difficult,” Al-Amin Kimathi, chairman of Kenya’s Muslim Human Rights Forum, said of the detainees.
“There is a big veil of silence and secrecy over this issue. We want this sordid business sorted out.”
Kenya’s government had no immediate comment on the matter.
Human rights groups say dozens of suspects were flown from Kenya to the Somali capital in shackles, and some were then transferred to Addis Ababa.
Some were questioned in Kenya and Ethiopia by intelligence officials from several nations, including the United States.