Hawsawi told his CSRT that he attended the Al Qaeda training camp Al Farouq.
Hawsawi’s DAB says that he supported the movement and funding of the 9/11 highjackers in the United States.
According to the unclassified summary of the evidence against Hawsawi presented at his CSRT, three 9/11 highjackers sent Hawsawi around 18 thousand dollars between September 9 and September 11, 2001.
Hawsawi told his CSRT that he received the money that was mentioned in the unclassified summary. He said he did not know why they sent him the money. Hawsawi said he did not send the 9/11 highjackers money prior to 9/11.
A computer said to be associated with Hawsawi contained a list of Al Qaeda members who were killed or wounded. The computer also contained detailed Al Qaeda expense reports for the year 2002.
Hawsawi said that the computer had files copied from other computers used by him and other occupants of a safe house in order to make it easier to transport the information. He said he had not seen the expense reports before. He said that the list of dead and wounded was downloaded from the internet and included information on all people who were killed or wounded, not just those from Al Qaeda.
Hawsawi was captured by Pakistani forces with KSM on March 1, 2003.
He has been charged for his alleged role in the 9/11 attacks. The pretrial hearings in his case are currently underway.