Via Hot Air: Yemen, now a base for terrorist activities, has released 170 al-Qaida suspects. The suspects "signed pledges not to engage in terrorism" and now Yemen believes 100 more citizens will re-enter the country when Guantanamo Bay prison is closed.

When Said Ali al-Shihri was released from Gitmo after six years, he emerged as an al-Qaida leader in Yemen. Do the 100 Yemeni prisoners that may be released soon posess the mindset of al-Shihiri, which he shared via video recently:

"By Allah, imprisonment only increased our persistence in our principles for which we went out, did jihad for, and were imprisoned for..."



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