The NEFA Foundation has released a report detailing the exploits of eleven jihadists released from Guantanamo Bay to Saudi Arabia
Of the 85 names listed by the Interior Ministry, at least eleven men now wanted by Saudi authorities are known to be former detainees at the U.S. military prison in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba who were later transferred into the custody of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Those eleven men are as follows: Saeed Ali Jabir al-Kathim al-Shehri (a.k.a. “Abu Sufyan”, “Abu Asma”); Yusuf Muhammad Mubarak al-Jebairy al-Shehri; Jabir Jubran Ali al-Faify (a.k.a. “Abu Ibrahim, “Abu Jaffar al-Ansari”); Fahd Saleh Suleiman al-Jutayli (a.k.a. “Hamza Aqeedah”); Mohammed Ateeq Owaid al- Awfi al-Harbi (a.k.a. “Abul-Hareth Mohammed al-Awfi”); Murtadha Ali Saeed Magram (a.k.a. “Abul-Baraa al-Hadrami”); Meshal Mohammed Rashid Al-Shedoky (a.k.a. Mishale Ashadouki); Adnan Muhammad Ali al-Sayegh; Ibrahim Sulaiman Mohammed ar-Rubaish (a.k.a. “Abu Mohammed”); Turki Meshawi Zayid al-Assiri (a.k.a. “Al-Mutasim al-Makki”); and, Othman Bin Ahmed Bin Othman al-Ghamdi (a.k.a. Othman al-Omairah).
I'm sure this will feed into the commission studying how to close Guantanamo.