Our "partner" in the war on terrorism, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, has released 15-hundred al Qaeda operatives after they pledged to not conduct terror attacks on the Arabian Peninsula.
Assuming that they can be trusted to uphold their promises, that does little to calm the fears of people living elsewhere, who, presumably, could be targeted by these jihadists without fear of retribution from the government that freed them.
The relationship with the Saudis is all smoke and mirrors anyway. We've previously discussed how the KSA is a major funder of terrorism around the world. And how the bulk of the so-called insurgency in Iraq is comprised of Saudi subjects.
This release of al Qaeda members should probably come as no shock. But for some reason, it does.