Manama- Three Bahraini men returned home Saturday after being released from the U.S. Navy detention facility at Guantanamo Bay, a lawmaker said.
"The three have arrived and they are at their houses," said Adel al-Moawdah, the deputy speaker of Bahrain”s parliament who has been pushing for their release.
Salman Ibrahim Al Khalifa, Abdullah Al-Noaimi and Adil Kamil Abdullah Al Haji returned Friday aboard a chartered jet from Guantanamo.
The three were arrested four years ago by Pakistani authorities and handed over to U.S. forces during the 2001 war in Afghanistan.
Al-Moawdah told The Associated Press the men were interviewed early Saturday by prosecution officials before being sent home.
"I don”t think they will be charged with anything," he said. "There is nothing to charge them with."