Is the action by a Saudi minister to sponsor the weddings of five Saudi nationals who were released from the American detention centre in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, is a genuine attempt to rehabilitate the terrorists or an instance of glamorising the terrorists. The Saudi Arabia assistant minister of interior for security affairs, Prince Mohammad Bin Naif Bin Abdul Aziz also said that he would give the former US terror suspects a monthly salary bonus once they had completed their studies, according to a report in the Arabic language paper Al Riyadh. The prince recently met all five men who were arrested by US agents in Afghanistan and detained. The decision to provide these men with bonuses is part of the prince’s plan to support and ensure a smooth re-entry into society for the former inmates and to try and deter them for any further involvement with terrorist groups. There are more than 560 prisoners in the detantion centre known as Camp X-ray, of whom 121 are Saudis, captured in Afghanistan after the fall of the Taliban regime and accused of being linked to al-Qaeda, whose leader, Osama bin Laden, was a Saudi national until the 1990s, when he was stripped of his citizenship.