Uhh,... okay then. From the BBC
The authorities in the tiny state of Bahrain have released without charge six men seized on Tuesday on suspicion of planning to commit "dangerous acts".
Attorney General Sharif Shadi announced the move after a 45-minute hearing. He gave no details. The men are reported to belong to the strict Salafi movement - a branch of the Wahhabi sect. Some of them had previously been held - and released - for allegedly being linked to al-Qaeda, their lawyer said.
"They can all go home. They are no charges against them," said Mr Shadi, announcing the move. Defence lawyer Abdulla Hashim said: "No weapons and no dangerous materials were found either in their own homes or those of their friends or relatives." Bassam al-Ali, Bassam Bukhowa, Yasser and Omar Kamal and Mohedin and Ali Khan were arrested in a pre-dawn raid on Tuesday. (Continued)