Four Chinese Muslims once held at Guantanamo Bay are resettling into their new home in Bermuda.
The U.S. government says the men are not enemy combatants and the U.S. made a deal with Bermuda to except the former detainees.
The Chinese Muslims -- also know as Uighurs -- are considered terrorists by the Chinese government.
The U.S. refuses to give the men back to the Chinese over fears the men will be tortured and executed.
Officials also say plans are under way to transfer the remaining Uighurs at Gitmo to Palau -- a small island in the Pacific.