Five individuals who were released from Iran in a prisoner swap deal with the US have arrived on American soil. This exchange took place after President Joe Biden agreed to unfreeze nearly $6 billion in Iranian assets. Among the freed prisoners is Morad Tahbaz, a conservationist with citizenship in the UK, US, and Iran, as well as businessmen Siamak Namazi and Emad Sharghi, who hold dual US-Iranian nationality. They tearfully reunited with loved ones at Fort Belvoir in Virginia, with applause and cheers from the crowd. The prisoners expressed their relief and happiness, calling it the end of a nightmare. The identities of the other two prisoners have not been disclosed. The swap also includes the release of five Iranian nationals held in the US, which the White House assures does not threaten national security. The deal has garnered praise from the families of the prisoners but has also sparked political controversy and criticism.