Defusing a slew of potential attacks within its borders, Saudi Arabia dismantled three cells of al Qaeda plotters, including one that consisted of 101 members, according the Agence France-Presse. The other two were each made up of six men. The militants were mostly from Saudi Arabia and Yemen, though a Somali, a Bangladeshi, and an Eritrean were also among them. Authorities seized weapons, ammunition, computers, pre-paid telephone cards and documents. The bust was the latest in a series for Saudi Arabian law enforcement over the past year in the face of unrelenting threats from al Qaeda.