Kenya official: Iranian agents planned attack against Israeli, U.S. targets


Keyan officials say Ahmad Abolfathi Mohammad, Sayed Mansour, who were arrested with 15 kilograms of explosives, are members of the elite unit of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards.

By The Associated Press | Jul.02, 2012 | 8:42 PM |  3
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A Kenyan policewoman escorting two Iranian nationals Sayed Mansour Mousavi, left, and Ahmed Abolfathi Mohammed, right, in the Nairobi magistrate court in Nairobi, Kenya, Wednesday, June. 27, 2012. Photo by AP

Officials in Kenya said on Monday that two Iranian agents arrested with explosives planned to attack Israeli, American, British or Saudi Arabian targets inside Kenya.

The officials said that the plot appears to fit into a global pattern of attacks or attempted attacks by Iranian agents, mostly against Israeli interests.

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2 Replies to “Kenya official: Iranian agents planned attack against Israeli, U.S. targets”

  1. I bet these poor fellas were child soldiers once like that famous Canadian fella down in the Allahmo there. I bet they feel extra insulted having an abd woman in power over them. They should martyr each other in shame.

  2. “One official said the Iranians are members of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps Quds Force, an elite and secretive unit.”

    Sounds impressive. But then you realize that they are Muslims. In the West they might qualify to scrub floors at Arbys after hours with supervision. Muslims pose no threat of benefit to the West.

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