By Iran Probe Staff
Friday, 6 July 2018
A group of Iranian terrorists are alleged to have sneaked into East Africa to try and free terrorism convicts jailed in Kenya, according to the Kenyans website.
Kenyan security forces are said to be on high alert after learning of the plot. The two were arrested in Nairobi with explosive substances in 2012.
According to a report by The Star, intelligence shared with Kenyan authorities claim the operatives are suspected to be members of the Iranian regime’s Quds Force.
The two were first sentenced to life imprisonment, but then their sentence plummeted to 15 years in prison.
The Iranian regime has a long history of terrorism in other countries.
Also last week, police in Belgium, France, and Germany arrested several of the Iranian regime's terrorists who were planning to bomb in Iran’s opposition annual rally in Paris. An Iranian diplomat Iranian regime is among those arrested.