Iranian Quds force plot busted in Kenya, two spies arrested

CBS News:
Two Kenyans in police custody have admitted assisting Iranian state intelligence to plot attacks on western targets in Kenya, Kenya's police chief said Saturday.

Abubakar Sadiq Louw, 69, and Yassin Sambai Juma, 25, confessed to being spies for Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guards Quds Force, an elite and secretive unit, Joseph Boinnet said.

"We have irrefutable evidence that they have been recruiting into an Iranian spying ring. The mission of that ring was to mount terror attacks in this city not only targeting western interest but our interests as well," Boinnet said.

He said that the two had made several trips to Iran and had been given money by their handlers to case their targets for future terror attacks and to recruit others, including children. He declined to say which western targets were being surveyed.

Boinnet says Louw recruited Juma and arranged for him to travel to Iran for training. Juma was arrested on Nov. 19 on his return to Kenya.
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Kenya has been the scene of several mass murder for Allah attacks in recent years including 148 killed at a college  near the Somali border.  Iran continues to be an embarrassment for the Obama administration and its "nuclear deal" will likely fund more such operations.

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