Iranians filmed Israeli embassy in Nairobi to prepare for terror attack

Two Iranian citizens are being charged for filming the Israeli embassy in Nairobi in order to prepare for a terror attack, according to the indictment filed at the local court. The two terrorists work at the Iranian embassy and were caught two months ago in one of the Iranian embassy’s official vehicle’s. Their local driver was also arrested.
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Two Iranian citizens are being charged for planning on carrying out a terror attack, according to the indictment filed today (Thursday) in Kenya. A Kenyan citizen, Moses Kaya Mabugeh, who served as the Iranian Embassy’s driver was also arrested along with the two Iranians.

The indictment states that Said Nasrallah Ibrahimi and Abdul-Hussein Goleh Safafa, the two Iranian citizens who work at the Iranian embassy in Nairobi, Kenya, were caught filming videos of the Israeli embassy that they would use for terror attacks.

On Tuesday, the three men were located in a vehicle belonging to the Iranian embassy and were suspected of gathering intelligence prior to carrying out a terror attack against the Israeli embassy. The Iranian embassy in Kenya refused to comment on the matter.

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