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Mohammed Abdi Ali Sentenced to 12 Years for Planning ISIS Biological Terror Attack in Kenya


A Nairobi court has sentenced Mohammed Abdi Ali, a medical doctor and ISIS terrorist, to 12 years in prison for plotting a large-scale biological terror attack in Kenya in 2016. Ali, a leader in the ISIS network, planned to use deadly anthrax bacteria, which can cause severe illness and death.

Ali was found guilty of multiple charges, including being a member of a terrorist group, organizing terrorist meetings, recruiting members for terrorism, collecting information for terrorist acts, and possessing articles for terrorism. Despite the prosecution’s request for a 22-year sentence, the court considered Ali’s eight years in custody during the trial.

During the trial, evidence revealed that Ali, while working at Wote District Hospital, was in constant communication with international terrorists through social media platforms. He played an active role in providing support and disseminating information for ISIS activities.

Ali’s sentencing highlights the serious threat of terrorism and the importance of strong counter-terrorism efforts. The court’s decision sends a clear message that such acts will not be tolerated, and those involved will be held accountable.

The acquittal of Ali’s wife, Nuseiba Mohammed Haji Osman, due to lack of evidence, underscores the complexity of prosecuting terrorism cases and the need for thorough investigations.

This case serves as a reminder of the ongoing need for vigilance and cooperation among authorities and the public to prevent terrorist activities and ensure the safety of communities.


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