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ISIS Recruiter gets 12 years in Kenya

NAIROBI (SD) -The Kenyan government has sentenced Mohamed Abdi Ali, also known as Abu Fidaa and Abu Shuhadaa, to 12 years in prison for his involvement with the terrorist group ISIS.

This individual was arrested in 2016 and has been awaiting trial since then. The Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions in Kenya issued a statement saying that the accused was found guilty of recruiting members for ISIS.

The prosecution had previously requested a sentence of up to 90 years due to the severity of the charges and the potential impact on Kenya’s security.

Kenya has asserted its position as a leading power in the region in combating terrorism, stating that it supports countries like Somalia in their fight against terrorist groups such as Al-Shabaab.

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