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By John R. Bolton
The president fiddles at his domestic altar while the world burns
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Ahmad Abolfathi Mohammad
NAIROBI, KENYA | Two Iranians who led authorities to a cache of explosives after their arrest planned to attack Israeli, U.S., British or Saudi targets inside Kenya, officials told the Associated Press on Monday.
A surgeon said a 3-year-old South African girl who received a cloned skin transplant is likely to be discharged from the hospital next week.
The two suspects - Ahmad Abolfathi Mohammad and Sayed Mansour Mousavi - appeared in a Kenyan court last week, where Mr. Mohammad said he had been interrogated by Israeli agents.
Mr. Mohammad on Wednesday said the two were interrogated by Israeli agents, a claim that, if true, would suggest security officials think the Iranians might have been targeting an Israeli-owned property.