Kenya Army Foils Mpeketoni Anniversary Al-Shabaab Terror Attack In Lamu Kenya, 11 Terrorists & 2 Soldiers Killed
ICC Note: Kenyan defense forces raided an al-Shabaab camp on Sunday, killing 11 Islamic terrorists and reportedly foiling assaults planned for the anniversary of the Mpeketoni attacks, which killed 60 people, including many Christians in June 2014. Al-Shabaab was also responsible for the attack on Garissa University College on April 2 that killed 148 people where Christians were targeted and Muslims let go. The group has also expressed its intention to kill “nonbelievers” or Christians and other non-Muslims at the commencement of the Muslim season of Ramadan.
By David Goldman
6/15/15 Kenya (Intelligence Briefs) – Kenya’s Directorate of Military Intelligence and the Country Intelligence service confirm that a Contingent of Kenya Defense Forces on Sunday Morning, of 14th June 2015, raided a terrorist camp near Kiunga, a frontier-border point in Kenya, killing 11 terrorists from the Somali based terror group Harakat Al Shabaab Al Mujahideen who were planning attacks on the Mpeketoni Terror Attack Anniversary.
The intelligence reports show that a Group of 100 militants had amassed in the forests and were in the final stages of making their movements into Lamu to conduct terror attacks in Lamu County of Kenya.
The militants who included a dozen White men were targeting the Mpeketoni Terror Attack Anniversary. Directorate of Military Intelligence reports confirm presence of several foreign fighters in the group and some may have been killed.