July 21, 2006Foreign AffairsSecurity

Kenyan coincidence

Suspected and found

This is an archived blog post from The Acorn.

Three days ago a speculative report in the Hindustan Times suggested that the Abdul Karim Tunda’ faction of the Lashkar-e-Taiba could have carried out the July 11th attacks on Mumbai. Tunda was known to operate out of Bangladesh and Pakistan. But he evaded capture for years.

Today, Kenyan police arrested him in Mombasa.

Coincidences of this kind, shall we say, are not routine.



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