Originally Posted by Thomas
OK, but those are mere speculations. As you know, for the Quds forces, direct bomb planting operations hasn't been defined as their job. Also, if Iran is looking for operational security and doesn't trust her proxies, they could make a new branch of the IRGC for that. Hizbullah, as an Iranian proxy, used to do bomb planting operations in 1980s' at the time of the Iraq-Iran war, but even Hizbullah hasn't been doing that for a long time after 1990's I guess.
There is very little rational arguments to believe that Quds forces are changing the nature of their operations now. If you read about the history of Quds forces activities, you know that they have never been involved directly, instead they have trained Kurds in Iraq to fight against Saddam during the war, they have helped Afghan insurgents to fight against the soviets, they have helped Hizbullah to fight against Israel in 2006, or missions of that type. I'm not even sure if Kenya falls within the territories that Quds forces are active in there as Iran has no interests in Kenya whatsoever.