The court order was released after the Kenyan prosecution and the Iranian Embassy in Kenya reached a mutual agreement in regard to the completion of the criminal process against the two Iranians.
They were then accused of gathering information in order to plan and carry out a terror attack.
Sayed Nasrollah Ebrahimi, Abdolhosein Ghola Safafe and driver Moses Keyah Mmboga “were found taking video clips of the Israeli embassy … for the use in the commission of a terrorist act,” according to a court indictment.
This is not the first time Kenyan courts have accused Iranian citizen of planning to execute terror attacks.
In 2013, authorities indicted two Iranian citizens who had planned several terror attacks against Western targets in Kenya. They were sentenced to serve a lifetime in jail. Their punishment was later reduced to 15 years of imprisonment.