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پیر، 29 نومبر، 2010

US diplomats have been spying on other countries; Wikileaks documents reveal

The hacked documents claim that in 2008 the Saudi King had urged the US to attack and destroy Iran`s nuclear installations.

Newly released Wikilleaks documents show US diplomatic missions and their officials have been involved in systematic spying missions againt host countries, reports Guardian after obtaining the latest documents from whistleblower website Wikileaks.
The site claimed it has gathered more 250,000 classified US documents showing the highest levels of corruption of some US officials.  NY Times, The Guardian, Le Monde, Der Spiegel and El Pais have received these documents.
United States government officials are trying to curtail the spread of sensitive information. Washington is pressuring Sweden to arrest Wikileaks founder Julian Assange by accusing him of some unfounded charges.
‘The most controversial target was the UN leadership. That directive requested the specification of telecoms and IT systems used by top officials and their staff and details of 'private VIP networks used for official communication, to include upgrades, security measures, passwords, personal encryption keys,’ The Guardian reported.
The hacked documents claim that in 2008 the Saudi King had urged the US to attack and destroy Iran’s nuclear installations.
New York Times said the latest revelations by Wikileak are already sending shudders through the diplomatic establishment. It further noted that US will soon experience strained relations with the outside world in some unpredictable ways.
This increasingly plutocratic system that relies on lies, deceptions while being under the control of the Zionist lobby in the United States continues to exert its ominous power over the lives of 300 million Americans. It threatens other nations and at the same time faces some of the greatest challenges of its lifetime.
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