Informed sources: social networking sites Square U.S. intelligence in Iraq
Baghdad / Orr News
According to informed sources that there are cells of intelligence work for the CIA in Iraq, and they are focusing on areas of cooperation and informational exchange by means of modern communication, the most important characteristics of the Internet and different.
The failed U.S. Embassy in Iraq to comment on this topic, initiated by Prime Minister's Office to deny the subject and confirm the independence of the Iraqi government and control over every aspect of the country, and that any work of this kind to America and the other will be in terms of dealing with spies, according to Iraqi law.
But sources confirm that the CIA is working through this period, the project will continue until the year 2018 for the development of communities social networking be influential, powerful, and building communication networks social influential and effective to have a larger role in the transfer of information and influence in political decision-making of Iraq and the impact on the political situation in year.
The sources pointed out that such a step-like step you are working on Qatar in some Arab countries through the money spent on training and capacity building for youth and adolescents in the areas of blogging, the Internet and social networking to create effects similar to the effects of revolutions Facebook in Egypt and Tunisia.
The newspaper "Washington Post" quoted security sources in Washington expected to retain the Central Intelligence Agency "CIA" and the existence of a large series in Iraq and Afghanistan for a long time to ensure that the interests of the United States in dangerous places.
The news reports indicated Cells of female intelligence for the benefit of U.S. intelligence work in Iraq, according to information found in one of the sites vacated by U.S. forces in Iraq after the withdrawal. The American newspaper published similar information and confirmed that there are cells operating in Iraq intelligence component of the Iraqis and foreigners as well.
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