The United States is Spying on its Allies Contacts: Wall Street



The Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that the United States is continuously spying on the contacts,

despite of its guarantee not to spy electronically on its allies. The Wall Street Journal indicated after a meeting with a U.S National Security Council’s spokesman that the U.S is not targeting any kind of intelligence activities in the world except the specific interest linked to the U.S national security; these conditions can be applied for ordinary citizens and world leaders. The newspaper also indicated that the U.S President Barak Obama has decided that we need to monitor some of the world leaders for our national security.

He added that these leaders include Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. It is important that the office of the Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu denied these specific comments. The newspaper also said that the U.S President Barak Obama guaranteed to decrease the spyware-mail to its allies. It was decided after the issuance of the statement by the intelligence contractor Edward Snowden that a bulk of spy-data of two years indicated that the U.S administration didn’t remove the spyware devices due to more problems of re-planted. Most of the data was not related to their close allies analyzed by the U.S National Security Agency.

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