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    Al-Sudani’s Military Secretary: An official exploits the state’s capabilities for eavesdropping and

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    Post by Rocky Tue 01 Nov 2022, 9:08 am

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    The Secretary of the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Lieutenant-General Saad Muzher Al-Alaq, spoke on Tuesday about "piracy and wiretapping targeting personal freedoms", carried out by "an unreliable official who exploits government technical capabilities for personal interests."

    Al-Alaq wrote on his documented page on Facebook, and IQ News followed him: “The operations of implants, eavesdropping, and digital piracy that target personal rights and freedoms out of revenge, reflect a crisis of morals, honor and culture, and reflect a disgusting scene of an untrusted official when he exploits the government’s technical capabilities for personal interests.”

    Lieutenant-General Saad Al-Alaq assumed his new position after the government of Muhammad Shia Al-Sudani won the confidence of Parliament last week, and before him he held the position of President of the Defense University for Military Sciences in Baghdad.

    A few months ago, there was widespread talk in the Iraqi media about wiretapping operations for political purposes, after leaked recordings attributed to the leader of the State of Law coalition, Nuri al-Maliki, which included talk about preparing to confront the Sadrist movement and its leader Muqtada al-Sadr militarily.

    Al-Maliki's office denied the authenticity of the recordings attributed to him, and the latter had appeared before a court in Baghdad to testify a few days ago.

    After the publication of these recordings, social media circulated recorded phone calls attributed to leaders in the Sadrist movement, who spoke about severe differences in views within the movement regarding al-Sadr’s position on the political crisis that Iraq witnessed after the parliamentary elections in October 2021, which ended with the resignation of the Sadrist bloc (73). deputy) from Parliament, and the formation of the "coordinating framework" that includes Shiite forces, the new government.
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    Subsequently, recordings attributed to resigned MPs were circulated, including talk about sexual issues.
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