[size=52]America’s violations reach communications...the people are threatened by espionage and liberation “Satan’s dream of heaven”[/size]
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America continues to impose its hegemony and control over all important aspects in Iraq. It does not show any interest in the sovereignty of Mesopotamia, and it throws all the laws “in the face of the wall.” It places its foot wherever it pleases and controls the situation.
The new aspect, which was controlled by the American administration, was represented by the Iraqi communications system, whether local or even military. Spying on the Iraqi people is available to it, and the ability to follow up on important figures is very simple.
Military communications represent the army's backbone and beating heart, as confirmed by the literature of military institutions, which have become a major element in developing their combat capabilities and giving commanders an accurate picture of the battlefield scene.
Security expert, retired Brigadier General Adnan Al-Kanani, revealed the way America controls the Iraqi communications system. While liberation from American restrictions is a “difficult matter,” he referred to the sensor systems.
Al-Kanani said, in an interview with the Maalouma Agency, that “the national communications system is called command and control, which is considered one of the important and sovereign systems,” pointing out that “America now controls communications, and possesses programs through which it can eavesdrop and monitor all subscribers.”
He adds, “There are what are called (voice prints) and a signal intelligence system, in addition to the presence of places that have been identified to be monitored, such as if we want to talk about the Jadriya area, in central Baghdad. Communication, whether internal or external.
The retired Brigadier General explains, “Some personalities have their voice prints extracted, and any call received from them, whether inside or outside, turns into surveillance,” pointing to “the presence of a GPS system, which determines the squareness of their presence and where they are, in addition to Any other communication at a distance of 300 meters or more may be subject to monitoring.”
Al-Kinani explains that “the command and control system was owned by the American administration directly, or through intermediaries through communication companies such as Zain, Korek, or even Asia Cell,” stressing that “this system is under close microscopic surveillance.”
He continues his speech, saying: “Freeing communications from American restrictions is difficult, and this requires the government to build a new communications system and secure it.”
The United States, from 2003 until today, has not been satisfied with what it has done towards the Iraqi people. Rather, it has tended to strike all plans that are in their interest. Any agreement that Baghdad tries to sign, with a country other than America, sees “failure” dominating it, and the reason is clear. !.
In turn, a member of the House of Representatives, Jassem Atwan, accused the Washington administration of obstructing the attempt to build a local-military communications system in Iraq, while stating the government’s position.
Atwan said, in an interview with the Maalouma Agency, that “there are obstacles and impediments placed by the Washington administration in the face of Iraq’s attempt to build a local or military communications system,” stressing that “the American side always tries to obstruct any agreements that are in the interest of Iraq.”
He points out, “The current government planned to liberate itself from all agreements signed with America, which were imposed on Iraq after the Gulf War, including exit from Chapter Seven, and liberate the country regarding choosing its military fate,” pointing out that “the government crossed this line, An agreement was concluded with countries far from Washington’s pressure.”
The member of the House of Representatives continues, “The most important agreements that Washington obstructed were its intervention in the Russian arms agreement, and how it interfered with the agreement and thwarted the contract,” adding: “There is no law that prevents Iraq from choosing the appropriate weapons for it, from any country, to defend it.” “His lands.”
American control did not stop at specific aspects. Rather, it began to impose its hegemony on simpler sectors that are said to be “sensitive” and “important” to the Iraqi state. However, it does not recognize a people who reject its existence, nor a government that tries to stand up to it, nor even a country that has never been stable. Because of her. It's over[/size]
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