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US shares raw NSA data with Zionist regime


According to a newly-leaked document the administration of Barack Obama shares with Zionist regime the raw intelligence data vacuumed up by country’s National Intelligence Agency without even taking out the information about the American public and even government officials.

A copy of a top secret agreement, signed in 2009 and provided by the American whistleblower Edward Snowden, shows that the NSA “routinely” passes to its Zionist regime counterpart, the Israeli Signals-intelligence National Unit (ISNU), the vast digital data it gathers under secret court authority from US Internet providers.
Obama has previously baselessly insisted that his administration protects the privacy of American citizens by removing their names when sending NSA intercepts to other US agencies.
The document reveals Zionist regime officials can keep the data on US citizens for up to a year. They are, however, required to immediately destroy the communications of US government officials.
Former US intelligence officials say the unfiltered information could have been used by Zionist regime’s spy agencies to carry out assassinations including the killings and bombings of some Iranian scientists in past years.
A former senior NSA official speaking on condition of anonymity said “One of the biggest concerns in all intelligence sharing relationships is that the partner would use the data to take action that would result in killing somebody.”

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