U.S. sources reveal the CIA gather information for air strikes against Daash

U.S. sources reveal the CIA gather information for air strikes against Daash

18/06/2014 17:40

US sources reveal the CIA gather information for air strikes against DaashFollow-up – and babysit –
Revealed the news agency the U.S., on Wednesday, for the collection and CIA agencies espionage Other intelligence information to help implement any military action possible against (Daash) in Iraq, and with Benoit, the lack of intelligence and clear is Obama’s plan air strikes in Iraq, swung to befriends President Obama finally launched air strikes if provide accurate information about the targets to be hit.

The Associated Press U.S. in a report: “The U.S. intelligence agency the CIA as well as the agencies espionage Other working hard to gather enough intelligence task of helping to carry out any action possible military or covert operations directed against the leaders Daash who took control of large tracts of land inside Iraq and are now preparing for the threat of Baghdad “.

The agency said the U.S. “appears to be a lack of intelligence and a clear focus has changed from the current President Barack Obama, away from air strikes in Iraq because officials say that there are no clear goals, but a little.”

The agency quoted U.S. officials as saying “so far has not taken final decisions,” Marjaheen that “endorse President Obama in the end to air strikes if provide accurate information about the targets to be hit.”

The agency quoted U.S. intelligence officials as saying that “intelligence analysts the U.S. are now seeking to trace the movements of leading elements of militants Daash in Iraq through the scrutiny of intelligence information that has been obtained from the intelligence services of Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and intelligence sources other, as well as intelligence information Other obtained by the CIA through its customers in addition to the information the satellites and spy drones and surveillance operations on networks handled by the U.S. National Security Agency NSA “.

The agency quoted retired Gen. Richard Zahnr and former official at the National Security Agency U.S. as saying that “it is unclear whether it will be the possibility of the CIA or the National Security Agency to locate the top leaders of the organization Daash such as the organization’s leader, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, who was freed in 2009 after spending four years in the detention center for U.S. forces in southern Iraq and is now the targets of perplexing to U.S. surveillance technology. ”

While amassing the United States efforts to collect intelligence, it faces a limited capacity to spy in the Middle East, where the U.S. troops leave Iraq in 2011 and the outbreak of civil war in Syria have changed a wide area of ‚Äč‚Äčarea attractions have become far-fetched on the movements of U.S. intelligence.

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