The Global Intelligence Files

Hassan Chakrani, Yazan al-Saadi
In his most recent op-ed in the New York Times, Nicholas D. Kristof called talk about a military strike on Iran a consensus rather than a debate, noting that most actors believe such an attack would be “a catastrophically bad idea.” Adding to the absurd matrix of scenarios and motivations presented by pundits in the US mainstream media, here is a look at what some in the "intelligence community" think about a potential strike against Iran. Read more

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Hassan Chakrani, Yazan al-Saadi
In his most recent op-ed in the New York Times, Nicholas D. Kristof called talk about a military strike on Iran a consensus rather than a debate,...
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Yazan al-Saadi
An Israeli intelligence agent said that contrary to common belief, Israel's renowned secret service, Mossad, was "not assassinating people that easy...
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Yazan al-Saadi
US government officials requested that an American private security firm contact Syrian opposition figures in Turkey to see “how they can help in...
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Yazan al-Saadi
Stratfor emails which are part of the Global Intelligence Files release by WikiLeaks imply that the Israeli intelligence agency Mossad has...
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Yazan al-Saadi
Top Google execs, including the company’s CEO and one of Barack Obama’s major presidential campaign donors Eric Schmidt, informed the intelligence...
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Yazan al-Saadi
The emails, dated 2 May 2007, show discussions between Fred Burton, Stratfor’s vice-president of counter-terrorism, and analysts in regards to the...
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Yazan al-Saadi
While publicly underplaying the significance of WikiLeaks activity in combating government secrecy, senior execs and analysts at private US...
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Yazan al-Saadi
The leak of over five million emails from the US-based intelligence firm Stratfor, including information about credit card details, passwords, and...
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