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Violation of the sovereignty and rights of afghan citizens by America
Violation of the sovereignty and rights of afghan citizens by America

According to news reports, America's national security agency within one month, 21.98 million telephone calls in Afghanistan, has tapped in to the hidden meaning of a telephone call has been spying on the people of Afghanistan. Although earlier reports on the rise in Afghanistan was that it spy western countries including Britain's decision to increase the intelligence was,However, the Afghan spy telephone conversations, violating the sovereignty of the country and lack of social security implies.

Signs of intelligence in Afghanistan, America and the West are highlighted each day. Apparently the West in recent years to control its policies on citizens of other countries has made. Control authorities and citizens of many countries are spying on America is disclosed. But spy on phone calls of afghan citizens will arouse the wrath of the nation. The Obama administration's approach will lead to cost America a lot in Afghanistan. The starting point for extensive monitoring violated the people's sovereignty and independence and invasion of privacy and violation of social and individual freedom and personal rights form. The idea that America's military and intelligence agencies have full control over the lives of Afghan citizens, them as potential suspects, and thus take measures to prevent future violence, it is arbitrary and is considered an invasion of privacy, it's from a country America's national security apparatus with the realization that more interventionist and anti Mvkratyk growing increasingly out of control that has been missing so far.these are citizens who opposed their governments response to espy them, their stance, a claim that the protests started in many European countries and America. We have seen that the government violated the right to privacy in America and diplomatic measures afghan will react or no?

Although spies citizens will only cause confusion and claims against the U.S government does not have any contribution to international security: because if it was, tapped phone conversation of citizens and citizens of many countries, particularly Afghanistan and Pakistan, it has so far failed to find the location of Taliban leader Mullah Omar is not? Despite the improvements in the incredible miracle of intelligence, but intelligence of society is extremely vulnerable up to now. Another example is the cold war years, the only two countries, namely the United States of America and the Soviet Union had nuclear weapons, but in the twenty-first century, the number of countries with nuclear weapons is probably more than 10 countries. A 1999 report to congress made clear that America proliferation of nuclear weapon and their proliferation a threat to America, its military and its vital interest abroad. The report calls for a new strategy that aims not only to prevent espionage, but champion with all aspects of nuclear proliferation. One author failures in the September 11, 2001, terrorists hijacked a plane and crashed into the world trade center in New York, the pentagon in Washington.CD. Beating and killing thousands.. Terrorists live in the cities of United States of America, the attacks had been preparing for months, but the info America any news about the method, and timing or location of the attack plan was not provided. Yet there's no denying the success of information systems. But what spy on citizens of countries around the morality and dignity of diplomatic, and invasion of privacy and the entrance to the sovereignty of the people that the government should explicitly state of America is responding to this demand.

By: jawad sarwary

Interpreter: najia razawi

LINK: http://ansarpress.com/english/1107






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