July 26, 2010 by staff
Wikileaks Afghanistan, Wikileaks has published more than 90,000 U.S. military and diplomatic reports about the war in Afghanistan, but they reveal more than we know?
The site “whistle-blower, WikiLeaks.org founder, Julian Assange says the military’s own site contains raw data about the war, including numbers of deaths, injuries and reports of threat.
On Monday, the newspaper said The Beast: The long version of thousands of secret files and unsustainable shows basic contradictions in U.S. policy, said Leslie H. Gelb, and underscores why the administration needs to reconsider its policy of Af-Pak.
Leslie H. Gelb wrote in his opinion column in The Daily Beast: What does the secret documents released by Wikileaks tell us about U.S. politics to Afghanistan and Pakistan? You have to say immediately that tells us nothing important that did not already know. There has been “informed” of years stories detailing how the Pakistani military intelligence has been providing weapons, money and intelligence to the Afghan Taliban, which in turn have been killing American soldiers.
What is Wikileaks?
Wikileaks is a nonprofit site that publishes and comments on leaked documents that support the government and corporate misconduct. Founded in December 2006, Wikileaks has been exposed to information such as internal notes on the dumping of toxic materials from the African coast, and the manual for U.S. troops to operate from its prison in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
The Wikileaks site is in any case, getting a massive amount of attention since the publication of the war in Afghanistan, reports the Sunday.
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