WikiLeaks' CIA Document Mentions Jewish Acts of Terrorism in West Bank

Recently released paper cited Jewish acts of terrorism in the West Bank in its analysis of whether the United States is an exporter of terrorism.

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A recent CIA paper cited Jewish acts of terrorism in the West Bank in its analysis of whether the United States is an exporter of terrorism.

A Palestinian protester throws stones at Israeli troops, during a protest against Israel's separation fence in the West Bank village of Bilin on Aug. 6, 2010.Credit: AP

The papers were released by the whistleblower website WikiLeaks Wednesday. They were classified under the relatively low-grade secret.

The documents analyze U.S.-backed Jewish, Muslim and Irish terrorist attacks. They conclude that international perceptions that the United States is an exporter of terrorism may lead to foreign countries non-cooperation in anti-terrorism operations and less willingness to share relevant intelligence. Those perceptions could even lead to the arrest of CIA or other American agents overseas, according to the documents.

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