"Five Eyes" is the name of the joint intelligence network of five countries, which are the UK, the U.S., Canada, Australia and New Zealand. The beginning of the network dates to the UKUSA, an agreement to share intelligence signed between the UK and the U.S. in March 1946. Founded by the U.S. and the UK, UKUSA was transformed into the "Five Eyes" alliance by including the British Commonwealth members Canada, Australia and New Zealand over the following years. Thus, the foundation for a giant intelligence network which monitors the communication traffic in all continents from five different points and shares this information with the allied countries was laid.
Daily Arabic language political newspaper based in Baghdad, Al Mada newspaper is independent and one of the mostly read publication of Iraq. Al Mada newspaper published Harun Yahya’s article.