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English: Jerusalem 3239 is a cable message sent in November 1978 from the United States Consulate General in Jerusalem to the United States Department of State in Washington, D.C., reporting abusive methods allegedly used systematically by Israeli authorities to interrogate Palestinian detainees in Jerusalem and the West Bank. Originally classified "secret," the cable was declassified in 2008 and released in full (except for captions) in 2009 pursuant to a Freedom of Information Act request.
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Source United States Department of State
Author Alexandra Uteev Johnson

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