News i Agency – French Security Summit on Pegasus spy’s Zionist software

According to News i Agency’s International Group, French government spokesman Gabriel Atal announced today (Thursday) that French President Emmanuel Macron will meet today with the French Defense Council to discuss the Pegasus Zionist spy and cyber security issues.

Various media outlets, including the Washington Post, Le Monde, the Guardian, and several other sources, recently revealed that a Zionist spy named Pegasus had been sold to some countries, including Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, for Phone hacking of several important personalities has been used worldwide.

The Washington Post, one of the media outlets involved in the study, reported that the Pegasus spy was licensed by the NSO based in occupied Palestine to target cell phones belonging to two women close to Jamal Khashgechi, a former columnist. The newspaper is used; Khashkchi, who was assassinated by Saudi agents at the Riyadh consulate in Istanbul, is still unaccounted for.

According to French media reports, a spokesman for the French government has announced that Macron’s emergency meeting with the defense committee today will focus on Pegasus and cybersecurity, and as reported by AFP, the president himself France Apparently, he was one of the people who was targeted by the Zionist spy device Pegasus.

The meeting comes as some Western media reported yesterday (Wednesday) that French President Emmanuel Macron was also one of the victims of the Zionist spy. However, French intelligence agencies are said to have warned Macron; But the French president did not take the warnings seriously.

On the other hand, it appears that some high-ranking Iraqi religious, political and military figures have been targeted by the Zionist spy, as reports indicate.

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