A report reveal French President Nicolas Sarkozy worked long years as an asset for Israeli intelligence long before he was elected president.
French daily Le Figaro said last week the French leader once worked for the Zionist regime as a sayan -Hebrew for helper.
Ex-Mossad agent Victor Ostrovsky says sayans, who perform many roles, are Jewish citizens of other nationalities assisting Mossad.
Le Figaro claimed even before the presidential election, French police officials managed to keep secret a letter, which exposed Sarkozy’s past participation in espionage activities on behalf of Mossad.
The letter fixed Sarkozy’s alleged spying activities as far back as 1983.
In the immediate aftermath of Le Figaro’s exposé, the Zionist regime’s Prime Minister Ehud Olmert was on a state visit to France to discuss Iran’s nuclear program, which raised more questions about the report.
Analysts believe since Sarkozy took office in May, he has taken every opportunity to pledge his allegiance to the United States and the Zionist regime.
“Sarko the Sayan” has also followed in the footsteps of the White House by choosing a hostile approach toward Iran and its peaceful nuclear activities.