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Topic - Hassan Yousef
On June 30 of this year, Mosab Hassan Yousef was granted asylum here in the United States. This decision had hung in the balance for the past three years during which time he had applied for and been denied political asylum. After all, Mosab is a son of Sheik Hassan Yousef, one of seven founders and a leader of Hamas.
An immigration judge tentatively granted asylum Wednesday to the son of a Hamas founder who turned his back on his father's terrorist group and became a spy for Israel.
The man who turned on his father, a founder of the Palestinian terrorist group Hamas, and then spied against the organization for Israel won an immigration case Wednesday that will allow him to avoid deportation and stay in the United States.
The son of the founder of Hamas has not only turned on the organization but on the faith of Islam.
Asked if the rallies could turn violent, Mr. Yousef warned of increasing frustrations.
he told an Israeli TV station that the Palestinians were planning demonstrations to support their quest for U.N. endorsement of a Palestinian state after the General Assembly convenes in late September.