Posted in America, Christianity, Culture, International, Islam, Media, politics, tagged Anti-Christian, Christian persecution, Christianity, International, Islam, liberal nonsense, Media, Muslim, Really ridiculous outlandish nonsense, terrorism on July 26, 2011|
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I don’t watch Bill Reilly so I missed this when it aired. However, it was brought to my attention and I’m posting it here. Thank goodness some people in the media are still interested in truth. The New York Times makes me ill.
Anyway, here is Bill Reilly of FoxNews refuting the liberal leftists immediate and very public assessment that the horrific murders in Norway were wrought by a “Christian Fundamentalist”.
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Posted in Christianity, Islam, tagged books, Christianity, Conversion, Faith, God, Islam, Jesus, politics, terrorism on February 24, 2010|
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From the London Times:
The son of one of Hamas’s founding members was a spy in the service of Israel for more than a decade, helping prevent dozens of Islamist suicide bombers from finding their targets, it emerged today.
Codenamed the Green Prince by Shin Bet, Israel’s internal security service, Mosab Hassan Yousef, the son of Hamas co-founder Sheikh Hassan Yousef, supplied key intelligence on an almost daily basis from 1996 onwards and tracked down suicide bombers and their handlers from his father’s organization, the daily Haaretz said.
Information he supplied led to the arrests of some of the most wanted men by Israeli forces, including Marwan Barghouti, a Fatah leader often tipped as a potential president who was convicted of masterminding terrorist attacks, and one of Hamas’ top bomb-makers Abdullah Barghouti, who is no relation of the jailed Fatah chief.
Mr Yousef, a 32-year-old convert to Christianity who now lives in California, has revealed the intrigues of his years as a spy in a new book called Son of Hamas, much to the concern of Shin Bet, whose operations will be revealed in detail. While the revelations may give a boost to Israel’s intelligence service, whose external counterpart Mossad is still grappling with the diplomatic fall-out of last month’s Hamas assassination in Dubai, there will be concern that the account may give too many insights into the murky world of espionage.
However, Mr Yousef’s work will be far more damaging to Hamas, whose brutality he denounced. read more here
I find this story to be fascinating, and would be interested in reading the book. My interest is really piqued by the mention of the son’s conversion to Christianity. My questions would be: when did this happen? how did the conversion affect his spying activities? which came first, conversion to Christianity or disillusionment with Hamas? how did the son of a top Hamas official become a Christian? is he Catholic?
Pray for this young man; with all the risks he’s taken, the biggest one might be the publishing of this book.
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