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A fanatic God

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Mosab Hassan Yousef is the son of Sheikh Hassan Yousef, a founder and leader of the terrorist group Hamas. He has recently told his story of both embracing Christianity and serving as a spy for Israel. He now lives in San Diego, California, and has been disowned by his father. He was interviewed for the Wall Street Journal by Matthew Kaminski.

Do you consider your father a fanatic? “He’s not a fanatic,” says Mr. Yousef. “He’s a very moderate, logical person. What matters is not whether my father is a fanatic or not, he’s doing the will of a fanatic God. It doesn’t matter if he’s a terrorist or a traditional Muslim. At the end of the day a traditional Muslim is doing the will of a fanatic, fundamentalist, terrorist God. I know this is harsh to say. Most governments avoid this subject. They don’t want to admit this is an ideological war.

“The problem is not in Muslims,” he continues. “The problem is with their God. They need to be liberated from their God. He is their biggest enemy. It has been 1,400 years they have been lied to.”

Yousef has written his story in a book titled Son of Hamas: A Gripping Account of Terror, Betrayal, Political Intrigue, and Unthinkable Choices.

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3 thoughts on “A fanatic God

  1. Oh how the truth will set people free. Thanks, Sean. Once again you have gleaned what is succinct and right to the core of the matter. False gods leading the masses astray. Pray, we must, that knowledge of the Truth will abound in the middle east through prayer, the internet, TV, radio, publishing, and some kind of diplomacy.

  2. Mr. Yousef could almost be said to be saying that Ann Coulter was right, with her remarks after 9/11.

  3. The world is engaged in a battle between the Creator God of Free Will and Grace that believes mankind is worth redeeming versus the god of submission who sees mankinds only as pawns and has no interest at all in their well being.

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