November 28, 2014


Hamas Planned Terror Attacks from NATO Ally Turkey

Hamas planned to carry out terrorist attacks against Israeli civilians on public transit systems and a sports stadium in Jerusalem, according to Israel’s Shin Bet security service. More than 30 suspects from the West Bank were arrested in September, according to newly disclosed information.

The terror operations were planned by Hamas’s Turkey-based military figurehead Salah Arouri (inset), a senior member of the terrorist group close to the groups’s leader Khaled Mashal. (more…)

June 24, 2010


Son of Hamas Imam: “The God of Islam is the God of Hate”

Mosab Hasssan Yousef, the son of Hamas leader Sheikh Hassan Yousef, explained his decision to convert to Christianity in a Washington, D.C. talk last night, concluding “[t]he god of Islam is the god of hate.”

He asked and answered a hypothetical question at his talk to a pro-Israel group.

“What would happen if Israel just disappeared from the map? There is no Israel anymore. Would there be peace in the Middle East? Palestinians would kill each other, I guarantee you.”

Mosab Hasan YousefThe former spy for Israel’s Shin Bet domestic security service has a new book, Son of Hamas, detailing his undercover exploits, radical decision to leave Islam and become a Christian convert, and his undercover work.

Incredibly, the United States is currently seeking to deport Mosab Hassan Yousef for having connections to Hamas. He immigrated to the U.S. in 2007 to convert to Christianity, and his life would certainly be in jeopardy if he was to return to the West Bank that he once called home.

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security and Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s absurd notion that Yousef poses a security threat is, at best, comical. Deporting a man who opposes Hamas terror back to a certain death — after he surreptitiously fought against it, risked his life to save the lives of innocents, and fled terror to find a new home — is a comment on the Obama administration’s current naivete.

June 23, 2010


Excellent Monograph on Hamas Terror

Yehudit Barsky, has an excellent monograph on the Hamas terrorist group.

Barsky is the Director of the Division on Middle East and International Terrorism at the American Jewish Committee.

You can read Barsky’s work on Hamas here:

Hamas – The Islamic Resistance Movement in Palestine – Yehudit Barsky

November 25, 2008


Convicted Muslim Charity’s Terror Financing Indictment

Today’s conviction of a tax-exempt Muslim non-profit group created in part, according to prosecutors, to raise money to support HAMAS after it became a U.S.-designated terrorist group, and the conviction of five (5) of the group’s leaders is a big win for U.S. prosecutors.

Read the indictment below:

The Holy Land Foundation’s terror indictment for funding HAMAS’ maintained that:

  • “[T]he HLF provided significant financial resources to HAMAS leaders and key strategists”
  • [T]he HLF sent approximately $100,000 to HAMAS’ future Political Bureau Chief Mousa Abu Marzook and his associates.
  • “[F]rom 1988 through 1989, the HLF wire transferred approximately $670,000 to an account held by the Islamic Center of Gaza…established by Hamas spiritual leader and founder Shek Ahmed Yassin, and was used by him to conduct and coordinate HAMAS activities”
  • The HLF funded children and families of HAMAS suicide bombers and relatives jailed on terror-related charges to help “HAMAS’ efforts to win the hearts and minds of” Palestinians.”

According to the Dallas Morning News, a number of HLF defendants have family who are Hamas leaders:

  • Defendant Mufid Abdulqader is the brother of Hamas’ leader Khalid Meshal a/k/a Khaled Meshaal
  • Defendant Mohammad el-Mezain, an HLF co-founder, is a cousin of Mousa Abu Marzook, Mishal’s deputy, and married the cousin of Ghassan Eslashi, former HLF board chairman reportedly living in Syria with other Hamas figureheads
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