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Judge Grants Asylum to Former Israeli Spy Accused of Being Terrorist Threat

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posted on Jun, 30 2010 @ 06:37 PM
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Judge Grants Asylum to Former Israeli Spy Accused of Being Terrorist Threat


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The son of a Hamas founder who became a Christian and an Israeli spy will be granted U.S. asylum after he passes a routine background check, an immigration judge ruled Wednesday.

Mosab Hassan Yousef got the news during a 15-minute deportation hearing after a U.S. Department of Homeland Security attorney said the government was dropping its objections.
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posted on Jun, 30 2010 @ 06:37 PM
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The agency denied Yousef's asylum request in February 2009, arguing that he had been involved in terrorism and was a threat to the United States.

Attorney Kerri Calcador gave no explanation for the government's change of heart.

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This just screams of conspiracy. Apparently, the government objected to his previous asylum request due to his terrorist activities that he committed for Israel. Now, the government has taken a radically different stance, without giving an explanation as to why. Obviously, this was back-door deal between the Israeli government and the US government. Why?

--airspoon


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posted on Jul, 11 2010 @ 09:52 AM
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I don't think this story is getting the attention it deserves. No replies here is an indication of subversion. It only took me so long to comment because I read about it in the Washington Times Weekly and it is usually a few days late in the snail mail.

Son of the founder of Hamas, Israeli double-agent, Christian convert. Mosab Hassan Yousef certainly leads an interesting life. It would also be interesting to know who pulled the strings to get the judge to reverse the decision on asylum in the US. Maybe a short trail to AIPAC from there...



posted on Jul, 11 2010 @ 10:04 AM
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I am proud to flag this thread. Agents for Israel exert an inordinate amount of control over our government officials. All lobbying, but especially lobbying on behalf of foreign governments, should be a crime with at least a ten year minimum sentence. Also anyone who holds dual citizenship should not be allowed to hold government jobs.

[edit on 7-11-2010 by groingrinder]



posted on Jul, 11 2010 @ 10:05 AM
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According to a recent ruling, this judge should be considered a terrorist!


www.gcnlive.com..." target="_blank" class="postlink" rel="nofollow">Supreme Court Ruling


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posted on Jul, 11 2010 @ 10:06 AM
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yes, this is very strange

but US supporting terrorists? thats not at all that weird, if you consider what happened in 911

remembering that 911 was the most important thing to ever happen in the US for the powers of this world



[edit on 11/7/10 by Faiol]



posted on Jul, 11 2010 @ 10:07 AM
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Yes you get a lot of these "without giving an explanation as to why" when it comes to iserail but i think you can find the answer from my avatar.



posted on Jul, 11 2010 @ 03:34 PM
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Its just that reversing a deportation order and granting asylum to someone who clearly, imo, can't be trusted doesn't jibe with DHS/ICE policy. I can't see them being too happy with this decision. Why isn't he seeking asylum in Israel? Why does he have to live here? Does he still have work to do?



posted on Jul, 11 2010 @ 03:39 PM
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No. It's just that the US is very racist towards Muslims.

The guy was the son of a Hamas founder. That is overtly enough reason to not let him in.

But then they found out he was Christian and said ok. Because that's the way the US works. The Jordan and Israeli Christians where I live got in pretty fast after the wars there occurred. Wonder why?

The government simply trusts Christians more.

[edit on 11-7-2010 by Gorman91]



posted on Jul, 11 2010 @ 04:10 PM
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Honestly, more than being a factual story it's also a perfect summary of what many people and elected officials think, it's wrong to do this or that unless you are part of the state that controls us.



posted on Jul, 11 2010 @ 04:38 PM
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How can you be sure he isn't a false convert? Once a person engages in deception on the level this man has, how can he ever be trusted again?



posted on Jul, 11 2010 @ 05:00 PM
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It's been the US policy to give traitors one chance. If they screw up, they get booted to God knows where.

We actually have a pretty good history of managing traitors to our side. Only screw up was the Russians getting nuclear technology.

And in the modern era? I don't exactly expect him to so much as go to the bathroom without us knowing about it.

EDIT.

In addition to this, his father disowned him. You must understand the culture in there to know what this means. That's the American equivalent of... Well I really can't know. For this man to be disowned, however. Well let's just say in Arabic culture, it's like damning someone to hell.

Here, read the father's anger.

palestinenote.com...

[edit on 11-7-2010 by Gorman91]



posted on Jul, 11 2010 @ 05:04 PM
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Wow, thanks for bringing this thread back to life. I too have the same question as to why the US has to provide asylum, as opposed to Israel. There is absolutely nothing to suggest that this guy isn't still an asset to Israel or the US. This guy should be prosecuted for what he has done, yet we are allowing him to live amongst us.

--airspoon



posted on Jul, 11 2010 @ 05:07 PM
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He did covert ops. he did his job. Arresting him would be stupid. He seems like a nice guy to me.



posted on Jul, 11 2010 @ 05:54 PM
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Just because someone's job calls for them to do wrong, does not mean that they can be absolved of that wrong doing. If my job calls for me to murder to someone in cold blood, I can not use the excuse that I was just doing my job. "Just doing his job" is not a viable excuse in my book. Nazis that beat Jews into submission or marched them to the death showers, were just doing their job too.

--airspoon



posted on Jul, 11 2010 @ 06:03 PM
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everyone's a sinner. And there ain't much difference between the Nazis, Iran, Israel, and the US these days.

Soldiers do their jobs. Its what they do. If they lose, their leaders are killed. If they win, they get scott free.

That's war man. That's why war is wrong. But that is the way it works. War crimes only get punished for if you lose. That's the major flaw of global law, and a major reason why I don't support the Geneva conventions nor UN law. All it does is let the victors get away and do whatever they want.



posted on Jul, 11 2010 @ 06:14 PM
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No, your wrong. A soldiers job is only to to do what's asked of him, while respecting the laws in which he operates. Anything else, is not the job of a soldier. War can be done within the the law and without the murder of innocent people. When I was deployed, I could have easily shot at anything that moved. It sure would have made my life easier and I wouldn't be sitting here in the condition that I am now, however I had a job to do and a level of professionalism to uphold. Believe it or not, war is not synonymous with the absence of rules, irregardless of whether those rules are written or implied. Part of the duty of a soldier, is to uphold the law in which you are operating under. For instance, in combat, it is just as much a soldier's job to not shoot or otherwise kill an innocent bystander, as it is to kill or capture the enemy. A soldier's job is just as much to preserve life as it is to take life.

--airspoon



posted on Jul, 11 2010 @ 06:39 PM
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That's way to romanticist for me to agree with. war causes destruction. And while civilian casualties are a tragedy, history shows that those that care the least win the most.

The point of war is to end war. Nothing more. It's a self destructive system.

You can't regulate war. You can pretend to be civil and professional, but when the crap hits the fan it exponentially dies with the intensity of the war.


Congratulations on your serves and sorry for the horrors of war. But history teaches a clear lesson of what war is and how you win.

This era's "pretty" face of war is nothing more than pathetic. All these regulations and rules and professionalisms. What has it done? We are hated more than ever before. We are a disgrace to the republic and the traditions there in. We spit on the constitution daily and watch the world plumage into chaos.

Making war pretty with this crap does nothing but make you lose and more people die.

I in no way support such answers. I don't even support war. And I could not ever be forced into a war. I would hardly care for rules and professionalism. I'd run for whoever's side would keep me alive and stay under. And if they forced me to kill? I'd hunt down the ones forcing such a thing and show them why its wrong by example, if I had it in me.

War happens because rules failed. Rules don't happen because wars do.

I'm sorry for sounding like a barbarian, but war is for barbarians.



posted on Jul, 11 2010 @ 06:47 PM
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I wonder what kind of work Mr. Yousef will do?



Mr. Yousef said for now he intends to continue public speaking against terrorism and what he has called the main cause of terrorism in the Middle East, Islam.

"I want to help increase the security awareness of the American public," Mr. Yousef said. "This is the responsibility of every citizen. It is about international security."

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This man is an Israeli intelligence asset. He has participated in high level meetings of Hamas. It is hard for me to envision him at this point retiring to San Diego, kicking it on the beach, and going on the lecture circuit.

One article I read says "DHS abruptly withdrew its contention" to the asylum request. Perhaps he will be doing some profiling along the border for DHS/ICE?



Yousef said he could not explain the turnaround. His attorney Steven Seick said he was "totally surprised."

Yousef was free during his asylum case, settling in San Diego after coming to the U.S. on a tourist visa in 2007. He said he wants to become a U.S. citizen and pursue a master's degree in history or geography.

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Looks like he's setting up a good cover to me.



posted on Jul, 11 2010 @ 06:50 PM
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The point of war is to end war. Nothing more. It's a self destructive system.


The purpose of war is to create debt. The international banking cartels use that debt to exert influence over political systems.

[edit on 11-7-2010 by Icarus Rising]




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