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Download reader ´ Son of Hamas 265 pages ↠ Mosab Hassan Yousef º Since he was a small boy Mosab Hassan Yousef has had an inside view of the deadly terrorist group Hamas The oldest son of Sheikh Hassan Yousef a founding member of Hamas and its most popular leader young Mosab assisted his father for years iNgerous terrorist organization and unveils the truth about his own role his agonizing separation from family and homeland the dangerous decision to make his newfound faith public and his belief that the Christian mandate to “love your enemies” is the only way to peace in the Middle East I had a chance to participate in a conversation with activists from Gaza last week I spent a few days after thinking about compassion and empathy the sheer magic of having a conversation And then yesterday I came across this article that says that after this video call the Hamas arrested the activists that we met and really no one knows what happened to them sinceAnd I can't recall the last time I felt such anger I can't get his smile out of my head the way he kept trying to make everyone comfortable throughout the conversation the positive energy they all had In those moments during the talk I genuinely felt like peace isn't as far as we all think We're all people we're all scared of the coronavirus we're not so different Someone asked if taking part in a conversation with us was dangerous and they all smiled and shrugged making it seems like it's not but I think deep down we all knew that as always Palestinians risk  than Israelis So maybe I shouldn't have read this book right now because I'm so upset I'm so angry at Palestinians for acting this way for forcing their people into this position Up until now I've always focused on the sacrifices that we the Israelis make and truly I will never ever forgive this country for teaching me how to shoot a gun but this was the first time I realized that the Palestinian leadership forces itself people into far worse situations and that's not okay Talking to Israelis shouldn't be a crime and oh my god I can't stop thinking about this and I can't stop feeling compliant I can't stop feeling like my mere presence in a conversation could have helped ruin a person's life And it's so easy to ignore Everything has been deleted from online there's no connection to Gaza I might never hear from these people again We all spoke in the video chat about doing this again but will anyone be ever willing to do it again And if we will what will Palestinians have to sacrifice for it Anyway I should probably get to the actual book although I doubt people actually read through all of my reviews and heck is it even my review if I don't rant about my feelings and irrelevant storiesThis book tells us about Yousef and the way he grew up in the Hamas and ultimately started working for Israeli intelligence and converted to Christianity This book is somehow very popular for people who are interested in the conflictMy first thought about this book is that Yousef doesn't come across as very trust worthy Yousef seems like a perfect example of a Slytherin and I don't mean this in a bad way He is cunning and ambitious It seems like his goal was to protect his father and he was willing to do whatever it took to do so even if it meant lying to everyone he knows the second it became convenient To me it makes it hard to believe a lot of what he writes here There's no way to certify that what he's saying is right and that's a little unsettling I wish there were some chapters with Ben Yitzhak the guy he worked with in the intelligence agency My other issue with this book was that somehow even though he technically changes sides it almost seems like he's still justifying Palestinian terror By this I mean as a teen he went through the effort of buying a gun which is no easy task and yet to this day he describes it as a stupid thing kids do and not as a big problem In the same vein his problem with stone throwing isn't that you know people die It's that Israelis retaliate so it's dangerous for whoever throws the stones Throughout the book he talks a lot about the deaths of everyone but again I felt like Yousef ultimately wanted to protect his father and was enjoying the action that came with being a spy That's not a bad thing but I was surprised to see how throughout this all it seems like there wasn't an ideological shift apart from discovering Christianity I mean he seems to blame it all on Islam and not on the politics which is what seems logical My anger at the Palestinian government just grew while reading this It's so frustrating to think that leadership could cause so many problems and that I would feel so helpless to solve them because let's be real there's no lack of political problems in Israel as well and I haven't gotten around to solving them It's just how could their leadership care so little about them The writing was simplistic but at the same time this guy speaks Arabic which is drastically different from English I feel like hearing this in his own voice matters All in all this was a really uick read I feel like there are far better books about the conflict out there This book was a little strange I'm still not sure how to explain why what I'm taking with me • People often talk about how it's hard to differentiate between civilians and soldiers in the Israeli Palestinian conflict due to civilians who act like soldiers and this book highlights this • Israeli prisoners are split into political factions It really makes you think about how the Palestinian society is very split apart • I would love to read about his father and understand how he could be so peaceful and yet support this organization • I wonder what Yousef thinks of America

Son of HamasNgerous terrorist organization and unveils the truth about his own role his agonizing separation from family and homeland the dangerous decision to make his newfound faith public and his belief that the Christian mandate to “love your enemies” is the only way to peace in the Middle East I had a chance to participate in a conversation with activists from Gaza last week I spent a few days after thinking about compassion and empathy the sheer magic of having a conversation And then yesterday I came across this article that says that after this video call the Hamas arrested the activists that we met and really no one knows what happened to them sinceAnd I can't recall the last time I felt such anger I can't get his smile out of my head the way he kept trying to make everyone comfortable throughout the conversation the positive energy they all had In those moments during the talk I genuinely felt like peace isn't as far as we all think We're all people we're all scared of the coronavirus we're not so different Someone asked if taking part in a conversation with us was dangerous and they all smiled and shrugged making it seems like it's not but I think deep down we all knew that as always Palestinians risk  than Israelis So maybe I shouldn't have read this book right now because I'm so upset I'm so angry at Palestinians for acting this way for forcing their people into this position Up until now I've always focused on the sacrifices that we the Israelis make and truly I will never ever forgive this country for teaching me how to shoot a gun but this was the first time I realized that the Palestinian leadership forces itself people into far worse situations and that's not okay Talking to Israelis shouldn't be a crime and oh my god I can't stop thinking about this and I can't stop feeling compliant I can't stop feeling like my mere presence in a conversation could have helped ruin a person's life And it's so easy to ignore Everything has been deleted from online there's no connection to Gaza I might never hear from these people again We all spoke in the video chat about doing this again but will anyone be ever willing to do it again And if we will what will Palestinians have to sacrifice for it Anyway I should probably get to the actual book although I doubt people actually read through all of my reviews and heck is it even my review if I don't rant about my feelings and irrelevant storiesThis book tells us about Yousef and the way he grew up in the Hamas and ultimately started working for Israeli intelligence and converted to Christianity This book is somehow very popular for people who are interested in the conflictMy first thought about this book is that Yousef doesn't come across as very trust worthy Yousef seems like a perfect example of a Slytherin and I don't mean this in a bad way He is cunning and ambitious It seems like his goal was to protect his father and he was willing to do whatever it took to do so even if it meant lying to everyone he knows the second it became convenient To me it makes it hard to believe a lot of what he writes here There's no way to certify that what he's saying is right and that's a little unsettling I wish there were some chapters with Ben Yitzhak the guy he worked with in the intelligence agency My other issue with this book was that somehow even though he technically changes sides it almost seems like he's still justifying Palestinian terror By this I mean as a teen he went through the effort of buying a gun which is no easy task and yet to this day he describes it as a stupid thing kids do and not as a big problem In the same vein his problem with stone throwing isn't that you know people die It's that Israelis retaliate so it's dangerous for whoever throws the stones Throughout the book he talks a lot about the deaths of everyone but again I felt like Yousef ultimately wanted to protect his father and was enjoying the action that came with being a spy That's not a bad thing but I was surprised to see how throughout this all it seems like there wasn't an ideological shift apart from discovering Christianity I mean he seems to blame it all on Islam and not on the politics which is what seems logical My anger at the Palestinian government just grew while reading this It's so frustrating to think that leadership could cause so many problems and that I would feel so helpless to solve them because let's be real there's no lack of political problems in Israel as well and I haven't gotten around to solving them It's just how could their leadership care so little about them The writing was simplistic but at the same time this guy speaks Arabic which is drastically different from English I feel like hearing this in his own voice matters All in all this was a really uick read I feel like there are far better books about the conflict out there This book was a little strange I'm still not sure how to explain why what I'm taking with me • People often talk about how it's hard to differentiate between civilians and soldiers in the Israeli Palestinian conflict due to civilians who act like soldiers and this book highlights this • Israeli prisoners are split into political factions It really makes you think about how the Palestinian society is very split apart • I would love to read about his father and understand how he could be so peaceful and yet support this organization • I wonder what Yousef thinks of America

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Son of Hamas Ø Since he was a small boy Mosab Hassan Yousef has had an inside view of the deadly terrorist group Hamas The oldest son of Sheikh Hassan Yousef a founding member of Hamas and its most popular leader young Mosab assisted his father for years in his political activities while being groomed to Here is a book to break your heart Mosab Yousef is the son of one of the founders of Hamas and was intimately involved in its operations He was also doing intelligence work for the Israelis all while in the process of becoming a Christian This one really is a page turner With regard to the Palestinian situation this book will really give you a different vantage point from which to look at everything When you are done you will ache for everybody over there and be angry with everybody over there There is no political solution The answer is Jesus Christ reader ´ Son of Hamas ↠ Mosab Hassan Yousef

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Mosab Hassan Yousef ↠ Son of Hamas book Assume his legacy politics status and power But everything changed when Mosab turned away from terror and violence and embraced instead the teachings of another famous Middle East leader In Son of Hamas Mosab Yousef now called “Joseph” reveals new information about the world’s most da There is little I could say that would do justice to this book If there are criticisms that could be made I won't make them This is a deeply felt story of a life So far it's still a somewhat young life and I pray the best for the writerIs this book inspiring In some ways Is the book frightening Yes in other ways Are there lessons to be learned Undoubtedly Is there Hope in this story YesI'm not here to lecture I'm not here to give a synopsis I'll avoid that as anything I might say that would piue the interest of some might put someone else off and I wouldn't want to do that We live in a world rife with violence and strife that can and does touch people around the world Much of it springs from deeply held beliefs and long clung to hatreds The writer here saw and experienced these firsthand His father is a Muslim who seems to exemplify the best in that belief system He has first hand experience of the best and the worst of humanity This is an insightful memoir full of pain and hopeI salute the author and as said will pray for him and his In case I need to say it recommended