Hamas spy fears assassination if deported from California

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June 29, 2010 14:16

 
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Hamas spy Mosab Hassan Yousef said Tuesday he will be killed if he is deported from the United States to the West Bank.

The oldest son of one of Hamas' founders, he was an Israeli spy for a decade, and he abandoned Islam for Christianity, further marking him a traitor.

He is scheduled to plead his case Wednesday to an immigration judge in San Diego, four months after publishing memoirs that say he was one of the Shin Bet security agency's best assets and was dubbed The Green Prince, a reference to his Hamas pedigree and the Islamists' signature green color.

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