Hamas turncoat says he doesn't regret working for Israel

By JPOST.COM STAFF
July 1, 2010 08:32

 
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The son of a Hamas founder and former Israeli spy on the terror group, Mosab Yousef, said he does not regret working for Israel, Army Radio reported Thursday.

Yousef, 32, had been threatened with deportation from the US for engaging in terrorist activities, as detailed in his recent autobiography, though it was done in the service of Israel during his nine years as an undercover agent.

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