UPDATE on the Obama Regime's efforts to deport SON OF HAMAS leader

Rep. Doug Lamborn is leading an effort in the House of Representatives to gather support for Mosab Hassan Yousef, the son of a founder of Hamas who converted to Christianity, became an anti-Hamas informer for Israel, and is now living in the U.S.

The Department of Homeland Security, incredibly, is opposing his application for political asylum (and would like to deport him)

Yousef, himself once a member of Hamas, is not a jihadist. In fact, he’s quite the opposite, having had both a religious and a political conversion. He’s now living in San Diego, but his stay in America could end shortly (he’s been here around three years). It all hinges on whether he’s granted political asylum by American officials. Right now, the Department of Homeland Security is against this designation, in part it seems, because the government agency has misread his remarkable tell-all memoir, Son of Hamas. (No…they didn’t misread it. Obama doesn’t want him here because he left Islam, worked for the Israelis, and is telling people the truth about how evil Islam is)

In the book, Yousef tells his story. He experienced a sort of epiphany, turning against Hamas and his family, to become a key informant for the Israeli intelligence agency the Shin Bet. The intelligence he provided allowed Israeli officials to prevent acts of terror, saving many innocent lives. The DHS interprets his book as proof that he has ties to terrorist organizations.

If Yousef were to be deported, and returned to the West Bank, there’s little question that he would end up on a Hamas hit list.

Will the DHS come to its senses? Rep. Lamborn opposes the effort to deport this hero, and has gathered a group of congressmen to support Yousef. So far, signatories from the House include, Trent Franks, Cynthia Lummis, Bill Posey, Kenny Marchant, Rob Bishop, John Kline, and John Shadegg. Weekly Standard

Please email your representative and ask him/her to support the efforts to grant this man asylum: House Members