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Help Save Mosab Yousef

10 June 2010 @ 09:37

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Many of you know the story of Mosab Hassan Yousef. Homeland Security believes Yousef is a national security threat. He is scheduled for a deportation hearing in a San Diego Homeland Security court on June 30, 2010.

We hope the new blog, Save Mosab Yousef, will put focus on his plight, give the public the details of his story, and ultimately provide the support he needs for his court hearing.

Our plan is to contact members of the Senate Committee on Homeland Security, Rep. Duncan Hunter (D-CA), selected members of Congress and the press.

The “we” in this effort is Bob at The Camp of the Saints, Karen at The Lonely Conservative, and Maggie at Maggie’s Notebook.

We are not associated in any way with, and receive no funds from, any non-profit or profit organization, or individuals. We do not know Mr. Yousef. We have had no contact with him, but are undertaking this endeavour on our own. We are lobbying for his life. We hope to keep Mosab in the U.S. and out of the Middle East, where he will face certain death.

Our open letters and emails will be posted on the blog. We hope you will utilize them, and work any connections you have. Please visit Save Mosab Yousef for details. We welcome your comments and suggestions.

We want to get the word out on this man’s situation.  He is under two death sentences: one for spying for Israel and the other for converting from Islam to Christianity.

If we can get enough publicity, perhaps enough public pressure can be put on Homeland Security to reverse their decision to label this man a security threat and deport him.

Any help you can provide would be greatly appreciated.  The Save Mosab Yousef site will shortly have contact information posted for Senators, members of the House, media people, etc.

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  1. 10 June 2010 @ 16:21 16:21

    Thanks for staying on top of this one. So the man is no fan of Israel. Fine. Yet he has a grasp of Western moral values, a sense of freedom… and he deserves life, liberty and the pursuit.

    I’ve bumped this one. Should show-up off the server-clock soon.

    • bobbelvedere permalink*
      10 June 2010 @ 17:49 17:49

      Thanks, Ran – it is much appreciated. The blog we set up has contact information for Senators and Represenatives. Is there anyway we can reach Michael Ledeen? We’re trying to reach people like him, Michelle Malkin, Hannity, Rush, etc. so we can, hopefully, have this become an issue.

  2. 11 June 2010 @ 13:51 13:51


    Thanks for the kind words in your comments on my blog. Please feel free to do as you asked. Glad to be included.


    • bobbelvedere permalink*
      11 June 2010 @ 17:34 17:34

      Thank you.

  3. Long Ben permalink
    12 June 2010 @ 18:15 18:15

    The Obama administrations attempt to deport Mosab Yousef is an affront to freedom of conscience. Freedom of consciece for Christians is of little concern to this leftist cabal , its only of import to them when used as a tool for radicalism. What a plum to Hamas , Hizbollah , Wahabist , oil Sheiks , and all the other benighted ones ,would Mr Yousefs’ head on a pike be . Another benefit to Obama inc. would be the tangible demonstration to all Mohhamedans and Infidels alike , that we are not in deed a Christian Nation .

    • bobbelvedere permalink*
      13 June 2010 @ 17:24 17:24


    • Lee Hagen permalink
      30 June 2010 @ 17:16 17:16

      Being a Christian means persecution and being out casted by evil societies / governments etc. God have mercy on all Christians living within what once called a democracy! When democracy fails historically, it is always followed by dictatorship and immorality! I ask you, where are we now! May God be with Mosab as he maybe crucified at that hands of Pontius “Obama” Pilot. I truely hope and pray that Mosab is a Christian, for he shall have enternal life deported or non-deported.

  4. 17 June 2010 @ 11:01 11:01

    Hello: Very, very pleased to find your site here and the one that you and others have set up to Help Save Mosab Yousef. We at IRD are determined to do what we can, as well. We have just put out a press release on his pending deportation. Would you like a copy of it? I plan to send it to Frank Gaffney and the Center for Security Policy, Pamela Geller at Atlas, Rebecca Bynum at New English Review, Robert Spencer, Andrew Bostom, ACT! for America, Jerry Gordon, HRCARI, Beth Gilinsky, Michael Ledeen, Walid Phares, and others, as well as to our usual media connections. Now I am writing this week’s e-newsletter to my Religious Liberty constituents about Mosab Yousef, as well.
    BTW, I saw your comment about Michael Ledeen…His wife Barbara is a dear friend of mine, and I know Michael, as well. In my e-newsletter, which I will also send to them, I will call attention to your efforts and your new site.
    Thanks again for all you are doing.
    God bless,
    Faith McDonnell
    Director, Religious Liberty Program, The Institute on Religion and Democracy.
    P.S. I saw your note about Jimmy Carter. I concur, and have written a piece for Front Page Magazine this week (Monday) about his goings on in Sudan. You will find it, entitled, “Worm-full Blindness: Why Jimmy Carter Won’t Condemn Sudan’s Jihad Regime”


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