Wednesday, June 9, 2010

New Blog: Save Mosab Yousef

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.

Mosab Hassan Yousef

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.

Articles at Save Mosab Yousef:


Introductory article: Keep Mosab Yousef in the U.S.


Homeland In-Security by Mosab Yousef (Mosab's adventures with Homeland Seccurity)

Open Letter to Congressman Duncan Hunter (San Diego)

Wall Street Journal interview: Muslims Need to be Liberated from their God

Sean Hannity Interview with Mosab Yousef (Video)













Others talking about Keeping Mosab Yousef in the U.S. 

American Power Blog linked SaveMosabYousef website - Thank you!

Right Wing News linked SaveMosabYousef - Thank You!

 Doug Ross and Larwyn's Linx - Thank You!

Little Miss Attila linked the SaveMosabYousef website - Thank You!

Carol at No Sheeples Here linked the SaveMosabYousef website - Thank you!




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