Mus'ab Hassan Yousuf, Son of Hamas Leader: The God of Islam Suffers from Split Personality; Muhammad – a False Prophet

Hamas founders family: Islam is collapsing and will be gone in 10 years. Islam won’t help muslims.

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“He is bastard traitor…”


The following are excerpts from an interview with Mus’ab Hassan Yousuf, the son of Sheik Hassan Yousuf, Hamas leader in the West Bank. Yousuf Jr. converted to Christianity, and recently revealed that he had collaborated with Israel. The interview aired on BBC Arabic on March 12, 2010.

Mus’ab Hassan Yousuf: I have said, and I continue to say, that my problem is not with Hamas or with the Muslims. My problem is with the God of Islam and with the Prophet of Islam. With regard to… There were continuous conflicts, which drove me to think about which direction I would like my life to go. Of course, the torture carried out by Hamas on its people in prison, their stupidity, and their political inadequacy drove me to speak out.

Islam, the biggest lie in history…”

Interviewer: Are you saying that your views on what you call “the Islam of Hamas” are what led you to collaborate with the Israelis?

Mus’ab Hassan Yousuf: Who said there is the Islam of Hamas and the Islam of Al-Qaeda?

Interviewer: That’s what you are saying, more or less.

Mus’ab Hassan Yousuf: No, I am not saying that. What I am saying is that Islam is Islam, and the Koran is the Koran. The Koran suffers from a split personality, and the God of Islam suffers from a split personality. All the Muslims who follow the God of Islam interpret Islam as they like, but this does not negate the terroristic and murderous character of Islam, which incites people, through the Koran, to kill people and blow themselves up.


Interviewer: Where does the Koran call for terrorism?

Mus’ab Hassan Yousuf: Go to Surat Al-Tawba, verses 5 and 29. The problem is that Muslims do not understand their own religion. I call upon the Muslims to read their Koran and understand it, before they say that Islam is a religion of peace and compassion.

Interviewer: I asked you…

Mus’ab Hassan Yousuf: The God of Islam calls to kill any non-Muslim. The God of Islam calls to kill me today.

Interviewer: But don’t you agree that Islam recognizes other religions, exalts Jesus, recognizes Judaism, and so on? Do you or do you not accept this?

Mus’ab Hassan Yousuf: There are several unreliable views of several Islamic thinkers, but their authority does not supersede that of the God of Islam, who said: “Slay the People of the Book wherever you find them.”

Interviewer: How can you say that? Did the Koran call to slay the People of the Book?

Mus’ab Hassan Yousuf: He said: “Slay the polytheists wherever you find them.” Read the surah.

Interviewer: But the People of the Book are not polytheists, are they?


Mus’ab Hassan Yousuf: If you want to ague with me – let’s argue. Is Muhammad, the prophet of Islam, the supreme role model for the Muslims?

Interviewer: What do you think?

Mus’ab Hassan Yousuf: Did Muhammad kill the Jews of Khaybar, or didn’t he? You tell me. Why distort the facts? The Muslims must be honest with themselves and with the rest of the world. Muhammad – the supreme role model for the Muslims – killed the Jews of Khaybar, of Qureiza, and of Nadhir. He killed their children and captured their women. This is the supreme role model for the Muslims.

Interviewer: So your problem is with history, not with the present.

Mus’ab Hassan Yousuf: My problem is with that false prophet, Muhammad, and with the God of Islam.


The Muslims are not terrorists by nature. They are among the best nations, in my opinion. However, if the Muslims continue to cover for the terrorists, and to glorify and honor terrorists who blow themselves up, killing children, they will continue to be accomplices. My father is an accomplice.


Israel has been acting with violence, and killed innocent people. It killed people with or without a reason, but mistakes may happen. Every country on the face of the earth makes mistakes, not only Israel. The difference between Israel and Hamas…

Interviewer: When Israel kills innocent people, this is a “mistake,” but when others kill innocent people, it is not?

Mus’ab Hassan Yousuf: Killing is a mistake – regardless of who the killer is – but Hamas has no principles, no laws, and no limits, whereas Israel is bound by law and constitution. If there is a racist Israeli, he will stand trial. Give me one example of a Hamas official who stood trial.


In my view, if Islam were implemented properly, this would spell the destruction of the Arab and Muslim world – the whole world, in fact – because every Muslim would become a Bin Laden.


The Christians have been persecuted for the past 14 centuries – not by the Muslims, but by the God of Islam. The persecution begins in the Koran and in the behavior of the Prophet of Islam.

9 thoughts on “Mus'ab Hassan Yousuf, Son of Hamas Leader: The God of Islam Suffers from Split Personality; Muhammad – a False Prophet”

  1. This is a seminal video interview, which supports my minor contributing [Henny Penny] comments about islam…

    [with a lower-case letter from now on]

    …going to hiding to nothing because the GFC has killed its money resourses.

    An examination of Arabic oil-money investments might be revealing.

  2. one of the millions who can stand up and say the real truth about God of Islam and their prophet. very goragious man , GOD protect him .

  3. A prophet for the last days. I have his book but loaned it out before reading. He has a rough road ahead of him, but the truth has set him free.

  4. I think this guys views are distorted due to what he experienced…being a son of the leader of Hamas. Who knows what he’s been put through, maybe even by the Israeli’s just to end up conforming to what they interpret as “the truth of Islam”.
    As much as he has good reasons to lash out at Hamas, I don’t think it’s right to try and distort other’s view about their religion…it’s religion intolerance and blasphemous!
    Even when you are against the faith of a people or their religious belief…especially in one God, you bare no right to condemn them internationally by twisitng one sect of believers to seem as the faith of all Muslims…it’s just not right.

    I love the book though, since it’s high time someone told us what was really going on out there in Middle east and no…I don’t support Palestine…nor Israel. I just hope this futile war ends asap.

  5. * I think this guys views are distorted due to what he experienced…

    muslim-speak for “he is not responsible – external forces caused / made him do it”.

    Don’t shackle someone who is capable of thinking and speaking for himself. While it is often true that muslims are merely puppets unable to do anything but respond in predictable ways, it is not universally true.

    Action: daughter wears western clothes & dates boys
    Reaction: I had to kill her

    Action: infidel threatened to burn blasphemous koran
    Reaction: global muslim riots and death threats

    Action: infidel West / UK invaded muslim lands
    Reaction: I had to blow up the Tube / bus / plane / tower

    Action: cartoonist drew cartoons of false prophet
    Reaction: muslims went on rampage, killing maiming & burning

    (and so on)

    Meanwhile, they constantly whinge about the resultant “stereotyping” and ‘islamophobia”.

    Such unhappy & predictable puppets of allah (moloch?)

  6. Sorry,guys, i have a question!!! How do you think, if one day, without any war, all people will become of one religion, so what what then will be the main reason or source to bring the war????????How the leaders of thoose groups would support their people, and where take money from????

  7. didi, prophetically most (but not all) people will follow a religious system described as Mystery Babylon, with a false messiah, being the Beast whose number is 666. He will bring “peace”, but will destroy many through peace (Daniel 8:25).

    In other words, while your question is valid, the answer will be in accordance with God’s revelations via the prophets (not fakes like Mo).
    Little point placing your trust in peace processes that conflict with God’s will and purpose.

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