Mosab Hassan Yousef, son of Hamas co-founder Sheikh Hassan Yousef, has given Israel the green light to execute his father if the terrorist group fails to release all hostages. Yousef, who once saved his father’s life, now believes his father should pay the ultimate price for his actions.
“Israel can’t keep playing this game,” Yousef stated in a video message. He urged Israel to set a deadline for Hamas to release the hostages, and if they fail to comply, to execute the top leaders of Hamas, including his father. “I’m talking about all the big fish, and that includes my dad,” he added.
Yousef, who once worked as a mole for Israel, believes that eliminating the Hamas leaders and freeing the Israeli hostages would be the knockout punch for Hamas. He criticized Israel’s policy of swapping prisoners for hostages, arguing that it only leads to more innocent deaths and rewards criminals for their actions.
After the successful release of the most vulnerable group of hostages, Israel must give Hamas a timeframe to release the remaining hostages. If they fail Israel must execute Hamas mass murderers in Israeli prisons. No exception, Sheik Hassan Yousef is included. pic.twitter.com/xpeVKHuLX4
— Mosab Hassan Yousef (@MosabHasanYOSEF) November 28, 2023
Yousef also urged Israel to tread carefully to avoid civilian casualties. “I know Israel tries to avoid hitting civilians, but at this stage, we need to be even more careful and precise with our targets,” he said.
Yousef’s father, Sheikh Hassan Yousef, has been in and out of Israeli prisons for about two decades. He was last released in July this year after serving 21 months for administrative detention. Meanwhile, Hamas has been gradually releasing groups of hostages in exchange for prisoners.
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