A recent Piers Morgan Uncensored interview featuring Mosab Hassan Youssef, the son of a Hamas co-founder.
Piers Morgan conducted a somewhat controversial interview with a former member of Hamas. What the man had to say was from his own personal experience and gave insight into a lesser heard perspective of the situation.
Youssef, with his insider perspective, shared his experiences growing up in the environment associated with Palestinians and Hamas. He doesn’t hold back at all despite his storyline not being one of the more popular picks.
During the interview, Youssef openly discussed his decision to leave Hamas and relocate to America. He recounted witnessing the cruelty among fellow Hamas members while imprisoned in Israel, expressing his concerns about the mere thought of Hamas holding power. That fear was enough to make him abandon his family and never look back.
Youssef used strong language to describe Hamas's impact on the Palestinian people, stating that the organization had "opened up the gates of hell on the Palestinian people.” He labeled the Hamas cause as "a sick one coming from the pits of hell."
Youssef admitted that he was taken aback by the scale of the attack, highlighting that he had not perceived Hamas as highly organized or capable of causing such significant damage. Throughout the interview, he emphasized his perspective that Hamas behaves like a group of criminals who, having assumed a position of power, victimize and exploit the people they govern.
The picture he paints of the Palestinian people is one of an oppressed group of people being governed by a corrupt and evil leader who does not respect human life, let alone its own people. He believes that Palestinians need to be freed from the Hamas and that once that hold is broken, Palestinians would be grateful to Israel.
The interview, lasting just over 12 minutes, offers a unique and thought-provoking perspective that may challenge existing beliefs. Regardless of your current stance on the issue, the interview provides valuable insights into another individual's viewpoint, making it worth watching.
He employs people to understand that Hamas must be destroyed before the people thought of as Palestinians will ever be able to have a feeling of peace and just live their lives.