until I got sick of the obvious falsehoods, the hypocrisy, the ridiculous "James Bond" mentality, and the overwhelmingly deceitful bias in favor of Israel, and put it down. It's complete tripe. He may have helped the Israelis, but very little of what he writes in his book is at all believable. It's mainly just an excuse to demonize Islam and Yasser Arafat in particular. I also wondered if he bears some sort of grudge against his father... his insistence upon reminding the reader that he is the "son of Hassan Yousef" every few pages is both tedious and indicates a desire to damage his father's reputation. He claims to be a converted Christian, but asks readers not to question him about scripture "because he's still learning". He never applies to same standards of criticism to Judaism and Christianity that he applies to Islam. He seems to revel in his enthusiasm for helping Israelis kill Hamas operatives, which hardly seems in accordance with the views of Jesus, the "prince of peace". He even throws in a completely implausible claim that he saw a Hamas operative walking the streets in California, but for some reason did nothing about it, and deliberately uses the claim in an effort to incite fear among his readers of future Hamas attacks on U.S. soil. He admits he took plenty of money from the Israelis, and I see no reason to believe he was ever cut off from that payroll. In other words, I consider him a paid propagandist deliberately defaming Islam and promoting Israeli interests in the U.S. And if he's still on Israel's payroll, he's an example of Israel not merely promoting its interests, but attacking an entire religion in order to stir up hatred on a worldwide basis.
Palestinian faction declare strike in Bethlehem in mourning of teen's death at noon(Haaretz)
from the article: The amazing friendship between the Shin Bet agent and his Hamas spy