Back in April, I blogged about the book Son of Hamas by Mosab Hassan Yousef. You can check out the post by clicking here.
He evidently is in the cross-hairs of the US Homeland Security Department and has written about a potential deportation on his blog.
This poses lots of good questions. As an evangelical, I am sympathetic to him and hope he gets to stay in the US. He was, of course, an Israeli spy and therefore I think it's only appropriate that the US government show some concern about his presence in the US. I would think, though, that an automatic deportation seems rather blunt. What about treating him as a source of information? What about the ramifications of sending him back to his own personal well-being?
The life story of Yousef is an exciting one (as evidenced by his book – which I highly recommend) and there are yet chapters to be written.
I encourage you to read his blog and take whatever action you deem appropriate.