Palestinian Terrorist Hamas Founder's Gay Grandson Escapes Being Killed by his own Palestinian Family in "Honor Killing" for being Gay: I believe in the American Dream

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    Jun 06, 2016 4:22 AM GMT
    http://money.cnn.com/2016/06/03/technology/hamas-founder-grandson-deportation/A year ago, John Calvin faced deportation to the West Bank and what he said was "imminent death." Fast forward eight months, and he's living freely in New York City. It's the first time he says he's living without fear.

    Calvin, who changed his name to protect his identity, is the grandson of one the founding members of terrorist group Hamas. His uncles are linked to several suicide bombings...

    Calvin ran away from home at 14, questioning his upbringing, and eventually converted to Christianity. He says he fled when he learned that his father was planning an honor killing. While living in his new home in Edmonton, Canada, Calvin came out as gay....

    Facing deportation from Canada, Calvin fled to the U.S., where he was detained for nearly seven months.

    "I decided the best course of action was to flee home and come to the U.S. rather than be deported and sent to my death," said Calvin, who feared retribution from his family if sent home...




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    Jun 07, 2016 11:57 PM GMT
    He believes in the American Dream? I guess that makes him dumber than most Americans.

    The American Dream is nice to talk about, but like all dreams, it isn't real.
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    Jun 08, 2016 2:36 PM GMT
    http://www.timesofisrael.com/gay-and-christian-a-scion-of-a-hamas-family-finally-finds-safety-in-us/Gay and Christian, a scion of a Hamas family finally finds safety in US

    After being denied asylum in Canada, the man now known as John Calvin chases the American dream in LGBT-friendly New York

    A gay member of one of Hamas’s most important families will be allowed to stay in the United States, dodging what he termed “certain death” were he deported back to the West Bank.