Yousef, dubbed "the Green Prince" by his handlers, told [Israel's] Haaretz daily that he was one of Israeli intelligence's most valuable sources in Gaza. His reports led to the arrests of several high-ranking Palestinian figures during the violent Palestinian uprising against Israeli rule that began in 2000, the newspaper said.
Son of Hamas is also currently #1 on our Movers & Shakers list.
$0.10 to $1M: The sale of a 1938 edition of Action Comics No. 1--the first comic to introduce us to Superman--fetched a record $1M on Monday and is considered to be the "official public record" for a comic book sale. Omni blogger and comics fan Alex Carr has been unavailable for comment due to prolonged fainting spells.
Sci-Frey: New York Magazinespeculates that novelist James Frey might also be the mysterious John Twelve Hawks, the never-been-seen science-fiction author of the Fourth Realm Trilogy. Frey, who is already penning six-part sci-fi series under the pen name Pittacus Lore, had this to say in response:
"I will neither confirm nor deny that I am John Twelve Hawks, Pittacus Lore, or anyone else ... I will say that I have done, and I am continuing to do, projects that will come out anonymously or with invented names on them."
Thanks for clearing that up, James.