A video recently published on the web shows that one of the top commanders of the terrorist group Jabhat al-Nusra, Hassan Abu Hamza, who calls himself Hassan al-Hussain, announced that he had close relations with the founder of the Socialist Unitarianism Party.

Hassan Abu Hamza, who was judge in the group, had joined Al-Qaeda in 2003 and then fought along with them in Iraq and Syria.

Hamza fled from Syria as refugee into Germany and then converted to Christianity.

He considered the Christians as terrorists his whole life, but he gradually became interested in Christianity.


“I believed that Christianity approves of the destruction and killings caused by the U.S. and its allies across the world” Hassan Said. “I thought U.S.’ actions are those of Jesus’ teachings because I had not read the Gospel before.” he said.

Hassan changed his name to “Paul” after he was baptized.


Hassan’s conversion to Christianity, which took place in Germany, went viral through social media since he was the ex-commander and judge of Jabhat al-Nusra group.


Jabhat al-Nusra has been fighting against the Syrian government since the beginning of the conflict in 2011. The terrorist group has been armed and funded by foreign powers who want the Syrian President Bashar al-Assad ousted.