Mohammad el-Halabi has refused plea deals that would “pollute” the image of Christian aid organization, lawyer says. Mohammad el-Halabi believes the truth will set him free. The former Gaza director of World Vision has now spent more than half a decade in prison, and according to his lawyer, the Israeli government has offered him plea deal after plea deal. He could potentially go home if he would only confess that funding for the Christian humanitarian aid organization was diverted to support terrorism. But Halabi has refused. “He is saying he will not admit to things he never did,” Maher Hanna,…