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UAC Founder Jesse Petrilla writes about his trip to Egypt

Just like United American Committee founder Jesse Petrilla promised, his full action report of his trip to Egypt to document what life is like for non-Muslims who live under Islam is now online. He wanted to learn what life would be like if our enemies and their allies got their way. Jesse writes, what I… Keep Reading

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Just returned from Egypt

A message from United American Committee founder Jesse Petrilla: I have just returned from Egypt on a fact finding mission to learn what life is like for non-Muslims under Islam. We also grabbed some great footage to eventually use in the film the UAC is producing under the working title “An Inconvenient Religion”. I will… Keep Reading

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Today in Jewish History – Adar 10

Sponsored by Aish: In 1980, Israel and Egypt exchanged ambassadors, marking a new era of cordial, if cold, diplomacy. In 1973, Egyptian President Anwar Sadat had orchestrated an attack on Israel in the Yom Kippur War, but after suffering defeat he became resigned to Israel’s existence. In 1977, Sadat and Menachem Begin signed the Camp… Keep Reading

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Fitzgerald: How can Egypt explain?

The excellent Hugh Fitzgerald dissects Egypt’s mask and reveals the wolf in sheep’s clothing. From Fitzgerald: How can Egypt explain? ‘Unclear how, if at all, Egypt can explain this’ — from this article How, since the Camp David Accords were signed, can Egypt explain the following: Despite its solemn commitment to end all hostile propaganda… Keep Reading

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Dimona Bombing Highlights Israeli Security Problem Along Egyptian Border

From Dimona Bombing Highlights Israeli Security Problem Along Egyptian Border: Monday’s suicide bombing in Dimona means the southern Negev has become the target for attacks and Israel is faced with a serious security problem along its 300-kilometer border with Egypt. In light of Egyptian difficulties in shutting off Gaza, a wave of additional terror attempts… Keep Reading

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