April 10, 2008

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 saw was an example of the harsh life in store for future American generations in Islamic-dominated regions of the U.S. if we do not work to bring attention to the issue of Islamic oppression now at this critical time in American history."

Jesse reports that non-Muslims are second-class citizens who are brutally victimized on a daily basis. The Egyptian constitution states in article II that Sharia (Islamic) law shall be “the principal source of legislation”. This clause goes for everyone in the nation regardless of faith.

In spite of the fact that Egypt has been the recipient of American aid in excess of $28 billion in the last three decades, Jesse writes of a visit to a local hotel where he turned on the television to see the Statue of Liberty in flames; Disgusted, he changed the channel only to see a video clip of a small child crying with her arms in the air, spliced in with images of U.S. soldiers. The video cut to a bleeding boy lying on the ground in obvious anti-American propaganda, yet to the right of the boy you could see a U.S. medic helping the injured child, no doubt hurt by Jihadist terrorists, but you certainly wouldn’t know that from the tone of the video.

$28 billion dollars used to infuse and infect Egyptians with hatred for Americans and Jews.

Christians are second class citizens. Their ID cards show a #2. Muslims carry ID cards with a #1. After visiting a prayer service at the Church of St. George, the site of a brutal attack in 2005 where a Muslim killed a church parishioner, Jesse writes that every 15 seconds over loudspeakers aimed at the church from the mosque next door, the Muslims were yelling at the Christians. “Allah akbar! Allah akbar!” they would yell among other things in an attempt to disrupt the prayer. This was entirely outside of the five daily calls to prayer which come over the same loudspeaker. It was intimidation designed entirely to disrupt Christian prayer, and stopped as soon as everyone left after the service was over.

Click here to see a short video of the incident, on YouTube.

To read the full report from an American patriot, click here.