The Washington Times - October 22, 2007, 03:57PM
Islamo-Fascism Awareness WeekMichelle Malkin SEE RELATED:


Gateway PunditWorld Can’t Wait (WCW)
This right wing assault on college campuses across the country has nothing to do with “free speech” or the oppression of women in Islam.\ It has everything to do with silencing dissent and whipping up Islamo-phobic hysteria to justify U.S. domination of the Middle East.
Click here to see an image of the WCW poster.described as a “front group”Revolutionary Communist PartySept. 9 communique
It is an attempt to intimidate, confuse, and put on the defensive the many students and faculty who are opposed to what the Bush regime is doing here and internationally.\ Islamic fundamentalism is not a progressive force for the world… .\ But the U.S. is a much more powerful and more dangerous reactionary force. Overall, it is the far greater threat to humanity. It is in no way the “answer” to the genuinely oppressive nature of Islamic fundamentalism. (Emphasis added.)
Islamo-Fascism Awareness Week eventsAnn Coulter at Tulane University, 7 p.m.\ Tammy Bruce at Pepperdine University, 7 p.m.\ Robert Spencer at DePaul University, 7 p.m.\ David Horowitz at the University of Wisconsin, 7:30 p.m.\ Luana Saghieh and Alan Nathan at George Mason University, 8:30 p.m.\ Nonie Darwish at UC Berkeley, 7 p.m.Memeorandum— Robert Stacy McCain, assistant national editor, The Washington TimesUPDATE 5:10 p.m.:MalkinMegan Sego is live-blogging protestsNonie Darwish“Now They Call Me Infidel: Why I Renounced Jihad for America, Israel, and the War on Terror.”Little Green Footballsanti-IFA Week protests— RSMUPDATE 5:40 p.m.:Phyllis Chesler“The New Anti-Semitism”
“The radical Muslims on American campuses are getting more belligerent, far more militant,” author and lecturer Nonie Darwish tells me. “They have perfected their intimidation and disruption techniques.” …\ \ Darwish concludes: “Muslim girls like these are like gangsters. They know more about their rights in America than the Jewish girls do. The Muslim girls all have a chip on their shoulders.”\ \ And then she is silent. Softly, she says: “We are fighting an avalanche. We are too few. I am frightened by my culture of origin. I am scared of my own people.”
— RSM