The Washington Times - September 22, 2007, 09:29AM
David HorowitzIranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad SEE RELATED:

roiled the blogosphereColumbiaWeb site listing of “notable alumni”Democratic Sen. Henry “Scoop” JacksonMichelle Malkindefended the Ahmadinejad speechStudents for Academic FreedomTerrorism Awareness ProjectIslamo-Fascism Awareness WeekBill KristolColumbia Conservative Clubtold WNYC
This is academia. This is a forum. And we’re going to challenge his ideas as best we can. Because we know in the end he’s going to look like an idiot in the eyes of the world.
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Expected attendance is in the thousands … Remember — the world is watching. This is a monumental opportunity to make our voices heard. Generations will ask us, What did we do to protest? Where were we?
Stand With UsLittle Green Footballsluncheon videoconferenceAllahpundit to remark
It’s the luncheon that’s so precious. … Watch him show off his just-asking-questions Holocaust dance moves, then knock back a glass of wine and some strip steak. It’s dinner theater. What filth.
The U.S. commander in Iraq … said Iranian activity in Iraq is contributing to sophisticated attacks on coalition and Iraqi forces. \ \ \ “Again, there’s no question where they have come from,” Gen. Petraeus said. “And the evidence is very, very clear. We captured it when we captured Qais Khazali, the Lebanese Hezbollah deputy commander, and others, and it’s in black and white.”
— Robert Stacy McCain, assistant national editor, The Washington Times