Saturday, October 20, 2007

What the Islamic Republic News Agency has to say

about Islamofascism Awareness week and David Horowitz.
Nice. They are calling it HATRED WEEK.

When David Horowitz returns to Columbia University next Friday to mark his organization's much-hyped "Islamo-Fascism Awareness Week" (IFAW), he will find a determined opposition, coming from a coalition of concerned students and up to nine of Horowitz's "101 Most Dangerous Professors."

"The week of October 22-26, 2007, the nation will be rocked by the biggest conservative campus protest ever? a wake-up call for Americans, "claims the Terrorism Awareness Project, which is sponsoring IFAW together with the Young America's Foundation. Between them, the sponsors have tens of millions of dollars in their war chest for occasions just like this...

And listen to this useful idiot:

"Certain people are tolerated on the campus while certain people are not. And it's very evident as to who is and who's not, and why? This is about my life, personally, and this is about everyone's lives in this room." "What it does," added Noah Baron of Columbia Students for a Democratic Society, "is it builds on people's fears? And it makes it more difficult to discuss things that are already difficult to discuss? racism, anti-Semitism, homophobia, Islamophobia, and things like that.

Waaah! Mommy! They're mean to me. They're crucifying us!!!!

In 2006, the media crucified student activists after they confronted the Minutemen on campus. And then, of course, there was Ahmadinejad.

Listen to them try to link the "noose incident" to the event...

Many here see Horowitz's visit as an insult and an injury to a campus community still reeling from a slew of racial attacks this semester, most recently a noose hung on the door of a Black professor at Teachers' College.

Whatever happened to that noose investigation, btw?