Islamo-Fascism Awareness Week, October 22
Beginning October 22, student groups across the nation will hold Islamo-Fascism Awareness Week.
The Week’s events will include speeches about Islamo-Fascism by prominent figures, including former Senator Rick Santorum (Penn State, Temple and UPenn), Sean Hannity (Columbia), Ann Coulter (Tulane and USC), Dennis Prager (UC Santa Barbara), Robert Spencer (Brown, Dartmouth, University of Rhode Island, and DePaul), Daniel Pipes (Northeastern and UPenn), David Horowitz (Columbia, Emory, Ohio State, Michigan and Wisconsin), Michael Ledeen (Maryland), Nonie Darwish (UCLA and Berkeley), Wafa Sultan (Stanford) and radio talk show hosts Melanie Morgan (San Francisco State), Michael Medved (University of Washington), Martha Zoeller (Georgia Tech), Alan Nathan (George Mason), Mark Larson (to be named) and many others.
A major theme of the Week will be the oppression of women in Islam. The photo accompanying this article, which shows a teenage girl buried before being stoned to death for alleged sexual offenses, will serve as the poster for the protest Week. The stoning took place in Iran. [FrontPage’s description of the photo above may be incorrect; see the update below. – ed.]
The radical Islamic front groups are seething, of course.
Already, CAIR and the Muslim Students Association — which are fronts for the Muslim Brotherhood and Hamas — are planning to hold counter- demonstrations during the Week called “Peace Not Prejudice.” Since the Islamic radicals whom these organizations represent and defend are among the most prejudiced people on earth, and since their own sponsoring organizations, Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood, have declared a global war against the West, this can only be regarded as high-order satire. The Muslim Students Association is welcome to sign our petition denouncing Islamo-Fascism and defending the dignity of all individuals, infidels included. It can be accessed here.
UPDATE at 9/28/07 1:06:36 pm:
There is some question whether the photo in the flyer for the event, shown above, actually depicts a real incident of stoning, or whether it’s a still picture from a Dutch film; Bob Owens has a post about the issue.
There’s no question at all, however, that stoning does take place in Iran and other Islamic countries.
Here’s an account of a real stoning carried out in Iran earlier this year, at Kamangir.