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Organized by the David Horowitz Freedom Center's Terrorism Awareness Project, the Islamo-Fascism Awareness Week (IFAW) campaign was first introduced on 114 college campuses across the United States during the week of October 22-26, 2007, making it the largest conservative student protest in American history. Its goals were as follows:

  • To Explain Who the Enemy Is: The enemy is not “terror,” but a fanatical religious movement associated with the Muslim Brotherhood; it is a movement that includes al-Qaeda, Hezbollah, Hamas, Palestinian Islamic Jihad, and the al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades -- whose common goal is the defeat of the American military in the Middle East, to be followed by the creation of a global Muslim empire ruled by an Islamic “pope” or caliphate.
  • To Counter the Left's Big Lie -- that “George Bush created the war on terror” -- and to do this by means of campus demonstrations, guest speakers, and documentary films. The speakers included, among others, former Senator Rick Santorum, Christopher Hitchens, Nonie Darwish, Wafa Sultan, David Horowitz, Steve Emerson, Ann Coulter, Dennis Prager, Frank Gaffney, Cliff May, Robert Spencer, Daniel Pipes, Phyllis Chessler, and Ibn Warraq. The films included Obsession; Suicide Killers; Border; Islam vs. Islam; and Islam: What the West Needs to Know.
  • To Protest Islam's Violent Oppression of Women -- the "honor killings,” arranged marriages, child brides, and second-class citizenship of Muslim women.
  • To Strengthen Those on Campus Who Reject the Anti-American Curriculum of the Tenured Left, which teaches that America is a racist, sexist, homophobic, imperialist “Great Satan” whose "little Eichmanns" deserve what they get at the hands of Medieval religious fanatics armed with the latest technologies of death.
  • To Teach an Alternative Curriculum that Will Arm America against the Radical Jihad: This curriculum will teach that Islam, as currently practiced in Muslim states, oppresses women, gays, Christians, Jews, and atheists. It will teach that “Islamo-fascists hate us not because we are oppressors but because we are Christians, Jews, atheists, gays, and liberated women, and because we are tolerant, generous and free."

In a related measure calling upon “all campus political, cultural, ethnic and religious groups to [oppose] all forms of religious supremacism, violence and intimidation,” the David Horowitz Freedom Center drafted an Islamo-Fascism Petition affirming four major principles:

  • the right of all people to live in freedom and dignity;
  • the freedom of the individual conscience to change religions or have no religion at all;
  • the equal dignity of women and men; and
  • the right of all people to live free from violence, intimidation, and coercion

A second IFAW was held on more than 100 college and university campuses during the week of April 7-11, 2008. Its centerpiece was a Declaration Against Genocide, which called on “student governments and Muslim groups” to condemn Hezbollah and Hamas, and to repudiate the prophet Mohammed's assertion that redemption will only come when Muslims fight Jews and kill them -- "when the rocks and trees cry out, 'Oh Muslim, there is a Jew hiding behind me, come and kill him.'"

The IFAW II Declaration also affirmed such notions as:

  • the right of all people to live in freedom and dignity;
  • the freedom of the individual conscience to change religions or have no religion at all;
  • the equal dignity of women and men; and
  • the right of all people to live free from violence, intimidation, and coercion

A third IFAW was held on 79 college and university campuses nationwide in October 2008. Promoting the theme of “Stop the Jihad on Campus,” the organizers of this campaign asked Muslims to repudiate a violent interpretation of their religion’s sacred texts. Participating students circulated a Petition for Hadith Reform, which asked signatories to deny any implication that Jews must be destroyed as a people, and to affirm the equality of all people -- both men and women.




Defending Islamofascism: It's a Valid Term -- Here's Why
By Christopher Hitchens
October 22, 2007
Who Is the Enemy? (Interview with David Horowitz)
By Campus Progress
January 16, 2008
Naming the Enemy (Interview with David Horowitz)
By Kathryn Jean Lopez
October 25, 2007

Opponents of IFAW:
Islamo-Fascism Denial
By Robert Spencer
October 23, 2007
Who Hates Americans?
By Ishmael Vera
October 15, 2007

Critics of Islamo-Fascism Awareness Week
By Discover The Networks
October 2007

Review of IFAW Events:

The Left and the Term "Islamo-Fascism"
By Dennis Prager
October 30, 2007
What We Did Last Week
By David Horowitz
October 29, 2007

Videos of Speeches Given During IFAW:

Islamo-Fascism Video Archive
By The Terrorism Awareness Project
October 22-26, 2007

Transcripts of Speeches Given During IFAW:
What I Said
By David Horowitz
October 30, 2007
It's Time to Take the Campus Back
By Phyllis Chesler
October 30, 2007
My Call to the Left at UC Berkeley
By Nonie Darwish
October 25, 2007
Can't We Talk about This?
By Robert Spencer
October 25, 2007


Islamo-Fascism Discussed on 100 Campuses
By FrontPage Magazine
April 9, 2008


Stop the Jihad on Campus
By FrontPage Magazine
October 14, 2008
Islamo-Fascism Week III: "Stop the Jihad on Campus"
By David Horowitz and Reut Cohen
August 15, 2008

Opponents of IFAW III:
The Death of Reasoned Discourse
By Robert Spencer
November 5, 2008

Review of IFAW III Events:
Manufactured Outrage
By Robert Spencer
October 29, 2008
The Campus Jihad: A Change of Tactics?
By Robert Spencer
October 24, 2008
Not as Bad as You Might Think
By Robert Spencer
October 17, 2008


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