'Islamo-Fascism Week' Stokes Debate Tempers may flare over Islamo-Fascism Awareness Week. David Horowitz, a '60s anti-war radical who later took a right turn, says he's trying to sound an alarm about radical Islam. His efforts have drawn much criticism.
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'Islamo-Fascism Week' Stokes Debate

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'Islamo-Fascism Week' Stokes Debate

'Islamo-Fascism Week' Stokes Debate

'Islamo-Fascism Week' Stokes Debate

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Tempers may flare over Islamo-Fascism Awareness Week. David Horowitz, a '60s anti-war radical who later took a right turn, says he's trying to sound an alarm about radical Islam. His efforts have drawn much criticism.