IFAW Wednesday Lineup: Santorum, Pipes, Spencer, Horowitz, Davis, Darwish, Sussman and Nowrasteh

This is cross posted at Incorrect U.

Here is the Wednesday lineup of speakers for Islamofascism Awareness Week:

** Upenn:
Rick Santorum at 3:00 PM

Rick Santorum: Rick is a former United States Senator from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Santorum is a member of the Republican Party and was the chairman of the Senate Republican Conference, the number-three job in the party leadership of the Senate. In 2005, Santorum sponsored the Iran Freedom and Support Act, which appropriated $10 million aimed at regime change in Iran. The Act passed with overwhelming support. Rick Santorum is known for his strong stance on the War on Terror. He is strong conservative who is ridiculed on the Left.

** Cal Poly:
Greg Davis

Greg Davis: Greg is an author and filmmaker, who produced the documentary “Islam: What the West Needs to Know,” where he compared Islam to the Cold War threat of communism. The Charlotte Observver wrote this on the film, “If their central thesis is true — and it’s worth considering — then this is the most horrific film of the 21st century so far.”

** San Francisco State
Brian Sussman

Brian Sussman: Brian is a conservative commentator on the San Francisco radio station KSFO. He hosts his own show weekdays from 6pm to 8pm on KSFO which is a conservative talk radio show. On occasion, he hosts the KSFO morning show with Melanie Morgan and Officer Vic from 5am to 9am.

** Temple:
Rick Santorum at 8:00 PM, Student Center Room 217
(See above. It will be a busy day for the former US Senator.)

** UCLA:
Nonie Darwish at 7:00 PM Haines 82

Nonie Darwish: Nonie is an Arab-American writer and public speaker. She is the author of the book Now they Call Me Infidel; Why I Renounced Jihad for America, Israel and the War on Terror. Nonie’s message is not about disloyalty but love for her culture of origin. She blames Arab leadership and the media for the endless rage and violence of the Arab street.

** Emory:
David Horowitz 8:00 PM White Hall Room 208

David Horowitz: David is the editor of FrontPage Magazine and founder of the David Horowitz Freedom Center, David was once a Marxist and now is an influential American conservative writer and activist. David Horowitz is an outspoken opponent of censorship and racial preferences, and a defender of the rights of minorities and other groups under attack — including the rights of blacks, gays, women, Jews, Muslims, Christians and white males.

** Universiy of Miami:
Cyrus Nowrasteh, Whitten University Learning Center

Cyrus Nowrasteh: Cyrus is a Iranian-American who was born in Boulder, Colorado, and grew up in Madison, Wisconsin. His “family had to flee Iran when it was taken over by Islamic fundamentalists.” is an American screenwriter and director of theatrical films, television shows, and made-for-TV movies. He is best known for his involvement in the controversial docudrama The Path to 9/11.

** University of Rhode Island:
Robert Spencer

Robert Spencer: Robert is the director of Jihad Watch, a project of the David Horowitz Freedom Center, and the author of two New York Times bestsellers on Islamic jihad. Spencer has written seven books, ten monographs, and well over two hundred articles about jihad and Islamic terrorism. Robert is also a regular contributor at the very popular HotAir website.

** Tufts University:
Daniel Pipes at 7:00 PM

Daniel Pipes: Daniel is director of the Middle East Forum and a prize-winning columnist now writing for the New York Times Syndicate. His website, DanielPipes.org, is one of the most accessed internet sources of specialized information on the Middle East and Islam. It offers an archive of his work and an opportunity to sign-up to receive e-mails of his writings as they appear. The Wall Street Journal calls Mr. Pipes “an authoritative commentator on the Middle East.” CBS Sunday Morning says he was “years ahead of the curve in identifying the threat of radical Islam.” “Unnoticed by most Westerners,” he wrote for example in 1995, “war has been unilaterally declared on Europe and the United States.” The Boston Globe states that “If Pipes’s admonitions had been heeded, there might never have been a 9/11.”

Previously:
IAW Monday Lineup: Horowitz, Spencer, Coulter, Bruce, Ahrends, Nathan, Saghieh & Darwish
IAW Tuesday Lineup: Santorum, Nowrasteh, Chesler, Sommers, Warraq

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