I am traveling, so forgive the delay in my reporting back to you on the events of last night's fascist funfest at Temple University. I am writing it up for WND tomorrow, but here is a brief summary of our "Islamic Apartheid Week" conference.
It was predictable that the event was the zoo that all pro-freedom activists have unfortunately come to expect from events at universities all over the country: loud, raucous know-nothing tools spewing illogical insults into the ether with the sole purpose of stopping the truth from being heard.
Their furious and frenzied opposition to our message was ironic in light of the fact that we were there to stand for the freedom of the individual: the freedom of speech, the freedom of conscience, and equal rights for women and non-Muslims in Muslim societies as well as in Muslim communities in the West.
Our program was dedicated to exposing the suffering of millions of women and non-Muslims living under the oppression and subjugation of the Sharia, as well as to debunking the vile lies and blood libels spread about the state of Israel by Islamic supremacists and their lapdog apologists (notably during Israeli Apartheid Week).
Simon Deng, Nonie Darwish, and Robert Spencer were magnificent, brilliant and brave. And Simon Deng is a powerful presence -- the room gets quiet when he approaches the podium. Deng’s devastating story as a slave in Sudan shames the leftist tools as they scream on about hate and justice. Yet despite Simon’s moving and unanswerable presentation, and the heavy security we had to have, the agitators were itching for confrontation.
This is what we have come to expect from the fascists at America’s colleges and universities. American professors travel to Tehran to speak at conferences hosted by the genocidal mullahs. Subversives (like Ayers) and jihadists (like CAIR and Aslan) are welcomed and paid handsomely, but voices for freedom and human rights activists are hunted down and silenced like…dissidents.
The jackboots stormed in, and they stormed out.
Despite all their efforts, they failed. The highlight of the evening for me was when a hip, attractive young woman approached me after the event and confessed that she had come from the other side, as part of the opposition, and that she had been turned around by what she heard us say during the event. Despite the noisemakers and loud verbal belching, she “flipped.” This is the objective. That young lady was a sign that no amount of indoctrination and propaganda can overwhelm the truth or drown it out completely if someone is open to it.
Look for my whole write up tommorrow.
UPDATE: Meanwhile, look at the leftist coverage of the event. No reportage. The reporter never even spoke to the organizer or reported the speakers remarks or what was said at the event. The useful idiot Haley Kmetz was there soley to record the babies' tantrum.