It's happening on college campuses all across America this week and it's sparking both student protests and outrage.
Ahmadinejad is back again, you say?
Quite the contrary. According to Conservative Author David Horowitz, this week is being officially dubbed "Islamo-Fascism Awareness Week," with over 60 speakers on over 100 campuses nationwide.
Horowitz launched a movement that he hopes will catch on beyond this week intended to make students more aware (in his own words) of who "the real enemy" is that faces our future. That enemy is radical Islam and it's Horowitz's belief too many people on the left make excuses for confronting groups like Al Qaeda, the Taliban, Hamas, and the Muslim Brotherhood.
Horowitz's theme of IFAW is focused on the oppression of Muslim women in the Islamic world. And he says that the term "Islamo-fascism" - while appearing racist or offensive to some - actually comes from Muslims in Algeria in the 1990s.
Interestingly too but not surprising, many campuses so far have been less welcoming of Mr. Horowitz when compared to Columbia's President and Mr. Ahmadinejad.
Nevertheless, Horowitz culminates his weeklong tour with a speech at Columbia University this Friday.
I will be interviewing Mr. Horowitz on Thursday and will dutifully report here how the controversial campus movement is being received. Mr. Horowitz says on his blog today(www.frontpagemag.com) that it's "already a success."