About Islamic Apartheid Week

During the 2012-2013 school year, the David Horowitz Freedom Center will sponsor “Islamic Apartheid Weeks” on 100 campuses across the country.  These events will focus on the gender and religious bigotry and persecution practiced by the Arab countries of  the Middle East and other Islamic nations: the subjugation of women, including genital mutilation; sanctioned honor killings; the repression and killing of non-Muslims; child and sexual enslavement of non-Muslims, and the death sentence for apostates.

These “Islamic Apartheid Weeks” will be organized around panel discussions featuring former victims of Sharia law and Islamic apartheid such as Nonie Darwish, who grew up behind the veil of Sharia law in Egypt and Simon Deng, who was enslaved by Muslims in the Sudan when he was a child. The events will also feature experts on radical  Islam such as Pamela Geller, Robert Spencer, and Ephraim Karsh.  The Freedom Center will support their testimony and views by providing students with a full range of resources such as pamphlets, flyers, and films highlighting the various human rights abuses sanctioned under Sharia law and the ways in which these forms of apartheid are standard operating procedure in most Arab nations.

Anti-Israel and anti-Semitic campus groups like Students for Justice in Palestine have it half right: there is apartheid in the Middle East.  It’s just that it’s being practiced by Muslim nations, not Israel, a fact that the David Horowitz Freedom Center will drive home by presenting authentic voices and indisputable testimony from those who have lived and studied the brutality.

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published this page 2012-04-26 08:50:00 -0700
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"Islamic Apartheid Week," is a series of campus campaigns that focus on the gender and religious bigotry and persecution practiced by the Arab countries of the Middle East and other Islamic nations.

College of the Sequoias
Missouri Western State University
Montana State University - Bozeman
Penn State
Temple University
UCLA
University of Missouri - Columbia
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