Columbia U. disinvites 125 attendees from event featuring former terrorist who renounced jihad

Posted by: ST on October 12, 2006 at 9:26 am

Three places to go this morning for the lowdown on this story: Atlas Shrugs, Michelle Malkin, and Kesher Talk (more here).

In light of this incident, as well as this one, Columbia U. might want to consider beefing up it’s PR department, not to mention re-examine the thought process that leads to bad last minute decisions like this one.

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  1. - Has anyone had time to contact the Alumnus? I’m sure it would be interesting to see how they feel about this series of blatantly partisan acts by school officials.

    – The one way you can get to these entrenched Left-wing college professionals is through their wallets. I’m pretty sure that’s what brought down Herr Churchill in the end, no matter what excuse they used.

    – Bang **==

  2. Christinewjc says:

    Wow!! The hypocrisy, censoring, and just plain stupidity of Columbia University is just unbelievable!! Under the guise of “security reasons” (yeah right…bullcrap!!), the “chaplain?” made the decision to “disinvite” (can you believe THAT??) about 125 conservatives who showed up in the rain to hear two ex-terrorists turned born-again Christians share their journey from jihad indoctrination to Christian faith and love.

    It amazes me that the leftist campuses are so virulently anti-Christian and pro-Islamic fascism! They don’t even try to hide their bias, either!!

    We need to spread this incident and information throughout the blogosphere so that people will wake up and see who the leftist loonies at secular American Universities are and notice how they are involved with stamping upon the free speech rights of conservative Republican and/or Christian students!!

    It’s all about leftist extremism and indoctrination, folks!!

    We can no longer just sit by and let this happen to our college students! Something big needs to change and I hope that the blogs will at least help bring about such change!!