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 (ĭs-lä′mə-făsh′ĭz′əm, ĭz-)
The political ideology of militant Islamists viewed as an agency of oppression or hostility toward democracy.

Is·la′mo·fas′cist n.


(Islam) an ideology promoted by some Islamists, the aims of which are to establish Islamic orthodoxy and to resist western secularism
ˌIslamoˈfascist adj, n
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He never raised his voice against the gang of parvenu political Islamists that came to the front of the ranks of the AKP as it rapidly mutated into a political monster and he remained silent as this gang pushed the country toward Islamofascism.
This year I'm going to find Christmas particularly hard to celebrate with a light heart because of the relentless sweep of Islamofascism.
Abroad, America has spilled blood and treasure to protect and liberate millions of people from the totalitarian nightmares of Naziism and communism, and more recently from the horrors of Islamofascism.
Canon Morrison would serve his flock the better for acknowledging this rather than providing support for rejectionist and jihadist Islamofascism.
Some writers have gone so far as to state that 9/11 began World War IV, even designating Islamic extremism as Islamofascism.
He branded the EU "essentially fascist" and said he feared what he called Islamofascism which was spreading across Europe and Britain.
The only people who can destroy Islamofascism are Indian Muslims.
has spilled blood and treasure to liberate and protect many millions of people from the totalitarian horrors first of Nazism and then of communism, and that since 9/11 we have spilled yet more blood and treasure fighting against Islamofascism, the totalitarian successor to Nazism.
He extended his hand to Muslims, and reiterated that the United States is not the enemy of Islam, after we had heard George Bush speak of Islamofascism.
97) Norman Podhoretz, World War IV: The Long Struggle Against Islamofascism (Doubleday, 2007).
World War IV: The Long Struggle against Islamofascism Norman Podhoretz New York: Doubleday, 2007, 230 pp.