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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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Speaking to the Al-Ahram daily, he described Morsi as an "Islamic fascist" and Shafiq as a "military fascist."
First, after getting their toraborealis blown off in Afghanistan, our Islamic fascist antagonists may be seriously rethinking their hunker-in-the-bunker strategy; B, we're still waiting on the 411 for those weapons of mass destruction the RNEP would be hunting down; and 3, wagging fingers at Iran and North Korea about nuclear proliferation while poring over "Bunkie's" blueprints may turn out to be not the smartest arms-control strategy.
The Islamic fascist maniacs who turn deluded young Palestinians into human bombs would be infuriated by the happy faces in the photo.
Condemning an outrage, per se, is understandable, but qualifying it with such loaded phrases as 'this is an attack on Christian civilization' or 'We will not allow Islamic fascists to destroy our way of life' is neither rational nor, indeed, accurate.
Make no mistake, this was the work of Islamic fascists.
Bush's era, would argue that such policies were aimed at preventing 'Islamic fascists' gaining power, threatening international security, and establishing fundamentalist Islamic states.
For my part, I have taken great care to distinguish between the Islamic fascists who are trying to destroy us (and dominate and oppress their fellow Muslims) and the hundreds of millions of Muslims who wish to be free to follow the guidance of their own good judgment.
Radical Islamic fascists "have no traditional military assets ...
in a good position to fight and destroy Islamic fascists.
Islamic fascists are working to subjugate or kill all kfirs (that is, infidels), first through bloody massacres of innocent civilians and then through the global jihad, yet the author talks about "pluralism" and "inclusivism." I propose that he go to Saudi Arabia and lecture the Muslims on multiculturalism and tolerance.
It became a titanic test of wills between America and the forces of Islamic fascists. The battlefields in Iraq became our generation's Guadalcanal and Stalingrad."
The film takes the position that there is no middle ground for radical Islamists -- or Islamic fascists, to use the phrase invoked by President Bush.
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