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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 said Mr Aamer was "allegedly" working for a charity company in an area controlled by an "extremist Islamofascist state" when he was captured.
The sickness is Islamofascist cancer, which has been allowed to metastasize in the banlieues, prisons, mosques, associations, schools and even universities.
Unlike the UK's Conservatives, Turkey's AKP has become an Islamofascist party over the last five years, narrowing rights and liberties, and intervening in private life.
MULLAH MOOLAH: Clinton's Islamofascist sympathies were secured with a bribe from Iran.
And for all their hand-wringing about culture, conservatives have not applied themselves to creating art or literature, but have spent their energies glorifying militarism and shivering in fear of leftist and Islamofascist phantoms.
Dorin (medical director, SHARP Grossmont Plaza Surgery Center) "will spare nothing in bringing to the forefront very real and grave dangers the United States--and Western, developed countries in general--face at the hands of Islamofascist terrorists (or killers of any other ilk, domestic or foreign)" bent on attacking the health care system.
Although the area is often referred to as "Hezbollahland," it hardly has the feel of a so-called Islamofascist state.
Opponents of the Bush administration seek a counterterrorism policy that emphasizes containment of the terrorist threat--in the short to medium term, a defensive posture emphasizing such elements as control over vital entry points such as seaports, counterterrorism pursued as criminal justice domestically, police and intelligence cooperation with allied governments abroad and, in the longer term, reaching out culturally and socially to the Muslim world, seeking a permanent solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and hoping that a posture of restraint, rather than bellicose reaction, will result in a diminution of global anti-Americanism among inflamed Muslim populations that feed the ranks of Islamofascist terrorists.
It need not, indeed it cannot, say Yes to all comers, to the Islamofascist who after all has his point of view, just as much as the soccer mom, who has hers.
Perhaps it was a reasonable calculation: A filibuster would have failed, and many days' worth of headlines would have shifted the agenda to President Bush's preferred frame--we Republicans are the only things holding back the coming Islamofascist caliphate.
You remember Ward Churchill: he's the make-believe Injun and tenured prof from the University of Colorado who thinks that the victims of Islamofascist terrorism are like Nazi bureaucrats.