Tuesday, May 08, 2007
On this day:

UA student group meets to discuss Iraqi "resistance"

From the Crimson White:
SDS hosts antiwar activists' presentation

Students for a Democratic Society at Tuscaloosa will host Report Back: A Meeting With the Iraqi Resistance with Kosta Harlan on Saturday at 4 p.m. Harlan is an antiwar activist and member of the Freedom Road Socialist Organization who recently traveled to Italy to attend the international conference With the Resistance for a Just Peace in the Middle East.

The conference marks the first time that leaders of the Iraqi national resistance have been able to speak in the West. Harlan will report on who the resistance is and why they fight; the current conditions of the U.S. occupation of Iraq; the birth and development of the Iraqi resistance; and the tasks of the U.S. antiwar movement.

This event is free and open to the public with a suggested donation of less than $5. The event will be held in 301 Morgan Hall.
So what sort of people do you suppose would welcome a Marxist to campus to deliver a talk on the virtues of the Islamo-Fascists in the Iraqi "resistance" - the ones who are at this very moment trying to kill and maim as many American soldiers and innocent Iraqis as possible?