The founders of a campaign geared at preventing "Islamization" in America are pressing on, this week, with a court battle after their campaign trademark was rejected by U.S. authorities.

The group, named the Freedom of Defense Initiative (FDI), is partly headed by U.S anti-Islam campaigner Pamela Geller. The group was told that their "Stop Islamization of America" campaign makes no literal sense.

"'Islamization' means converting to Islam or 'to make Islamic,'" the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office said in a statement rejecting the FDI's application, as reported by the U.S.-based WND website on Tuesday.

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