Ten years ago, Islamo-Fascism Awareness Week came to Columbia University.

A month earlier, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the Iranian leader who had called for the destruction of Israel and denied the Holocaust, had been invited to speak at Columbia. After that shameful event, Columbia University's College Republicans invited David Horowitz to counter the anti-Semitic hatred and lies.

"I can't talk about Columbia without mentioning that it is a center of Jew hatred," Horowitz said.

Opposing David Horowitz's condemnation of anti-Semitism at Columbia was the Progressive Jewish Alliance composed of a group that included Alana Krivo-Kaufman and Shlomo Bolts. The "Alliance" announced plans to make armbands and t-shirts protesting Horowitz.

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