Michael raises an excellent point about criticism of Islam. If criticism of Islam is racist, it follows then that criticism of evangelical Christianity is racist as well.
Suppose the movie "Jesus Camp" (see trailer above) were shown at WSU, would the group that showed it be considered "undisputably racist?" Would there be "guaranteed protests" because local evangelical Christians found it "offensive and hateful?"
Rev. Ted Haggard, president of the National Association of Evangelicals, said this about the film:
It does represent a small portion of the charismatic movement, but I think it demonizes it. Secularists are hoping that evangelical Christians and radicalized Muslims are essentially the same, which is why they will love this film."Jesus Camp" was shown last semester as part of the WSU Progressive Film Series. The WSU Young Democrats promoted the film at a meeting in January and I'm sure many of them attended the screening. I don't recall any outrage.
I would disagree with Rev. Haggard. Secular humanists don't want radical Muslims and evangelical Christians to be the same. As our little bleeding hearts' actions indicate, they obviously hate Christians and love Muslims. Take a photo of Christ covered in urine, win an award. Throw the Koran in the toilet, go to jail. Is this racism? According to the YDs it is, and they ought to know.
My advice to the WSU YDs is not bother protesting any showing of the films about Islam. I guarantee that the stench of hypocrisy will overwhelm you.