My answer to his plea: No.
When referring to that particular subset of radical, fundamentalist Muslims who dream of creating a worldwide Caliphate (where non-Muslims are given the choice of conversion, slavery or death), I usually use the terms "radical Islam" or "Islamists". But "Islamofascism" and "Islamofascist" also are very good at conveying what a dangerous, fanatical enemy we face. I have used them before and I will continue to do so. Perhaps more often now, since I've been told that those are "bad" word.
I suppose I'm a "bad" Christian if I use such politically incorrect and "insensitive" terms to describe radical Islamists. I guess this means that to be a "good" Christian, I have to embrace a philosophy of niceness and non-offensiveness. Well, then, I guess I'm a "bad" Christian. So be it.
I refuse to stick my head in the sand and pretend that our enemies aren't really so bad and if we just gave them more foreign aid, along with a big bear hug, they would stop wanting to kill us. Reality doesn't bear that out. So, just as President Reagan unflinchingly called the Soviet Union the "Evil Empire", I will also refuse to water down my references to our enemies. If I want to call them "Islamofascists" or "Islamists", I'll damn well do so. Tut-tut me all you want -- I don't care.