Yale University's Muslim Student Association, along with other sympathetic student groups on campus, recently signed a letter protesting tonight's scheduled lecture by guest speaker Ayaan Hirsi Ali.

The Muslim Student Association (MSA) isn’t totally opposed to Ali, a noted women's rights activist and vocal critic of radical Islam, speaking at the university, but they want equal time for a more pro-Islam speaker.

“How open-minded,” Greg Gutfeld said in tonight's monologue on The Five. “A breeze could jumble their thoughts.”

Gutfeld noted that the MSA called Ali’s words “hate speech” on their Facebook page, but he couldn’t find them decrying ISIS - or the terror group's deplorable actions against men, women and children - anywhere.

“If what Ali says hurts feelings, who cares? Feelings are not faces,” Gutfeld said. “She’s not throwing acid or slicing off noses. She’s talking, not terrorizing.”

He said it’s outrageous that students would target words, not deeds, as horrible actions unfold all over the world.

“I’d say ‘grow up,’ but that would be hate speech,” he concluded.

Above, watch Gutfeld's monologue and see the hosts of “The Five” react.

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