The Koran was written in the 7th century and has nothing to do with fascism, which was a European movement with intellectual roots in 19th and 20th century Europe. This isn't too say that Islamic fundamentalism isn't evil. But it's not "fascist."
So the Satanic Verses, er, I mean Koran, was the earliest form of fascism? To continue the semantics argument, it seems that Islamofascism is "a movement" that "stands for a centralized autocratic government" (the caliphate) "headed by a dictatorial leader" (ayatollah or mullahs), "severe economic and social regimentation" (dhimmitude)," and forcible suppression of opposition" (the constant references in the text itself to the killing of infidels/non-believers). I am still calling it Islamofascism.