Stopping Tariq Ramadan from speaking in Finland seems more than justified…
“Fourest had evidence. “I presented it to a judge. But Tariq Ramadan scared him too much…. I am well-placed to know the violence of the networks of the Muslim Brotherhood when one stands up to ‘brother Tariq.”
It’s one thing to lay charges at Harvey Weinstein, you’ll just face his lawyers and long hours of their litigation in boardrooms and in court, totally another to do so with a Muslim Brotherhood leader, you’re in danger of being found face down in a pool of your own blood.
French journalist Caroline Fourest has published a book-length study of Tariq Ramadan’s sly duplicity, Brother Tariq: The Doublespeak of Tariq Ramadan. Fourest concludes that this much-lionized putative Muslim Martin Luther is actually anything but a reformer: in reality, Ramadan is “remaining scrupulously faithful to the strategy mapped out by his grandfather, a strategy of advance stage by stage” toward the imposition of Islamic law in the West.
Ramadan, she explains, in his public lectures and writings invests words like “law” and “democracy” with subtle and carefully crafted new definitions, permitting him to engage in “an apparently inoffensive discourse while remaining faithful to an eminently Islamist message and without having to lie overtly — at least not in his eyes.” Ramadan, she said, “may have an influence on young Islamists and constitute a factor of incitement that could lead them to join the partisans of violence.”
And now she reveals that Ramadan has at least four other victims besides Henda Ayari. “A request for religious advice turned into a compulsive sexual relationship, sometimes consented to, often violent and very humiliating, before ending in threats.”
Fourest had evidence. “I presented it to a judge. But Tariq Ramadan scared him too much…. I am well-placed to know the violence of the networks of the Muslim Brotherhood when one stands up to ‘brother Tariq.’”
Remember Muhammad’s old adage: “war is deceit.”