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Does not make sense

Reader comment on item: Why Revoke Tariq Ramadan's U.S. Visa?

Submitted by Maria Evangalista (United Kingdom), Dec 29, 2004 at 23:08

If Mr Ramadan really was involved in subsersive and illegal activties, why would he want to move to America where the security is so tight and suspicion so high?

If he was so involved in terrorist activities, then what can he possibly achieve in America that he cannot achieve in Switzerland? Can someone answer that please?

Really, its smells of xenophobia, fear and ignorance. This is not an enlightened way to live.
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