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Is Tariq Ramadhan Lying?

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Submitted by Ollie (Indonesia), Mar 7, 2007 at 13:28

Yes he is. I guess for whatever he is, he may have a tendency to defend radicalism in any shape. Lucky for him to live in this country, so he will not dare to show his real identity as the defender of radicalism. I bet he has conflict within himself. This only can be true, if he lives in Afghanistan or saudia Arabia.

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