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Tariq Ramadan:Liar -Liar Rants For Hire! Claims $900 to Hamas irrelevant since charity' wasnt yet illegal

Reader comment on item: Is Tariq Ramadan Lying [about Magdi Allam]?

Submitted by Ben van de Polder (United States), Mar 5, 2007 at 19:14

Tariq Ramadan lies gets caught and then lies about lying in the first place.

He has made a career out of slamist obsfuscation, the biggest whopper of which is that he is a not an Islamist despite having met with terrorists, being a favorite 'preacher' at radical mosques in the Paris banlieus and saying that it was okay to kill Jewish children in jihad attacks because they are also enemy combattants.

Ramadan was caught giving $900 dollars to a Hamas charity (which he says resulted in his being denied a US visa) . He claimed that even if he knew they were tied to terrorism when he gave the money to them it didnt matter -since the ties weren't discovered by law enforcement until later on ! http://www.campus-watch.org/article/id/3060

Ramadan's claim of innocence is all the more disingenuous since his family is connected to the the Al Tarqwa bank which was directly tied to Al Qaeda funding and his grandfather was one of the ideological founders of The Muslim Brotherhood the precursor to Hamas and Al Qaeda.

Oxford University's hiring of Ramadan after he was denied entry to the United States (as a threat to national security) shows how pro Islamist that once venerable bastion of "Britishness" has become. Maybe the Saudi money and Prince Charle's (of Arabia's) patronage have something to do with the schools metamorphosis from "Oxford to Mosqueford".


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