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

Submitted by Susan (United States), Mar 5, 2007 at 23:23

Tariq Ramadan is as smooth as they come, a wolf in sheep's clothing, an INVETERATE DISSEMBLER AND LIAR. We're very fortunate that he was was banned from the U.S. for his lifelong and familial ties to terrorism, or he would be teaching taquiyya to young, impressionable college students in a major American university; wasn't it Notre Dame that so desperately wanted to add this vile reptile to its faculty? He is a typical, supremacist Muslim---rotten to the core.

Dr. Pipes, you make them all look like the angry, hostile, resentful, petty little tyrants that they are. If your life revolved around lies and deception like Ramadan's, you would not be a world-renowned, venerated scholar. Muslims, especially the well-known, scholarly types, have no regard for truth or integrity and will resort to every available method of deception to advance their agendas. You, on the other hand, have no need to lie or deceive because you have nothing to hide. Truth is Islam's greatest enemy.

All rational people know that you did not lie. It is crystal clear that the notorious archfiend Ramadan is the liar. Isn't it sad that a man of his putative calibre must resort to name-calling and character assassination to make himself look more important. That speaks volumes about Mr. Ramadan, in addition to the volumes already spoken.


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