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Tariq Ramadan and self hate!

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

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Mar 6, 2007 at 06:58

What Tariq Ramadan does not tell us, and it makes you wonder maybe because he is in denial or out of pure ignorance, that the chances are Tariq Ramadan is also of Coptic origin. Gaston Weit believed that 92% of Egyptians are of Coptic decent and the importation of Arabs to Egypt was indeed limited. Egypt is one of the most homogenous nation/states in the Middle East. But again his Islamo-fascist grandfather Hasan al-Banna the founder of al-Ikhwan al-Muslimeen proposed that the solution to "The Coptic Problem" is to emulate Hitler's "Final Solution" to the "Jewish problem." If this is not self hate by a wannabe Arab I have no clue what it is.

When Tariq Ramadan was asked to distance himself from his Islamo-fascist grandfather his answer was: Why? I guess fascism runs in the genes

As fom Magdi Allam he really represents the old secular Egypt and the tail end of the "Liberal Age" of Albert Hourani that strarted in Egypt by Muhammad Ali and was advanced by the likes of Tahtawi and Abduh but was crushed by Islam, Islamo-fascists and wannabe Arabs the likes of Hasan al-Banna and Sayyid Qutb.

What would I say to Allam? Stick to your guns and expose Tariq Ramadan for what he is: another Islamo-fascist.


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