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Reader comment on item: Is Tariq Ramadan Lying [about Magdi Allam]?
in response to reader comment: Tariq Ramadan forced to retract defamatory statements

Submitted by dhimmi no more (United States), Apr 8, 2007 at 16:29

Bonjour M. Brisard:

Could you fill us more about your case against Tariq Ramadan? Again I do not trust him and I suspect that he is a liar or that he lies all the time and he believes his own lies and lives in a world of fantasy.

When he was invited to teach a class at Notre Dame University I wrote a letter to the president of the university protesting such invitation and I included a copy of a letter that I mailed to the New York Times that was a response to his article in the OP/Ed page, which was nothing short of blatant lies and fantasy where he never distanced himself from his grandfather the fascist Hassan al-Banna.

But the ultimate fantsy and shall I say self hate is the fact that his grandfather Hassan al-Banna, who loved fascism and proposed a similar solution to the "Coptic problem" in Egypt, not unlike the Hitler's solution of the Jewish problem, but the sad thing is he does not realize that more likely than not his ancestors were Copts that converted to islam. so you wonder if this is indeed self hate by a wannabe Arab. And notice that he "accused" Magdi Allam of being a Copt.

But you know what? The ultimate punishment is that he has a nasty accent when speaking Egyptian Arabic

So fill us in



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