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Taqqiya Sunrise: The Lies of Tariq Ramadan

Yousef al-Qaradawy of Bank al-Taqwa and the Muslim Brotherhood

What DOES Ramadan Believe?

COMMENT: A darling of the so-called “progressive sector” (particularly in Europe), Tariq Ramadan has tipped his hand in a piece in The New York Times. Prognosticating that the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt would emulate the “democratic” character of the Islamist party of Erdogan in Turkey, Ramadan (son of the late Muslim Brotherhod chief Said Ramadan), he not only ignored the profound links of Turkish Islamism to the worst elements of the Brotherhood and European fascism, he tipped his hand about his own lack of candor.

Ramadan, apparently employing the principle of Taqqiya, fundamentally misrepresented the Muslim Brotherhood’s relationship with the Axis powers of World War II. Representing the Brotherhood as opposed to the Axis powers is a bald-faced, flat-out lie! They were formally allied with the Axis and emulated their corporatist economic models!

We may well be seeing Ramadan laying the groundwork for the ascension of Islamic fascism in Egypt, if the Brotherhood can successfully overcome their secular opponents.

“Whither the Muslim Brotherhood?” by Tariq Ramadan; The New York Times; 2/8/2011.

EXCERPT:  . . . The writings from between 1930 and 1945 of Hassan al-Banna, founder of the Brotherhood, show that he opposed colonialism and strongly criticized the fascist governments in Germany and Italy. He rejected use of violence in Egypt, even though he considered it legitimate in Palestine, in resistance to the Zionist Stern and Irgun terror gangs. He believed that the British parliamentary model represented the kind closest to Islamic principles. . . .


4 comments for “Taqqiya Sunrise: The Lies of Tariq Ramadan”

  1. Hello Dave,

    I’ll be brief this time (at least I will try!) Tariq Ramadan is one of the best Taqqiyor that I know of. But he gives himself away, besides the examples that you present here in regard with elements of his speeches, in something non-verbal but rather physiological: his eyes. When he speaks, don’t listen to what he says, it is just taqqiya anyway, but look into his eyes. You’ll realize that he lies so deeply, so frankly, that it will remind you of what Hitler wrote about deception: ordinary men can’t conceive to say enormous lies, especially when they represent the “complete reversal of facts”…I think the verbal examples that you gave up-front here confirm that it is exactly what is going on with Ramadan.

    Have a great day.

    Posted by Claude | February 28, 2011, 10:27 pm
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  4. You may have seen in the news last week that an attempt was made on the life of Quebec Premier Pauline Marois on Election Night Tuesday September the 4th. She was delivering her acceptance speech when a shooter killed one crew member and injured another in the back alley, before being stopped by the police. He was heading for the main room, obviously.

    It might just be a coincidence but guess who was in town just the night BEFORE? Our beloved friend Tariq Ramadan… He was here for a two-part conference, consisting in an effort to link the Arab Spring with our Maple Spring, which designates by the way the series of student manifestations held this spring in reaction to tuition fees increase plans.

    Linking the Arab Spring with the Maple Spring…


    Posted by Claude | September 9, 2012, 8:41 pm

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