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Taqqiya Sunrise: The Lies of Tariq Ramadan

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

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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 [3] 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 [4], 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 [5] 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. [6]

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. . . .