Tariq Ramadan – A Wolf In Sheep’s Clothing

Tariq Ramadan – A Wolf In Sheep’s Clothing

March 29, 2007

Tariq Ramadan – A Wolf In Sheep’s Clothing

Tariq%20Ramadan.jpgTime.com describes Geneva-based university lecturer Tariq Ramadan as the leading Islamic thinker among Europe’s second- and third-generation Muslim immigrants, who also inspires a good deal of mistrust–from both Arab Muslims for his Western sensibility and Westerners for his controversial Islamic roots. Although many European liberals appear to be enamored by Ramadan, Westerners have good reason to be leery of a man who equates secularism with dictatorship, opposes “economism, individualism, imperialism,” is far from liberal in his outlook – most obviously when addressing Muslim audiences rather than Western journalists, and who insists that the Qur’an and Sunnah should govern life for today (for everyone – not just Muslims). Tariq Ramadan is not the Islamic reformer some believe him to be; he is an Islamist, and nothing less. He is a wolf in sheep’s clothing, and fortunately there are many who are not deluded by what he appears to be (including the U.S. Dept. of Homeland Security).


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  • Shayn Roby  On July 13, 2013 at 9:10 am

    Reblogged this on shaynroby and commented:
    Shayn Roby’s Take: Islam is no religion of peace. All one has to do is watch the seven year old Christian boys falling from the rooftops they have been thrown off of by members of the Muslim Brotherhood to figure that one out.

  • muse1876  On August 25, 2013 at 6:13 pm

    Everyone was so polite. Very informative.

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