Islam's Grand Wizard of Deception

(WorldNetDaily) Steven Emerson - No case illustrates the murderous deception of Western society by Islamic militants more than the recent episode involving Tariq Ramadan, the Swiss professor who was denied a visa to teach at Notre Dame. His supporters in the U.S. rallied vigorously around Ramadan, including the New York Times, the Washington Post, and academic boards around the country. In several interviews given to various European publications over the last few years, Ramadan has repeatedly provided a justification for terrorist acts against U.S. allies such as Israel and Russia and, more recently, against the U.S. itself. When asked if car bombings against U.S. forces in Iraq were legitimate, Ramadan responded, "Iraq was colonized by the Americans. The resistance against the army is just." In France, some leftist intellectuals have recognized Ramadan for what he is. Bernard-Henri Levy, who wrote the best-seller Who Killed Daniel Pearl?, accused Ramadan of having a "racist vision of the world" and promoting anti-Semitism. The writer is executive director of the Investigative Project on Terrorism.

2005-04-06 00:00:00

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