Islamic double discourse personified
Tariq Ramadan (“professor”* at Oxford University): “In islam there's no unity”.
* in Klevius vocabulary a professor needs to be an expert in science (i.e. logic). Tariq Ramadan has effectively eliminated that possibility by running in a circle between an unknown supernatural being called "Allah" and "islamic fairy tale studies" based on this bedrock of absolute ignorance.
Klevius comment: Really! You can't be unaware of OIC, the muslim Ummah led by its Fuhrer Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu and its unity in violating Human Rights by replacing them with Sharia! Wanna eat the cake while still keep it, i.e. explaining away with 1400 years of muslims terrorizing muslims and others while somehow covering up the root cause of it, namely islam itself!
Islamofascist Tariq Ramadan's islamofascist grandpa, Hasan al-Banna, the founder of islamofascist Muslim Brotherhood, said: "Following are the principal goals of reform grounded on the spirit of genuine Islam...Treatment of the problem of women in a way which combines the progressive and the protective, in accordance with Islamic teaching, so that this problem - one of the most important social problems - a campaign against ostentation in dress and loose behavior; the instruction of women in what is proper, with particular strictness as regards female instructors, pupils, physicians, and students, and all those in similar categories...a review of the curricula offered to girls and the necessity of making them distinct from the boys' curricula in many stages of education...segregation of male and female students; private meetings between men and women, unless within the permitted degrees of relationship, to be counted as a crime for which both will be censured...the encouragement of marriage and procreation, by all possible means; ...the closure of morally undesirable ballrooms and dance-halls, and the prohibition of dancing and other such pastimes..."
Klevius comment: Sounds Talibanic enough to me. What about you?
Tariq Ramadan: "I have often been accused of this 'double discourse', and to those who say it, I say – bring the evidence. I am quite clear in what I say.
Klevius comment: Well, that statement really proved his double discourse, didn't it. However, and more importantly, this double discourse is also the very soul of islamic illogic. And quite understandable when considering the enormous moral deficiency islam has built up due to its origin as an ideology for violent parasitism, be it in the form of direct looting or Sharia.
Some other voices about Tariq Ramadan
In a book published by Encounter Books, Caroline Fourest analysed Tariq Ramadan's 15 books, 1,500 pages of interviews, and approximately 100 recordings, and concludes "Ramadan is a war leader," and the "political heir of his grandfather," Hassan al-Banna, stating that his discourse is, "often just a repetition of the discourse that Banna had at the beginning of the 20th century in Egypt," and that he "presents [al-Banna] as a model to be followed." She argues that "Tariq Ramadan is slippery. He says one thing to his faithful Muslim followers and something else entirely to his Western audience. His choice of words, the formulations he uses – even his tone of voice – vary, chameleon-like, according to his audience." Tariq Ramadan responded that Caroline Fourest's book was filled with inaccuracies and untruths, a few of which she later acknowledged on her blog. Olivier Guitta, writing in The Weekly Standard, welcomed the U.S. decision to refuse Ramadan a visa, based on Ramadan's supposed links to terrorist organizations and claiming that his father was the likely author of "'The Project'... a roadmap for installing Islamic regimes in the West by propaganda, preaching, and if necessary war." He further claimed that the former head of the French antiracism organization SOS Racisme, "Malek Boutih told Ramadan after talking with him at length: ‘Mr. Ramadan, you are a fascist.’" In an interview with Europe 1 Boutih likened him to "a small Le Pen[disambiguation needed]"; in another interview he accused him of having crossed the line of racism and anti-Semitism, thus not genuinely belonging to the alter-globalization movement. Similarly, self-described conservative Daniel Pipes concurred with the revocation of Ramadan's visa on grounds of Ramadan's alleged ties with Islamic extremism. After the lifting of the visa revocation, an article in the National Review criticized the double standard of lifting the visa restriction on Ramadan, but not for Issam Abu Issa who was banned by the Bush Administration for being a whistleblower against the Palestinian Authority's corruption. Bertrand Delanoë, Socialist mayor of Paris, declared Ramadan unfit to participate at the European Social Forum, as not even "a slight suspicion of anti-Semitism" would be tolerable. Talking to the Paris weekly Marianne, Fadela Amara, president of Ni Putes Ni Soumises (Neither Whores Nor Submissive, a French feminist movement), Aurélie Filippetti, municipal counsellor for The Greens in Paris, Patrick Klugman, leading member of the Conseil Représentatif des Institutions juives de France and Dominique Sopo, head of SOS-Racisme accuse Ramadan of having misused the alter-globalization movement's ingenuousness to advance his "radicalism and anti-Semitism." Similarly, an article in the online publication of Alliance for Workers' Liberty published 40 reasons why Ramadan was a reactionary, criticizing views on Islamic extremism, women's rights and anti-Semitism. Egyptian intellectual Tarek Heggy has also charged Ramadan with saying different things to different audiences. Other criticisms have included claims that that an essay attacking French intellectuals was anti-semitic and that he has shown excessive generosity in his rationalization of the motives behind acts of terrorism, such as in the case of [Mohammed Merah] .
Islamic evilness fertilized by state induced ignorance and misleading education
Klevius concluding remark: The evilness in the islamic unity against Universal Human Rights may be compared with the cumulative ignorance about this evilness that is produced in our schools etc under the title "muslim sensitivities".