Tariq Ramadan, a p.o.s. who teaches at Oxford, says Belgium is distorting museum shootings

Tariq Ramadan, grandson and keeper of the flame of the Muslim Brotherhood founder Hassan al-Bannah.

From Wikipedia: “In February 2004, Tariq Ramadan accepted the tenured position of Henry R. Luce Professor of Religion, Conflict and Peacebuilding at the Joan B. Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, at the University of Notre Dame in South Bend, Indiana, United States. He was granted a nonimmigrant visa on May 5; however, on July 28, his H-1B visa was revoked by the State Department.”

So the poor guy had to settle for Oxford.

A Swiss professor wrote on Facebook that Belgian officials may be part of a conspiracy to falsely present the Brussels Jewish museum shootings as anti-Semitic.

Tariq Ramadan, a Geneva-based lecturer on contemporary Islamic issues at Oxford University in Britain, speculated on Tuesday that the slaying of four people last week at the Jewish Museum of Belgium was a deliberate attack on Israeli secret agents.

Ramadan was for a time banned from entering the United States because of financial contributions he made to Hamas front organizations. Ramadan denied knowing that the charities were Hamas fronts, and the ban has been removed.

“The two tourists targeted in Brussels worked for the Israeli secret services,” Ramadan wrote, citing media reports.

“The [Belgian] government does not comment,” Ramadan wrote. “Coincidence. Is this a case of anti-Semitism or a maneuver to divert attention from the real motives of the executioners? We oppose all slaying of innocents and racism but at the same time, it’s time they stopped taking us for fools.”

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