| Third accuser: Tariq Ramadan gave her Islamic religious advice, then sexually assaulted her
| Tuesday, October 31, 2017
|Jihad Watch : No one should be surprised by this. Tariq Ramadan is extremely clever
and sophisticated, and has fooled a great deal of the Western
intelligentsia for years, but he is also a pious, believing Muslim.
Islam, it is the woman’s responsibility to cover herself and thereby
remove the man’s temptation. If she fails to do so and he sexually
assaults or even rapes her, it’s her fault. Moreover, according to
Islamic law, a woman’s testimony is not admissible in cases of sexual
crime, zina, even if she is the victim.
Thus Tariq Ramadan always knew
that as far as Islam went, he could deny the charges, and that would be
that. And if a woman ever threatened to go to the secular courts, there
were ways to deal with that as well: “Two years later he called me to a
hotel in the suburbs and then threatened me that he had compromising
things on me.”
“Third woman accuses Islamist thinker Tariq Ramadan of sexual harassment,” Al Arabiya, October 28, 2017 (thanks to The Religion of Peace):
A third woman has come forward and accused Islamist thinker Tariq Ramadan of allegedly sexually harassing her some years ago. Yasmina, not her real name, spoke to French daily newspaper Le Parisien
and said the Swiss-Muslim professor threatened her with rape in 2012.
The woman has previously opened up about her story with local French
media in 2013.
Why was nothing done then?
“At first he gave me religious advice through
his website, and then asked me for my picture so that he would know who
he was talking to. He found me beautiful, and since that day, things
became pornographic between us,” she told Le Parisien.
“Two years later he called me to a hotel in the suburbs and then
threatened me that he had compromising things on me,” she added….
Ramadan is the grandson of the founder of the
Muslim Brotherhood Hassan al-Banna and currently a professor of
contemporary Islamic studies at Oxford University in the United Kingdom.
Ayari’s lawyer Eric Morain added that he has
received other testimonials from women who are thinking of filing a
complaint against the intellectual for harassment or sexual assault.
|posted by D Swami Gwekanandam @ 7:13 AM