| Tariq Ramadan Could Face Charges in the U.S.
| Thursday, February 22, 2018
Jihad Watch : For Tariq Ramadan, the news gets worse and worse.
First, there were
the charges against him in France, where two Muslim women, Henda Ayari
and a woman known only by an alias, “Christelle,” both accused him of
extreme sexual violence and rape. He now sits in a French prison,
waiting trial, his sudden claim about having multiple sclerosis having
been deemed insufficient to allow him to await trial without being held
And there are two more Muslim women in Paris who have made
claims against him but not yet come forward publicly, for fear of what
his followers might do. It is not an idle threat. Henda Ayari, who was
the first to accuse Ramadan, has received thousands of death threats
from Ramadan’s most fanatical supporters, and is now under 24-hour guard
— possibly for years to come.
After France, new accusations against him appeared in the Journal de Geneve,
in Switzerland, where four women claimed that when they were his pupils
at a high school in Geneva, and between the ages of 14 and 18, he had
tried to sexually molest them, and in all but one case succeeded. No
doubt the Swiss authorities are still investigating these accusations,
and will wait their turn to charge him, as they surely will, once the
judges in Paris have reached their decision.
And now comes the latest news: while the peripatetic lecturer was in the
United States, spreading his message of “moderation” from coast to
gullible coast, and being lionized as a great Muslim intellectual,
delivering his Deep Thoughts on Islamic morality and ethics, he also
managed to find the time to dally, in his own fashion, with at least one
Muslim victim, who now has found a brave Muslim lawyer, Rabia Chaudry,
to help her, and though the charges have not yet been yet made public,
they surely have to do with sexual violence, possibly including rape. More here............
This is for all the Jaguh Kampungs out there defending this rapist...................
|posted by Major D Swami (Retired) @ 8:46 AM