The sex epidemic that has flooded the planet has brought to the limelight a fact that is as old as mankind: Men behaving out of line with women who are their subordinates, or are looking to get jobs from them, or are their students, or they could even be their patients, for all we know.
Western feminists usually side with Islamic hordes invading European countries to rape women while incrusting themselves in Western societies. And those feminists see no problem with crimes committed against their sisters.
Will they have any issue whatsoever with the foremost hidden-pro-Islamist-openly-Islamic-theoretician accused of raping two women?
The subtle but decisive inciter to violence has also been the defender of Muslims rights to mistreat women. After all, Mr. Ramadan never disavowed the barbaric right Islam and sharia give Muslim men to stone women if they were found adulterous.
But, who is Tariq Ramadan?
Ramadan is a Swiss citizen whose grandfather, Hassan al-Banna founded the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, 90 years ago.
(He) was born in Geneva, Switzerland on 26 August 1962 to an Egyptian Muslim family. He is the son of Said Ramadan and Wafa al-Banna, who was the eldest daughter of Hassan al Banna, who in 1928 founded the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt. Gamal al-Banna, the liberal Muslim reformer, was his great-uncle. His father was a prominent figure in the Muslim Brotherhood and was exiled by Gamal Abdel Nasser from Egypt to Switzerland, where Ramadan was born.
Tariq Ramadan is probably the most well-known Swiss Muslim academic in the world. He is a professor of contemporary Islamic studies, theology, and religion, at the University of Oxford. He is a visiting professor at the Faculty of Islamic Studies at Hamad Bin Khalifa University in Qatar.
This Muslim theologian, Ramadan, is all over the place as a propagandist of Islam in the West disguised as a stellar professor, also in Japan, Morocco, France.
Thanks to Tony Blair, Ramadan was appointed an adviser to the UK government, which partly explains the rapid ascent of Islam in the British kingdom in recent times.
A prolific Muslim author, writer, and philosopher, Ramadan with his suave demeanor has mostly focused on presenting Islam as a sort of universalism, or in his words: “A Vivre ensemble social,” which means “to live socially together.”
“Together” has been one of the keywords used in Europe to inoculate Islam’s migrant hordes among the different European peoples.
Ramadan’s view of Islam is the ultimate world conquest, through a seemingly moral and philosophical overpowering of the degrading West, which has gone undisputed despite never condemning Muslim terrorism, or honor killings, or any of Islam’s other horrific specialties contained in their sharia law.
Sexual Harassment and Rapes Accusations
In an era polluted by sexual deviances and abominations, in recent months a tsunami of sexual harassment complaints has captured world attention, thus encouraging women to come forward and break the usual silence surrounding those abuses up until now.
A preliminary investigation began after two women filed police complaints against Tariq Ramadan late last year, accusing him of rape.
The first police complaint against Ramadan came from Henda Ayari, 41, a feminist activist who previously practiced a conservative strain of Islam and now heads the women’s organization Les Libératrices.
She filed a complaint with prosecutors in Rouen in October 2017 alleging rape, sexual violence, harassment and intimidation by Ramadan. She said she was assaulted by him in a Paris hotel room after a conference in 2012.
“He choked me so hard that I thought I was going to die,” she told Le Parisien newspaper. “He slapped me because I resisted. He raped me. I felt I was in extreme danger.” She said she had gone to talk to him at his hotel after the conference as a kind of “big brother figure”.
Ms. Ayari’s rape complaint against Ramadan on October 20. Ayari has explained that, to him, “either you wear a veil or you get raped.”
“He choked me so hard that I thought I was going to die,” she told Le Parisien newspaper.
Another rape accusation has taken place after that, in line with the #MeToo movement. This time an anonymous disabled woman, a Muslim convert, accused Ramadan of raping her and violently assaulting her in a hotel room in the south-eastern city of Lyon in 2009.
In this case, the Oxford professor is charged with rape of a vulnerable person. This woman, 42 years old walks with a crutch. She has chosen to be anonymous to try to avoid death threats by Ramadan’s network. She did not even pick her pseudonym.
In the report she filed, she describes atrocious brutality and sexual violence.
The Muslim Swiss national, Tariq Ramadan will have trouble escaping this.
Can it be true?
Naturally, Tariq Ramadan has categorically denied both accusations and has initiated a lawsuit for defamation against Ms. Ayari.
However, “Christelle’s” accusation is as damning. She has described a very personal detail on Mr. Ramadan’s body, one that a woman can only know in case of very intimate contact.
But there is much more. There are taped messages in French that Tariq Ramadan left on Ms. Ayari’s answering machine. Those are intimate messages.
On one of those messages, Ramadan explains his passion and his plans to seduce his victim, to the point of hurting her and trying to kill her by asphyxiation, apparently passion-driven.
His adepts are hoping to refute this, and want to pretend this is a setup, but the messages are long, and police experts can surely use voice recognition to identify their authenticity.
The legal team hired by Mr. Ramadan includes the famous Swiss lawyer Marc Bonnant who has already tried to saw the doubt on the accusers’ versions.
Maître Bonnant’s most audacious argument so far has been that all that happened was consensual, as if though consensuality would give carte blanche to men to treat women brutally, even if the ladies were willing participants in an ephemeral intimate relationship.
In fact, in doing so, Bonnant confirms the fact that Ramadan’s presumed rapes took place.
Switzerland’s most successful lawyer very likely can find no valid argument left to prove that no rape happened.
In his despair, he is using rhetoric nuances such as “consensual,” wrongly assuming that in this time and age anyone will accept that.
So far, French authorities have declined to set free Tariq Ramadan and have extended his stay in jail.
A Westernized Swiss Muslim theologian has brutally raped at least two Muslim women who have had the courage to denounce his criminal behavior, so how can anyone in good conscience expect Islamic Muslim hordes migrating to the West to behave any differently, if not worse, with our innocent defenseless Western women?