Israeli media is reporting that a third woman has accused Global Muslim Brotherhood leader Tariq Ramadan of rape. According to a report in the Jerusalem Post:
August 26, 2019 Another woman has accused once-prominent Islamic scholar Tariq Ramadan of raping her, Le Monde reported on Sunday. According to the French paper, in May a radio-journalist pressed charges against Ramadan for raping her together with his assistant. She claimed that he lured her into his hotel by promising her an exclusive interview. The alleged rape occurred in 2014. Last January, he tried to contact the woman again by sending her a message. After she did not respond, two men showed up at her door saying that “if she was ill-intentioned towards Ramadan, he was ready to fix things.” The name of the victim has not been disclosed.Ramadan is a professor of Islamic Studies at Oxford, but he has been on a leave of absence since November 2017, after allegations against him emerged when two women filed complaints in France alleging rape .A grandson of the founder of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, Ramadan became one of the most influential intellectuals on Islam in Europe, in spite of being surrounded by controversies….
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The GMBDW reported in November 2017 that Tariq Ramadan had been accused of rape by a French author.
Tariq Ramadan is best described as an independent power center within the Global Muslim Brotherhood who has sufficient stature as the son of Said Ramadan and the grandson of the founder of the Muslim Brotherhood to challenge positions taken by important Brotherhood leaders. His statements and writings have been extensively analyzed and he has been accused by critics of promoting anti-Semitism and fundamentalism, albeit by subtle means. (In fact, the GMBDW has documented that he has often espoused conspiratorial theories involving Jews and Israel.) On the other hand, his supporters promote him as as example of an Islamic reformer who is in the forefront of developing a “Euro Islam.” Ramadan was banned from visiting the US until January 2010 when the ban was lifted.
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