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Ṭāriq Ramaḍān is chosen by Time magazine as one of the most important 100 persons in the new century all over the world.
The British government has chosen Tāriq Ramadān, Muslim intellectual and grandson of the Muslim Brotherhood’s founder, to work as an anti-fundamentalist-extremism advisor.
While the pro-Islamic media machine presents Tariq Ramadan, the grandson of Hassan Al-Banna, the founder of the Muslim Brotherhood, as an Islamic preacher living in Europe, Ramadan presents himself to the Western media as a preacher of what he calls "European Islam." He wants to establish an...
Through an imaginary dialogue between the author and two of his friends, he gives the pros and cons to the idea of establishing an Islamic party for the Muslim Brotherhood. While one of the friends is of opinion that announcing such a party will push the country two hundred years back in time, the...
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