Tariq Ramadan: “Bryssel kan lyve om jødemord”
A Swiss professor wrote on Facebook that Belgian officials may be part of a conspiracy to falsely present the Brussels Jewish museum shootings as anti-Semitic. Tariq Ramadan, a Geneva-based lecturer on Contemporary Islamic issues at Oxford University in Britain, speculated on Tuesday that the slaying of four people last week at the Jewish Museum of Belgium was a deliberate attack on Israeli secret agents.
“The two tourists targeted in Brussels worked for the Israeli secret services,” Ramadan wrote, citing media reports.“The [Belgian] government does not comment,” Ramadan wrote. “Coincidence. Is this a case of anti-Semitism or a maneuver to divert attention from the real motives of the executioners? We oppose all slaying of innocents and racism but at the same time, it’s time they stopped taking us for fools.” Brussels May Be Lying About Museum Shootings, Professor Claims
Man kan se screenshots af Ramadans indlæg her: Tariq Ramadan transforme les victimes israéliennes au Musée juif en instrument d’un complot og nypublicerede fotos af de dræbte Emmanuel og Myriam Riva fra i går og i forgårs. Mossad-forbindelsen er siden blevet afkræftet af belgiske myndigheder. I Bryssel blev der holdt et minuts stilhed idag.
Tariq Ramadan, der har haft indrejseforbud i USA og er blevet fyret fra et hollandsk universitet for forbindelse med hhv. Hamas og Teherans Press TV, har talt for et applauderende publikum i Politikens Foredragssal i 2002 og på Krogerup Højskole i 2007, hvor ellers? Ramadans nuværende professorat på Oxford er betalt af Qatar. Også forarmede adelsdamer kan blive nødt til at trække på gaden. Jakob Holdt har taget billedet.
Betweeen a rock and a hard place
Jews make up just 0.3 percent of Belgium’s population, yet that is apparently enough to make them a preferred target for terror attacks. The first time was during the Passover holiday in 1979, when three Palestinian terrorists attacked Brussels International Airport. The most recent was Saturday afternoon at the Brussels Jewish Museum. Between these two horrifying attacks, there were several more, and there are concerns that Saturday’s attack may not be the last one. Belgium specifically, and Europe in general, has turned (yet again) into a place that is not safe for Jews. Belgium — and along with it, all of Europe — must do some soul searching to figure out how anti-Semitism has been allowed to flourish once again on the same continent where, 70 years ago, one of the most appalling crimes in the history of humanity took place. Whether in the name of radical Islam or in the name of the sickening extreme Right, both are abominations. The Jew finds himself between a rock and a hard place.
The governments of Europe must wake up. The Muslim communities on the continent are only growing. Not all Muslims are violent. The vast majority simply want to earn a living and to educate their children. But what can be done when within those communities, a new Merah arises every day? Perhaps one of them is responsible for the murders in Belgium. The attacker in Brussels even stopped, as coldly calculated as Merah, to ensure his victims were dead. God forbid a Jew remain alive.
The governments of Europe must fight back against this phenomenon, not add fuel to the fire. The representation of Israel as the devil has come back to Europe like a boomerang, but the true devil lives among them. It’s time to wake up, Europe