Wednesday, September 08, 2004

De Borchgrave on the intellectual father of antiglobalist Islam

Arnaud de Borchgrave thinks Tariq Ramadan's duplicity is worth watching. The founder of the Muslim Brotherhood enjoys the freedom of the West as Europe's leading Islamist intellectual while seeking to undermine it. Of course there's enough in Ramadan's body of work to suggest that he doesn't believe in pluralism. This antiestablishmentarianism is worth a lecture or two at Notre Dame, so says the Left. Should the Department of Homeland Security let him in? Is this a question of intellectual freedom?

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