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Last month, between April 18-21, the Union of Islamic Organizations of France [UOIF], the French branch of the European Council for Fatwa and Research (presided over by Yusuf al Qaradawi) held its thirty-first annual conference in Le Bourget, north of Paris. As usual, jihadist and anti-Semitic books, which are banned in French bookstores but tolerated there, were offered in several booths.
If Tariq Ramadan knows how to hide his
extremismreligious fanaticism, his brother is more explicit and direct. His speech was devoted to “global threats” facing Islam; he described them as having a single source: “the Jews and Zionist barbarism,” an octopus “hiding in the shadows,” a “power that holds the global finance and the media.” He called on young French Muslims to “fight for Islam” and to go to Syria, where several hundred French youths have already joined jihadist groups.
Hani Ramadan, Director of the Islamic Center of Geneva, identified “the Jews and Zionist barbarism” as the source of threats facing Islam, during his keynote speech at this year’s conference of the Union of Islamic Organizations of France. (Image source: Screenshot of video by MosquÃ©e Al Imane de Lille)