Just to show you how far gone they are Â in the ivory towers:
Eck blames “extremist policies in the United States”, Â when “your categorizing an entire people”- Â “an incitement to anti-muslim violence… Â blah, blah… something we’re seeing all too much of in the U.S…”
This lesbian Â activist hack is from the far side of Â retard Â fascism and needs a shoe in her ass.
Moonbat Prof Puts “Pluralism” Fantasies Over Scholarship, Sacks Islam-Critical Professor For Sharia Advocate Â Tariq Ramadan, Grandson of Hassan al Banna.
Its almost like Â sex with animals, in the tradition of the Ayatollah Khomeini. FGM and cannibalism are just minor cultural Â differences, all part of that great multicultural mosaic that makes us stronger. Â Who are we to judge, anyhow?
Update: Â Eck is not alone in her ivory tower:
All we need is tolerance and understanding. Right?
For some reason it reminds me of the late ABC journo Peter JenningsÂ whoÂ lost his mind, (and his credibility)Â even before he got involved with Pali-agit-prop Hannan Ashrawi.
The evil of small minds has triumphed over all that is good intellectually and morally at Harvard.
Professor Diana L. Eck is a supporter of smooth-talking radical
Islamist Â Muslim Brotherhood agentÂ Tariq Ramadan, whom sheÂ describesÂ as “one of Europe’s deepest and most articulate Muslim thinkers… one of the most powerful exponents of a reformist, self-critical, spiritual and dialogical Islam.”
Eck is involved in a moonbattish program called “the Pluralism Project” with our old ‘friend’ Omid SafiÂ and is married toÂ Dorothy Austin… (yes,Â In 1998, Eck and Dorothy Austin became the first same-sex couple to be masters ofÂ Lowell House,Â Â one of the twelve undergraduate residences at Harvard.)
She is also a defender of Boston’s notoriousÂ Roxbury MosqueÂ (whose former and current trustees, mullahs, and congregants have known ties to terrorism and to preaching violence). Now she has successfully led the pack against Professor Subramanian Swamy. Last year, in December,Â he was dismissedÂ after twenty years at the summer school on the basis of anÂ op-ed pieceÂ he wrote in an Indian newspaper about the obvious and growing danger of Islamic terrorism in India, including the 2008 and 2011 jihadic massacres in Mumbai.