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Thursday, September 01, 2005

What Is With Tony Blair?

From Melanie Phillips's Diary:

Those who think the London bombings finally brought Tony Blair’s government to its senses should think again. Hard on the heels of the appointment of the less than moderate MCB spokesman Inayat Bunglawala to the new Home Office task force set up to combat Muslim extremism, we now learn that the government has also appointed to this same task force none other than Tariq Ramadan. This is beyond a joke. Ramadan, a smooth and sophisticated operator, is also anything but a moderate. He has been banned from America and France because of his seditious views ...
Read more here.

Also see what she wrote back on August 26th.
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