A prominent Swiss Muslim academic and grandson of the founder of the Muslim Brotherhood – now facing claims of rape by multiple female accusers – was banned in 2004 from entry into the U.S., but that order was lifted personally in 2010 by then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
Tariq Ramadan, 55, currently a professor of contemporary Islamic studies at the University of Oxford in the United Kingdom, has been accused by three women within the last month, who have come forward to describe past sexual assaults, reported PJ Media.
French writer Henda Ayari, 41, was the first to bring an accusation, saying she had been raped in 2012 at a Paris hotel and claiming that for Ramadan, “either you wear a veil or you get raped.”
“He choked me so hard that I thought I was going to die,” she told Le Parisien.
Another woman, unnamed, said Ramadan subjected her to a violent and terrifying sexual assault in 2009. (Read more from “Banned Muslim Rape Suspect Personally OK’D to Enter U.S. By Hillary” HERE)