We find in the words of Tariq Ramadan thoughts that reflect the beliefs of Kufr (disbelief) and Shirk (polytheism) of the heretic Sufis. The belief in “Wahdatul Wujood” (unity of existence, meaning that everything is Allaah and Allaah is everything) is a form of pantheism and “al-Hulul” (believing that Allaah is in certain creatures), which are heretic beliefs taught by most of the Sufiyyah Turuq in the world today. One should not be surprised to see Tariq showing and expressing these heretic beliefs since the grandfather of Tariq, Hassan al-Banna, was a Sufi of the al-Hisaafiyyah ash-Shaadhiliyyah tariqah that expressed these same beliefs, aswell as Sayyid Qutb who expresses clearly these heretic beliefs in his book “Fi Dhilaal al-Qur’aan” in many places and in particular in his commentary on Surah al-Ikhlaas, aswell as other key figures from Ikhwaan al-Muslimuun (had the same beliefs).
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Tariq Ramadan blames the Salafis for being responsible for terrorism! And free and far removed are the scholars and the followers of Salafiyyah from condoning terrorism and the corrupt ideology of the Khawaarij.
It should also suffice us as a confirmation of his misguidance that Tariq Ramadan cooperates with organizations that aggrandize the likes of Hasan al-Banna (who is Tariq Ramadan’s grandfather) and Sayyid Qutb, the revivers of the Khawaarij ideology in the modern era.
Furthemore, Tariq Ramadan has called to leaving off aspects of the Islamic Sharee’ah (such as his infamous call for a “moratorium” on the punishment for adultery legislated by Allaah, subhaanahu wa ta ‘alaa) and abandoning the scholars of the religion. To him, an ideal practice of Islam involves combining Islamic values with the conjecture and doubts of Western philosophers, and he has studied the works of such disbelieving philosophers extensively. In this regard, TIME Magazine “honored” Tariq Ramadan as being one of the most important “innovators” of the 21st century
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On 7th July 2006, our brother Abu Khadeejah gave a khutbah in the salafi masjid in Birmingham and mentioned the individual called Tariq Ramadan. You can listen to the khutbah here,
As this individual may not be as well known in the English speaking world as he is in the French speaking world, there is not a lot of material concerning him in English. However, there are some articles in french concerning him and more importantly the words of Shaykh Raajihi on Tariq Ramadan on this site: