Former Oxford professor Tariq Ramadan accused of ‘destroying’ alleged rape victim’s life

A woman who claims to have been raped by Muslim academic Tariq Ramadan has accused the Oxford professor of trying to “destroy” her life by writing a book naming her 84 times and “hijacking” her birthday for an ‘international day of action’ to protest his innocence. 

Ramadan, 57, was suspended from his post as Professor of Contemporary Islamic Studies at St Antony’s College after being charged in France with raping a disabled woman in 2009 and a feminist activist in 2012.

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The married father of four, whose grandfather founded Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood, was detained in February last year and held for nine months before being granted bail and denies all the charges. The case has been dubbed the…

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