NOAM CHOMSKY JOINS INTERNATIONAL APPEAL FOR DUE PROCESS IN TARIQ RAMADAN CASE

NOAM CHOMSKY, AMINATA TRAORÉ AND FORMER ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY ROWEN WILLIAMS JOIN INTERNATIONAL APPEAL FOR DUE PROCESS IN TARIQ RAMADAN CASE  "Is there a form of justice for Muslims in France and another for all the rest?" (July 23, 2018) An international open letter released last June called on French authorities to grant Professor Tariq Ramadan his most basic human and civil rights.  Now new distinguished signatories from across the globe have joined this call including renowned linguist Noam Chomsky, former Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams, historian Joan W. Scott, former Malian Minister Aminata Traoré, Leila Ahmed of Harvard University, from Jerusalem, journalist and essayist Michel Warshawski, and from Switzerland Jean Ziegler, vice-chairman of the Advisory Board of the United Nations Human Rights Council, as well as Erica Deuber Ziegler, historian. Continue reading

Appeal for Due Process Receives Overwhelming Media Coverage

Tariq Ramadan Worldwide Appeal for Due Process Receives Overwhelming Media Coverage The Defenders of Due Process for Tariq Ramadan (DDPTR) is an international coalition, calling for full respect of judicial norms and established procedures in the Tariq Ramadan case. Continue reading

OUTRAGE AT TARIQ RAMADAN’S UNJUST TREATMENT

JOURNALISTS, ACADEMICS, FILMMAKERS EXPRESS OUTRAGE AT TARIQ RAMADAN’S UNJUST TREATMENT BY FRENCH JUDICIARY (June 14, 2018) – Respected Oxford University Professor and public intellectual Tariq Ramadan has been held in preventative detention in a French prison and denied bail following allegations of rape to which he vehemently denies. Continue reading