His family and wife have been denied the right to visit him, he was denied bail in spite of his lawyers putting forth all guarantees to consolidate and allay any of the fabricated fears that Ramadan could be a flight risk.Furthermore, despite that more than a dozen cases of rape have surfaced in France since the #Me Too movement, only Ramadan has been jailed while there are formal charges in these other cases.He is board member and former chairman of the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs and recipient of the LIfetime Achievement Award (2012) of the Journal for the Study of Anti-Semitism.In most European countries no quantitative data is available on Muslim anti-Semitism.Just as these contradictions existed then, they exist today.Ramadan has been an ethical, eloquent and articulate critic of France's double standards against migrants, refugees, Muslim women, black and Arab French citizens.
In response, journalist Eliza Anyangwe said: "Africans haven't entered history because Europeans keep writing them out of it." According to Siddharta Mitter, it is obvious that Macron's remarks are racist and "fall into a tradition of grandiloquent and condescending statements about Africa" that deflect from the continent's difficulties as a product of "colonialism and its enduring trace. There is a long history of population panic and its use in racist ideology." In his writings, Fanon had shown that although France claimed liberty, equality and fraternity, French society was steeped in racial contradictions in which whiteness was the norm and blackness and "Muslimness" is equated with evil.This is most evident in France, where France's racist ideologies have been built upon the repository of its past modes of racialization.A tactic of this racialization is the systematic use of rhetoric and propaganda to paint both black people and Muslims as violent savages inclined to rape.The study concludes that such prejudices against Jews among Muslims are two or three times as widespread.The study’s authors have divided the Muslim population into three categories: practicing Muslims, who both believe and practice Islam, those who only believe, and those who are of Muslim origin.
This is a challenge to the racist conception of black people as uneducated savages and Muslims as barbarians.