As the Muslim Brotherhood tightens its grip on Egypt and helps fan the flames of anti-Americanism across the Middle East this week, Western governments are scrambling to get a handle on this powerful group.
Tariq Ramadan maintains he can help them do that—but his track record suggests he may have a much different motive.
Ramadan's grandfather, Hassan al-Banna, founded the Muslim Brotherhood. His father, Said Ramadan, helped lead the movement in Europe.
Tariq—who has been dubbed "Islam's savior"--has been accused of carrying on the Brotherhood family tradition in his statements, writings, and associations.
I sat down with him recently at England's Oxford University to get answers.
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