“Britain’s submission to Islamic will … did not help stop the July 7 bombings or the later bombing attempts. But even after the attacks, the Prime Minister appointed to the new anti-terror task force, which they call ‘the working group on tackling extremism’, Muslim advisers who are known to support Radical Islam, including Tariq Ramadan. Ramadan’s U.S. visa was revoked last year, and he is believed to have connections to al Qaeda. Furthermore, last August, to enable Ramadan to speak at a gathering of Muslim youth in London, Scotland Yard contributed $15,000 of taxpayers money. Ramadan, who is also believed to have organized a meeting between Ayman al Zawahiri and Sheik Abdel Rahman currently teaches at St. Antony College, in Oxford. Another advisor to the Prime Minister’s task force, Inayat Bunglawala, was appointed despite his public praise of bin Laden as a ‘freedom fighter’.”
Rachel Ehrenfeld in Front Page Magazine, 26 October 2005
This in the course of an article complaining that Britain’s libel laws are too restrictive. You can see why Ehrenfeld might have a problem with those laws, can’t you?