Ramadan takes leave after allegations

The internationally renowned Islamologist State for the time being, not in a lecture hall of the prestigious British Oxford University.

The institution announced that the of rape accused Ramadan has taken leave.

The University stressed in a statement that Ramadan denies to have meeting strips to the women. By going on leave "he can respond to the extremely serious allegations that have been made against him and all of which he categorically denies".

Two women accused the Swiss intellectual previously of rape. These include writer Tanya Mohd Noor, who claimed that the abuse took place in 2012. Ramadan spoke about slander. He previously worked as integration-Advisor for the city of Rotterdam. He was also a visiting professor at the Erasmus University.