Not that President Obama had anything to do with it, but a federal court has reversed a ruling against one Tariq Ramadan, who had been denied a visa to come to the US by the Bush Administration. You can read about that decision here. Ramadan had previously visited the US many times, but when the University of Notre Dame wanted to make him a tenured professor there, many within the political zionist movement, notably Daniel Pipes, would have none of that and so a well organized campaign began which resulted in the revocation/denial of a visit for Ramadan. Oxford University snatched him up quickly, however, which proves this isn’t a fringe political hack we’re talking about in Ramadan. What’s really happening here is Islamophobes who are trying to isolate Islamic thought from the main stream and keep it isolated, feared and reviled; allowing Tariq Ramadan such a mainstream audience as Notre Dame in the heart of the midwest is anathema to political zionism’s goals of hate/fear based interaction with targeted religions such as Islam. During the era of fear, accusations were made about or against people who were unable to counter those accusations or defend themselves against them in a court of law. Witch hunts were carried out and people detained or denied their rights merely on the face of an accusation and without judicial recourse or review. It remains to be seen whether Ramadan will be given a visa, but the ruling gives him a chance to defend himself in court and that’s what the Bill of Rights allows.