The Obama Administration has decided to lift the ban on the Muslim Brotherhood leader Tariq Ramadan. Ramadan had previously been banned from entering the United States by the Bush Administration. At the time, President Bush's administration cited a statute that applies to those who have “endorsed or espoused” terrorism in revoking Ramadan's visa.
The Muslim Brotherhood is at the forefront of global Jihad as the parent organization of Hamas. Ramadan's radical Jihadist views were not compelling enough for the Obama Administration as the State Department no longer views Ramadan as a threat to the U.S.
Now, Ramadan will be freely allowed to enter the U.S. despite his extremist views.