“Remembering Tarek Fatah, who used to call himself an Indian born in Pakistan” provides a comprehensive look at the life and contributions of Tarek Fatah, a well-known journalist and author who recently passed away, who was born in Pakistan in 1949. He is known for his controversial views on Islam, politics, and human rights.
Fatah began his career as a journalist in Pakistan, but later moved to Saudi Arabia, where he worked for several years. In 1987, he immigrated to Canada and became a Canadian citizen in 1996.
Fatah has written several books on Islam, including “Chasing a Mirage: The Tragic Illusion of an Islamic State” and “The Jew is Not My Enemy: Unveiling the Myths that Fuel Muslim Anti-Semitism.” He is also a regular contributor to various media outlets, including The Toronto Sun and The National Post.
Fatah is known for his controversial views on Islam, which often criticize what he sees as the religion’s oppressive and intolerant tendencies. He has also been a vocal critic of Islamism and its associated political movements, such as the Muslim Brotherhood.
Despite his controversial views, Fatah remains a respected commentator on political and social issues, particularly those related to Islam and the Middle East.