Tarek Fatah, Height, Weight, Age, Wife, Biography & More
Bio Real NameTarek Fatah NicknameNot Known ProfessionPolitical Activist, Writer, Broadcaster Physical Stats & More Heightin centimeters- 167 cm in meters- 1.67 m in Feet Inches- 5’ 6” Weightin Kilograms- 75 kg in Pounds- 165 lbs Eye ColourBlack Hair ColourSalt and Pepper Personal Life Date of Birth20 November 1949 Age (as in 2016)67 Years Birth PlaceKarachi, Sindh, West Pakistan Zodiac sign/Sun signScorpio NationalityCanadian HometownKarachi, Pakistan SchoolNot Known CollegeUniversity of Karachi Educational QualificationsDegree in Biochemistry FamilyFather- Not Known Mother- Not Known Brother- Not Known Sister- Not Known ReligionIslam HobbiesNot Known Controversies• He remains in controversies for his critics to Pakistan. • Once he stated, " converts adopting the niqab face covering is indicative of joining "a cult", and offensive to Islam". • In 2016, He hit out at Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor for naming their son after 14th emperor Taimur. Favourite Things Girls, Affairs and More Marital StatusMarried Affairs/GirlfriendsNot Known WifeNargis Tapal
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Tarek Fatah is the Pakistani-born Canadian writer, broadcaster, secularist and liberal activist.
During the 1960s, he was the leftist student leader.
Fatah became a reporter for the Karachi Sun in 1970 and was an investigative journalist for Pakistan Television.
He settled in Saudi Arabia and left Pakistan. Finally, He settled in Canada in 1987.
For his introduction, he says- “I am an Indian born in Pakistan, a Punjabi born in Islam; an immigrant in Canada with a Muslim consciousness, grounded in a Marxist youth. I am one of Salman Rushdie’s many Midnight’s Children: we were snatched from the cradle of a great civilization and made permanent refugees, sent in search of an oasis that turned out to be a mirage.”
Fatah became the Member of Ontario New Democratic Party (NDP) and worked on the staff of Premier Bob Rae.
From 1996 until 2006, Fatah hosted Muslim Chronicle, a weekly Toronto-based current affairs discussion show on CTS and VisionTV which focussed on the Muslim community.
In 2001, Fatah founded Muslim Canadian Congress. He spoke out against the introduction of Sharia law.
In 2008, Fatah’s book Chasing a Mirage: The Tragic Illusion of an Islamic State was published. He has published many other books also like The Jew Is Not My Enemy: Unveiling the Myths that Fuel Muslim Anti-Semitism in 2010. This Book won the 2010 Annual Helen and Stan Vine Canadian Book Award in Politics and History.
Fatah was awarded the Helen and Stan Vine Canadian Book Award in Politics and History.