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Pak-Indo Controversial Journalist ”Tareq Fateh” Died at 73 After Prolonged Illness

Fatah was a highly respected reporter, columnist, radio and television pundit who was born in Karachi, Pakistan, and immigrated to Canada in 1987. Hhe had a sizable online following. Newspaper columnist Tarek Fatah, a Pakistani-Canadian, died on Monday after a protracted battle with cancer, according to his daughter Natasha Fatah, who is also a writer.

“The Punjabi Lion a Hindustani son devoted to Canada Truthful speaker defender of justice Voice of the Oppressed, the Underdogs, and the Downtrodden. The movement started by Tarek Fatah will continue with everyone who knew and loved him. Will you join us? “1949-2023,” tweeted Natasha.

According to the Toronto Sun, Fatah was a highly respected reporter, columnist, radio and television pundit who was born in Karachi, Pakistan, and immigrated to Canada in 1987. She also had a sizable social media following.

Nothing frightened Tarek Fatah, a political leader, human rights crusader, and outspoken foe of all forms of religious fanaticism who passed away at the age of 73.

Tarek, a secular Muslim, has written two books: 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 would, on the other hand, jump right in.

He was a ferocious opponent of Pakistan and a supporter of the Baloch separatist movement, which fought for an independent Balochistan state, as just one instance among many.

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