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Tarek Fatah (born November 20, 1949) is a Canadian writer, broadcaster, secularist and activist.
Fatah is the founder of the Muslim Canadian Congress and served as its communications officer and spokesperson. Fatah advocates gay rights, a separation of religion and state, opposition to sharia law, and advocacy for a “liberal, progressive form” of Islam. Some of his activism and statements have been met with criticism from Canadian Muslim groups.
Tarek Fatah was born in Karachi, Pakistan, where his family had settled following the Partition of India. Fatah is of Punjabi origin. He was a leftist student leader in the 1960s and 1970s. Although he graduated with a degree in biochemistry from the University of Karachi, Fatah entered journalism as a reporter for the Karachi Sun in 1970, and was an investigative journalist for Pakistan Television. He was imprisoned twice by military regimes. Finally, 1977, he was charged with sedition by the General Zia-ul Haq regime and barred from journalism in Pakistan.