Tarek Fatah

Don't Blame Mosques For Muslim Radicalization

Mohammed Azhar Ali Khan | Posted 02.10.2015 | Canada Politics
Mohammed Azhar Ali Khan

My experience with mosques and imams suggests that Fatah and Mansur are way off base when they blame mosques rather than internet. They are entitled to their views and the right to express them. But I think it would be more productive if the authorities, Muslims and other Canadians seriously studied the causes of the radicalization of a few individuals and determine how this threat could best be countered for all Canadians to live in safety and harmony.

WATCH: Sun News Whitesplains White Privilege

The Huffington Post Canada | Posted 10.08.2014 | Canada TV

Sun News escalated things quickly last Friday when four Caucasian people tried to debate white privilege with a Pakistani-Canadian activist. Tarek ...

A Nobel Prize for Malala: Would You Vote Yes?

Jordy Gold | Posted 02.11.2013 | Canada Impact
Jordy Gold

On October 9, millions were shocked to hear that 15-year-old Malala Yusufzai, the Pakistani girls' education rights advocate, had been shot in the head by a Taliban gunman. Tarek Fatah, decided to take a few minutes to put up a petition on Change.org asking the Nobel Foundation to select Malala for the 2013 Nobel Peace Prize. He never counted on helping to mobilize nearly half a million people around the world.

Dalai Lama to Extremists: "Your Enemy is Your Best Teacher"

Peter Worthington | Posted 11.08.2011 | Canada
Peter Worthington

It was probably no surprise to the Dalai Lama that his participation at the Second Global Conference on World's Religions, organized by Montreal's McGill University, caused unease among some. By following a path of gentle, persistent, non-violent resistance the Dalai Lama drives Beijing nuts.