May 27, 2017

Tarek Fatah: Why his Indian TV show gets 100 million viewers

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

On Friday's show, I enjoyed a long conversation with my old friend Tarek Fatah. The Toronto Sun columnist found himself being an unlikely TV star in India recently, when his talk show turned into a phenomenon.

Tarek talks about the taboo subjects he raises on his program, which led to death threats, but also earned him praise from Muslims and Hindus, for raising topics no one else discussed in public. 

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commented 2017-05-28 21:26:49 -0400
Temporary marriage…..what? You mean temporary sex and they want it right now.
These middle east men are sex perverts.

What is happening around the world that everyone is upside down in their thinking?
Is it all the hormones their mothers ingested?

Good to see Tarak is still alive and doing well!
commented 2017-05-27 22:01:01 -0400
The same media that claims that there are so many moderate decent Muslims and says we should not be spiteful of them demonizes Tarek all the time for being a moderate Muslim.
commented 2017-05-27 13:19:44 -0400
Awesome! It would be cool to go to India and have Tarek touring with you. I laughed at Tarek’s ‘twins’ comment. I think his sense of humour helps keep his mind healthy. I believe he is a good man, working towards reform where it should be dealt with, by Muslims with Muslims in Muslim countries. It gives any success a better chance. I want Muslim’s ‘reformed’ BEFORE they come to the west. It may take decades or even centuries and I am not holding my breath, but I applaud Tarek Fatah for his efforts.
commented 2017-05-27 11:12:01 -0400
it’s really too bad and very sad that Tarek Fatah and his like-minded muslim friends are in such a tiny minority.
commented 2017-05-27 09:35:44 -0400
I think it would be outstanding to have English language episodes of Fatah’s Fatwa on theREBEL.