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The short life of Dilawar Khan
Dilawar Khan was born on August 29, 2006. His life was not long but it was eventful. Sadly he died following a tragic accident at shortly after noon (EDT) on August 31 when he inadvertently outed himself in an e-mail response posted on the Muslim Canadian Congress list. The full text of the fatal e-mail was:
Subject: Re: [MCC] Re: Labour Day Parade From: Dilawar Khan
Although he struggled for almost an hour, Dilawar passed on at approximately 1:25 PM that day. His final words (at least to the CMU list), still fighting till the end were:
If it pleases you and feeds your paranoia, then yes, I am Tarek Fatah Happy? Let me sign off as Tarek Fatah so that you can sleep well. This will be my last post on this forum and I will unsubsctribe from both the MCC and the CMU. Muslims will never learn from their horrible history and keep making the same mistakes again and again. Fight amongst themselevs and rip apart anyone who steps in to be the devils advocate I am sure Tarek will be happy to know he now has a clone! Khuda Hafiz and Fi Amanallah all of you. No hard feelings. I will send a similar message to the MCC, whihc you will be passed on to this list anyway. Dilawar. "Tarek Fatah"
Goodbye Dilawar, we hardly knew you.
If any MCC members are sick of the cynical manipulation on the MCC list, where Tarek Fatah creates an alias, poses as an impartial third party, then asks himself "tough questions" (and continues to lie even when caught), please feel free to visit the CMU. You will find that it differs substantially from what "Dilawar" and others like him have been telling you.
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