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Satanic Verses

Iranian foundation applauds the bravery of Salman Rushdie’s attacker Hadi Matar, to reward him with 1,000 square meters of land

Salman Rushdie was stabbed in the neck and abdomen by an attacker identified as 25-year-old Hadi Matar, in New York, in August 2022

Author Salman Rushdie shares his picture after recovering from a brutal stabbing attack in New York by an Islamist Jihadi

Salman Rushdie had suffered severe knife injuries during the attack in New York last year. He has lost one eye and has taken months to recover from multiple nerve and muscle injuries.

‘The Satanic Verses’ author Salman Rushdie loses vision in one eye, movement in one hand, was stabbed in New York in August

Author Salman Rushdie is best known for ‘The Satanic Verses‘, a book that led to death threats from Islamists around the world, particularly from Iran in the 1980s.

Iran blames Salman Rushdie and his supporters for the attack on Rushdie’s life

Iran, trying to deny any link between the attack and the fatwa, washed its hands off the attack and instead blamed Salman Rushdie for the attack.

International Gorillay: When Pakistan fantasised about killing ‘kutta’ Salman Rushdie with ‘flying Quran’

Pakistani movie International Gorillay in 1990 had portrayed Salman Rushdie as conspiring against Islam, and showed his killing by flying books with rays

Novelist Salman Rushdie taken off ventilator, attacker charged with attempt to murder, pleads ‘not guilty’

Rushdie now able to speak and is off ventilator. He was attacked on Friday night in New York where he was giving a lecture.

The ‘Satanic’ saga: When Islamists ran riot in Mumbai and intimidated a Professor in Jamia Millia Islamia

On August 12, Satanic verses writer, Salman Rushdie, was stabbed during an event at the Chautauqua Institution in western New York.

Pakistanis, including Dawn journalist, celebrate stabbing of Salman Rushdie, hail assailant as ‘Ghazi’

"This is the young man who killed the great enemy of Islam, Salman Rushdie. Brother may God protect you," rejoiced another Islamist.

October 5, 1988: When Rajiv Gandhi-led India became the first country to ban Salman Rushdie’s Satanic Verses, aided by Fareed Zakaria’s father

Rajiv Gandhi had already shown his willingness to bow down to Islamists in the Shah Bano case and he did it again by leading the world in banning Satanic Salman Rushdie

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