Salman Rushdie sounds the alarm on the ever-escalating danger to freedom of expression when it comes to Islam.
RAIR Foundation Nine months have passed since the renowned author Salman Rushdie was subjected to a brutal stabbing by a Muslim while on stage during a lecture on freedom of expression. The Mumbai-born controversial author who faced Muslim death threats for years after writing “The Satanic Verses” in 1988, Rushdie was stabbed in the neck and torso several times by a Muslim while on stage at the Chautauqua Institution in western New York, in August 2022. He was in hospital for six weeks, and as well as losing vision in one eye also lost the use of one hand.
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