Salman Rushdie Pays a Terrible Price for his Courage
Writer stabbed in New York
By: Tsering Namgyal
Salman Rushdie is arguably the world’s most famous living writer, ominously enough not because of his enormously popular novels but because he has become almost a household name thanks partly to the fatwa imposed upon him by Iranian leaders for his 1988 book, “Satanic Verses.”
It is not surprising therefore that the stabbing incident i…
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