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Crusoe. “The Day Salman Rushdie Challenged the Ayatollahs with the Gay Anthem”

×: Photo: Heike Huslage-Koch/Wikimedia Commons in the article crusoewrites Geronimo Teixeira Salman Rushdiea victim of a knife attack done fanatical at the behest of the ayatollahs. “Salman Rushdie, in line with advocated anarchic freedom featured by Charlie Hebdo in 2015. And now Charlie Hebdo has sent a letter of support to Rushdie on the long road to recovery. (…). It is surprising that so many writers and intellectuals do not accompany him in defending such fundamental works.. It has been so since the early days of the fatwa, when John…

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Suspect in Salman Rushdie’s attack denies guilt

Links to breadcrumb trail World Crime Hadi Matar (24) is accused of injuring Rushdie (75) last week in New York Article author: Hadi Matar, 24, center, arrives for arraignment at the Chautauqua County Courthouse in Mayville, N.Y., Saturday, Aug. 13, 2022. Photo by Gene J. Puskar /AP Content of the article MAYVILLE, N.Y. (AP) — A judge on Thursday denied bail to a man accused of trying to kill Salman Rushdie as the acclaimed author prepared to give a speech in western New York. Advertising 2 This ad hasn’t loaded…

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Salman Rushdie attack suspect pleads not guilty to attempted murder, assault – SABC News

The man accused of stabbing writer Salman Rushdie last week in western New York pleaded not guilty to charges of attempted second-degree murder and assault Thursday and was held without bond. Hadi Matar, 24, is accused of stabbing Rushdie, 75, on Friday just before The Satanic Verses author was to give a lecture on stage at an education center near Lake Erie. Rushdie was hospitalized with serious injuries in what writers and politicians around the world described as an attack on freedom of expression. Mattar was arraigned in Chautauqua County…

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Salman Rushdie remains in ‘critical condition’ but shows first signs of recovery

Taking to Twitter, Zafar expressed the family’s “relief” that his father, who was stabbed during an incident last Friday, “was able to say a few words” after taking off his respirator. Herbent Neubauer/AFP – 16/11/2019 Salman Rushdie was stabbed on Friday the 12th Salman Rushdie remains in “critical condition”, but has not used a respirator since last Saturday, the 13th, announced the writer’s son, Zafar Rushdie. Via Twitter, Zafar expressed the family’s “relief” that his father, was stabbed during an event last Friday, “was able to say a few words”…

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Crime. Salman Rushdie is recovering from the attack

The attack on writer Salman Rushdie continues to shock people, but now there are signs that his condition is improving. At the same time, the alleged criminal declared himself “not guilty”. That’s encouraging news about injured writer Salman Rushdie from hospital over the weekend. According to media reports, the author is recovering. The New York Times, citing his literary agent Andrew Wiley, wrote that he was no longer on artificial ventilation and was able to speak again on Saturday, a day after the attack on the open stage. Wiley told…

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After the attack, Salman Rushdie is already “speaking a few words”, says his son

Zafar Rushdie, son of author Salman Rushdie (Photo)who was the victim of a knife attack in upstate New York on Friday (12), took to social media on Sunday (14) to say that his father “speak a few words”. He also said that “His usual aggressive and defiant sense of humor [de Salman] remains intact”. Earlier this Sunday, the writer’s attorney, Andrew Wiley, began “Long Walk to Recovery”. He extracted on Saturday (13). The suspect arrested in the case is 24-year-old Hadi Matar from New Jersey. He was charged with attempted…

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USA. Salman Rushdie appears to be on the mend

United States Salman Rushdie appears to be on the mend Salman Rushdie at an event in London. The writer is said to be recovering from the knife attack. photo: © Grant Pollard/Invision/AP/dpa While his alleged assailant is in custody for attempted murder, sympathy for the injured Salman Rushdie is running high. Good news comes from the hospital. After the knife attack on Salman Rushdie, the British-Indian author’s health condition remains uncertain. A New York man who attacked a writer on stage is being investigated for attempted second-degree murder and second-degree…

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Agent says writer Salman Rushdie was extubated this Saturday

×: Photo: Geraldshields11/Wikimedia Commons Salman Rushdie, the British writer of Indian origin, was extubated this Saturday (13). According to his agent, Andrew Wylie, the author is improving and is able to regain hand movement, despite having nerves in his hand affected by the attack. The agent said again that the writer may lose an eye, and was seriously injured in the abdomen and chin.

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Crime. Salman Rushdie attacked the stage with a knife

A 24-year-old man breaks into the stage and stabs the world-famous author. While Salman Rushdie is battling his injuries in the hospital, the search for a motive continues. Writer Salman Rushdie actually wanted to talk about persecuted artists in the United States on Friday. But suddenly right there, on the open stage, he becomes the victim of a brutal attack. A 24-year-old man stabbed a 75-year-old man several times in the city of Chautauqua in the west of the state of New York, seriously injuring him. According to his manager…

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Stabbing attack on Salman Rushdie was ‘pre-planned’: Prosecutor

Links to breadcrumb trail World Renowned ‘Satanic Verses’ author remains hospitalized with serious liver, arm and eye injuries Article author: Associated Press Carolyn Thompson and Hillel Italy Date of publication: August 13, 2022 • 37 minutes ago • 6 minutes of reading • 14 comments Author Salman Rushdie gestures during a press conference ahead of the presentation of his book ‘Two Years Eight Months and Twenty Eight Nights’ at the Niemeyer Center in Aviles, Spain on October 7, 2015. Photo by Eloy Alonso/Files /Reuters Content of the article MAYVILLE, N.Y.…

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