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  1. Emma Friedlander, Arts Editor friedlan@grinnell.edu Writing at the crossroads of historical fiction and magical realism, Salman Rushdie’s stories center around connections and migrations between cultures […]

  2. It was the week that saw West Ham win the European Cup Winners' Cup in 1965 and thousands protesting against Salman Rushdie’s book The Satanic Verses, a work accused of blasphemy against Islam in 1989.

  3. A Young British Author on 'The Year of the Runaways'

    The Wall Street JournalMay 12 08:10 PM

    Sunjeev Sahota, hailed as one of Britain’s finest emerging writers, on his novel “The Year of the Runaways.”

  4. A neglected celebrity cause

    CNBCMay 21 08:29 AM

    Celebrities are speaking up about a neglected health issue that affects nearly 200 million people around the world.

  5. Celebrities are speaking up and taking their fight to Capitol Hill about a neglected health issue that affects nearly 200 million people.

  6. Mind the liberal gaps

    The Indian Express via Yahoo! India NewsMay 24 05:02 PM

    India has just witnessed another democratic spectacle: elections in five states, in which three incumbents lost power. Since 1952, India has had 16 national elections and 357 state elections. Until 1989, following democratic theory, the richer and more educated citizens used to vote more than the poorer and the less educated.

  7. Misinterpreting the word 'fatwa'

    العربي الجديدMay 12 03:36 AM

    The word fatwa in its literal sense, denotes an 'answer' or a 'clarification' given by a learned body on a particular issue in the field of Islamic jurisprudence ( fiqh ). Common usage of this word has taken it out of its Islamic religious context to make it mean 'an irrevocable, arbitrary decision'.

  8. Ahmed Jannati regularly leads chants of "death to America," and takes a hardline stance on the hijab and domestic dissent.

  9. The reading, directed by Olivia Wilde, will be held in New York on Friday

  10. Hard-line cleric voted leader of Iran's Assembly of Experts

    Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsMay 24 05:24 AM

    TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — A hard-line Iranian cleric who has been in the country's power structure since its 1979 Islamic Revolution was chosen on Tuesday to lead the Assembly of Experts, a clerical body that picks the country's next supreme leader.

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