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    1. Salman Rushdie gave this commencement speech at Emory University

    2. First it was Russell Crowe . Then, CNN's Anderson Cooper , who really should have known better . Now, Salman Rushdie, of all people, appears to have fooled by ClickHole, The Onion' s year-old website that aims to parody the likes of BuzzFeed and Upworthy.

    3. Rushdie chastises authors protesting Hebdo tribute

      Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsApr 27 11:06 AM

      NEW YORK (AP) — Salman Rushdie on Monday defended the PEN American Center's plans to honor the magazine Charlie Hebdo, saying the decision of six writers to skip the PEN gala in protest will encourage intimidation.

    4. Author Salman Rushdie has joined fellow Booker Prize winners and celebrated writers like Amitav Ghosh and Margaret Atwood to appeal to Bangladesh government to do “all in its power” to punish the...

    5. Leading authors, including Salman Rushdie and fellow Booker prize winners Margaret Atwood and Yann Martell, called on Bangladesh's government Friday to put an end to a spate of deadly attacks on atheist bloggers. Three bloggers have been hacked to death by suspected Islamist militants since February, with the latest victim, Ananta Bijoy Das, attacked with machetes during morning rush hour in the...

    6. Open Letter to Bangladesh Prime Minister Controversial author Salman Rushdie has joined... Ellen Barry, the South Asia bureau chief of the New York Times, narrates how she travelled...

    7. Author Salman Rushdie has taken issue with a handful of journalists who pulled out of the PEN American Center gala over objections to French satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo receving a special honor at the ceremony. Peter Carey, Michael Ondaatje, Francine Prose and three others withdrew from...

    8. Salman Rushdie is defending the PEN American Center's plans to honor the magazine Charlie Hebdo, saying the decision of six writers to skip the PEN gala in protest will encourage intimidation.

    9. This Week in Fiction: Salman Rushdie

      The New YorkerMay 24 09:19 PM

      Your story in this week’s issue, “ The Duniazát ,” tells the story of a love affair between Ibn Rushd and Dunia, a jinni posing as a young woman. Ibn Rushd was an actual twelfth-century philosopher, born in Córdoba, in what is now Spain—and known in the West as Averroës. What drew you to reimagine him in fiction?

    10. More than 150 writers from around the world, including Mumbai-born Rushdie - whose work has angered Muslims around the world, have expressed their "grave concern" due to this "escalating pattern of violence against writers and journalists who are peacefully expressing their views".

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