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Salman Rushdie rues terror language
Deccan Chronicle

Salman Rushdie slams language of ‘jihadi-cool’

Salman Rushdie Eminent British Indian author Salman Rushdie has attacked the “mangled” language of religion which is turning British Muslims towards extremism. “The language of religion has been horribly mangled in our time, by Christian extremists in ... Asian Age, 1 week ago
Salman Rushdie rues terror language Deccan Chronicle, 1 week ago
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The Telegraph

Threats became everyday as we slipped: Rushdie

Salman Rushdie may not have survived if he published his controversial The Satanic Verses today because the febrile world of the Internet has made death threats commonplace, the author has said. Rushdie, who was placed under a fatwa in 1989 in response to the ...
 The Telegraph1 week ago A Prize With a View  New Indian Express1 week ago Melbourne Writers Festival: Salman Rushdie  ABC Online1 month ago Salman Rushdie on 'The Satanic Verses' and Islamic extremism  ABC Online1 month ago
Vogue India

Very Exciting Really Smooth Expressions

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Acrostics are a clever literary technique Salman Rushdie and Vikram Seth have used it in their poems Acrostics are a clever literary technique Salman Rushdie and Vikram Seth have used it in their poems ...
 The Hindu2 days ago A sea of stories: The literary picks of Salman Rushdie  Vogue India1 month ago Salman Rushdie gets Denmark's top literature award  Prokerala1 month ago Salman Rushdie gets Denmark's top …  Yahoo! India2 months ago
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New Indian Express

Salman Rushdie Attacks Islam's Fanatics

LONDON: Accusations of Islamophobia are being levelled at anyone who dares to speak out against the "hate-filled rhetoric" of Islamist fanaticism, Salman Rushdie has claimed in a speech condemning Isil and "this new age of religious mayhem". ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago 'Jihadi-cool' seduces young men: Rushdie  Sydney Morning Herald1 week ago
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AlertNet

Breaking Bread: Salman Rushdie and Mazen Darwish

Last week's PEN Pinter prize awarded to Salman Rushdie and Syrian human rights activist Mazen Darwish began with a story about potatoes. Ian McEwan's introductory speech, read by the writer Blake Morrison because the novelist was ill, recalled a ...
 Huffington Post5 days ago Detained Syrian rights activist Darwish honoured with PEN award  London South East1 week ago
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AINA

Salman Rushdie condemns IS' 'hate filled religious rhetoric' used to attract British Muslims

Salman Rushdie has condemned the 'hate filled religious rhetoric' that convinces hundreds of British Muslims to join the Islamic State (IS) militants in Iraq and Syria and describes it as the most risky weapon in the world today, towards the death ...
 Siasat Daily1 week ago Salman Rushdie: hate-filled rhetoric of jihadi cool is persuading British Muslims to join Isis The Guardian  MSN News1 week ago Salman Rushdie condemns IS' 'hate …  Yahoo! India1 week ago
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Rushdie condemns ISIS sees problems with Islam

The PEN/Pinter Prize is given to a British writer who shares it with an international writer active in defence of freedom of expression, often at great risk to their own safety. Rushdie chose Syrian journalist, lawyer and human rights defender Mazen Darwish.
 Hindustan Times1 week ago Rushdie condemns ISIS, sees problems with Islam  Hindustan Times1 week ago
First Post.com

Salman Rushdie, who? India's new star author speaks to the masses

Hundredsof freshly printed books sat prominently onthe bursting shelves atNew Delhi'sBahrisons Booksellers, ready for the hordes of eager shoppers expected to snap up the latest novel from Chetan Bhagat, one of India's most
 Yahoo! News1 week ago From Salman Rushdie to Chetan Bhagat: The navratna of new Indian storytelling  First Post.com2 months ago
Advertising Age

Meet One of GE's First Content Marketers: Kurt Vonnegut

Over the years, the world of copywriting has hosted many great men of letters. Salman Rushdie and Don DeLillo both worked for Ogilvy & Mather; F . Scott Fitzgerald wrote streetcar sign slogans for a small firm in New York; Helen Gurley Brown wrote ...
 Advertising Age5 days ago

Moving from halal to tayyib

Rushdi Siddiqui (Participation Finance/Banking) / 28 September 2014 Are Muslims compromising on purity by opting for permissibility? The issue of animal welfare is an important ...
 Khaleej Times3 weeks ago Halal on Alibaba  Khaleej Times1 month ago
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