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Iran state media PRAISES Salman Rushdie’s attacker


Iran’s deranged theocratic dictatorship has gleefully celebrated the sickening attack on Salman Rushdie yesterday, hailing the calling the British author an ‘apostate’ and ‘heretic’ whose controversial novel The Satanic Verses ‘blasphemed’ the Prophet Muhammad. 

Rushdie, 75, was stabbed multiple times including once in the eye on stage in upstate New York – more than 30 years after the regime in Tehran issued a fatwa, or edict, calling for the murder of the writer and anyone involved with the publication of the 1988 novel.

The fatwa forced Sir Salman to go into hiding for a decade under an alias and round-the-clock police protection – and sparked worldwide riots and book-burnings. 

Last night Iranian state media celebrated the shocking attack on Rushdie, calling him a ‘depraved heretic-writer’ and ‘apostate author’. An apostate is the term for someone who renounces a religious belief, which in Islamic theology is punishable by death. 

FARS News, another regime-owned outlet, also…



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