Salman Rushdie Stabbed: Salman Rushdie Stabbed in New York, author’s life in doubt

Salman Rushdie Stabbed: Salman Rushdie Stabbed in New York, author’s life in doubt

Since 1980, the writer Salman Rushdie was in danger of his death. Even Salman Rushdie has expressed his apprehension about that in some of his writings recently.

Since 1980, Rushdie feared for his life. He has even expressed his apprehension about this in some of his recent writings. Salman Rushdie. One of the most famous writers of the English language of this period. Everyone is stunned when he finally gets stabbed. Suddenly attacked with a knife while giving a speech on stage. The incident happened. in New York.

Booker-winning author Salman Rushdie was seriously injured in this attack. The writer was taken to the hospital soon after the incident.

Indian-born but British-citizen writer Salman Rushdie has been living in the United States for the past 20 years. Seventy-five-year-old Rushdie was attacked in an institution called Chautauqua in New York. After the incident, the theater was evacuated on an emergency basis. According to New York police sources, the attacker has been arrested. People around the world are concerned about the author of The Satanic Verses.

Rushdie’s fourth novel was published in 1988. The novel, titled ‘The Satanic Verses’, became the source of a large-scale controversy worldwide. After the publication of the book, Muslims in several countries protested. Death threats are also issued to the writer from some quarters.

Iran’s supreme religious leader, Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, issued a fatwa against Rushdie on February 14, 1989 for writing this book. But Rushdie continued to write in this suffocating environment. He has given birth to all the excellent writings one after another. He was hailed as one of the best Indian writers in the English language.

He achieved success from the very beginning of his writing career. In 2007, Queen Elizabeth II awarded him the title of ‘Knight Bachelor’ for his outstanding contribution to literature.
At the same time, in 2008, ‘The Times’ ranked 13th in the list of the best 50 British writers since 1945.