سلمان رشدي. آيات شيطانية

Shame won France's Best Foreign Book and was a close runner-up for the Booker Prize Rushdie called for a reform in Islam in a guest opinion piece printed in and in mid-August 2005: What is needed is a move beyond tradition, nothing less than a reform movement to bring the core concepts of Islam into the modern age, a Muslim Reformation to combat not only the jihadist ideologues but also the dusty, stifling seminaries of the traditionalists, throwing open the windows to let in much-needed fresh air
Rushdie includes fictional television and movie characters in some of his writings UK politics [ ] In the 1980s, in the United Kingdom, he was a supporter of the , and championed measures to end racial discrimination and alienation of immigrant youth and racial minorities

We all live within and with these narratives.

ما لا تعرفه عن سلمان رشدي..من هو؟ سيرته الذاتية، إنجازاته وأقواله، معلومات عن سلمان رشدي.
On 12 May 2006, Rushdie was a guest host on , where he interviewed filmmaker , whose 2005 film, , faced violent protests
آيات شيطانية
… It is people like Gita Sahgal who are the true voices of the human rights movement; Amnesty and Begg have revealed, by their statements and actions, that they deserve our contempt
سلمان رشدي
He had a backstage pass and he used it as often as possible
Maddie Crum 7 January 2015 , , 6 April 2008
In response to the protests, on 22 January 1989 Rushdie published a column in that called Muhammad "one of the great geniuses of world history," but noted that Islamic doctrine holds Muhammad to be human, and in no way perfect Scott Stewart 22 July 2010

" Despite the threats on Rushdie personally, he said that his family has never been threatened, and that his mother, who lived in during the later years of her life, even received outpourings of support.

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ما لا تعرفه عن سلمان رشدي..من هو؟ سيرته الذاتية، إنجازاته وأقواله، معلومات عن سلمان رشدي.
‭BBC Arabic‬
Murtagh, Peter 15 February 1989
سلمان رشدی
" After Midnight's Children, Rushdie wrote 1983 , in which he depicts the political turmoil in , basing his characters on and General