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Iranian newspapers praise attack on Sir Salman Rushdie that left him on a ventilator

Iranian newspapers praise attack on Sir Salman Rushdie that left him on a ventilator

Author Sir Salman is on a ventilator and unable to speak after being stabbed in the neck as he was about to give a speech in New York on Friday afternoon Hardline Iranian newspapers have praised the knife attack on Sir Salman Rushdie, whose novel The Satanic Verses has drawn death threats...

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