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Progressive censorship is headed down the same path as the ‘Rushdie bounty hunters’

4 June 2023

10:15 AM

4 June 2023

10:15 AM

Salman Rushdie did not die. Attempts to murder the author have been numerous, but Hadi Matar is the one charged with sticking the knife in deepest while Rushdie was on stage in New York.

As Matar stares down an attempted murder charge, Rushdie has made a remarkable resurrection worthy of any prophet – in this case, a prophet of free speech.

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