Famed writer Salman Rushdie continues restoration after brutal assault
Bestselling writer Salman Rushdie was attacked Friday as he was about to
provide a lecture on the Chautauqua Establishment, a nonprofit training
heart in western New York, struggling stab wounds to the neck and stomach.
Rushdie's agent, Andrew Wylie, stated the author was on a ventilator Friday
night, with a broken liver, severed nerves in an arm and a watch he was more
likely to lose. The suspect was recognized as a 24-year-old man from Fairview,
New Jersey. Officers didn't "have any indication of a motivation at the moment.
Rushdie, a Indian-born British-American novelist, has authored greater than
a dozen books. His guide "The Satanic Verses" has been banned in Iran for
the reason that late Nineteen Eighties, and plenty of Muslims take into
account it blasphemous. He was a goal of Iran's late Supreme Chief Ayatollah