In The Face Of Anti-Islam Film 'Innocence Of Muslims,' Iran Renews Death Threats Against Salman Rushdie

In The Face Of Anti-Islam Film 'Innocence Of Muslims,' Iran Renews Death Threats Against Salman Rushdie

Tehrān : Iran | Sep 16, 2012 at 5:45 PM PDT
Source: International Business Times
Views: Pending
In light of the attention being given the controversial anti-Islam film "Innocence of Muslims," Iran's Ayatollah Hassan Sanei has renewed the country's threat against author Salman Rushdie. Share This Story Sanei -- who is the personal representative of Iran's supreme leader, Ayatollah Sayyid... FULL ARTICLE AT International Business Times
  • Clear
  • Share:
  • Share
  • Clear
  • Clear
  • Clear
  • Clear
  • Credibility
  • Wait... Flag

News Stories

  • 'Iran will pursue makers of anti-Islam film'

      Time of India
    Iran's government will "track down" those responsible for making an amateurish film clip mocking the Prophet Mohammad, a senior official said, Iranian media reported on Monday. The video made in California and posted on YouTube portrayed the Prophet...
  • Iran urges West to take action on anti-Islam film

      Minneapolis Star Tribune
    Iran's top leader is urging the West to show it respects Muslims by blocking a film that mocks the Prophet Muhammad and has touched off rage across the Islamic world. State TV quotes Ayatollah Ali Khamenei as saying Western leaders must prove they...
  • Salman Rushdie feels hurt by rebuffs by India

      Daily News & Analysis
    Salman Rushdie feels "hurt" by the "rebuffs" given to him by India where his books are rejected for university syllabus on the grounds that he was "not really" an Indian writer. "What kind of rebuff" from India had "hurt him a lot", he was asked...
  • Innocence of Muslims Protests: Salman Rushdie Death Bounty up $500,000

      International Business Times
    The bounty on Rushdie head has been brought up to $3.3m (Reuters) The fatwa against Salman Rushdie has been revived in the wake of spreading Muslim anger over a crude anti-Islamic film. A powerful Iranian ayatollah has increased the bounty on the...
  • Iran fatwa 'prologue' to ongoing anti-US protests: Salman Rushdie

      Indian Express
    Rushdie was forced to go into hiding after Irans Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khomeini issued a fatwa calling for his death in 1989 following the publication of his book The Satanic Verses. "I always said that what happened to me was a prologue and there...
  • Verses 'would not be printed now'

    Satanic Verses 'would not be published today' Sir Salman said writers and publishers needed to 'be braver' Sir Salman Rushdie has said he does not think his 1988 novel The Satanic Verses would be published today because of a climate of "fear and...

More From Allvoices

Most Commented Reports

Use of this site is governed by our Terms of Use Agreement and Privacy Policy.

© Allvoices, Inc. 2008-2014. All rights reserved. Powered by PulsePoint.