Salman Rushdie denounces 'disgusting' film9/17/2012
If Nakoula Basseley Nakoula — the ex-convict behind the anti-Islam hate film "The Innocence of Muslims" — had hoped to find an ally in writer Salman Rushdie (who was himself the target of a fatwa imposed by the late Iranian leader Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini in 1989), he should keep looking. Rushdie, promoting his new book about life under the death sentence, said today that the film is part of "an outrage industry" and a "disgraceful little malevolent thing." Rushdie is perhaps not an entirely impartial judge: In the wake of the riots that have greeted the film, an Iranian organization has upped the bounty on Rushdie by a half-million dollars, to $3.3 million. [Source]
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