14 February, 2009 The Rushdie fatwa 20 years later Rushdie: I’m glad I wrote Satanic Verses at BreakingNews.ie referring to this interview Geoffrey Wheatcroft on Reflections on a fatwa in the International Herald Tribune Lisa Appignanesi on The Satanic Verses at 20 at Index on Censorship; and listen to her here on the Guardian website Bernard-Henri Lévy on Emblem of Darkness at Index on Censorship Anniversary of Rushdie book fatwa on the BBC Satanic Verses‘ polarising untruths on the BBC What happened to the book burners? on the BBC Matthew d’Ancona on How we got here in The Spectator Andrew Anthony on How one book ignited a culture war in The Guardian Salman Rushdie and a fatwa woman on Looking for Words The Satanic Verses Still Have Something to Say as Freedom of Expression Remains Threatened (pdf) at Article XIX Unwritten books, unshown art on this blog Sharing is caringTwitterFacebookLinkedInRedditMoreEmailPinterestPocketPrintTumblr Related Posts Cowengate: no use crying over spilt milk Beware, unintended consequences On World Press Freedom Day, the inevitable calls for reform of Irish defamation law focus on the wrong issues About The Author Eoin Dr Eoin O'Dell is a Fellow and Associate Professor of Law at Trinity College Dublin. 2 Comments Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Website: Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.