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Why not SIR Dan Brown ?

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in response to reader comment: To Syed Rafey: My reaction to your mail

Submitted by Syed Mohammad Humayun (Pakistan), Jul 4, 2007 at 12:53

If Rushdie met the criteria to receive Knighthood then why not Dan Brown (author of the best seller "Da Vinci Code", http://www.danbrown.com/novels/davinci_code/reviews.html) ? is'nt that strange ?! ..... now you get to know the double standards of west's "Freedom of Speech" ?

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