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Dear Mr. Prashant

Reader comment on item: Is Salman Rushdie Now Safe?
in response to reader comment: World as a hostage

Submitted by Debanjan Banerjee (India), Mar 23, 2012 at 13:30

This man Rushdie has just been given too much credit and publicity than he deserves. Someone like Chomsky , Gore Vidal or Howard Zinn or even Asange deserves a lot of credit and good press let alone Nobel prize. This guy Rushdie to my mind has simply been given too much importance. Rushdie just seeks headlines. In my view he should be just forgotten and exposed for what he is , a laughable attention-seeker.

Please answer whether as a fellow Indian whether you are also tired of Rushdie or not ?

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