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Submitted by Dariush Afshar (United States), Feb 7, 2018 at 00:09

I am glad you're aware of this and have already read this outstanding work. For your more knowledge, this book was written and published in Iran during his majesty's dynasty and many clergies were standing against it, while many other books written to condemn the quran and sharia and mohammad, also have been written abroad which never could be published in Iran.

Salman Rushdie was seemingly new brand of this movement, because the majority were not aware enough and could not be notified well about the other former writings on islam.

This was because censorship and religious controlled society.

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