From ‘Introduction: How Salman Rushdie Changed My Life’

Full piece here.

Malik is British, the son of East Asian immigrants, and offers quite a bit of insight about his experiences and the culture that received him:

“The Rushdie affair gave notice not just of a new Islam but also of a new left. Radicals slowly lost faith in secular universalism and began talking instead about multiculturalism and group rights. They became disenchanted with Enlightenment ideas of rationalism and humanism, and many began to decry the Enlightenment as a ‘Eurocentric’ project.”

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Sir Ahmed Salman Rushdie by Nrbelex.

Photo found here by Nrbelex

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