Suddenly, the life of Indian novelist Salman Rushdie changed forever. When the verdict of Ayatollah Ali Khamenei was declared a death sentence, the intersection of his life was reduced in his normal way of life. Suddenly he has to go and go to the security guard. A long time ago, Iran announced an execution; But Rushdie's life did not return to normalcy. 30 years have passed since the punishment.
In a recent interview with Paris, Rushdie said in an interview with the French news agency Agence France-Presse: "I do not want to live in secret." In September this interview he said, "I was 41 then. Now everything is going now." Sadly he said, "This (death penalty) is very old … Now there are many things to be scared of."
Salman Rushdie, after a few Rabindrant Tagore, was considered the most powerful writer in India. Iran's religious leader Khamenei declared a death sentence on February 14, 1989 against the authors for insulting Islam in "satanic verses." At that time there were widespread protests in Muslim countries. Then, for 13 years, he had to go around with a full police force under another name. On September 11, 2001, he stopped using a pseudonym. Three years later, Tehran canceled his execution.
But last September, when Rushdie was in an interview with Agence France-Presse, he looked armed in the white garment in his office in Paris. Several armed guards are seen in the office. But before Rushdie said at the Paris Book Fair, he lived a normal life in New York. Where he lived for almost two decades.