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BILL MOYERS

Faith & Reason: Salman Rushdie

  • Aired: 07/22/2006
  • 53:39
  • Rating: NR
Bill Moyers' conversation with Salman Rushdie illuminates the importance of the freedom of belief in what some are calling an era of intolerance. Rushdie, who was forced underground when his controversial novel The Satanic Verses resulted in death threats and a fatwa by Ayatollah Khomeini, discusses his work, his craft, and his perspective on the fear, violence and intolerance that grip our times.
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Salman Rushdie on the importance of the freedom of belief.
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