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Deedat, Ahmed

How Rushdie fooled the West. The Satanic Verses unexpurgated

Islamic Propagation Centre International, Woodside NY. 1989, 24p. in wraps, cover has depiction of Rushdie as a devil wearing a jester's cap. Describes "The Satanic Verses" as "the shit which Rushdie has excreted;" alleges that gang rapes of white women have occurred after impressionable young people heard portions of the book read in public. Notes that the majority of Christians and Jews are "perverted transgressors," but urges fellow Muslims to stop the public marches and book burnings because they "are giving the enemies of Islam gleeful sadistic pleasures." Deedat, a South African Muslim of Indian descent, founded the Islamic Propagation Centre.

Cat.No: 185790

Price: $20.00

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