Egypt’s Harassment of writers chills freedom of speech and movement
NEW YORK—Simultaneous developments in the cases of writers Ahmed Naji and Alaa Aswany this weekend are indicative of Egypt's ongoing assault on human rights and free expression, PEN America… More
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Talking about the Salman Rushdie attack, @PENamerica CEO @SuzanneNossel just now on MSNBC said it has stiffened the organization’s resolve. “We are not going to let this silence Salman or any other writers.”
If we don’t defend free speech, we live in tyranny: @SalmanRushdie shows us that, writes @MargaretAtwood https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2022/aug/15/salman-rushdie-free-speech-tyranny-satanic-verses?CMP=share_btn_tw #SalmanRushdie #FreeSpeech
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