Salman Rushdie receives German peace prize for defending freedom of thought

  • Rushdie honored as ‘passionate defender of freedom of thought and expression’ by Peace Prize of the German Book Trade jury.
  • Previous recipients include Margaret Atwood, Chinua Achebe, and Susan Sontag.
  • Established in 1949, the prize intends to reward individuals opposing dangerous threats to peace and understanding.
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