International Committee for the Defence of Salman Rushdie and his Publishers
Comité international pour la défense de l'auteur des Versets sataniques et des ses éditeurs
1989, London (UK), as an ad hoc committee expected to be short-term. Also referred to as: International Rushdie Defence Committee; International Salman Rushdie Committee. Ceased to exist, Oct 1998, Norway, on lifting of the fatwa against Rushdie.
Defend the right of freedom of expression as set out in Universal Declaration of Human Rights.Available with paid subscription only.
Challenges world leaders to pressure Islamic leaders to retract threats made against Salman Rushdie and others.
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