The Guardian took the Rushdie conversation out of context, Imran Khan

Islamabad/London (Monitoring Desk JTN) The Guardian took the Rushdie

Former Prime Minister and Chairman Pakistan Tehreek Insaaf Imran

Khan has said that The Guardian presented my conversation about

the cursed Salman Rushdie out of context. I had refused to

participate in the seminar on inviting the cursed Salman Rushdie to

India. In his video message, Imran Khan said, “In the interview, I

explained the Islamic method of punishing the insolent Messenger.”

Imran condemned the knife attack on Rushdie, The Guardian

Referred to the tragedy of Sialkot. It is in this context that Rushdie

spoke. Earlier, in an interview with the Guardian newspaper, former

Prime Minister Imran Khan has condemned the knife attack on

Salman Rushdie, who was allegedly condemned in the attack in

America, and said that the anger of Muslims against the author is

understandable, but the attacks It is not justified.

Rushdie understood because he belonged to a Muslim family

According to the British newspaper Guardian, Imran Khan said

during the interview that “I think it is terrible, sad.” According to the

British newspaper Guardian, Imran Khan said that Salman Rushdie

understood because he belonged to a Muslim family. He knows the

love, respect and reverence of the Prophet who resides in our hearts.

happened According to the doctors, cursed Salman Rushdie was

transferred to the hospital in critical condition, where he was

transferred to the ventilator. According to the British newspaper,

Imran Khan said in response to a question that Shahbaz Gul was

targeted because he said was that military officers should not follow

illegal orders.

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The former prime minister said that they are forcing him to say that

he was the one who told him to say that. He said that what they are

doing with Shahbaz Gill is getting the message, they have

threatened our workers, social media workers have been picked up

and they are trying to scare people.

The Guardian took the Rushdie

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