The latest developments in Salman Rushdie’s health condition, according to his agent

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was Salman Rushdie He is about to give a lecture on freedom of creativity at the Institute of chutaqua western New YorkOn Friday, when a young man attacked him with a knife directing at least 10 stab wounds to his neck and face.

Immediately, Rushdi, 75, was taken to the hospital, due to the stab wounds that caused serious injuries, and it was necessary to put him on a respirator.

His agent, Andrew Wiley, wrote in an email to "Reuters": "They removed his respirator, and the road to recovery began".

He stressed that the recovery will be long, as the injuries are serious, but his condition is moving in the right direction".

And indications of the improvement of Rushdie’s condition began, on Saturday, when he tweeted:"Twitter" Rushdie’s colleague, writer Ayesh Tayseer, said his condition had improved.

Tayseer Rushdi wrote: He started speaking and"Flirting"but he still suffers from serious injuries, and later he deleted the tweet, but Rushdie’s agent confirmed the correctness of the information that Tayseer said.

It is noteworthy that the suspect in the incident, Hadi Matar, was accused of trying to kill Rushdie, the author of a novel "Satanic Verses"However, he pleaded not guilty.

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was Salman Rushdie He is about to give a lecture on freedom of creativity at the Institute of chutaqua western New YorkOn Friday, when a young man attacked him with a knife directing at least 10 stab wounds to his neck and face.

Immediately, Rushdi, 75, was taken to the hospital, due to the stab wounds that caused serious injuries, and it was necessary to put him on a respirator.

“They removed his ventilator, and the road to recovery began,” his agent, Andrew Wiley, wrote in an email to Reuters.

He stressed that the recovery will be long, as the injuries are serious, but his condition is moving in the right direction.

And indications of the improvement of Rushdie’s condition began, on Saturday, when Rushdie’s colleague, writer Ayesh Tayseer, tweeted on Twitter that his condition had improved.

Tayseer wrote Rushdie, he started talking and “joking”, but he still suffers from serious injuries, and later he deleted the tweet, but Rushdi’s agent confirmed the correctness of the information that Tayseer said.

It is noteworthy that the suspect in the incident, Hadi Matar, was accused of attempting to kill Rushdie, the author of the novelSatanic VersesHowever, he pleaded not guilty.

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