London “Don’t worry, you’ll be next to die.” The scary warning has been delivered to J.K. Rowlingon Twitter, after Harry Potter’s “mother” posted a message of solidarity to Salman RushdieAnd the Stabbed in upstate New York That day by 24-year-old Hadi Matar.
The British police immediately activated Rowling and cooperated with her. “Terrible. I hope Salman is fine,” the writer wrote in her tweet about Rushdie’s news. Immediately then, among the thousands of messages answered, one caught Rowling’s attention, who told Twitter everything: “Don’t worry, you’ll be next,” tweeted by a certain user, Mir Asif Aziz, who identifies himself as a “Pakistani student.” Born in Karachi in 1999 and a political activist, he has distinguished himself in the past due to his extremist comments.
In the past, Rowling has received death threats, in this case from mutant extremist activists Those who criticized her positions on women, feminism and gender. “They should think instead,” Rowling replied, “that I have received so many death threats that I can cover the walls of my house but have not changed my mind.” The only way to prove that your movement is not. Women,” he wrote to activists for trans rights, “meaning say enough to stalk, intimidate and threaten against us.”
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