Viral Link New Full video of Salman Rushdie attack shows audience pandemonium

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A new video has emerged showing the stabbing of author Salman Rushdie.

The footage – which begins just seconds after the incident – shows chaos in the Chautauqua Institute auditorium where the famous author was attacked on stage.

It was posted on Facebook by Stephen Davies, who was in the audience.

Rushdie was stabbed 15 times and doctors said he was put on a ventilator and is likely to lose an eye, according to reports.

“The Tragedy at Chautauqua Institution Today.” I was there when Salman Rushdie was attacked. I started shooting this video about 10-15 seconds later. Terrible,” Davies said in a Facebook post that aired the footage.

“I was really in shock. I was maybe 60 feet away from the incident.” I saw the attacker jump up on the stage and go straight to Mr. Rushdie and start beating him up is the best way to describe it. It hit him too hard. I couldn’t tell he had a knife,” Davies, a Brooklyn city planner, told The Post.

“Maybe 10 or 12 people in the audience immediately got on stage and got into it and it was over very quickly. We were just in shock.”

The video shows audience members rushing to the stage as others form a protective cover around Rushdie. More is seen on the video footage, while an audible gasp is heard off-screen. At the same time, he can be seen in public pointing at the attacker.

The audience can then be heard cheering as the writer is helped off the stage.

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Footage captured by Stephen Davies shows author Salman Rushdie being brutally stabbed by alleged attacker Hadi Matar.

“Well done Rushdie!” a man could be heard shouting. The event organizer then told the crowd to disperse over a loudspeaker and called for a “moment of silence”.

“Because of what just happened, we want to clear the hall and we want to do it calmly and carefully,” said the organizer.

Rushdie looked over his shoulder decades after Iran’s revolutionary leader Ayatollah Khomeini called for his death following the publication of his 1988 novel The Satanic Verses. The suspect, Hadi Matar, 24, of New Jersey, is said to be sympathetic to the Iranian regime. .