Salman Rushdie breaks silence after attack: I have PTSD, nightmares
Author Salman Rushdie spoke out for the first time since being brutally stabbed last summer at a literary event in western New York, saying he suffers post-traumatic stress from the “colossal” attack that left him partially blind.
“There is such a thing as PTSD, you know,” he told the New Yorker in his first interview since he was stabbed 15 times by a lone-wolf Islamic fanatic, who copped to the attempted assassination last summer in a jailhouse interview with The Post.
“I’ve found it very, very difficult to write. I sit down to write, and nothing...