When Salman Rushdie wrote his book "Satanic Verses," . . . I suggested that the Muslim community in Britain should initiate legal proceedings in British courts against Rushdie for defaming the family of Prophet Muhammad. . . . Many Muslims all over the world condemned the [January, 2015] terrorist attacks, but they were in pain at the continuous insults to the symbol of the religion by Charlie Hebdo and other media sources. . . . [T]he media could help by not agitating people through outrageous political or cultural publications. That will not diminish the freedom of the press, but it will ensure harmony in the world.