Published sources should be provided before moving these back into the article
A writer's home address has little or nothing to do with his ability to write.
If we allow ourselves to be terrorized by fear of the terrorists, then they have won.
In an interview explaining how he managed to maintain a near normal life despite having a fatwa placed upon him.
In regards to that unpleasantness between me and the Ayatollah some years ago... one of us is dead.
From an address at the University of Iowa, 2004
When asked how he felt about his upcoming knighthood, during an address given at Whitman College, Walla Walla, Washington (November 2007)
The ability to be frivolous in a serious time is not to be underestimated.
Nobody has the right to not be offended. That right doesn't exist in any declaration I have ever read. If you are offended it is your problem, and frankly lots of things offend lots of people. I can walk into a bookshop and point out a number of books that I find very unattractive in what they say. But it doesn't occur to me to burn the bookshop down. If you don't like a book, read another book. If you start reading a book and you decide you don't like it, nobody is telling you to finish it. To read a 600-page novel and then say that it has deeply offended you: well, you have done a lot of work to be offended. – OttoMäkelä (talk) 10:46, 22 January 2014 (UTC)
Fundamentalism isn't about religion. It's about power. – OttoMäkelä (talk) 10:46, 22 January 2014 (UTC)