Malala Yusufzai: Victim of Barbaric Terror and Dirty Politics

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    Yes left side of her face does look sagged ..
    She will improve with time..Not to worry..
    The worst is over..I am glad to see her back....
     
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    Pakistan need to bring the war to an end with no mercy to Taliban. :angry:

    If they survive they will be used by West to bring Instability in Pakistan.
     
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    Chunda! If you have any links in 11 corps Peshawar, then confirm it from them. Secondly no one said that she wasnt shot, but the fact is she was never fatally wounded. All to defame taliban? Or to justify America's WOT........ non of my concern.
     
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    These arnt even Talibans, talibs are in afghanistan .. these are the local tribal thugs and so called prechers of islam which are being used as proxy war agents by cia mosad and raw to wage terror across Pakistan. This is against tribal and Pakistani culture to attack women and children.
     
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    God is on the side of the just and caring. He is the Most Compassionate the Most Merciful.



    This is so sad. Nobody should hurt children like this. These animals and their twisted crude false interpertation of Islam. Do these cowards not read the Qur'an or understand it?

    In the Qur'an it is very clear...

    (ABDLH.YUSUF ALI) -- Al-Imran, 3:78, Al-Qur’an:

    There is among them a section who distort the Book with their tongues: (As they read) you would think it is a part of the Book, but it is no part of the Book; and they say, “That is from Allah,” but it is not from Allah: It is they who tell a lie against Allah, and (well) they know it!

    3. Al-i-’Imran | English Translations of Al-Quran

    And who knows how many other innocent childern they have killed/injured and did not make the news.

    If I was Kayani I would have moblized 300,000 troops and ordered them to hunt and to execute each and every Taliban member, and then have their deceased bodies hung from their necks on public display till nothing is left but skull and bones. That shall be a reminder and warning to those who support or who are members of the Taliban.
     
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    London (CNN) -- Pakistani police are searching for two youths suspected of shooting a teenage activist for girls' education and the man they believe drove them to the scene, the country's interior minister said Sunday.
    "The guys who actually made this assassination attempt, they were two young boys," Rehman Malik said. But he said they were brought to Malala Yousufzai's hometown of Swat by Atta Ullah Khan, a 23-year-old man identified by police as their primary suspect.
    Malik said one of the youths distracted the driver of the car that carried Malala, while the other asked a bystander to identify her.
    "Obviously they had done their homework," Malik told CNN in London. "They had seen the vehicle of Malala going up and down, and accordingly they acted on that."
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    Police said last week that they had arrested six men in connection with the shooting, but were still searching for Khan, who was studying for a master's degree in chemistry.
    Malik defended the investigation into the shooting, telling CNN, "Within 24 hours we were in a position to identify almost everybody." And he rejected calls from some in Pakistan to bring the country's military to bear on the attackers, saying "A military solution is not the solution."
    The 15-year-old Malala initially gained international attention in 2009, writing a blog about her life as the Taliban gained a foothold in her home region, in northwest Pakistan near the border with Afghanistan. Taliban leaders claimed responsibility for the shooting, but they don't appear to have anticipated the level of condemnation it would provoke.
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    Thousands of people in Pakistan and elsewhere have attended rallies and vigils honoring her courage and praying for her recovery. Malik called her "the pride of Pakistan" and said "we would love her to come back."
    He said police had offered to protect Malala three times before the incident, but her father had refused. He said her entire family would be under guard when they return to Pakistan after her treatment, for which the government will pay.
    He said that will require two cordons of police -- female officers to surround Malala, with male officers surrounding the female contingent. But he added, "I assure to the world community that when she goes back, we do have the ability to protect her."
    Malik is scheduled to visit Malala on Monday in her hospital in Birmingham, England, where she is recovering from her head wound. He'll also meet with the foreign ministers of Britain and the United Arab Emirates, which provided the air ambulance that flew Malala to the United Kingdom.
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    Malala was shot at point-blank range while on her way home from school on October 9. She was flown to Britain six days later. Her father, Ziauddin Yousufzai, visited her in Birmingham last week and described her survival as a "miracle for us."
    Malik said she and her parents can stay in the UK as long as needed, "until she is fully rehabilitated." He said she had asked for her school books so she can study for exams, which he said will be given to her when she returns.
     
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    So now these conspiracy idiots are saying she wasn't shot in the head? She was shot in the shoulder is why she was able to recover so fast?

    wow, just wow. They can't take this kid recovering, they are no different than the savages they defend, they might as well be the savages who pulled the trigger on this poor child.
     
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    Malala inspired many across Pakistan.
     
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    Malala Yousaf Zai is just a child, but treated like a terrorist by terrorist. It was really great to see the response for her from the fellow country men. What sorry to say that some of us, my mean the so called social media users believe that it was drama set by Americans. When we are change over selves. why we see everything as a scandal and blame others rather accepting our own deeds.
     
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    Suspect's sister apologizes for attack on Malala


    From Aamir Iqbal for CNN

    updated 1:14 PM EST, Mon November 5, 2012

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    Malala Yousufzai poses Friday with her father, Ziauddin and her two brothers Atal Khan and Khushal Khan in a British hospital.

    Swat Valley, Pakistan (CNN) -- The sister of a man suspected in the shooting of Pakistani teenager Malala Yousufzai has apologized to the victim.

    "Please convey a message to Malala, that I apologize for what my brother did to her," Rehana Haleem told CNN on Sunday in an exclusive interview here about her brother, Attah Ullah Khan, 23. "He has brought shame on our family. We have lost everything after what he did."

    Police have said they were searching for Khan and two boys, whom authorities have not identified.

    Since age 11, Malala had been encouraging her fellow Pakistanis to stand up to the Taliban, who were trying to push girls from classrooms.

    On October 9, Malala -- who is now 15 -- was on her school van in the Taliban-held Swat Valley when thugs stopped the vehicle and jumped on board. They demanded that other girls riding identify Malala. They shot two girls, who suffered non-life-threatening injuries, and fired at Malala, striking her in the head and neck, according to officials.

    "What he did was intolerable," Haleem said. "Malala is just like my sister. I'd like to express my concern for Malala on behalf of my whole family; I hope she recovers soon and returns to a happy and normal life as soon as possible. I hope Malala doesn't consider me or my family as enemies. I don't consider Atta Ullah my brother anymore."

    A day after the attack, security forces searched the family's house, seizing documents and pictures, and taking Haleem and her family to a nearby house equipped with bars on the doors and windows, she said.

    The officers asked where Atta Ullah was and whether his sister knew how to reach him by cell phone, but she said she told them she did not.

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    "I was pregnant and sick," she said. "Then, finally, after a day or two, they released me and my husband and told me they were letting me go only because I was sick."

    Haleem spoke to CNN from her home in Warhi Mast Malik Abad, a village on the outskirts of the city of Mingora, where the attack tookplace.

    After the couple were released, they returned to the house, where she gave birth to a daughter, she said.

    Five days later, the army again raided the house, this time taking away only her husband.

    Haleem said her husband, her aged mother, her uncle and another brother remain in custody.

    Haleem said she had little doubt that her brother was involved in the shooting.


    "If he was innocent, he would have come back and claimed he was innocent and come to the aid of his mother and our family," she said. "His behavior is that of a guilty man. How could he abandon us?"



    Her culture considers raising a hand against a woman to be dishonorable, she said, adding, "Let alone a man who tries to kill a woman."

    Police said last month that they had arrested six men in connection with the shooting but were still searching for Khan, whom they said was pursuing his master's degree in chemistry.

    Malala is recovering in a hospital in Birmingham, England. "She is lucky to be alive," Dr. Dave Rosser, the medical director of University Hospitals Birmingham, told reporters late last month.

    Read more: Pakistan to honor girls injured in Malala attack

    But she does not appear to have suffered significant brain damage and "she shouldn't need to be in hospital for more than a few weeks, maybe a couple of months at the most," he said.

    When Malala was 11, she worked with the BBC and published a blog in 2009 detailing her struggles to attend school in Swat.

    In January of that year, the Taliban issued an edict ordering that no school should educate girls.

    After the shooting, the Taliban issued a statement online saying that, if Malala were to survive, they would attack her again.

    If Malala returns to Pakistan, guards will protect her and her family, Pakistan's interior minister, Rehman Malik, has said.

    Suspect's sister apologizes for attack on Malala - CNN.com
     
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