Malala is now a daughter of the United Nations

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  1. W.G.Ewald

    W.G.Ewald Defence Professionals/ DFI member of 2 Defence Professionals

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    Malala is now a daughter of the United Nations

     
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    too much focus on this girl.


    she should thank taliban for this
     
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    rock127 Maulana Rockullah Senior Member

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    And what EXACTLY the so called "UN" is going to do to stop girls becoming "Malala"? :hmm:
     
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    i have full faith in her paki blood, she will become anti west activist when adult and her brothers will become jihadi bombers
     
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    rock127 Maulana Rockullah Senior Member

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    Just saw the below...

    "Malala, Khaleda and Hasina are characterless: Hefajat E Islam Hujur"

    One of the Hefajat E Islam hujur termed Pakistani girl Malala who was shot by Taleban as characterless along with Hasina and Khaleda Zia as they dnt follow the Islamic dress code. Regarding Malala he said that she was not only characterless but also was trying to bring out other woman from inside houses to do the same which eventually created anger on her not because she wanted to go to school. When it was reminded to the hujur that Malala always wear hijab and so the other girls of her area then the he said that dress might have been enough for Bangladesh but not in a place from where she belongs. All the girl must wear dress fully covering themselves except certain portion of hand, foot and face, if any one dnt follow that then he will say themselve characterless. When the question was raised about PM Hasina and Opposition leader Khaleda Zia he said they are the same even though initially he tried to avoid answering the question but he did not answer the question what is his opinion about Khaleda and Hasina's leadership as according to them female leadership is haram (prohibited).

    Regarding sculpture he said all sort of sculpture is haram and should not be built and destroyed. When he was reminded that in Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Egypt and Iran there are sculptures and even Saudi King and VC of Al Azhar University of Egypt permitted it, he replied he does not care what they say or whether those countries have sculptures. He just want ban of all sort of sculpture in Bangladesh.

    He said that if they able to come into power they will introduce islamic law in the country which will bring everyone to follow shairah law. He gave the example of Iran where woman used to roam nude but after introduction of Shairah law everyone are now wearing burkha and hijab. He also gave the example of Khandakar Mushtaq who used to wear tupi which lead to all other government official to wear that. He mentioned that they want to come to power through a movement and eventually by election. For this he gave the example of Ershad downfall and 1990 movement.

    When he was asked what is his opinion about war crime trial and banning Jamaat for the genocide they carried on 1971, he did not provide any clear answer. He said why Government wants to ban Jamaat we need to see that. Is it because government is incapable to contest against it or because they broke the existing law and constitution. It will never be accepted if government wants to impose a verdict of hanging by putting some people in the street and demanding capital punishment. In this case the judge's pen can not give any other verdict apart from hanging. He said that why government wants to target only the war criminal of his party (should have been said Jamaat) when government has ******* as home minister which he said told by Bongobir Kader Siddiqui. When he was asked why they are not providing any proof for it he could not provide any logical explanation.

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    That is unfair. You almost sound like Musharraf who said people like Muktharan mai like to get raped so that they can get international attention. Like, Malala intentionally got shot to get UN protection?
    It is not her fault that she has come to symbolize a deep social Malaise that is gnawing the very innards of a country.
     
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    That is again an unfair comment without understanding the gravity of the situation that the girl faces.
     
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    This girl gets more than wats she ever imagined in wildest dream
     
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    And she may not have imagined in her wildest dreams that she would survive a bullet in her head!
     
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    it clearly means,it was Taliban''s bullet ,which changed her fortune. she should thank taliban first than Allah tala for this fortune
     
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    You cannot hold it against her that she survived a cold blooded murder attempt. And unless she was moved out of that darkest corner in the whole world she would have been dead several times over now!
    And give some credit to her courage... she still talks of girls' education. You and me would have been silenced forever.
     
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    In India to get publicity the girl take off her clothes,but our neighbours girls take bullets to be in limelight :)

    Whatever happen to Pakistan or Pakistanis cannot make me shed even a tear, because I have an unconditional love for them.
     

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