As the final announcement of Nobel Peace Prize comes near, Malala Yousafzai is once again among the top trends in Pakistan. Despite all the attempts to discredit her, she still retains global acceptance and following. Having already received some of the most prestigious awards in the world, she will remain in the news for days to come.
On her 16th birthday she got the honour to talk in front of the UN, She is the Harvard Humanitarian of the Year 2013.
"My goal is not to get a Nobel Peace Prize. My goal is to get peace." – #Malala speaking to @MishalHusainBBC @BBCPanorama
— The Girl Effect (@girleffect) October 7, 2013
May U Insha Allah Shine in a Million Zones! #Malala Yousafzai is Harvard Humanitarian of the year http://t.co/zNKx00rY4X via @harvard
— Nasim Zehra (@NasimZehra) September 24, 2013
Ambassador of Conscience Award
Proud of her! @KhabarKiDUNYA: #Malala receives Ambassador of Conscience Award #Dunyatv pic.twitter.com/qKmfhdgRe9"#Pakistan
— sherryrehman (@sherryrehman) September 18, 2013
Malala as a Global Citizen
Malala, vision and strength we can all learn from – Congrats on receiving the Global Citizen Award! #Malala #CGI2013 pic.twitter.com/xHfJhVg2aX
— Rania Al Abdullah (@QueenRania) September 26, 2013
An inspiration for worldwide education for girls
Meet the refugee girls in #Lebanon who Skyped with #Malala on power of education. Via @CNN http://t.co/dUofYc6LDy #childrenofsyria
— UNICEF (@UNICEF) September 11, 2013
Malala’s Autobiography: You will soon get to read her journey in her own words
Shot by the Taliban yet lived to tell her tale – my book with #Malala out today pic.twitter.com/s9GA53q5bD
— christinalamb (@christinalamb) October 8, 2013
So now she is a girl to reckon with, while the world takes every moment to praise her, Pakistan is (like always) following the opposite route.
What does everything think of this list of ten most hated people in Pakistan? #Malala is #4 http://t.co/cMbGZx8NAW
— Mehreen Zahra-Malik (@mehreenzahra) October 8, 2013
Since everyone is interviewing #Malala, can we stop calling it 'exclusive.' #JustASuggestion
— Benazir Shah (@Benazir_Shah) October 8, 2013
Her future plans aren’t a treat for many
#Malala wants to bcm a politician?oh plz!v already hav enough crap!
— Ansa Shahid (@ansashahid7) October 8, 2013
There are others standing with her more sensibly
Easier to hate #Malala for not shutting up & disappearing than 2 accept this country has to change roots upwards if it is to have a future.
— Yasser Hashmi (@YasserHashmi) October 8, 2013
Blame her for everything. Just don't blame the Talib who shot her. #Malala
— Azad Pashtun (@AzadPashtun) October 8, 2013
Standing for girls education in third world and speaking loudly takes a lot of courage, especially whn u r threatened again & again. #Malala
— Taqi Mehran (@taqimehran) October 8, 2013
The conspiracies never rest
When #Malala story is fashioned & sold by war criminals of West, it certainly is not easy to digest http://t.co/VPTfaOUVE2
— Sohaib Talal (@sohaibtalal1) October 8, 2013
We are always surrounded by our shadows
Why #MALALA is being so importance,?why we are forgetting that the foreign people who are supporting her were our enemies ??
— Marwa Nadeem (@MarwaNadeem1) October 8, 2013
Happiness does not come easy to us – does it?
@sufisal #PTI hypocrisy! On one side they are praising #Malala and on the other negotiating with her shooters!
— Saddam (@saddymangi) October 8, 2013
It is quite apparent now; she is more than a symbol. She is actively working to promote the cause of education and have abundant resolve and support to continue. Pakistanis have to live with this fact. It would be better if they start taking pride in her. After all she is Pakistani and she risked her life for fellow Pakistanis.
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