Protest against women’s rights activist: Pakistan’s private schools are attacking Malala / Breaking News

Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai is sharply criticized in his own country. Two large Pakistani private school associations have now proclaimed a countrywide anti-Malala-day. The 17-year-old was a creation of the West.

Malala Yousafzai Wins Nobel Peace Prize

Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai is sharply criticized in his own country. Two large Pakistani private school associations have now proclaimed a countrywide anti-Malala-day. The 17-year-old was a creation of the West.

“I’m not Malala”: Two organizations in Pakistan have adopted a nationwide protest against the 17-year-old Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai. At a press conference she called loudly, “New York Times” In addition, her book “I am Malala” to banish from the schools. “We are all for education and for the empowerment of women,” said Mirza Kashif Ali, President of the All Pakistan Private Schools Organisation Federation, which represents 150,000 schools in the country by its own account. “But the West has created this person who is against the constitution and ideology of Pakistan.”

The press conference held organization reportedly jointly with the Organization All Pakistan Private Schools Management Association, which represents 40,000 schools according to own data. Their President Adeeb Javedani said loudly, “International Business Times”: “In my eyes it represents the west, not us.” In contrast, the organizations intend to fight every year on 10 November with a nationwide day of protest in Pakistan’s private schools.

Anti-Malala Day in Pakistan:Abroad celebrated in domestic dispute

A group claiming to call itself "All Pakistan Private Schools Federation" says will observe 'I am not Malala Day'

A group claiming to call itself “All Pakistan Private Schools Federation” says will observe ‘I am not Malala Day’

Malala Yousafzai was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in October this year. 2009, the student had reported in a blog for the BBC about her life under the reign of terror of the Islamists, 2012 committed the Taliban then an assassination attempt on Malala. Later she continued her fight and became a symbol of the equality of women in Islamic countries. Today she lives with her family in the UK. In our own country, many celebrate as a national heroine, others see it as a puppet of the West.

At the press conference Mirza had stressed his organization had strike after the attack on Malala says “The Nation”, an English-language newspaper in Pakistan. But propaganda that turned against Islam and against Pakistan, the organization could not tolerate. “We do not want our children Malala follow, it does not matter how many awards she wins, and that the gates are open to the White House and Buckingham Palace 24 hours for them.” His organization has been fighting against longer Malala: In 2013, she wrote the book “I am Malala” been banished from their private schools, reported at the time “The Independent”.

 

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