What Malala’s Nobel Peace Prize Means for Pakistan and the World
Malala Yousufzai first gained recognition in 2008 at age 11 when she took to the Press Club in Peshawar against the Taliban banning girls’ education in the Swat valley. She soon started writing an anonymous blog for the BBC as Gul Makai, chronicling the feelings of a young girl […]
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Malala Under Attack Again – This Time by Taliban 2.0
By reading this title, you might be wondering what in God’s name I mean by “Taliban 2.0.” Well, they are the people among us who pretend to be progressive but leave no stone unturned when it comes to being apologists for the very ideology Taliban carry out. You see, I […]
Malala Yousafzai: Will her Fight for Girls’ Education Ever End?
Many critics claim that Pakistan takes global centre stage when it comes to horrific news, and tales of terrorism and corruption. But less is written and talked about the human gems this small place keeps giving birth to, and the many people who fight and struggle hard not only for themselves but […]