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  1. jalismirza

    jalismirza New Member

    Come Back Malala…..!
    The whole nation is praying for you
    We are proud of you
    You unveiled the filthy face of ignorance, intolerance and terrorism...
    I am disheartened, crushed and shattered...
    Aamir Liaquat Husain

    Malala Yousafzai was attacked on her way home from school in Mingora, the region's main town.

    She came to public attention in 2009 by writing a diary for BBC Urdu about life under Taliban militants who had taken control of the valley

    The campaigner for girls' rights was shot in the head on Tuesday as she headed home from school in Mingora
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    Surgeons say they have successfully removed a bullet from the campaigning 14-year-old schoolgirl shot by Taliban gunmen in Pakistan's Swat Valley.

    Malala Yousafzai is reported to be in a stable condition after Wednesday morning's operation in Peshawar.

    The campaigner for girls' rights was shot in the head on Tuesday as she headed home from school in Mingora.

    The attack, in which two other girls were wounded, has been widely condemned and sparked a social media firestorm.

    Pakistani politicians led by the president and prime minister condemned the shooting, which the US state department has called barbaric and cowardly.

    Thousands of people around the world have sent the teenage campaigner messages of support via social media.

    Doctors who treated Miss Yousafzai in Mingora initially said she was out of danger, but she was then taken by helicopter to Peshawar for further treatment.

    There, doctors removed a bullet early on Wednesday morning, hospital officials told the BBC.

    Earlier, President Zardari said the attack would not shake Pakistan's resolve to fight Islamist militants or the government's determination to support women's education.

    The shooting - in which two other girls were reportedly wounded - has been condemned by most of Pakistan's major political parties, TV celebrities and human rights groups.

    Taliban spokesman Ehsanullah Ehsan told BBC Urdu on Tuesday that the group had attacked the teenager because she was anti-Taliban and secular, adding that she would not be spared if she survived.

  2. Sohaib.Ali.Sid

    Sohaib.Ali.Sid Well-Known Pakistani

    LONDON: Malala Yousafzai, the teenage Pakistani activist shot in the head by the Taliban, has been able to stand with help for the first time, though she still shows signs of infection, doctors treating her at a British hospital said Friday.

    She is also communicating by writing notes, said Doctor Dave Rosser, the medical director at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham, central England, where the teenager was taken to from Pakistan on Monday.

    “Malala Yousufzai’s condition this morning is comfortable and stable,” the hospital said in a statement. “Malala’s family remain in Pakistan at this time,” it added.

    Yousufzai was shot on a school bus in the former Taliban stronghold of the Swat valley last week for promoting secular views and criticising the Taliban, in an attack which outraged the world.

    Dr. Rosser said the girl is “well enough that she’s agreed that she’s happy, in fact keen, for us to share more clinical detail.”

    Rosser said the infection is probably related to the track of a bullet which grazed her head when she was attacked by Taliban gunmen.

    Because of the infection, Rosser said, “she is not out of the woods yet.”

    A British television channel reported that the hospital was trying to arrange for her to listen to her father on the telephone, though she is currently unable to talk.
    “We know there was some damage to the brain, certainly no physical, no deficit in terms of function,” it quoted a spokesman as saying.

    DAWN, OCT 19

  3. Hafsa

    Hafsa Super Star Pakistani Staff Member Digital Library Staff Baby Names Staff

    In this undated image released by the University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust, on Friday Oct. 19, 2012, showing 15-year old Pakistani shooting victim Malala Yousufzai, who is recovering in Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham, England, after being attacked and shot in the head by Taliban gunmen in Pakistan for advocating education for girls. Malala was shot and critically wounded on Oct. 9 as she headed home from school in the northwest Swat Valley, Pakistan, and was evacuated to Birmingham for ongoing treatment, where she is reported to be improving. (AP Photo / University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust)

    Malala will be with us, recoverd fully inshallah
    Allah use sehat ata karey, ameen
    Please pray for her
  4. Sohaib.Ali.Sid

    Sohaib.Ali.Sid Well-Known Pakistani