Malala Yousafzai is worried for Women in Afghanistan under Taliban Rule

Rajasree Roy

Nine years passed away of Malala’s bullet wound. Malala Yuosafzai was shot by the Taliban nine years ago. And now she is watching closely the terrorist group seizing power in Afghanistan.

She is emphasizing the need to cause worldwide to notice the predicament of regular people in the country. The 24-year-old girl said in a post published on Podium, “I watched as a province after province fell to men with guns, loaded with bullets like the one that shot me.”

In 2012, Taliban terrorists shot Malala Yuosafzai in the head in Pakistan. As she was for doing her campaign for the education of girls. Some terrorists boarded her school bus and shot her into the left temple. That hurt her left eye, skull, and some nerves.

In her previous blog titled, ‘Healing from one Taliban bullet’, she asked her friend that did she scream? 

And the following post goes like this: “I asked her to tell me again what happened that day.”

“Did I scream? Did I try to run away?’ I ask. ‘No,’ she says. ‘You stood still and silent, staring into the face of the Talib as he called out your name. You held my hand so tightly that I felt the pain for days. He recognized you and started firing. You covered your face with your hands and tried to bend down. A second later, you fell into my lap.’ Two of my classmates, Shazia and Kainat, were shot in the hand and the arm. The white school bus went red with blood. My body has scars from one bullet and many surgeries, but I have no memory of that day. Nine years later, my best friend still has nightmares.”

She is still undergoing surgery on the temporal brain. In this blog post, she actually remembered her memories of ‘Taliban damage’. Malala Yousafzai is the youngest recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize for her advocacy of education.

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