I read it just now as well and I feel awful about it. The girl advocated for education for girls which is why the Taliban attacked her. Why are they so against education for girls? I don't see anything un-Islamic about wanting to learn.
Each person who says they are Believers must practice that Belief.
Although no one should be attacked for voicing their opinions, we must be skeptical regarding this situation. First, why is it that I can't seem to find the blogger's website? I am an idiot if I take sides without seeing for myself what she wrote exactly....who knows, maybe she was promoting something against Islamic values.
Nope. This was an 11 year old writing a dairy. Too young to think something like that. I watched her interview back in the day, she covered, she was known to pray on time and recite Qur'an. A simple pathan girl given publicity. However yes, she was sort of playing into the wrong hands.Remember Aliaa Magda Elmahdy? The 20 year old Egyptian girl who posted NAKED pictures of herself to protest "against a society of violence, racism, sexism, sexual harassment and hypocrisy”--according to the media. Westerners see this kind of stuff and will encourage it, because as far as non-Muslims are concerned those "innocent" girls are struggling against a "barbaric Islamist society." (BTW, what the hell is 'Islamist'???????? I have NEVER seen that term ever...is there a Christianist? or a Judaismist??? )
I disagree. True that those group of men hardly have brains to think with them, but whoever did it, is not justified. The (unsuccessful)killer should be hanged. Read her blog. It's not "that" bad or against the extremist. It's the media that painted her as that and she pays for it.Anyways, I feel bad that little girl is in pain now, but I would NOT blame it on a group of men, and labeling them barbarians who are trying to abolish the education system for females....Because she sort of put herself into this mess. She should have been doing her regular schoolwork instead of going out and bashing a people that she doesn't understand.
Not that I'm up for being a politician for myself or anyone, but if this is how you think, maybe free syrian army should stick to bowing to assad than being gunned down by snipers, no?One news article says that she wanted to become a politician. However, she apparently lacked diplomacy.....which should make her realize that she ought to stick with biology or math...
Seeing your rep comment I was disturbed at what you said, how can the Pak soldiers obey their ameer? Their ameer tells them to obey one of the biggest Tawagheet of this century after the Shaytan and tell them to protect the borders?? Protect from whom? The Muslims or the disbeliever. I do not want to waste my time on this one, but the Pak President is not a Muslim, so which Amir are you talking about?I've never ever said that this to anyone online, as a joke or seriously, but I got two words for you:
Seeing your rep comment I was disturbed at what you said, how can the Pak soldiers obey their ameer? Their ameer tells them to obey one of the biggest Tawagheet of this century after the Shaytan and tell them to protect the borders?? Protect from whom? The Muslims or the disbeliever. I do not want to waste my time on this one, but the Pak President is not a Muslim, so which Amir are you talking about?
Na3am na3am, I have nothing to hide and many of you know that, I am happy those Pak soldiers get killed by their own allies in the deen (the religion of democracy). I also got happy that a Jordanian soldier got killed in Afghanistan, same with Turkish soldiers. They can utter La ilaha ill-Allah every single day and night, but it wont help them the least unless they get rid of the shirk and kufr they are involved in.
FSA's agenda is different. I can speak on their behalf, because I know what its like to live in Syria. Imagine your dad owning a little stand selling tomatoes and cucumbers on the streets of Aleppo and 2-3 or 4 police officers approach him and pull out bags and pick out a bunch of vegetables, bag them, and then nonchalantly walk away without paying. If your dad tries to speak out and he'll get a nice visit later that evening and they'll drag him, and your brothers to their station and give them a beating. Imagine your local Imam making a khutba against this sort of corruption and then a month later getting stabbed to death exactly inside the mosque.
I'm not sure what you saying. She was 11 when she blogged, now she's 14. Is the media misquoting something?The fact that the media is covering up her real age should spark up at least a tiny bit if skepticism. But once again, May Allah heal Malala Yousafzai, and bring justice for that wrongful deed