Friday, June 22, 2012

Why Malala Yousafzai did not get the international peace prize for children in 2011

That was 2007 when Taliban tried to impose Sharia law in SwatThey stopped the children specially girls from going to School.They killed the innocent resistant Pushtoons and destroyed the Schools.11 years old Malala   regularly wrote her diary about what was happening in Swat.There is no doubt that Malala yousafzai hates Taliban and she regularly wrote and clearly spoke against Taliban. Her writings were published in Pakistan as well as in international media. she was a strong candidate for children peace prize in 2011.

 When the day to get the prize came nearer, international media rushed to interview her, all of a sudden she and her father took a u turn and openly denied their hatred for Taliban and said they  never  spoke against Taliban. She said she has never mentioned in her writings that Taliban were behind the unrest in Swat and they were stopping girls from going to school. Her father also issued a statement that Taliban are not against the girls education they just want a different Schooling system (Islamic) for them.

 This was exactly the opposite of what she had been writing.
After all this she did not get the peace prize. It was over
but is it really over?
Has anybody thought even once why she did that? Was she forced to give such statements?

 In a country like Pakistan where mullah military militants and judiciary  have formed an alliance to bleed us where Saleem Shahzad was bruttely killed by isi for exposing terrorists where Geo Journalist Wali Babar  and many other Journalists were killed for speaking the truth where 40000 pakistanis were killed and not a single terrorist was punished.where sheri rahman was asked by the interior minister to go in hiding after she got threats from the terrorists.where the fate and where abouts of Shakeel Afridi are unknown where ex Ambassador  Hussain Haqani was called from America and forced  to resign Where Osama bin Laden lived comfortably for years, could she afford to oppose terrorists openly as Malala Yusafzai. Would she like to be slaughtered and added to the much talked long list of Pakistani sacrifices? Of course not
she was writing against the Taliban she wrote with the name of Gull Makai to hide her identity. Her father who was running a School was informed by the Taliban that he was on their hit list Khoni chok (slaughter  roundabout) was visible from their house and she spent years in fear that her father or she herself would be dragged to the Slaughter roundabout to be slaughtered
it was 11 years old Malala at that time with the consent of her father who wrote against them when she was frozen with the fear of Taliban ….Then came the time  when she was going to be a world class hero and was appointed for a prize one can only dream of, why would she back track.

Her family knew that peace in Swat is just artificial and that Taliban are the love of the Establishment this disclosure is the deepest and perhaps permanent disappointment she had no choice but to bury her dreams and say as she was told.
PM of Pakistan awarded her with national peace prize for children. Now in her interviews she talks about the right of children to get education but hardly against Taliban.Malala knows best what really happened, but can she talk about it as Malala yousafzai and not as Gulmakai?

This prize was given to Michaela a 17 years old special girl from South Africa.
At the age of 9 she started a campaign for collecting money for a motor wheelchair.Her family supported her in this campaign.Within days they were able to collect money more than required.Cheali was encouraged and decided to carry on.Today her campaign has changed in to a professional organization which works for the benefits of special children.She is truly an inspiration for children around the world.

--- However it was heartening to see that a special child from South Africa was strong enough to hold her trophy and a 14 year old healthy brave Pakistani girl was made to weak

To get the prize she most deserved.
She wrote to the international media of the world under the swords of Taliban from a country where our Savior military has joined hands with militants, but no one gave it a second thought. No one realized how difficult it is to write from such a fateful country.
Here is the video of Malala and her liberal courageous father, you can have a look in to the simple personal life of
this little brave angel a true hero.

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