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Update 3 Malala Yousafzai: Nobel Prize Awaits, Time Magazine Considers Malala for Person of the Year, Twisted Islamists Threaten a Fatwa Against Her

Top Left: Malala Yousafzai Before Assassination Attempt. Top Right: Taliban in Pakistan
Lower Left: Protestors for Malala in Islamabad, September 2012. Lower Right: Al Qaeda in Pakistan
Al Qaeda in Pakistan stood in solidarity with the Taliban and also condemned Malala

Left: From The Spectator in the UK: Muslim cleric Anjem Choudary (Getty)
Right: From The Continental News: Sheikh Omar Bakri

Why do these twisted fanatical men want Malala Yousafzai to die?

Sheikh Omar Bakri and Anjem Choudary suffer from a twisted fanatical perspective which supplies them with ample delusions of grandeur as they presume to speak for God and condemn Malala.

Like the Taliban and the rest of their brothers in arms, Sheikh Omar Bakri and Anjem Choudary are abominable remnants of the dark ages.  These ever dutiful Jihadists have taken it upon themselves to declare a Fatwa on Malala.

The following is an update on Malala, her recent honors and other events, and a portrait of the misfits of evil who wish to destroy her.



On Pakistan, Al Qaeda, the Taliban, and Drones

Al Qaeda in Pakistan

Al Qaeda has issued a multi-page propaganda report showing solidarity with the Taliban in Pakistan on the matter of the attack on Malala Yousafzai.  Suprise is not in order here.

Al Qaeda are brethren in arms with the Taliban in that they seek to impose tyranny, injustice, and murder by law.  Wherever they tread the Taliban and Al Qaeda leave bloody footprints forged by the blood of innocent people.


Update 2, Malala Yousafzai in the UK: Malala to Receive Sitara-e-Shujaat (The Star of Bravery), Taliban War on Media, Malala Day: A Day of Action

Photo from Time
Pro-Taliban militants in Pakistan
Mohammad Zubair / AP

From Pakistan, Interior Minister Rehman Malik has announced that Malala will receive the medal, Sitara-e-Shujaat (The Star of Bravery).  With the full brunt of their evil now exposed to the world, like petulant children, the tyranical Taliban is furious.

They are once more thwarted by the exercise of freedom – as in freedom of the press – and they have declared a War on the Media for their coverage of Malala’s story.

Meanwhile, as global support for the young heroine continues to thwart the Taliban, doctors at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham, England, deliver promising hope for the first time since the attack on her life.  Malala’s chances are improving by the hour.  Not so for the Taliban who are rightfully being bombarded by accusations of shame.


Malala Yousafzai, Update: Taliban Assassins Arrested, National Day of Prayer, Taliban Vows to Strike Again, Malala flown to UK, Police beheaded by Taliban

Photo from the Washington Post
Islamabad on Oct. 10, 2012.

Malala Yousafzai , who was shot in the head and neck this past Tuesday in an attempted assassination ordered by the Taliban, has been transferred to a military hospital in her home nation of Pakistan.  Doctors have removed a bullet lodged near her spine, and a small portion of her skull.  She remains in stable, but critical condition, and the doctors indicated the next 72 hours will be “critical hours”.

Dozens of arrests have been reported to have been made, with three “significant” suspects coming to the forefront.  The Taliban in Pakistan has not only claimed responsibility for attempting to assassinate Malala, they have threatened the media for covering her plight, and stated they will again attempt to take her life if she survives this past Tuesday’s assault. (more…)

A Hero Has Fallen: 14 Year Old Patriot Shot in the Head by Taliban

Malala Yusufzai

Her name is Malala Yousafzai, and she is fighting for her life this morning because she was called out by name and shot in the head by the Taliban, whom she has openly dared to oppose from the front lines, in Pakistan.  She never sought fame, nor fortune, nor glory.  Her goal was to be a doctor, and she first arrived on the world stage at the tender age of 11, after the Taliban brutally forced it’s way into her life.  Weeping before the cameras, she decried the closure of her school as the Taliban gained control and the Pakistani government looked the other way as many were executed, and education for females was outlawed.

By the age of 13, she was blogging for the BBC about the atrocities of life under Taliban rule.  This morning, Taliban gunmen launched an assault against her school, and while accounts differ on whether she was shot outside her classroom, or while attempting to leave by bus, all report this was not an accidental shooting. The Taliban called her out by name, and deliberately targeted her.  (more…)