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Malala Yousafzai, shot by Taliban, has a message from World Leaders

Malala Yousafzai, shot by Taliban, has a message from World Leaders

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London: Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai said she was “deeply concerned” about the situation in Afghanistan, especially the safety of women and girls, and called on Monday that world leaders should take immediate action.
Yousafzai said Biden had “much to do” and should “take bold action” to protect the people of Afghanistan, adding that he was trying to contact a few world leaders.

“This is an urgent social crisis that we need to support,” Yousafzai told BBC Newsnight.

Yousafzai, 23, survived being shot in the head by a Pakistani Taliban gunman in 2012, after being tipped off in his campaign against his efforts to deny women education.

He was known as an 11-year-old man, writing a blog under a name written by the BBC about living under the rule of the Taliban in Pakistan.

“I am very concerned about the situation in Afghanistan right now, especially the safety of women and girls there,” Yousafzai told Newsnight.

“I have had the opportunity to speak with a number of activists in Afghanistan, including women’s rights activists, and they have shared their concerns about their uncertainties.”

Yousafzai said he had sent a letter to Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan urging him to accept Afghan refugees and ensure that all refugee children “have access to education, access to security and protection, and that their future is not lost.”
Malala Yousafzai, shot by Taliban, has a message from World Leaders
Malala Yousafzai escaped being shot in the head by a 2012 Taliban shooter. (File)

London: Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai said she was “deeply concerned” about the situation in Afghanistan, especially the safety of women and girls, and called on Monday that world leaders should take immediate action.
Yousafzai said Biden had “much to do” and should “take bold action” to protect the people of Afghanistan, adding that he was trying to contact a few world leaders.

“This is an urgent social crisis that we need to support,” Yousafzai told BBC Newsnight.

Yousafzai, 23, survived being shot in the head by a Pakistani Taliban gunman in 2012, after being tipped off in his campaign against his efforts to deny women education.

He was known as an 11-year-old man, writing a blog under a name written by the BBC about living under the rule of the Taliban in Pakistan.

“I am very concerned about the situation in Afghanistan right now, especially the safety of women and girls there,” Yousafzai told Newsnight.

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“I have had the opportunity to speak with a number of activists in Afghanistan, including women’s rights activists, and they have shared their concerns about their uncertainties.”

Yousafzai said he had sent a letter to Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan urging him to accept Afghan refugees and ensure that all refugee children “have access to education, access to security and protection, and that their future is not lost.”

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Yousafzai moved to England after being shot, where he received medical treatment and last year graduated from Oxford University with a degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics.

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