Day of Action for Malala Yousafzai

Oct 24, 2012

Discussion by: Dr Bob
Please check out this BBC article, written by former UK Prime Minister, Gordon Brown, about the Day of Action planned for Malala Yousafzai and the other 32 million girls in the world who are denied an education.

Mr Brown, who is now UN Special Envoy for Global Education, will also ask President Zardari of
Pakistan to secure girls’ education within the country, when he meets him next month.

The Day of Action is scheduled for November 10th.


It really does seem as if this brave little girl has touched the hearts of millions.

5 comments on “Day of Action for Malala Yousafzai

  • “It really does seem as if this brave little girl has touched the hearts of millions”

    I had no idea she even existed until she was shot. (Wasn’t the Taliban’s plan for her to fade into obscurity?)

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  • Indeed – I’m sure there is much wailing and gnashing of teeth in the caves of Tora Bora for that exact reason…

    They couldn’t have got it more wrong if they had tried…

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    hellosnackbar says:

    Sooner ot later when people are subjected to the murderously daft culture of jihadist Islam they ‘ve reached the end of their tether.
    This little girl should be honoured like a saint worldwide.
    And hopefully murderous Islamist shits will come under more extreme pressure!
    And this guiltless child started it off!

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  • I wish this girl gets a platform to continue her work once she recovers and this would be a statement to those islamic oppressors that their intimidation will not work and people are ready to stand against this bullying  

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