All Pakistan Private Schools Federation (APPSF), a governing body that represents over 200,000 schools across Pakistan, has released a documentary titled ‘I am not Malala’ to mark the I am not Malala Day. The documentary has been released to protest Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai’s recent remarks in the interview with British Vogue on the institution of marriage.
Kashif Mirza, the president of the association, had held a press conference that was joined by some of the federation’s members. In the press conference, he lashed out at the education activist for supporting western values among the youth of Pakistan.
Some time ago, in an interview with British Vogue magazine, the Nobel Laureate was quoted: “I still don’t understand why people have to get married. If you want to have a person in your life, why do you have to sign marriage papers, why can’t it just be a partnership?”
Mirza said during the press conference that the purpose of the documentary was to “educate “the APPSF teachers and over 20 million students across Pakistan about Malala’s “controversial views on marriage.” He said that whilst marriage is Sunnah, “partnership is adultery.” “We mark this day, July 12, as a black day and in our schools we are teaching our students to shun the ideology of Malala.”
I am Malala
I am Malala is Nobel Laureate’s biography that is co-authored by controversial British journalist, Christina Lamb. He has been “declared persona non grata by Pakistan for her criminal activities and has been deported twice from Pakistan. This book is written on the behest of Western forces who have used Malala for their ulterior motives and it is clear she is playing [into] their hands.”
Ziauddin Yousafzai is Saddened that Malalal’s Comments Were Twisted out of Context on Social Media with Vicious Interpretations. Read the full story here:
Malala’s father, Ziauddin Yousafzai, has cleared on social media that recent comment of her daughter from British Vogue’s interview was taken out of context, twisted, and circulated on social media with sinister interpretations. Malala’s recent interview with British Vogue included her speaking about marriage, and might I add, she spoke exactly as any 23-year old would have.
Ziauddin Yousafzai is Saddened that Malalal’s Comments Were Twisted out of Context on Social Media with Vicious Interpretations
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