Malala Yousafzai Wins The Noble Prize For Peace 2014

Malala Becomes Second Nobel Laureate of Pakistan & The Youngest Nobel Prize Winner of The World
Malala Yousifzai has won the noble prize for peace 2014 jointly with Kailash Satyarthi, Indian child rights activist. Out of 278 nominees these two were lucky enough to win the noble price for peace 2014. Even Pope Francis was included in the list of 278 nominees but full list was not disclosed. Malala was also nominated last year but could not win the prize. Malala won the noble prize at the age of 17 and he has become the youngest Nobel Laureate. Malala is the second Pakistani noble prize winner, first one was Dr Abdulsalam. Malala is a brave student who was shot in the head by taliban in 2012 for raising a voice for girl education in the country.

Malala Yousafzai Wins The Noble Prize For Peace 2014

Malala Yousafzai Wins The Noble Prize For Peace 2014

Taliban still insist that they will again attack on her whenever she will return to country. Fortunately security forces of Pakistan have arrested the culprits who attacked Malala in October, 2012. Malala has become an international celebrity but still in Pakistan she is controversial personality due to her thoughts which she expressed in her book. But she has a big fan club too in the country. His fans present her as a pride of country who fought against fundamentalism, extremism and terrorism.

Many people object that why Nobel prize is given to controversial personalities of Islamic countries. Abdul Sattar Edhi, Allama M Iqbal, Dr Amjad Saqib (Chairman Akhuwat), Dr Niaz Ahmad Khan (Chairman Bedar Pakistan), Dr Salim ul Zaman Saddiqui and many other great Muslims were even not nominated for Nobel prize just because of their services for Muslims. What is your opinion does Malala deserves the Nobel prize are these prizes are given on merit. Whether OIC should introduce alternative prizes. Stay in touch with us for latest breaking news.

 

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