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Pakistani police have arrested a number of suspects in the case of a 14-year-old girl shot and wounded by the Taliban.
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14/10/2012 1:28:01 p.m.
Jim Seaview wrote:
QUOTE: "The Taliban spokesman, Sirajuddin Ahmad, said Yousufzai's family had been warned three times - the most recent warning coming last week - before the decision was made to kill her. Ahmad said local Taliban leader Maulana Fazlullah and his deputies selected three attackers, including two trained sharpshooters, who carefully studied the girl's route home from school.
WHAT CARE PLANNING by the Teliban, the logistics, the selection of two Taliban trained sharpshooters, and just in case anything failed - a third murderer was also employed. All this meticulate planning to murder one 14 year old school girlwhose only crime was to publicising their (Taliban) acts and speaking about the importance of education for girls.
Unfortunately it does not stop there as they set about imposing their will on residents by forcing men to grow beards, preventing women from going to the market and blowing up many schools - the majority for girls.
We now get a clearer picture of why many Muslim people who flee their country want to seek asylum in the West where there is Democracy and Free speech and why they do not seek residency in another Islamic country, where you would think they would be welcomed by the other Muslim people.
Malala Yousufzai is a very courageous young girl and should be revered by everyone, and I hope she recovers.
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