Anorak News | Malala Yousafzai can live in Birmingham – Pakistan gives father British job

Malala Yousafzai can live in Birmingham – Pakistan gives father British job

by | 3rd, January 2013

DID the Taliban get what they wanted: Malala Yousafzai gone? The 15-year-old was hot in the head by the murderous loons for promoting women’s rights. Miss Yousafzia was shot in Pakistan. She was then whisked for treatment in Birmingham. Now her father has scored a job at the Pakistani High Commission. This mens she can stay in the UK.

Ziauddin Yousafzai is now education attaché at the Pakistani consulate in Birmingham.

The Pakistani Government says:

“Mr Ziauddin Yousafzai has been appointed as education attaché in the Consulate of Pakistan, in Birmingham. The Government of Pakistan has been pleased to appoint Mr Ziauddin Yousafzai, father of Malala Yousafzai, as attaché. The tenure of his office shall be initially for three years extendable for a further period of two years. The tenure will start from the date he assumes the charge. Mr Ziauddin Yousafzai will function as head of the education section under head of the mission… The President had also directed high commissioner Mr Wajid Shamsul Hasan to look after all the needs of Malala, and discuss with Mr Yousafzai a mode for financial sustenance and accommodation of the family. In light of that, the present appointment has been made.”

Good news. The nutters won’t get to her so easily. But with Malala gone, isn’t Pakistan the poorer for it?

A mother and father in Pakistani-administered Kashmir have been arrested for murdering their 15-year-old daughter by dousing her with acid “in the name of an honour”, police say.

They say it is one of the first such cases of its kind in the region.

Honour killings happen when mostly male family members believe the victim has brought dishonour to their community.

The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan reported 943 women were killed in honour killings last year.

It’s a man’s world in Pakistan…

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