Malala trolled after her #BlackLivesMatter tweets
Malala, the 22-year-old Pakistani woman and Nobel Laureate, has been trolled heavily by sections of Indians after tweeting out in support of the ongoing Black protests in the US. "I stand with the Black community's fight for justice for Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, George Floyd and many, many others before them. We cannot accept injustice at any cost. Let's go beyond quoting Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Nelson Mandela. The work they led is not over and those leading the fight today need all of our support," Malala said on Twitter.
The activist, who calls herself an advocate of world peace, has never been known to stand up for the victims of religious persecution in her own country. "But I don’t stand with Ahmediyas, Hindus, Sikhs, Sindhis, Pakhtuns, Christians, Shias. And every other oppressed minority in Pakistan. Also, I do all the standing from a plush air-conditioned villa in London," tweeted The Frustrated Indian.
It may be noted that Malala had come in for similar criticism when she stood up for Kashmir soon after receiving her Nobel Peace Prize. A large percentage of minorities in Pakistan have disappeared over the decades. Yet, she doesn't speak up for them!