Never Ending Malala Drama

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The amount of coverage Pakistani media (which is on the payroll of the U.S.) is giving to Malala Yousufzai is amazing. There was a Yaum-e-Dua held for Malala. There was also a Malala Day. People also signed petitions for Malala to be nominated for the nobel prize. However, where was the media and what happened to Yaum-e-Dua for the hundreds of Malalas killed in drone attacks (which are not carried out with any accuracy whatsoever). Another question is, why should I believe that the Taliban are behind the attack on Malala? Because Zionist owned TV channels and newspapers said so? There have been videos, theories, and news reports against the Taliban in the past that have turned out to be fake.

The U.S. has killed countless Malalas in Iraq, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iran, Palestine, Yemen, Libya, Somalia, Panama, etc. Countless Malalas have been killed in Chechnya, Bosnia, Kashmir, Burma, etc. Malalas raped in public, Malalas burnt alive, Malalas butchered mercilessly, Malalas slaughtered in front of their families. No Yaum-e-Dua. Little international coverage. However, the U.S., whose hands are tainted with the blood of Muslims, leaves no stone unturned when it wants to shift attention away from drone attacks towards the Taliban.

U.S. have nothing to do with fighting terrorism. They want to invade Muslim lands on one pretext or another and gain power and control. It is about global dominance. The so called war on terror is a smokescreen created by the biggest terrorist itself, U.S., which has killed hundreds of thousands of Malalas in Iraq alone during the sanctions in the 90s and then they cry over one Malala, which they might have very well shot themselves.

The West goes around killing innocent Malalas for political ends and then shows sympathy for one Malala by shifting her to Britain for treatment, when she did not need one in the first place. She was fine in Pakistan. There is no shortage of good doctors and surgeons in Pakistan. But no, the drama must continue.

From Angelina Jolie to Madonna, someone writes about Malala while another dedicates a song to her. What about writing or dedicating a song to the countless Malalas brutally killed by the U.S. over decades for money and power?