Why Do Some Pakistanis Hate Malala So Much?
Huffington Post - over 1 year
Three years ago today, a girl took a bullet in the head on the order of a man from the same tribe as her. Elsewhere, the story goes a little differently. Conspiracy theories about Malala Yousafzai litter the web, some dropped by those who believe them, others by those explaining them. I won't support her ever in my life.will you support Malala ??#LetsRestartGoNawazGo pic.twitter.com/BpcarIXTGl — سمیرا جمیل (@real_sumaira) September 29, 2015 With her documentary freshly released even in Karachi, Malala is back in the spotlight, trailing stories behind her. On Twitter, some Pakistanis are dredging up an old tale: of a CIA puppet involved in a drama to destabilize Pakistan's tribal northwest. To understand the theory, it helps to consider how American intervention in Pakistan has changed the fabric of the country. Malala conspiracy theories are traded in urban circles, but they thrive in Pakistan's tribal areas, where the U.S. has dropped hundreds of drones in the
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