Washington, Oct 8: Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani girl who shot by the Taliban for fighting for girls education, is again getting death threats by the militant group.
Nearly a year after Malala was almost murdered by the Pakistan Taliban for defying a ban on female education, one of its leaders said she is still not safe.
Shahidullah Shahid told The Telegraph by telephone from an unknown location, that they are not against Malala, but against her ideology.
According to Fox News, he added that anyone who campaigns against the Taliban’s religion and criticizes Islam, like she is doing with her secular ideology, is their enemy and so they will target her again.
Malala, who is now 16, was shot in the head on Oct er 9, 2012, by the Taliban while riding on a bus from school in her home town of Mingora. (ANI)