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Malala's tweet on Afghanistan irks Twitter users, again

16 اگست 2021
Malala Yousufzai took to Twitter to express concern for minorities in Afghanistan. Reuters
Malala Yousufzai took to Twitter to express concern for minorities in Afghanistan. Reuters

Malala Yousufzai can't seem to do anything right, according to a majority of Pakistanis, especially on social media where she is often the source of derision and outright hatred.

On Sunday it was no different when she tweeted her concern for the vulnerable in Afghanistan who will likely be impacted by Taliban's takeover of the country:

As expected her tweet was met with furious responses, alleging, for example that she never raised a voice for Kashmiris suffering.

Many shared a photograph, with no source, of girls reportedly going to school as proof that Malala was wrong.

But not everyone was promoting a hatred for the Nobel laureate who is a fierce advocate of girls education.

Many used the opportunity to peddle conspiracy theories:

While others asked why so much was expected of Malala:

And one person reminded social media of Malala's tweets on issues: