Public reaction on Malala’s statement about nikkah
Malala, 23, gave a wide-ranging interview to British Fashion and highlights on the cover of the magazine’s July issue.
She was imagined for the cover wearing a ruddy headscarf. She said her dress isn’t a sign she is “oppressed”, concurring to the bits of the meet discharged by British Fashion.
In a post broadly shared on social media, British Fashion purportedly cited Malala as saying: “I still don’t understand why people have to get married.
In case you want to have a person in your life, why do you have to sign marriage papers, why can’t it just be a partnership?”
She said the headscarf speaks to her roots as a Muslim of Pashtun ethnicity. “Muslim young ladies or Pashtun young ladies or Pakistani young ladies, when we take after our conventional dress, we’re considered to be abused, or voiceless, or living beneath patriarchy,”
However, it was her indicated comment almost marriage that quickly went viral on social media, welcoming venomous feedback. A Peshawar-based compelling cleric inquired Malala’s father to clarify his daughter’s implied comments she added.
Mathira has taken her Instagram to school Malala on her take on Marriage and Relationship.She wroteMalala please we should try to teach this generation for marriage plus getting the Nikkah done is Sunnah too. It’s not about signing papers you ain’t buying a plot.
People show their opinion on Twitter Malala for her statement. every one is angry on her statment.
She also relays how carrying a dupatta, for her, is a symbolic representation of empowered Pashtun women, as opposed to women who are oppresed or forced to cover themselves. "It's a cultural symbol for us Pashtuns. pic.twitter.com/GDxA79OISw
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