Monday, November 19, 2012

Islamic Extremists May Issue Fatwa on Pakistani Schoolgirl Malala

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Islamic hardliners are threatening to issue a “fatwa’’ on the brave 15-year-old schoolgirl who was cold-bloodedly shot by the Pakistani Taliban last month for tirelessly campaigning for better educational opportunities for girls.

Malala Yousafzai remains under heavy police guard at a Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birminham, England, where she is recovering from a gunshot to the head. She was airlifted there after the assault in her hometown of Mingora, Pakistan.

Doctors are optimistic Malala will make a full recovery and eventually be released after several more months rehabilitation and counseling. But the fatwa decree — which can include the threat of death — could make it difficult for her to move about freely.

Anjem Choudary — a London resident and founder of al-Muhajiroun, an Islamist group banned by the British government for alleged ties to terrorism — told the Daily Telegraph the fatwa will be issued at a conference in Islamabad later this month.

During the meeting, members of the notorious Red Mosque are expected to denounce Malala as an apostate and accuse her of turning her back on Islam, Choudary told the newspaper.


More @ Newsmax

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