Malala, the Pakistani activist, shared a picture of her surgery from two weeks ago. She also penned a note about the ongoing crisis in Afghanistan after the Taliban takeover.
Still Recovering From Taliban’s Damage: Malala
Taking to her social media profile, Malala shared a picture of herself after her sixth surgery. In the caption, she wrote her heart out about how she is still recovering from the bullet wound she sustained years ago.
Malala wrote, “Two weeks ago I lay in a hospital bed in Boston undergoing my sixth surgery, as doctors continued to repair the Taliban’s damage to my body.” In her bio, she had attached the link to an article that describes her story about how she was shot by Taliban. Read more about it here.
She further expressed herself about the militia group Taliban and wrote, “Nine years after being shot, I am still recovering from just one bullet. But the people of Afghanistan have taken millions of bullets over the last four decades. My heart breaks for those whose names we will forget or never even know, whose cries for help will go unanswered.”
Zarifa Ghafari, the youngest female mayor of Afghanistan said in her statement that the Talibani searched her house for her. She said that they also beat her house guard. According to reports, they have a list of people who chose to the liberal approach.
In a recent report, the Taliban has announced that the Afghan women working with the government must stay at home until the security allows. The women’s football team of Afghanistan also evacuated on Tuesday. The Global soccer players’ union FIFPRO thanked the Australian government for their help. They said, “These young women, both as athletes and activists, have been in a position of danger and on behalf of their peers around the world we thank the international community for coming to their aid.”
Female Afghan govt workers asked to stay home until security allows-Taliban: AFP#Afghanistan
— ANI (@ANI) August 24, 2021