Nobel Peace Prize winner Pakistan’s Malala Yousafzai has bashed Donald Trump’s remarks saying ‘ban Muslims from the United States’ and has considered such thing ‘full of hatred’.
Trumpet’s call to totally and completely shutting down the Muslims from the US has been condemned widely and the Republican Presidential frontrunner candidate has refused to back down from his statement.
Malala joined the increasing number of voices to blast Trump arguing: “It’s important that whatever politicians say, whatever the media say, they should be really, really careful about it.
“If your intention is to stop terrorism, do not try to blame whole the population of Muslims for it because it can’t stop terrorism. It will radicalise more terrorists.”
As soon as she came forward and voiced against the loathsome call of Trump, Malala’s father also support his daughter’s stance, telling the audience:
“If Americans don’t stand against their own Donald Trumps, it will not work.”.
The 18-year-old Nobel Peace Prize laureate is one of the top most influential personalities of the world and had become quite popular soon after being shot in the head while going to school in her hometown. She survived the severe injuries and was brought to England where she was duly treated and is now living happily with her parents and siblings.