Malala Yousafzai & Naomi Campbell lend their voice to missing girls
The Pakistani schoolgirl who made a heroic recovery after being shot in
the head by Taliban because she stood up for education, MalalaYousafzai,
has shown support for missing Chibok girls. Speaking with CNN, the 16
year old Nobel Peace nominee said "I think they haven’t studied Islam
yet, they haven’t studied Quran
yet, and they should go and they should learn Islam. Islam means peace. I
think that they should think of these girls as their own sisters.
How can one imprison his own sisters and treat them in such a bad way?"
Super model Naomi Campbell also lent her support.
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