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Taliban takeover: Nobel laureate Malala appeals to world leaders

Tuesday, August 17, 2021 • Tamil Comments
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Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai has appealed to world leaders to help Afghanistan, where women and minorities are under the greatest threats after the takeover by the Taliban. In a video message, Malala said that what is happening in Afghanistan is of deep concern.

Her video message, which has gone viral, has come in for wide applause. The 23-year-old peace activist said that Af is going through a humanitarian crisis. About nine years ago, Talibani terrorists made an attempt on the life of Malala for fighting for women's rights.

She had earlier tweeted, "Thank you for your leadership, Prime Minister, and for allowing me to share concerns I am hearing from women in Afghanistan. I urge the Security Council to pass a resolution to protect Afghan women, girls and minorities."

As per Malala, countries to open their borders to Afghan refugees.

Last week, she was widely condemned by critics for not uttering a word on the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan. She has finally spoken out.

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