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Shots fired: Olympian Heena Sidhu takes Malala on, says ‘you want Kashmir to be Pakistan’s because girls like you had it so good?’

Many people believe that the Nobel Peace Prize has lost its sheen due to being awarded to Malala and former US President Barack Obama who went on to bomb countries indiscriminately and start new wars in the Middle East after being awarded the Nobel Prize for Peace.

Nobel Peace Prize Winner Malala Yousafzai recently tweeted about the Kashmir issue. And as has come to be expected of her, she once again voiced Pakistani propaganda moments. She even spread fake news on the matter and claimed that a student missed her exams on the 12th of August when, in fact, schools were closed that day due to Eid.

Malala’s tweet thread attracted great criticism on social media from people worldwide. Now, Olympian pistol shooter Heena Sidhu, too, has taken to Twitter to slam the activist. She questioned the fact that Malala was taking Pakistan’s side on the Kashmir issue and yet, she had been forced to flee Pakistan herself.

Malala is known for selectivity condemning human rights abuses. She has always chosen to remain tight-lipped against the atrocities that Islamic societies inflict on people from other communities. Her own country Pakistan has been exporting terror to other countries while killing its own citizens including Pashtuns, natives in Balochistan and Sindh.

Fearing for Pakistani establishment, Malala has also chosen to remain silent on the barbaric incidents of conversions that have become rampant in Pakistan. However, when it comes to taking moral high-ground on issues pertaining to non-Islamic countries, Malala seems to rediscover her bravado.

Many people believe that the Nobel Peace Prize has lost its sheen due to being awarded to Malala and former US President Barack Obama who went on to bomb countries indiscriminately and start new wars in the Middle East after being awarded the Nobel Prize for Peace.

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