While the recent statement about the marriage of Nobel laureate Pakistani woman Malala Yousafzai was being debated, her father has clarified Malala's statement.
In an interview with the British fashion magazine British Vogue, Malala said that They still don't understand why people have to get married. If you want to add a person to your life, why is it necessary to sign marriage papers? Why not just partner?
Mufti Shahabuddin Popalzai, Khatib of Qasim Ali Khan Mosque in Peshawar, Pakistan, asked Malala's father, Ziauddin Yousafzai, about Malala's interview.
Shahabuddin Popalzai wrote on his Twitter account tagging Malala's father, “Dear Mr. Ziauddin Yousafzai! A news has been circulating on social media since yesterday that your daughter has categorically rejected the marriage and said that Better a poor horse than no horse at all.
Mufti Popalzai told Zia-ud-Din Yousafzai that we are all deeply disturbed by Malala's statement. You explain.
Malala's father said in response to a question from Mufti Shahabuddin Popalzai that there was no such thing. According to him, the media and social media have taken the excerpt of his daughter's interview out of context.
What did Malala say in the interview?
Malala Yousafzai will grace the cover of the July issue of British Vogue magazine. He also gave a detailed interview to Siren Kell, a journalist with the magazine.
In the interview, Malala spoke about her experience of Pashtun culture, setting up her own production company for Apple TV Plus and studying at Oxford University.
Malala said she had the opportunity to go to Oxford University and spend time with her peers for the first time.
During the interview, Malala talked about marriage and asked why it is necessary to sign marriage papers to include a person in one's life. Why not just partner?
Malala also said that like other mothers, her mother disagreed with her views.
Malala's statement discussed on social media
After Malala's interview came to light, her statement made headlines on various news channels and websites.
Her statement about the marriage had sparked a new debate on social media and the hashtag Malala's name was also a top trend on Twitter in Pakistan on Thursday.
Malala's words were appreciated by many users while some seemed to disagree with the statement.
Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai was assassinated in 2012 by the banned Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP).
Malala was critically injured in the head, after which she was transferred to the UK for treatment and has been living in London ever since.
Malala graduated from Oxford University in June last year.
Malala is known for educating girls in Pakistan and around the world and was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2014.
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