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Pakistan observed ‘I am not Malala’s day’ The Documentary Film ‘I am not Malala’ launched.

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I am not Malala’s day observed in all over Pakistan, marked as a black day. Marriage is a Sunnah, a partnership is an adultery. 
Kashif Mirza, President All Pakistan Private Schools Federation 

I am not Malala’s day observed countrywide, on the call of Kashif Mirza President The All Pakistan Private School Federation, The largest organization representing about  200,000 schools responsible for a combined 20 million students.

Addressing with a press conference, Kashif Mirza said, “ Through Documentary Film ‘I am not Malala’ and awareness sessions,  We educated our 20 million students through our 1.5 million teachers in more than 200,000 schools across the country regarding the controversial  Malala’s views on marriage, who, as usual, again gave a very controversial statement over marriage.” Marriage is a Sunnah, the partnership is adultery. Malala advocated Partnership, indeed supported adultery, said, Kashif Mirza

All over Pakistan, I am not Malala’s day is observed every year on July 12, and participating schools hold lectures and seminars to expose Malala’s western agenda to students and youth. We mark this day 12 July as a black day and in our schools, we are teaching our students to shun the ideology of Malala. All teachers wore black armed bands during school hours.

Indeed Malala has categorically rejected the institution of marriage and suggested that ‘partnership’ is better than getting married. Malala attacked the institution of marriage & family structure by advocating that people should live in sin, added Kashif Mirza 

The marriage is a beautiful sunnah and was practiced by Prophet Muhammad (SAW) himself, and strictly ordered by Allah (S.W.T) through the holy Quran as well. Living together with Na-mahrams, without marriage is an unacceptable sin and is called Zina. No one can justify Muslims living together without marriage as it is strongly condemned in Islam. 

It’s not the first time when Malala questioned highly controversial, many times she did not show any respect for Islam, created a lot of controversies as part of her agenda. In the past, in Malala’s book, ‘I am Malala’, a highly controversial material is found which is contrary to the teachings of Islam, Quranic injunctions, sayings of the Holy Prophet (SAW), Ideology of Islam, Ideology of Pakistan, Quaid e Azam, Pak Army and so on. 

The controversial British journalist Christina Lamb notorious due to the OB Laden scandal wrote Malala’s book as co-author, who has been declared persona non grata by Pakistan for her criminal activities and deported twice from Pakistan. This book is written on the behest of western forces who have used Malala for their ulterior motives and it is clear that Malala is playing in their hands.

Malala has declared Islam and Pak army as ‘Militant’ in her controversial book. Malala criticized Quranic verses about two women’s testimony to be equal to that of a man, and also about the four witnesses in the Rape case; perhaps she does not know the orders of Allah. 

In her book, Malala also writes that “Where the Quran says that the women are dependent on men”, the answer is that it is in Surat un Nisa that men are declared guardians of women. She objects to the laws of Allah Almighty and also on ‘Namus e Risaalat (SAW) law. 

In Malala’s book, the blasphemous book of Salman Rushdie’s “Satanic Verses” has been referred and supported to as freedom of expression while referring to her father’s views. 

A group photo with Tasleema Nasreen and strong ties with an Indian for Nobel Award is enough to explain Malala’s designs and the West’s Agenda.

The alleged blog by Malala under the name “Gul Makai” was written, Malala could not read or write.
It is well noted that Malala’s father Ziauddin admitted in a TV program that the said blog was written by BBC correspondent Abdul Hai Kakar and the book “I am Malala” was written by Christina Lamb.

Malala and Ziauddin also met with the US Ambassador Richard Holbrooke and CIA’s station commander and other officials were present in this meeting. Relations with CIA agent Adam B Elick are also very clear. 

Further in her book Malala also proudly says, “On Pakistan’s 50th anniversary on 14th August 1997, my father said there was nothing to celebrate as Swat had suffered only since it had merged with Pakistan. They wore black armbands to protest and were arrested and had to pay a fine they could not afford”. Moreover, the video in which Ziauddin can be seen raising anti-Pakistan slogans, which is clear proof. Malala and her father Ziauddin also criticized the nuclear program.

In these circumstances, Malala’s comments were attempting to corrupt the minds of young people and to copy western culture which was against the tenets of Islam and also propagating negative ideas about the sacred rules of holy matrimony. 

We must be teaching our generation that nikkah is sunnah, and getting a nikkah done with the blessings of Allah is beautiful, and getting the future blessed in a halal way is wonderful. Marriage is a Sunnah, referring to the practice of the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) that all Muslims are expected to emulate. 

We would never want that our children follow Malala, no matter how many high awards she wins, and that the gates of White House and Buckingham Palace remain open for her,” Kashif Mirza stated.

We also have written letters to the President and Prime Minister of Pakistan and demanded to ban the Malala’s propaganda book ‘I am not Malala’ all over Pakistan, a highly controversial material is found which is contrary to the teachings of Islam, Quranic injunctions, sayings of the Holy Prophet (SAW), Ideology of Islam, Ideology of Pakistan, Quaid e Azam, Pak Army and so on, Kashif Mirza demanded.