Saturday, October 20, 2012

Mike L.
LONDON Oct. 19, 2012

The Pakistani girl shot in the head by the Taliban for wanting an education stood up today in a remarkable comeback from her near fatal wound.

Malala Yousufzai also posed for photos in her hospital bed showing her awake and snuggling with a white teddy bear.

"She is doing very well. In fact, she is standing with some help for the first time this morning when I went into see her," said Dr. David Rosser, the medical director of Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham, England.

"She is communicating very freely, she is writing," he said.

Malala can't speak because she has a tracheotomy tube that was necessary because her airway was swollen by the bullet wound, Rosser said. But the girl the Taliban tried to silence may be able to speak again in a few days.

In any war between the civilized man and the savage, 
support the civilized man.

Support Muslim Women.

Defeat Jihad.



  1. Now, now Mike. The only way this could have been a 'savage' act is if it were done by George W. Bush, a drone, the Red Hot Chili Peppers or a Jewish resident of Judea. Otherwise, there's nothing to see here. Move along now...

    1. I cannot even begin to understand how opposing radical Islam could possibly be considered a form of racism.

      This is what "progressive Zionists" would have us believe, tho.

    2. Like Islam is a freaking race. What nonsense they spout.

  2. The horror is that when this kid has recovered she will have to go back to that hell hole.

    I guess she and her family have a pretty good case for asylum.

    But so do most young girls in those countries.

    1. Stories like this one very much remind me that feminism is simply dead.

      Western feminists have abandoned their "sisters" in the Middle East, just as they have abandoned gay people and the Jews there.

      I am convinced that there was an unspoken tension between universal human rights and the multicultural ideal and the latter won to the detriment of the former.

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    1. But of course! They're clearly only activists for peace and human aid. Or something like that...