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'We Will Attack Her Whenever We Have a Chance' Taliban Renews Threat to Kill Schoolgirl Malala, 16, Who Survived Terrorist Shooting on Her School Bus

'We Will Attack Her Whenever We Have a Chance' Taliban Renews Threat to Kill Schoolgirl Malala, 16, Who Survived Terrorist Shooting on Her School Bus

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shooting on her schoolbus
Malala Yousafzai was shot by Taliban in Pakistan for views on education
The 16-year-old has released a book about her amazing recovery
Malala, who no lives in Birmingham, is tipped for a Nobel Prize
Received Pride of Britain Award from David Beckham on TV tonight
Taliban spokesman warns that terrorists plan to attempt to kill her again
BySTEVE NOLANand MARK DUELL- 8 October 2013 Taliban terrorists who shot Malala Yousafzai in the head have threatened to attempt to kill theschoolgirl again if they get the chance.The 16-year-old survived being shot by a gunman who boarded her school bus a year ago inSwat valley after angering the terror group with her outspoken and courageous public pleas for girls to be educated.But Taliban spokesman Shahidullah Shahid said yesterday that the teenager remains a targetafter releasing a book about her horrific ordeal.According to the
, he said: 'She is not a brave girl and has no courage. We willtarget her again and attack whenever we have a chance.
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Threat: Malala Yousafzai, who received a Pride of Britain Award from David Beckham lastnight, remains a Taliban target according to a spokesman for the terror group
Survivor: Malala, pictured here attending school in Brimingham, survived despite being shot inthe head on her school bus in Pakistan last year ‘She accepted that she attacked Islam so we tried to kill her, and if we get another chance wewill definitely kill her and that will make us feel proud.‘Islam prohibits killing women, but except those that support the infidels in their war againstour religion.’She was shot in the head close to her left eye last October after he repeated pleas for girls to beeducated following a Taliban banning of girls from class in her home region of Pakistan.Despite the threat of acid attacks and abuse against girls who continued to go to school, Malalaremained defiant and was determined to be educated.

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