Lahore, 4th June: Former Pakistani singer Rabi Pirzada also lashes out at the youngest Nobel Prize winner Malala Yousafzai for sharing outrageous comments on marriage.
Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai’s recent statement given to the British fashion magazine Vogue has drawn a barrage of criticism in Pakistan.
Malala said in her interview that she did not yet understand why it is necessary to sign marriage papers if someone is to come into your life. She added why can’t it be only a partnership between the two people.
Baaghi TV reported earlier that Pakistan model and VJ Mathira lashed out at Malala yesterday and gave her a lesson on the importance of Nikah.
Now following the bandwagon of critics, former singer Rabi Pirzada has also shared her views.
Rabi Pirzada wrote on her Twitter account that she has given up music, but seeing Malala reminded her of the late Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan.
بہن میں نے موسیقی چھوڑ دی ہے۔ مگر آپ کو دیکھ کر نصرت فتح علی خان مرحوم یاد آگئے، “کیا سے کیا ہو گیے دیکھتے دیکھتے”
ہم مسلمان گالیاں یا فسق باتیں نہیں کرتے، صرف امید کرتے ہیں اگر دین کا کلچر نہیں پسند تو دین کو ریپریسنٹ مت کریں۔ اللہ ہم سب کو ہدایت دے، کوئ مکمل نہیں #Malala pic.twitter.com/hMD8nOhMdM
— Rabi Pirzada (@Rabipirzada) June 3, 2021
Rabi Pirdaza added that we Muslims do not speak abusively or immorally, only hope that if you do not like the culture of religion, do not represent religion. May Allah guides us all, no one is perfect.
According to the latest reports, Malala Yousafzai’s father Zia-ud-Din Yousafzai has said that his daughter’s statement regarding marriage is being shared out of the context of the interview.
ملالہ کے انٹرویو کو کچھ لوگ جان بوجھ کر غلط رنگ دے رہے ہیں۔ میرے خیال میں اس انٹرویو میں ایسی کوئ غلط بات نہیں ہے۔ ایسا کیوں ہے؟ وجوہات جاننے کے لیے وڈیو
— Toqeer Lone (@toqeerlone) June 4, 2021
Yousafzai took to his Twitter handle and replied to a question posted by Mufti Shahabuddin Popalzai. Responding to his question, Malala’s father said that the media and social media are deliberately misrepresenting his daughter’s statement.
He added, “I don’t think there’s anything wrong with that interview.”
Considering that the Nobel Prize-winning social worker recently gave an interview to Vogue magazine, she will be on the cover of next month’s issue of the magazine.
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