Malala Yousafzai talks about how she is still recovering from the Taliban bullet

The youngest Nobel laureate, Malala Yousafzai, recently took to Instagram to talk about how nine years after being shot by the Taliban, she is still recovering.

Malala was shot in the head when she was just 15-years-old, back in 2012. Nine years after the incident, she opened up about the surgical procedures that she has undergone to recover from it.

Sharing a picture of herself in the hospital bed, Malala wrote, ‘Two weeks ago I lay in a hospital bed in Boston undergoing my sixth surgery, as doctors continue to repair the Taliban’s damage to my body.’

‘Nine years after being shot, I am still recovering from just one bullet.’ She wrote. Yousafzai shed light on the ongoing situation in Afghanistan. She talked about how the Afghans have taken countless bullets over the last four decades. ‘My heart breaks for those whose names we will forget or never even know, whose cries for help will go unanswered.’

Sharing details in a write-up on Podium, Malala recalled the damage she suffered from the attack. She went through the complete details of the procedures that she had undergone to get back to her normal life.

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  • Hins Naeem says:

    She is just a crap. I am from pakistan. Did my university level studies is pakistan. She is just putting pakistam down because of there own fame and personal interest. Pakistan is a peaceful country. What ever she is talking about education system and wars its all a blame game from international politics and She is a part of it.

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