Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala marries at house in Britain

LONDON — Malala Yousafzai, the campaigner for ladies’ training and Nobel Peace Prize laureate who survived being shot elderly 15 by way of a Taliban gunman in her local Pakistan in 2012, has were given married, she stated on social media on Tuesday.

The 24-year-old, who lives in Britain, stated she and her new husband, who she named best as Asser, had wed within the town of Birmingham and celebrated at house with their households.

“These days marks a valuable day in my lifestyles. Asser and I tied the knot to be companions for lifestyles,” she wrote on Twitter, including 4 photos to her publish.

Malala gave no different details about her husband excluding his first title. Web customers known him as Asser Malik, common supervisor of the Pakistan Cricket Board’s Top-Efficiency Centre. Reuters may just now not ascertain this.

Malala is respected in lots of portions of the sector, particularly in Western international locations, for her private braveness and her eloquence in advocating for the rights of women and girls. In Pakistan, her activism has divided public opinion.

As not too long ago as July this 12 months, Malala instructed British Trend mag that she was once now not certain if she would ever marry.


“I nonetheless don’t perceive why other folks need to get married. If you wish to have an individual for your lifestyles, why do it’s a must to signal marriage papers, why can’t it simply be a partnership?” she was once quoted as pronouncing in a long profile.

The remark drew grievance from many social media customers in Pakistan on the time.