Who did Malala Yousafzai marry?


Malala Yousafzai, a women’s rights activist and winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, is married. Her husband’s name is Assar.

According to Reuters, Malala did not provide any details except her husband’s first name (Assar). However, netizens saw the picture and identified him as the owner of Acer. According to them, Acer owner is the general manager of Pakistan Cricket Board’s High Performance Center.

Malala announced her marriage on Twitter on Tuesday. “Today is a precious day in my life,” he wrote. Assar and I tied the knot. Celebrated a small marriage ceremony at home in Birmingham with family.

“Pray for us,” Malala wrote. I am eager to walk the path ahead together.

Malala Yousafzai has been criticized for her recent comments on marriage. In the meantime, he announced the completion of the marriage.

“I don’t understand why people have to get married,” Malala said in an interview on the cover of the British edition of the popular US fashion magazine Vogue. If you want to make someone your life partner, why do you have to sign the marriage papers. If you want to choose a life partner, what is the need to sign the paper? It can also be a partnership.

Malala Yousafzai has been widely criticized for her comments.

Malala Yousafzai, a girl from Pakistan’s Swat Valley, was born on July 12, 1997.

She drew the attention of the Western world by writing on the BBC blog in favor of girls going to school in the area of ​​the Taliban militants who are against women’s education. He was only 11 then. But for speaking out for women’s education, she has to face death threats.

On October 9, 2012, 14-year-old Malala and her two girlfriends were shot dead by Taliban militants in front of a school in the Mingorat area of ​​Swat Valley.

In 2014, Malala was the youngest person to win the Nobel Peace Prize. He recently graduated from Oxford University with a bachelor’s degree in philosophy, politics and economics.

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