Such a powerful message delivered by Malala; I can only say that I feel humble to hear her voice and live in her time; she is as stronger and determined as ever. If we understood the philosophy of good as thought by so many there wouldn’t be so much injustice and violence in our society. We need more Malalas in this world.
Who would have thought that sixteen years ago a light arriving into this world will illuminate so many people’s lives; Malala, you are an inspiration and an example to follow, wish you a wonderful birthday and I hope you’ll have many more to come full of health, love and happiness; I wish for all your dreams to come true.
Great news, Malala is going home, so happy to read she is now able to go back home and continue with her life, I hope she will recover her hearing and live life to the fullest. Happy weekend Malala 🙂
Malala Yousufzai has been discharged from Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham (QEHB) after making a good recovery from her surgery last weekend.
The 15-year-old underwent cranial reconstruction and had a cochlear implant fitted on Saturday 2 February in a five-hour operation.
She spent two nights in the hospital’s Critical Care Unit before being moved to a ward, where she continued to make progress.
Her medical team decided she was well enough to be discharged as an inpatient yesterday (7 February). She will now continue her rehabilitation at her family’s temporary home in Birmingham and will visit the hospital occasionally for outpatient appointments.
Static to see Malala recovering well after the operation, she is an amazing girl, so optimistic after 5 hours operation and already talking and looking forward to the future; she is an example, an inspiration.
“Meanwhile, a source speaking on behalf of Yousufzai family has clarified to The News that several facebook and Twitter accounts have been set up in Malala’s name which are all fake and have nothing to do with Malala, who at the moment is under treatment and not using any electronic medium of communication under doctors’ instructions. The family clarification came after statements were used on behalf of Malala from fake Twitter and Facebook accounts expressing condolences to the family of the 23-year-old Indian woman who was gang-raped in Delhi and died Saturday.”
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