Original post made by Susan, Southgate, on Jan 10, 2013
This young girl will live through time, as a heroine. She still still lives, but the Taliban will probably still kill her, again.
It is time to put her on every civilized country's postage stamps. Then name plazas in her name. The U.N., if it had any integrity, would build a statue for her at its headquarters. Certainly, the Palo City council should a pass a resolution supporting her.
Only once or twice in century do we get such a presence, with such courage.
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