Nobel Winner Malala Yousafzai Becomes "Stranger at the Gate" Film Executive Producer

Malala Yousafzai

NewsToday: Malala Yousafzai, Nobel prize winner, has called political and religious leaders to raise her voice against the Taliban and all kinds of terrorism. During an interview with for the Oscar-nominated documentary Stranger at the Gate, Malala made the remark. It should be emphasized that Malala served as executive producer of a movie about war, Islamophobia, racism, and the importance of forgiving one's enemies.

She continued by saying that the Taliban challenge them and that Islam does not support terrorism. Taliban should refrain from mentioning Islam. Pakistan's populace needs security and peace.She also disclosed that she has been appointed executive producer of the upcoming stranger at the gate movie. The story of the movie centres on US MARINE and war veteran Mr. Mckinney, who grew up in the military and considered Muslims to be her adversaries. She intended to attack the Islamic center when she got back to Munice. But when she got to the mosque, she encountered honest and straightforward people.

Sabahat Abid


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