The Doctor Who Saved Malala's Life After Her Attack Came On A Show And Here's How People Reacted

By Sajeer Shaikh | 24 May, 2017

Recently, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s MNA, Mussarat Ahmedzeb went the conspiracy theory route, talking about how the attack on Malala Yousafzai was a set-up.

She went on to accuse Human Rights groups and the government in playing a role in the staging of these attacks on Malala.

Among the backlash and support her stance received, she has stood her ground on the topic with unwavering determination. She has since been disowned by her party as well.


However, last night, Mumtaz Ali – the doctor who attended to Malala following her attack, was invited to Shahzeb Khanzada’s show in order to explain what happened after the attack. 

Mumtaz Ali is seen presenting a clarification of the aftermath in the short clip Shahzeb Khanzada himself shared. The video, as expected, was met with a series of questions and sparked yet another debate.


Being the teelis Pakistanis are, they wanted some legit drama

And Mussarat Ahmedzeb shared her thoughts on the entire matter, too

 Others had theories of their own

Those theories had spin-offs

Some people were hard to convince

Seriously, people weren’t convinced

Like at all. In fact they had many follow-up questions

People wanted evidence

People were brutal

Some had completely different concerns altogether

This guy pretty much stated it like it is

And this person voiced the question that has been on all our minds for as long as we can remember

The drama surrounding Malala Yousafzai refuses to end. Her presence has, unfortunately, become a match that sets Pakistanis ablaze, inviting forth a ton of backlash each time. People continue harboring discontent over the Nobel Prize Winner, refusing to acknowledge that what happened to her was truly devastating. Here’s hoping this is the last of all the Malala drama that has gone down thus far.


Cover image via: Richard Stonehouse/Getty Images

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