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Tag archives: Malala Yousafzai

Western feminism is dead, and Clinton’s victory will be its wake

Helen Razer November 8, 2016 4 Comments

No amount of femmo zingers or rainbow pantsuits can resuscitate feminism.

Terrorism has many faces in Pakistan

Terrorism has many faces in Pakistan

Shakira Hussein January 9, 2015 3 Comments

Extrajudicial punishment is meted out with alarming inconsistency in a state torn apart by terrorism.

All good in the Hudood: Pakistan doesn’t need Malala’s secularism, says female pollie

All good in the Hudood: Pakistan doesn’t need Malala’s secularism, says female pollie

Shakira Hussein October 17, 2014 16 Comments

Former Pakistani MP Raheel Qazi believes a woman's first priority should be her family and that Malala Yousafzai's goal of a secular Pakistan should never be realised.

Tips and rumours

Tips and rumours

Crikey October 18, 2013 3 Comments

Split looms in NSW Greens this weekend? ... who is the Australian Institute ... whistleblower loses home in bushfire ...

Shot in the head, now Malala faces backlash in Pakistan

Shot in the head, now Malala faces backlash in Pakistan

Shakira Hussein July 18, 2013 17 Comments

Pakistani education advocate Malala Youseffzai did not let an attack by the Taliban silence her. Her reward? A backlash, laden with conspiracy theories and victim-bashing.

2012 Crikeys: the good, the arsehat and the sexy

2012 Crikeys: the good, the arsehat and the sexy

Amber Jamieson December 24, 2012 10 Comments

The results for our annual Crikey Readers Choice Awards are in for the Person of the Year, the Arsehat of the Year and our country's sexiest politicians.