How is Malala doing today?


It appears that she is stable.

On Friday, an international team of neurological specialists said her condition  was stable, but they’re watching her closely…

Tests on Malala went well, doctors said Friday, and her care at a hospital  where she was initially treated was good. She remains in critical condition, but  specialists are satisfied with the situation.

“The next 36 to 48 hours are important,” Major Gen. Asim Bajwa told reporters  in Rawalpindi.

People keep telling us to pray, which is understandable but still annoying. However I do spend some time saying “don’t die don’t die don’t die don’t die” at intervals. Might as well.

Comments

  1. says

    People keep telling us to pray, which is understandable but still annoying. However I do spend some time saying “don’t die don’t die don’t die don’t die” at intervals. Might as well.

    Yeah, y’know…

    I’d go all ‘Don’t pray for me. Don’t you get it? That’s not our team’…

    … but I’d guess it probably kinda is hers. So maybe fair enough, either way.

    Brave girl. Insanely brave girls, even, as someone else pointed out, recently. Her and everyone on that bus.

  2. says

    No, I know, and I don’t retort. (I wish Kristof hadn’t added “#Prayers” to his tweet today though, because it made me not want to RT it.) But it does get annoying, because if god can fix it god could have stopped it, so just give it a rest.

    (I did retort mildly to one person who thanked god for saving Malala. We’ve been going back and forth ever since – but in a friendly sort of way.)

  3. Alexandre says

    This might sound stupid but i never knew about this any of it until our teacher told us!
    Go Malala stay strong

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