Political Psychology: A Case Study of Malala Yousafzai Nobel Peace Prize Holder

Muhammad Ahmed Qadri


In Pakistan, the Taliban has a very strong network. Their Madarasa (religious school) network is considered conventional religio-political point. The Taliban believe in traditional, but radical Islam. According to their viewpoint, women who are receiving education are going against the rules of Islam especially in combined educational system where there are boys and girls together. They do not allow any concept of modernization in their culture. They are strict followers of Imam Abu Hanifa, a famous Muslim jurist. Politically they follow Saudi Arabia in their political system.

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