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Malala Condemns Donald Trump's Anti-Muslims Remarks

London; Dec.16: Nobel Prize winner Malala Yousafzai has condemned Donald Trump's call to ban Muslims from the US for being "full of hatred", warning comments of this kind will only radicalise more terrorists

Trump's statement about barring Muslims from the US came after the San Bernardino massacre where a Muslim couple killed 14 people in California.

Malala's father Ziauddin Yousafzai said that accusing1.6 billion Muslims for terrorism is 'unfair and unjust'.

Malala, attacked by Taliban in 2012, was present at a sombre ceremony to remember the killing of 122 school children killed at Army Public School in Peshawar last year.

She further enlightened the mass saying that education is necessary in order to get rid of the mentality and hatred that terrorism breeds.

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