Yepp but I am not diminishing the act of Aitazaz Hassan but yours. I am ok with that.
Yepp. Nuances are important the problem is you do not see them.
I think maybe you do not get the situation or see the bigger picture.
Aitazaz Hassan has become an inspiration for people in Pakistan and the near future will show us what effect that has.
The souls he has saved in his one single act might be a drop in the ocean compared to the ones he will save by his inspiration in the future.
The same goes for Malala Yousafzai only she has already had time to inspire people of the world and make a difference.
Who has done the best of these two we will only know at the end of time. And I am not even going to try to judge that.
Aitazaz Hassan seems to be boy with ambition to become a doctor. His teachers praise his accomplishment at school. No doubt he holds education in high regard and obviously the people of the region seems to hold Malala in high regard as well. Probably Aitazaz did too. At least he does not like extremists or their actions which would make him not liking a woman being shot for expressing her views.
What do you think Aitazaz Hassan would say to being remembered like this? By this comparison? That diminishes something that needs lifting?
What you three need to reconsider is. What action right now walks the path of peace and what action right now does not?
Think about this those who diminishes an act to promote education. Aitazaz Hassan might have saved 2000 lifes by dying. But he was going to become a doctor. If he had not died how many lifes would he have saved during his life thanks to his education?
Think about this. How many more (female) doctors will there be in Pakistan thanks to Malala?