Schools for girls attacked in Pakistan

Government official says teachers are afraid to come to work


 

Pakistani Taliban have blown up five girls’ schools in the town of Mingora in northwest Pakistan. A government official said that teachers are afraid to come to work: “I try to convince them but they’re scared. They doubt the government’s ability to protect them.” The Taliban believe that education for girls is un-Islamic.

BBC News


 
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