Malala was shot in the head by one Taliban fighter a year ago after she refused to halt her efforts to expose the plight of schoolgirls in northwestern Pakistan.
Militant outfit spokesperson -- Ehsanullah Ehsan turned to micro-blogging site Twitter and tweeted, "Characters like Malala should know that we are not deterred by propaganda of Kuffar. We have prepared sharp & shiny knives for the enemy of Islam."
"Malala speaks so much against guns and armed conflicts. Does she not know that founder of her recent Nobel award was the inventor of explosives," he added.
A faction of Pakistan Taliban criticised the choice of Malala for the 2014 Nobel Peace prize calling her "an agent of non-believers". Jamaat-ul-Ahrar, which had separated from Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) in Aug 2014, also tweeted that Malala was being used by non-believers for propaganda.
Malala received the Nobel Peace Prize along with Indian activist Kailash Satyarthi. Malala and Satyarthi were awarded the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize by the Norwegian Nobel Committee Oct 10 and they will receive the award on Dec 10.
Malala and Satyarthi will both give speeches at the ceremony about their struggles in Pakistan and India against the suppression of child rights.