The Pakistan Taliban on Monday said that if they get a chance, they would attack Malala again. The group said that she had no courage and would target her again.
Malala was shot shot last year on October 9 in the head by the group, when she was in her school bus. She has been recovering ever since in the United Kingdom, where she underwent a surgery and was recovering.
Spokesperson for the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan Shahidullah Shahid said that Malala was attacked not because she went to a school but because she spoke against Taliban and Islam.
He alleged that Malala even used a fake name to write a diary.
He said that anyone who is against their religion and criticises Islam like she does, with her secular ideology would be targeted again and again.
Shahid: Malala was shot because she was against Islam and Taliban
After the brutal attack, Malala vowed to campaign for her cause 'education for all'. In an interview with the BBC, she dismissed the death threats and said that she wished to return back to Pakistan.
She has been honoured with many awards and her courage has made her a front-runner for the Nobel Peace Prize, which willl be awarded on Friday.