Malala Yousufzai has been facing severe backlash on social media after she commented on iPhone 11’s triple camera feature.
People are now calling her out for not raising her voice for brutality in Indian occupied Kashmir.
Pakistani actress/host Mathira has also criticised Malala for not sticking to her genre.

Social activist Malala Yousufzai has been facing severe backlash on social media after she commented on the launch of new iPhone 11 but staying silent about the brutality in Indian occupied Kashmir.

Malala engaged a larger audience into the debate when she posted a picture of her dress bearing an uncanny resemblance to the new iPhone’s triple-camera.

Is this just a coincidence that I wore this dress on the same day as Apple iPhone 11’s launch #iPhone11 pic.twitter.com/k6s4WM4HKq

— Malala (@Malala) 10 September 2019

People are now calling her out for not raising her voice for some serious issues like Kashmir. Being a social activist and a global icon, people have been expecting a lot from her. Her comment remained influential every time as it reiterated the public sentiment.

Among the critics was the notable, Pakistani actress/host Mathira, who also criticise Malala for not sticking to her genre. “First of all she has the time to post about iPhone stuff why not Kashmir, I don’t get it. Her one tweet against Priyanka and Kashmir will help but she is worried about her dress and iPhone,” Mathira wrote.

School children of Kashmir can’t go to school because of lockdown, at least have curtesy to send a single tweet about them

— Yasir Mirza (@yasirenbcn) 10 September 2019

When shall there be the coincidence of you speaking for the poor girls of #Kashmir , who haven’t been able to make it to their schools? #Day38CurfewInKasmir #KashmirStillUnderCurfew #KashmirBleeds #KashmirBleeds_WorldSleeps

— Maleeha Hashmey (@MaleehaHashmey) 11 September 2019

مجھے حیرت ہو رہی ہے کہ ملالہ کشمیر کے بچوں کی تعلیم کے لئے ٹویٹ کرنے کی بجائے اپنے کپڑوں پر ٹویٹ کر رہی ہے.
کیا ملالہ کو کشمیر میں ایک ماہ سے بند اسکول اور کشمیر پر جو ظلم ہو رہا وہ نہیں پتہ؟
کیا ملالہ نے ایک بار بھی کشمیر میں کرفیو کے خاتمے کے لئے ہیومن رائٹس سے درخواست کی؟

— Sameera Khan (@Sameraofficial1) 11 September 2019

Dearest Malala,

While it’s really sweet that you have time to tweet about your dress and the launch of the new iPhone 11, please do spare a moment to raise your voice in support of your brothers and sisters in #Kashmir. No one can hear them, but the world will listen to you.

— Soraya (@SorayaAziz) 11 September 2019

Malala reaction on #Kashmir:
Bla bla bla bla blaaa

Malala reaction on #iPhone11:
Halalalalalalalaalaa

— Political Bigmouth (@SiyasiBakwasi) 11 September 2019

You cares about how your dress matches with iPhone 11’s triple camera feature but doesn’t even think about tweeting in favor of Kashmir even when you know your single tweet can help. Wow!

— Real Pandoo (@realvillager07) 11 September 2019

After seeing this photo, I felt so motivated. It changed my whole life, now I’m a successfull person. I got 10 olympic gold medals, 6 Oscars, 7 awards. Next year I’m planning to buy moon. It’s all happened because of you. Thank you so much.

— Imranist (@Za_Irfan_Yom) 11 September 2019

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