Central & South Asia
Asad Hashim: Ask Me Anything on Malala
Journalist Asad Hashim will be on Reddit answering questions on Malala Yousafzai and his trip to Pakistan's Swat Valley.
Last Modified: 18 Oct 2012 11:29
Malala Yousafzai was shot by Taliban fighters for opposing the group and advocating education for girls [EPA]

Do you have questions about Malala Yousafzai?

Then log onto reddit.com to join the chat with Al Jazeera's Asad Hashim


He has been reporting from the Swat Valley on how the police are handling the case and how the attempt on Yousafzai's life has affected the community.

Hashim had to pull out of Swat Valley for security reasons.

Hashim will be online from 18:00 GMT, October 18, on Reddit's "IAmA" page - Ask Me Anything. After the thread goes up, check back here for the link.

You can view the question-and-answer without being logged in, but to ask a question, you'll need to have a Reddit account. You can create one for free on top of the site


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