What had been a unified voice against the Taliban, and the possibility of action, is receding before a backlash...
“We have mixed feelings about Malala,” said the man, Raja Imran, 30, his eyes shaded by sunglasses, fiddling with a pack of Marlboros. “Was it the Americans who shot her or was it Al Qaeda? We don’t know. Some people think this is all an American publicity stunt to make their point against the Taliban.”
We don't know, so we'll make up our own story and call that the truth.
No wonder progressives feel at home with radical Islam.