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The fourteen year old girl from Pakistan who survived a brutal attack by the Taliban.
Is now at a hospital in Great Britain for medical care.
And our own protection.
Militant gunmen stormed that teenage girls school bus last week and shot her in the head and neck in retaliation for support.
Of education for girls.
She'd been blogging about life in northwestern Pakistan where women are still essentially second class citizens.
As a result the Taliban claims she was guilty of pushing western thinking.
But the attackers reportedly horrified many pakistanis and they've gathered by the thousands to show support for the badly wounded girl.
Despite that country's long history of religious extremism.
Fox sports -- -- -- Jonathan Hunt is with us tonight what will what are doctors saying about how she's doing.
Well right now the British team of doctors looking off -- are saying.
That there -- privacy rules that they need to be aware of so they won't tell us much about precise condition but we do know locals.
That doctors in pockets -- before she even left that to travel to the UK.
Removed a bullet from -- -- she has suffered.
A lot of damage in the head and neck area she has a long long road to recovery.
But the doctors in the UK say the very fact that they brought -- that is a good sign listen.
-- -- -- criticism to talk to some of -- -- people from there and Children's Hospital believe that she has a chance of making good recovery because they're too inappropriate.
On every level not least to put through all the assists if there's no hope to reduce the coverage so I've not seen -- -- it is clear that they believe there's a -- -- -- recovery.
And she is getting the best possible help she's -- the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham central England.
That hospital -- dealt with what the brits -- every single -- -- casualty to Britain has suffered over the last ten years -- And back home in Pakistan.
Surprising to a lot of people the amount of outcry against what the Taliban did her -- But when you look at this this is a fourteen year old girl who did nothing more than suggests that she and others like should be allowed to go to school.
As a response to this attempted -- all of that fourteen year old -- tens of thousands turned dad in Karachi the southern Pakistani city.
-- significant because that hasn't -- a hot -- Of extremism that would demonstrations in support of Moala in other cities in pockets Don but the key here -- calls.
Is what the Pakistani.
Government does and as yet we haven't even heard from Pakistani officials a strong condemnation of that attempted -- so.
Who knows when we'll actually have.
Jonathan Hunt thank you -- the cap.
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