They condemn, but their words alone will not prevent future occurrences. I say, execute the shooter in public. That'll be a deterrent.
Malala’s shooting is only the most public example of the Taliban’s brutality and despicable attitudes toward women and girls. There are probably thousands of similarly ugly stories that don’t make international headlines. Nevertheless, it’s heartening to see widespread anti-Taliban sentiment in Pakistan, however long it lasts. The best hope for the country is that the domestic reaction against fanatical barbarism will discredit radical ideology and shame political and military leaders into acting to defend the pillars of decency and toleration.