BAKU  - President Asif Ali Zardari dubbed the Taliban onslaught on 14-year-old peace icon Malala Yousufzai as an attack on all girls in the country.“The (Taliban) attack on the 14-year-old girl, who championed girls’ education since she was 11, is an attack on all girls in Pakistan, an attack on education, and on all civilised people,” Zardari said at an economic summit in the Azerbaijani capital. The president vowed to carry forward her mission, saying: “The work that she led was higher before God than what terrorists do in the name of religion. We will continue her shining cause.” Zardari said such attacks would not deter Pakistan in its search for broader social justice. “Terrorists should not have an impact on our future. We ourselves must determine our future,” he said.