Malala Yousafzai has celebrated her first day at university five years after she was shot in the head by a Taliban extremist.
The former Birmingham schoolgirl, who attended Edgbaston High School for Girls, told Twitter followers: "5 years ago, I was shot in an attempt to stop me from speaking out for girls' education. Today, I attend my first lectures at Oxford."
But she received a bizarre reply from Mike Stock, a songwriter and record producer.
He was part of the Stock, Aitken and Waterman partnership, which achieved massive success in the 1980s and 1990s writing and producing music for acts such as Kylie Minogue.
Mr Stock replied on Twitter, saying: "Malala, will you speak up against Muslim extremism espousing violence against the western world, against Christians and Jews? Will you confirm that you do not support the destruction of all non-Muslims on a doctrinal basis?"
Ms Yousafzai was attacked by the Taliban in Pakistan as she was on her way to school, after criticising the extremist group's attempts to stop girls getting an education.
She survived after undergoing a five-hour operation to reconstruct her skull at Birmingham’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital , and settled in Birmingham with her family, saying she was “proud to be called a Brummie”.
She won the Nobel Prize for her work campaigning for the right of every girl to have an education - something many militant groups oppose.
If that wasn't enough, she spoke out against terrorism in a speech to the United Nations in 2013, saying: "'There are hundreds of human rights activists and social workers who are not speaking for their rights but who are struggling to achieve their goal of peace, education and equality.
"Thousands of people have been killed by the terrorists and millions injured - I am just one of them."
While she didn't respond to Mr Stock's comment, many other people did.
One Twitter user, Kev mcveigh, told Mr Stock: "She ALREADY IS A LEADER. You're not expected to personally condemn every act of violence by men, nor am I. Don't demand Malala do so."
Birmingham councillor Claire Spencer (Lab Moseley & Kings Heath) said on Twitter: "She's been pretty consistent on being anti-violence, of all kinds. Watch or read some of her speeches."
And a Twitter user calling themselves Pupkin Spice said: "She was shot by the people you're trying to group her with, you f****** idiot".