Can anyone with a straight face tell me that Snowden whistleblowing about Americas spying habits is THE most deserving Nobel Prize recipient?
Claudia Paz y Paz:Pakistani activist Malala Yousafzai was 14 when she was shot in the head by Taliban militants in 2012 as punishment for her high profile campaign to encourage girls to go to school.
She was in a pickup truck on her way home her from school when a masked man stopped the truck while another shot her in the head with a pistol.
Malala was flown to the UK for treatment and now attends school in Birmingham.
On 12 July 2013, Yousafzai's 16th birthday, she spoke at the UN to call for worldwide access to education. The UN dubbed the event "Malala Day."
Edward Snowden:Claudia Paz y Paz is the first female Attorney General in Guatemala, one of the most violent countries in Latin America. She has been heavily influential in the prosecution of organised crime and has campaigned against political corruption.
She has worked hard to bring to justice human rights abusers and perpetrators of widespread gender-based violence
Most importantly she has ensured that, for the first time, those responsible for human rights abuses committed by the military dictatorship during Guatemala's civil war have been prosecuted.
One of these things is not like the others.A sociology professor in Sweden has recommended NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden for the Nobel Peace Prize.
Professor Stefan Svallfors said that Snowden's revelations about United States and British government mass surveillance programs had 'helped to make the world a little bit better and safe".
All quotes from here:Nobel Peace Prize 2013: the nominees - Telegraph