PALAK KASHIVParticipant@palakAugust 16, 2021 at 8:56 pm #33435
Malala Yousuf Zai
Well, I think all women in this world need to listen to their struggles, their firmness of purpose and eagerness to get educated also to give education right to every woman in this world.
“When the whole world silence, even the one voice becomes powerful,” Malala said in her biography. Every woman, the girl has her own fight and struggles to go on, sometimes against society, Male dominating culture, and also against her own family but when we start giving up our willingness and all hope to keep fighting, we need to remember her story. The 15-year-old girl who stood up for her right to education against the Taliban and also was shotted not just once but thrice still could not stop her from getting an education. In 2007 swat valley came under the dominance of the Taliban and banned girls from going to school, Malala is thought this is an injustice, and with the support of her family, she decides to fight against them for her rights. The 15-year-old girl must be so afraid but her eagerness to get justice for herself and other girls couldn’t stop her from fighting. Malala Yousufzai also got felicitated with the Noble prize award now currently she is being part of documentaries which will be very inspiring to us and all her struggles are going shown in the documentary, even that 15-year girl can do something we can also try to do. She has achieved a lot of things in this shortage. Being a social activist, she always put her point and voice about issues, she is really a blessing for their country.038 deepika SinghParticipant@038-deepikaFebruary 10, 2022 at 1:49 pm #34101
We all know Malala Yousafzai as the woman who speaks for women equality and education. Malala is the youngest person ever to win the Nobel Peace Prize and has become well known in the international community for her diary about life under Taliban rule. Since then she became a notable activists who speaks for education and equality around the world.
Malala was born in Mingora, Pakistan on July 12,1997. As a child Malala loved school but everything changed when Taliban took control of her town. In 2012, she spoke out publicly on behalf of girls and their right to education and the Talibani’s made her a target. One day on her way home from school, a masked gunman boarded her school bus and she was shot on the head. After months of surgery, rehabilitation and prayers of her supports and loved ones she joined her family in their new home in the U.K. It was then, Malala knew that she could either sit quietly at her home and enjoy her new life or rather use this privilege to continue her fight for equality of women in education. Since then, Malala Yousafzai have never missed out an opportunity to speak up for the rights of women. Yousafzai is currently studying Philosophy, Politics and Economics at the University of Oxford.Afshan IqbalParticipant@afshanFebruary 12, 2022 at 2:11 pm #34117
From being an education activist in Pakistan to the youngest Nobel Peace Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai was born a fighter. She was born in Mingora, Pakistan on July 12, 1997. Her father, Ziauddin Yousafzai, was determined to give her all the opportunities that a boy gets to have. Malala was determined to study but when the Taliban took control of her town in Swat Valley girls could no longer go to school and enforced harsh punishments for those who defied their orders. Malala started writing a blog for the BBC but she did not use her real name. She wrote about life in her town and she said that she was afraid her school would be shut down. But Malala didn’t stop, she spoke out publicly on behalf of girls and for their right to education. Taliban told Malala and her father to stop. But Malala didn’t stop, she spoke out publicly on behalf of girls and for their right to education. And this made her a target. In October 2012, on her way home from school, a masked gunman boarded her school bus and asked, “Who is Malala?” He shot her on the left side of the head. Malala was taken to the hospital in Pakistan and then she was flown to a hospital in the UK. She had to stay in hospital for over two months. People all around the world raised their voices in support of Malala and were shocked that the Taliban tried to kill a 15-year-old girl, just because she spoke out for education. She became a symbol of children’s right to education. Malala received the Nobel Peace Prize in December 2014 and became the youngest-ever Nobel laureate. Malala continued her fight to ensure all girls receive 12 years of free, safe, quality education. She graduated from Oxford University in the year 2020. Malala Yousafzai got married to Asser Malik, a Pakistani entrepreneur in the year 2021.
Malala became the icon for bravery and a symbol of fighting for girls’ rights.
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