Malala Yousafzai is the definition of Fierce, Independent, Strong and most of all “Loyal”. Malala was a simple 15 year old girl wanting to get an education when she was shot on her face by a Talabani gunman who was against girls getting a proper education, but that is not all, when Malala was 11 years old her father took her to a local press-club in Peshawar to protest the right of woman education being taken away and that is where she gave her first speech “How dare the Taliban take my basic right to education ?”
The Taliban started to close education for girls in 2007, when Malala was only 10 years old and even simple activities like dancing, watching television were prohibited. in early 2009 Malala started to blog anonymously on the Urdu language site of the “British Broadcasting Corporation” (BBC). She wrote about the way of living in the Swat Valley under Taliban rule, And her desire to pursue an education, She questioned the motives of the Taliban and described being forced to stay at home, after that when Malala was only 11 years old she wrote her first BBC diary entry. Under the name of “I am afraid” She described her extreme fear of a war in her beautiful Swat Valley, and nightmares about being fearful to go to school because of the Taliban, The Pakistan-Taliban War was approaching Hastily, And on May 5, 2008 Malala, along with her family had been forced to leave they’re house and seek safety hundreds of miles away.
Her voice grew and grew louder over the course of some year
When she came back, she used media to spark awareness on the woman education situation in Pakistan and continued public campaign for her right to go to school. Her voice grew and grew louder over the course of some year. Her father was known to support girls young or old to pursue they’re education and offered them access to a free quality education her activism started to spread and it resulted in a nomination for the international children’s peace prize in 2011, That same year she was also awarded Pakistan’s National Youth Peace Prize. But not everyone liked and welcomed her to bring change in Swat. And then on October 9, 2012 a sweet and fierce 15 year old girl Malala was shot on her face by the Taliban, sitting on a bus coming for school Malala was discussing to her friends about school-work two members of the Taliban came and stopped the bus and asked for Malala by name and when found , shot fires at her 3 times, one of the bullets entered her head and came out and one was lodged in her shoulder.
Malala was seriously wounded and was taken to a Pakistani military hospital in Peshawar, four days later to an intensive care unit in Birmingham, England. Once she was in the United Kingdom, Malala was taken out of a medically induced coma after 10 days and the first thing she said after waking up was “My Father Has No Money”, though that was not the end of the things she would have to face. she would require many surgeries including repair of facial nerve to fix the paralyzed left side of her face, Though, luckily she faces no severe brain damage.
“I Am Malala: The Girl Who Stood Up for Education and Was Shot by the Taliban”
In March 2013, after weeks of treatment and therapy Malala was able to attend school In Birmingham. After the shooting and her incredible recovery along with her returning to school, everything caused an outpour to support Malala. On July 12th 2013, her 16th birthday, Malala visited New York and spoke at the United Nations, Later that year she published her first book, an autobiography titled “I Am Malala: The Girl Who Stood Up for Education and Was Shot by the Taliban” in 2014 through the Malala fund, the organization she co-founded with her father, Malala travelled to Jordan to meet Syrian refugees, To Kenya to meet young female students, And finally to Nigeria for her 17th birthday.
Malala has always said that her inspiration was her father Ziauddin Yousafzai who is honestly one of the most supportive people I’ve heard of.
In Nigeria, she spoke out in support of the abducted girls who were kidnapped earlier that year by Boko Haram, a terrorist group which, like the Taliban, tries to stop girls from pursuing an education, Today Malala is one of the biggest female activists that helps females to know they’re rights, she has roughly 13 books written by her and she has sold 1.8 million copy’s of them all together coming to a total of 2 million pounds.
Malala has always said that her inspiration was her father Ziauddin Yousafzai who is honestly one of the most supportive people I’ve heard of and malalas mother (Tor pekai) is also very supportive though she recently learned to speak and write and just learned a bit of English she’s a mother and she seems like a very nice woman who is very religious and prays 5 times a day (as the Quran suggests) Malalas husband (Asser Malik) is the kind of man that cheers for another team in a cricket match, he loves sports but he also loves Malala very much!
So let’s give Malala a very warm and happy welcome, because for all she’s done for us.
, Malala has come to visit Pakistan after 4 years and this is her second visit after the shooting incident and even now she came to help the people affected by the floods in Pakistan, so, let’s all thank Malala for not only coming to a place where she has such harsh memories with but we should also thank her for coming her to help her people, but also we should give her a very warm welcome and not overwhelm her.
So let’s give Malala a very warm and happy welcome, because for all she’s done for us, she most definitely deserves it out of a lot of people.