Real facts about Mallala Yousafzai That you’re not Know
Malala Yousafzai is a Pakistani brave girl and was born in Swat Pakistan, Her father was the owner of a school and was very active and conscious about educational issues.
In 2012 the Taliban shooted on Malala Yousafzai on the bus when she backed home from the school.
She survived her life very difficult, but after many operations in the UK, where now she lives today. For her schooling, she continues to work and struggles very hard effort for the rights of girls’ education.
Roleplay Of Mallal Yousafzai
Most of the world’s population, mostly in poor countries, is made up of children and for young people. To achieve a peaceful world, the most important thing that the rights of children and young people to be respected.
At the age of 11 years, the Malala Yousafzai fought for girls against their right to education. After the attack on her life by the Taliban in 2012, she never gives up and remains continued her struggle and she become a leading advocate of girls’ rights.
Malala was born on July 12, 1997, in the beautiful valley swat and it is now becoming the KPK Province of Pakistan. her father name is Ziauddin and her mother name is Tor Pekai Yousafzai and she has two younger brothers.
At a very young age, Malala developed a thirst for knowledge in her mind .at that time her father was a passionate education advocate and also, ran a learning institution in the city, and school that was a big part of Malala’s family and her life.
At The Age Of 10 Years
In 2007, Malala was ten years old, and she tries to the rapidly changed situation for her family and people for her community. And that time the Taliban start to control the Swat Valley and they quickly became the dominant socio-political force of northwestern Pakistan.
All Girls were disabled from attending the school, and also cultural activities like dancing and watching television.
At The End Of 2008
By the end of 2008, the Taliban had destroyed about 400 schools. Malala stands up in the front of the Taliban with the help of her father, and than Malala quickly became a critic and she once said on Pakistani TV. “How dare the Taliban take away my basic right to education?”
At the year of 2009
In early 2009, Malala started blogging in the Urdu language with the help of the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC).
She wrote about her life in the Swat Valley about the under Taliban rule, and about her desire to go to school for education.
Malala was 11 years old when she wrote her first BBC diary. the heading of her blog is “I am afraid,” she described her fear of a full-blown war in the beautiful Swat Valley, and they are very afraid to go to the school for education because of the Taliban.
Children’s Peace Prize in 2011
Her voice grew louder and spread very fast, and over the effort of the next three years, she with her father became the most famous personality of Pakistan for their girl’s access to free quality education.
Her efforts resulted in she was a nomination for the International Children’s Peace Prize in 2011. That same year, she was also awarded by Pakistan’s National Youth Peace Prize.
Attack On Mallal Yousafzai, In 2013
Once she was Seat on a bus and come back home from the school, Malala was busy talking with her friends about her schoolwork. 2 members of the Taliban group stopped the bus.
A young bearded Talib fired three shots at her. One of the bullets entered her head. Malala was seriously injured.
That same day, she was admitted to a Pakistani military hospital in Peshawar and after 4 days later moved to the intensive care unit in Birmingham, England.
Once she was in the UK, Malala was successfully taken out of a medically induced coma.
she required multiple surgeries, also including repaired for her facial nerve to fix the paralyzed left side of her face and eyes, while she suffered no major brain damage. after the 1 week of treatment and therapy, Malala was able to start attending school in Birmingham.
In The Year Of 2014
In 2014, the Malala was Fund, the organization with her father, Malala also traveled to Jordan to meet with Syrian peoples, she also traveled to Kenya to meet young female students, and at last to the northern Nigeria for her 17th birthday.
In Nigeria, she spoke for girls who were kidnapped earlier that year by Boko Haram, and Boko haram is a terrorist group like the Taliban that tries to stop girls from going to school for education.
In the month of October Malala was named a Nobel Peace Prize winner. At the age of 17, she became the youngest person to receive this kind of prize. after Accepting the award, Malala said that “This award is not just for me. It is for all those children who want an education. It is for those children who want peace. It is for those children who want change or revolution.”
Now she Currently residing in Birmingham United kingdom, Malala is always for the active proponent of education for social and economic rights. The Malala found with her own voice, Malala Yousafzai remains an advocate for the education of girls.