Malala Yousafzai’s -A Girls Fight For Education


Malala Yousafzai’s -A Girls Fight For Education

Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani school girl who was shot in the head by Taliban militants last year will today  will be  addressing the United Nations.

She began writing a blog for the BBC under a pseudonym in 2009, when she was just 11, speaking about her experiences of trying to obtain an education under Taliban rule.Capture

In October 2012, when she was 15, Taliban gunmen boarded a bus she was travelling on and shot her in the head and neck.

Malala survived the attack and was flown to the UK for rehabilitation. Fifty Islamic clerics have since condemned her attack in the strongest possible terms by ordering a fatwa against those who tried to murder her, but the Taliban have reiterated their intent to kill Malala and her father.

Ahead of her address, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon highlighted the importance of ensuring global access to quality education, stressing that no girl or boy should face unsafe circumstances when exercising this basic right.

Related articles and source :Thejournal.ie

guardian.co.uk

Image taken from malala-yousafzai.com

 

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6 Responses to Malala Yousafzai’s -A Girls Fight For Education

  1. jaseemafarzana says:

    I was completely in awe of her UN speech! Such an inspiring girl!

    • adz25 says:

      True. Simple and no hatred . Just there presenting a clear message to the world.
      Hope communities learn to start respecting and valuing women and girl children .

  2. sugandha118 says:

    Read stones into schools if you like, it talks about education for girls in remotest village of the country….she is a lucky girl to survive such an attack

  3. Harsha says:

    I don’t understand the mentality of Talibans..They are the most illiterate person ever to live in this world..and Hats off to this Girl…

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