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Malala Yousafzai

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Peter William Friborg Larsen

on 22 January 2015

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Transcript of Malala Yousafzai

Malala life
"I had a terrible dream yesterday with military helicopters and the Taliban. I have had such dreams since the launch of the military operation in Swat. I was afraid going to school because the Taliban had issued an edict banning all girls from attending schools. Only 11 students attended the class out of 27. The number decreased because of Taliban's edict.
On my way from school to home I heard a man saying 'I will kill you'. I hastened my pace... to my utter relief he was talking on his mobile and must have been threatening someone else over the phone."
Born - 12 July 1997 (age 17)

From - Mingora, North-West Frontier Province, Pakistan

Lives in - Birmingham, England

Nationality - Pakistani
I am afraid - 3 January 2009
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Nobel Peace Prize

Sakharov Prize

Simone de Beauvoir Prize

Honorary Canadian citizenship

National Youth Peace Prize

"Malala doesn't want to play to some western-backed or Taliban-loved stereotype. She shows us that there are voices out there, in Pakistan, that need to be heard, if only to help the country find democracy that is for and from the people, all the people."
"She is the identity of Pakistan"

Angela Merkel

"I have a new dream ... I must be a politician to save this country. There are so many crises in our country. I want to remove these crises."

Malala Yousafzai
Do not wear colourful dresses - 5 January 2009
I may not go to school again - 14 January 2009
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Malala Yousafzai
I was getting ready for school and about to wear my uniform when I remembered that our principal had told us not to wear uniforms and
come to school wearing normal clothes instead.
So I decided to wear my favourite pink dress. Other girls in school
were also wearing colourful dresses. During the morning assembly we
were told not to wear colourful clothes as the Taliban would object to it.
"I was in a bad mood while going to school because winter vacations are starting from tomorrow. The principal announced the vacations but did not mention the date the school was to reopen.

"The girls were not too excited about vacations because they knew if the Taliban implemented their edict [banning girls' education] they would not be able to come to school again. I am of the view that the school will one day reopen but while leaving I looked at the building as if I would not come here again."

Halima Mansour in the Guardian
Gul Makai - 15 January 2009
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"Today, I also read my diary written for the BBC in Urdu. My mother liked my pen name Gul Makai. I also like the name because my real name means 'grief stricken'."
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