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I am Malala!

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Transcript of I am Malala!

I am Malala!
Malala says...
"I use to think that the Taliban would come and he will kill me. But then I said 'if he comes,what would you do Malala? Then I would reply to myself, 'just take a shoe and hit him'. But then I said, 'if you hit a Taliban, then there is no difference between you and the Taliban. You must not treat others with cruelty and that much harshly, you must fight others but through peace and through dialogue and through education. Then I said I will tell him how important education is and that 'I even want education for your children as well'. And I will tell him, 'that's what I want to tell, now do what you want".
Who is Malala?
Malala is the girl that doesn't give up on her education
Born July 12, 1997
Mingora, Pakistan
Attended the school her father, Zaiuddin Yousafzai founded
Treated at a hospital in Peshwar
Later taken to a hospital in Birmingham, England.
Part of skull moved
Went through several surgeries to repair nerves.
March 13,2013 she started school in Birmingham.
Treatment and Recovery
"Let us pick up our books and our pens. They are our most powerful weapons. One child, one teacher, one book, and one pen can change the world".


Book called "I am Malala:The girl who stood up for education and was shot by the Taliban"
European Parliament awarded her with the Sakharov Prize
Nomiated for the Noble Peace Prize
The youngest person to speak at the United Nations
Malala's Achievevments
Malala says...

Life Changing Moment
Malala and her friends were coming home from school
A man from the Taliban approached the bus with a gun
He asked the question "Which one of you is Malala"
Fired one shot
The bullet entered her head, traveled to her neck then to her shoulder.
Sources...
Source 1
website: www.biography.com
date:
Nov, 11,13
type:article
Source 2
website:aworldatschool.org
type:article
date:
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