Malala- The Educationist

Malala Yousafzai

Applauds for the youngest Nobel peace prize winner Malala Yousafzai.  The 17 year old girl born in Pakisthan, nobody would have thought that this little girl would create history. Born in a country where the girls are deprived of education and other rights, Malala had to undergo through tough times at a very young age.


Belonging to a Sunni Muslim family her father Ziauddin Yousafzai was himself an activist and a school owner who run chain of schools. It was her father who recognized the spark in Malala’s eyes and so when her brothers went to sleep Yousafzai would fill Malalas ears with current political condition of the country. He always encouraged her to become a politician but Malala had her ambition in becoming a doctor.

The young BBC blogger expressed her grievances detailing life under Taliban occupation in her blog under the pseudonym. . Following her documentary she made her first appearance in Capital talk. As Malala became more recognized, her life was in danger. Later in 2012 she was shot by the Talibans. But the three bullets were not strong enough to take the life of the young and tough Malala. Instead the bullets made her even stronger than before. Now Malala had a new mission, mission to strive for female education in Pakistan. She alternated her desire from being a doctor to be a politician to save her country from the dirty hands of Taliban.

The winner of Pakistan’s first National Youth Peace Prize, the youngest blogger also made it to the front cover of the magazine ‘100 Most Influential People in the World’. At 17 Malala becomes the second noble peace prize winner in Pakistan and the youngest Noble Peace Prize winner.

At an age when children play with toys and dolls, Malala had seen guns and gunmen. Her courage to question the Taliban’s “how dare the Taliban’s to take away  my basic right to education” is not just to be appreciated but to be admired. In a world where people fear to stand for their family, Malala had stood for her country girls. We salute Malala and her courage to be one among the million. Applauds for the young girl on her Noble Peace Prize win.

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