Malala Thesis

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Malala Yousafzai: The Story of a Brave Girl Imagine that you were an 11 year old girl who had been going to school all her life, then Taliban Militants came and told you could not go to school anymore. Malala Yousafzai must have been scared when the first Militants came. To some people school is taken for granted, to others school it is a privilege, some even wishes it to be a right. Schools around the world help the growing populations to get educated and stay educated to help with the economy. Malala Yousafzai’s story is one not many of us would want to live; she has gone through great sacrifice, but she has helped and inspired millions. Alternatively, Malala’s story is one that is very different from the average persons. Hers starts when her diary was first published, under the name “Gul Makai”, when she was just 11 years old (“Profile: Malala Yousafzai”). Some people didn’t agree with Malala, especially the Taliban. In October, 2012, she was shot in the head by a Taliban gunman, the bullet hit her left brow going under the skin, down her head, then it went into her shoulder (“Profile: Malala Yousafzai”). The man who shot her also shot two of her school friends, luckily they were only…show more content…
Malala, being the target of that Taliban Gunman, means that she cannot go back to Swat Valley in Pakistan (“Malala Yousafzai says she yearns to be ‘normal,’ despite fame- and now Nobel”). In Birmingham, England, Malala had to go through reconstructive surgery (“The Courage of Malala: Shot for Advocating Education for Girls”). It is a huge challenge that lies before her, the problem of self-perpetuating. Yousafzai revealed,” We have almost 50 million illiterate adults, two thirds of whom are women like my own mother,” (“The Courage of Malala: Shot for Advocating Education for Girls”). Although Malala has had many challenges in her life, she has overcome them with a great strength that not many people

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