Malala Yousafzai is a teenager that made international headlines. Malala was shot point-blank range and didn’t die from it. Young people can change the world. Malala was one of those young people who changed the world. She got shot in two thousand twelve. (Tell me more) She was born July twelfth, nineteen ninety-seven, in Mingora Pakistan. (Jan Mior) Malala has positively and negatively affected the world by standing up for women’s rights.
After she recovered from her injury of being shot she did many more great things. She met President and Mrs. Obama (Tell me more) In an interview she made these following remarks. “I want to become a prime Minister of Pakistan, and I think it’s really good. Because through politics I can serve my whole country. I can be the doctor of the whole country.” (Ben Brumfield) Last year, she spoke at the United Nations and the World Bank. (Tell me more) Later she won the Nobel Prize. She was the youngest winner ever of a Nobel Prize in any category. (Ben Brumfield) She was sixteen years old when she won the Nobel Prize. But what did she do to win the Nobel Prize in the first place?
Sometimes standing up for what you believe can get others who don’t have the same opinion angry. Mala stood up for women’s rights, she wanted and education. She said: “ The Talibanisation started in two thousand four developing day by day. It started just by talking about Islam and its reaching. But then later on when we used to have the summons they were saying that the girls should not go to school. They were against the going of the girls to the market. They were against women’s rights.” (Malala Yousafzai recounts) Her courage cost her to get shot. She got shot on a school bus on her way home from school. On October ninth, two thousand twelve the Taliban sent a gunman after her. (Ben Brumfield) They shot a total of three bullets at her. Why didn’t she just go with the flow and keep quiet? Then she wouldn’t of gotten into so much trouble.
Malala wanted and education. The Taliban didn’t want girls to go to school. They banned it in two thousand nine in her native Swat Valley. (Ben Brumfield) ...