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  • 1. Malala YousafzaiA Brave Girl from PAKISTANMalala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 1 Swat Valley
  • 2. Who is Malala?Malala Yousafzai is a school student and education activist from PAKISTAN.She lives in Swat District of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province.Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 2 Swat Valley
  • 3. Who is Malala?She is known for her activism for womens rights and education in the Swat Valley.In Swat valley, Taliban had at times banned girls from attending school.Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 3 Swat Valley
  • 4. Who is Malala?In early 2009, Malala Yousafzai wrote a blog under a pseudonym for the BBC detailing her She told the world life under Taliban rule & that "my real her views on promoting name means education for girls. grief stricken."Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 4 Swat Valley
  • 5. Who is Malala?The following summer of 2009, a New York Times documentary was filmed New York Times about her life as the documentary was Pakistani military came filmed by: between in the region, culminating in the Second Adam B. Ellick Battle of Swat.Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 5 Swat Valley
  • 6. Who is Malala?Malala Yousafzai began to rise in prominence, giving interviews in prints and on television and taking a position as chairperson of the District Child Assembly Swat.Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 6 Swat Valley
  • 7. Who is Malala? (Family)She has two younger brothers.Her father, who ran a number of schools in the region, is an education activist.Her mother.Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 7 Swat Valley
  • 8. Who is Malala?She once stated to an interviewer that she would like to become a doctor. She may have wanted to be a pilot.Her father encouraged her to become a politician instead.Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 8 Swat Valley
  • 9. Who is Malala?Malala Yousafzai was inclined to this direction by the support of her father Ziauddin Yousafzai .Her father is a poet, school owner(chains of school) and an educational activist himself.Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 9 Swat Valley
  • 10. Who is Malala?Her father Ziauddin supported her as permitting her to stay up at night and talk about politics after her two brothers had been sent to bed.Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 10 Swat Valley
  • 11. Who is Malala?Malala initially started speaking about She Said: education rights as early "How dare the as September 2008. Her Taliban take father took her to away my basic Peshawar to speak at right to the local press club. education?"Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 11 Swat Valley
  • 12. Recent Incident:On 9 October 2012, Malala Yousafzai was shot in the head and neck by Taliban gunmen while returning home on a school bus in an assassination attempt.Two other girls were injured too.Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 12 Swat Valley
  • 13. Recent Incident:Malala was immediately airlifted to Peshawar where a bullet near her spinal cord was extracted in an operation of three- four hours.She was later taken to Londons Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham.Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 13 Swat Valley
  • 14. Recent Incident:In the days immediately following the attack, she remained unconscious and in critical condition, but later her condition improved enough for her to be sent to a hospital in the United Kingdom for intensive rehabilitation.Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 14 Swat Valley
  • 15. Recent Incident:Her father, Ziauddin Yousafzai, has said she will go back to Pakistan when she recovers and the fight of a Pashtun girl against Taliban for women’s education is not going to end.Pashtun people are Ethnic Afghans or the Pathans.Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 15 Swat Valley
  • 16. Malala’s Prominence:She took position as chairperson of the District Child Assembly Swat.She has won Pakistans first National Youth Peace Prize.Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 16 Swat Valley
  • 17. Malala’s Prominence:In October 2011, at the age of 14, she was nominated by Bishop Desmond Tutu for the International Childrens Peace Prize.UN secretary general Ban Bishop Desmond Tutu Ki-Moon has announced that November 10 will be celebrated as Malala DayMalala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 17 Swat Valley
  • 18. Malala’s Prominence:A number of individuals all around the world, including the Canadian Minister of Citizenship, are supporting a petition to nominate Malala Yousafzai for the Nobel Peace Prize.Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 18 Swat Valley
  • 19. Why She was Shot?She spoke for the right of children, of girls, in a part of the world i.e. Pakistan where many people believe that women must neither be seen nor heard.Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 19 Swat Valley
  • 20. Why She was Shot?Her fearless voice advocating for girls education and speaking against an extremely cruel and wicked Taliban proved to be more stronger and louder than people far older than her.Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 20 Swat Valley
  • 21. Why She was Shot?Many young girls in any part of the world share such dreams of getting educated. But they are not shot in the head and neck for it. Pakistans Malala Yousafzai, all of 15, was shot by Taliban gunmen.Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 21 Swat Valley
  • 22. Consequences:Former British Prime Minister and current UN Special Envoy for Global Education Gordon Brown demanded that all children worldwide be in school by the end of 2015. Gordon BrownMalala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 22 Swat Valley
  • 23. Consequences:Malalas father was eventually forced to close down his school and the family had to run away from the Swat valley for some time.Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 23 Swat Valley
  • 24. Girls at 15:What other girls at the age of 15 do?They simply watch television, play games, join hobby classes, all the time busy in chatting with friends, roaming with their friends, they play as cheer girls at school sports.Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 24 Swat Valley
  • 25. Malala at 15:What Malala did at 15?She spoke for the right of education for girls. She raised her voice against the wicked group TALIBAN. She raised voice which was much louder than the adults also.She was shot on October 9, 2012Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 25 Swat Valley
  • 26. What is Jihad?Jihad is the Arabic word which can be translated as "struggle" or "effort," or "to strive," "to exert," "to fight," depending on the context.Jihad" is considered to be every Muslims duty.Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 26 Swat Valley
  • 27. What is Taliban?The organisation was founded by an extremely mysterious person Mullah Mohammed Omar, who went into hiding in 2001 after the organisations fall from power. Mullah Mohammed OmarMalala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 27 Swat Valley
  • 28. What is Taliban?The Taliban or Taleban is aSunni Muslim movementdominated by people withPashtun ethnic identitywhich controlled Afghanis-tan from 1996 until 2001.Members of the Talibanwere originally religiousstudentsMalala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 28 Swat Valley
  • 29. What is Taliban?After the attacks of September 11, 2001 the Taliban were overthrown by the America.It still has active members, including people from other parts of the world to support its work to bring them to justice for human rights violations.Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 29 Swat Valley
  • 30. What is Taliban?It is not the same as Al Qaeda. Al Qaeda will use the Taliban as a host. The Taliban is strictly an Afghan entity.The Talibans purpose is to establish a fundamentalist religious foundation for Afghanistan movement.Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 30 Swat Valley
  • 31. What is Taliban?According to the United Nations, the Taliban and their allies were responsible for 75% of Afghan civilian casualties in 2010 and 80% in 2011.Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 31 Swat Valley
  • 32. Reactions: The World Unites for MalalaMalala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 32 Swat Valley
  • 33. Reactions:• “The extremists attacked Malala because they were scared of the power of her vision,” "Malala is a voice of those who stand for women’s education, a right guaranteed under the Constitution of Raja Pervez Ashraf (Pakistan Prime Pakistan and ordained by Minister) Islamic teachings.” -Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 33 Swat Valley
  • 34. Reactions:“I am proud of my nation as we always stand united together in all our difficult moments. Terrorists are nether Pakistani nor Muslim” Rehman Malik“She is a symbol of courage (Pakistani Politician) and determination against the forces of extremist ideology.”Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 34 Swat Valley
  • 35. Reactions:Swat Taliban Siraj Uddin just called my friend to say they will target Zia (her father) Yousafzai and her brothers. The New York Times’s Adam B. Ellick`s tweet.Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 35 Swat Valley
  • 36. Reactions:“Malala Yousafzai is a global symbol of every girl’s right to an education” Ban Ki-moon (UN Secretary-General)Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 36 Swat Valley
  • 37. Reactions:“She is in our prayers,”.“Malala’s courage inspires us to reinforce our commitment to rejecting ideologies rooted in intolerance and extremism” Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed al-Nahayan (The UAE’s Foreign Minister)Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 37 Swat Valley
  • 38. Reactions:“Through such acts the militants had shown their real face to the world.”“Taliban would never succeed in shaking the resolve of the people and the government to Asif Ali Zardari confront the menace (Pakistan President ) head on”Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 38 Swat Valley
  • 39. Reactions:"Laureen and I are pleased to support Malala Yousafzai, a determined young woman who has done so much to promote education and womens rights in her native Pakistan. All Canadians salute her Stephen Harper courage and tenacity and (Prime Minister, Canada) wish her well in her recovery”Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 39 Swat Valley
  • 40. Reactions:“Malala has won laurels for Pakistan all over the world by playing a leading role at such an early age.” Shahbaz Sharif (Punjab Chief Minister)Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 40 Swat Valley
  • 41. Reactions:“A girl’s courage challenges us to act” Laura Bush (Wife of the 43rd President of the United States, George W. Bush)Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 41 Swat Valley
  • 42. Reactions:• “We will defeat terrorism, Malala” Hamid Mir (Pakistan Journalist)Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 42 Swat Valley
  • 43. Reactions:“Attack on Malala tragic” Barack Hussein Obama (President, U.S.A.)Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 43 Swat Valley
  • 44. Reactions:“This is historical day and initiative and would help to promote education, especially female education in Pakistan.” Dr Khalid Aftab Sulehri (Chief, IHRO)Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 44 Swat Valley
  • 45. Reactions:Hillay Clinton praised her as “very brave”“attack reminds us of the challenges that girls face, whether it is poverty or marginalisation or even violence just for speaking Hillary Clinton out for their basic rights." (United States Secretary of State)Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 45 Swat Valley
  • 46. SourcesMalala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 46 Swat Valley
  • 47. Sources:Tens of thousands want Malala to get a Nobel PrizeNearly 90,000 people have Washington Post signed a petition pushing for a Posted by: Olga Khazan Nobel Peace Prize nomination November 9, 2012 for Malala Yousafzai, the 15- year-old who was shot by the Taliban while campaigning for girls’ education in Pakistan.Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 47 Swat Valley
  • 48. Sources:A girl’s courage challenges us to actOn Tuesday afternoon, Malala Yousafzai was a 14-year-old Washington Post girl riding home on a school By Laura Bush, bus. Now, after a masked Published: October 11 gunman apparently boarded her bus, asked for her by name and shot her in the head and neck, she is fighting for her lifeMalala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 48 Swat Valley
  • 49. Sources:The Taliban’s cowardly actON TUESDAY, Pakistani Taliban thugs tried to assassinate a 14- year-old girl. Masked gunmen Washington Post from the ultra-purist Islamist By Editorial Board, group stormed a van full of Published: October 11 schoolchildren in an effort to kill Malala Yousafzai who has won international acclaim for going to school in defiance of Taliban…Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 49 Swat Valley
  • 50. Interview with 14-year-old Malala Yousafzai“I’m really bored because I have no books to read,” she said.“I think that when I will go to Swat, first I will go to see my [book] bag.” Washington PostShe also told Ellick about her plans By Olga Khazan, to change Pakistan’s path: Published: October 10“I thought that I must be a politician to change our country. There are so many crises in this country...and I want to save my country.”Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 50 Swat Valley
  • 51. Sources:Malala, clinging to life after attack, exemplifies International Day of the Girl Child Washington PostAs the world today celebrates By Jamila Bey, Published: October 11 the first ever International Day of the Girl Child, one of the most exemplary examples of girlhood fights for her life in a Peshawar, Pakistan military hospital.Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 51 Swat Valley
  • 52. Sources:Shot Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai arrives in UK for treatmentThe Pakistani schoolgirl shot in The Times the head by the Taliban for By Martin Barrow, promoting girls’ education Published: October 15 arrived in Britain for treatment yesterday.Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 52 Swat Valley
  • 53. Sources:Mood after Malala Yousafzai’s shooting has not lastedThe wave of revulsion that The Times followed the shooting of By Francis Elliott , Malala Yousafzai sparked Published: October 18 hope that Pakistan’s military might finally launch an operation to clear North Waziristan of militants.Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 53 Swat Valley
  • 54. Sources:Shot schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai ‘standing up’, say doctorsThe 15-year-old Pakistani The Times schoolgirl shot in the head by By Philippe Naughton, Taleban gunmen has been able Published: October 19 to stand with help for the first time and is communicating by writing notes, her doctors in Birmingham said today.Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 54 Swat Valley
  • 55. Sources:I’m next on Taliban hit list after Malala Yousafzai, says teenage education activist The TimesIslamabad may be a city under By Robin Pagnamenta, Published: October 24 siege but outside this frightened family’s house there are no armed guards, no soldiers, no police — just an open metal gate daubed with a large red cross.Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 55 Swat Valley
  • 56. Sources:‘Improving’ Malala reunited with her familyThe Taliban shooting of Malala Yousafzai was a “turning The Times point” for Pakistan, uniting By Sadie Gray, people of all faiths in their Published: October 27 revulsion at the attack, her father said today.Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 56 Swat Valley
  • 57. Sources:UN: November 10 declared Malala Day‘The United Nations has declared November 10 as Malala Day Hindustan Times in honour of Pakistani teenage United Nations, rights activist Malala Yousafzai, Published: November 10 who was shot in the head by the Taliban in October for campaigning for girls education.Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 57 Swat Valley
  • 58. Sources:Pak teenager Malala chosen for bravery awardPakistani girl Malala Yousafzai, who became the face of her Hindustan Times countrys struggle against the London, Taliban, has been awarded Published: November 20 for her bravery and advocation of education for girls in adverse conditions in SwatMalala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 58 Swat Valley
  • 59. Sources:Malala sixth on global thinkers listPakistans teenaged rights activist Malala Yousafzai, who Hindustan Times was shot by the Taliban for Islamabad, standing up against the terror Published: November 26 outfit and pushing for education for girls, has been ranked sixth by Foreign Policy magazine in its top 100 global thinkers list.Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 59 Swat Valley
  • 60. Sources:Blast near home of Malalas friend, one killedA bomb went off in northwest Pakistan on Tuesday near the Hindustan Times home of a girl who was Islamabad, injured in the Taliban attack Published: December 4 on teenage rights activist Malala Yousafzai, killing a woman and injuring seven others.Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 60 Swat Valley
  • 61. Sources:An icon of courage: Shooting of Pakistani girl, 14, who championed female education, Daily Mail prompts anti-Taliban By Sara Malm, protests across the Published: October 9 countryProtests spread across Pakistan today in response to the shooting of 14-year-old Malala Yousafzai by a Taliban assassin which left her fighting for life. Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 61 Swat Valley
  • 62. Sources:I miss her: Malalas best friend continues her heroines fight for girls education Daily MailThe best friend of Taliban By Daily Mail Reporter, Published: November 1 shooting victim Malala Yousafzai has said she is praying for her school friend and is calling for more education for girls in Pakistan.Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 62 Swat Valley
  • 63. Sources:Taliban shooting victim Malala, 15, is set to make Britain her permanent home after having a Daily Mail bullet removed from her By Daily Mail Reporter, Published: November 24 spineThe teenage girl shot by the Taliban for speaking out against militants in Pakistan is expected to make Britain her permanent home.Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 63 Swat Valley
  • 64. A Presentation By: Neeraj Bhatia (Ni@j)Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 64 Swat Valley
  • 65. Credits: Guided and Supported By: Mr. Santosh Kalra Web Access: Mr. Ashish BhatiaMalala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 65 Swat Valley
  • 66.  Thanking You  Thanks for your Precious timeIf you like it, you can post this presentation on your facebook or twitter account.Malala – A Brave Girl from Pakistan 12/17/12 01:47 PM Page 66 Swat Valley