The Malala Yousafzai 2014 Nobel Peace Prize Winner

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According to foreign media reports, Pakistan malala the 10th female student was awarded the 2014 Nobel peace prize, becoming the youngest in the history of the award winners.

Malala home located in the northwest of Pakistan’s Swat Valley. Her initial public attention five years ago by an anonymous diary she wrote.
When the diary began, malala only 11 years old. Diary malala described the girl at school under Taliban control difficult.

The Taliban banned girls’ education in the areas under their control. In order not to cause the Taliban’s attention, the girl did not dare to wear uniforms to school, many girls for fear of becoming targets of Taliban and drop out.

Malala expressed her hope and desire to continue their education to all Pakistani girls’ education in the diary.

Malala were Taliban gunmen attacked in 2012. Malala gunmen boarded the school bus ride to her shooting. Malala being hit on the head, with the car’s two students also were injured.

At the time, malala in Pakistan has been quite famous, but that makes the shocking shooting incident malala received international attention, and her fate forever changed.

Shot so malala head injuries, she initially in a military hospital in Pakistan to accept the complexity of the surgery, and later came to Britain for further surgery and rehabilitation.

Her entire rehabilitation process and subsequent dedicate myself international campaign for girls’ education are being closely watched media. Malala January 2013 discharged. Malala fight for girls’ education activities has been the full support and encouragement of her family. Her father encouraged her childhood to dare to express their views, and encouraged her to learn everything she wanted to learn something.

Malala once said that his ideal is politics, want to see the implementation of universal compulsory education in Pakistan, boys and girls can go to school.

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