Imagine being her professor! Just try giving her anything but an A! “Professor, I see you think my work isn’t good enough for an A. I guess I better go alert the Nobel prize committee, who all seem to like it”For the record, I don’t think Malala would do that, but I would think it would be pretty intimidating to have a nobel laureate in you class..
Malala is a brave girl, but what's the credibility of Nobel to be made a huge deal of? An award that's given to the killers of humanity, like the leader of Burma, an award that ignores the greatest humanitarian of the millennium?
Edhi, literally the greatest humanitarian, who worked selflessly, ran world's largest ambulance network, orphanages, old homes and what not.. He passed away last year. However, seeing the kind of people who received nobel award, it's good that Edhi didn't get one. It's not that Edhi didn't deserve it, an award for murderers, Nobel, doesn't deserve Edhi.
Sucks to be in her position honestly. Couldn't imagine being shot at 15 then have cameras in my face all the time making me as some sort of anti-extremist representative just for trying to go to school. Hell, I usually tried to skip school as often as possible at that age. Good luck to her!
I'm a fan, and though she has already become a living example of what it means to be a true human, she doesn't have to do more, but the world could use more, and many more like her. We have Oxford, Cambridge, Harvard, and Yale graduates with masters degrees who don't hold a candle to her, even her at age 15.
Malala has been a huge huge role model for my eleven year old daughter. May she continue her great work! ❤️
Rise up Malala💕the world needs your bravery and for you to continue to speak out. May every goodness be yours🙏
What is malala nothing . If malala is true Pakistani she live in Pakistan get education in Pakistan becoz in Pakistan menu top colleges and univeristy it's was game plan everyone know about her
So pleased to hear Malala is doing well. She has aready done so much in her lifetime but I have no doubt the best is yet to come.
She was victimized as a child by imbeciles whose ignorance was exceeded only by their cowardice. She survived, and could have chosen to disappear after that. I don't think she could have been disparaged if she had. But she didn't. She used her power and her pulpit, even at continued risk to herself. I applaud her and wish her the best!
Your story has always inspired me and has given me how that things will change. It may take a long time, Malala, but I hope that you will witness changes in all countries that refuse education for girls and women. You will go far, dear heart!