Tuesday, 17 November 2015
I write about Malala Yousafzai as a woman who is the one I was inspired. She was ranked second as woman who was respected in the world following Angelina Jolie.
She was born in Pakistan in 1997. Her father ran a women’s school and she studied there to become a doctor. In the meantime, Taliban started conducting a region of terror in 2007. They deprived women of their right to take education and sought the life of women who tried to take education or pushed ahead with the action. Malala criticized those activities by Taliban and continued to emphasize the need of women’s education and the peace. When she was a junior high school student, she was attacked by Taliban and seriously injured. She miraculously recovered and was released from a hospital after two and a half months.
Six months later, she made a speech at the United Nations headquarters and insisted on the importance of education. In 2014, she got Nobel Peace Prize. At that time, she was seventeen and the youngest person who got the prize. She said that it was start, not end.
I am very inspired by her extraordinary bravery and hope the chance of taking education is given to everyone in the world.