Malala Yousufzai Shared Something On Her Father’s Book “Let Her Fly” Launch

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“Let Her Fly”

Malala, the education activist and the noble prize winner showed her happiness and support on the launch of her father’s book “Let her fly”.

Turning to Twitter Malala shared her photo with her father Mr. Ziauddin Yousufzai and wrote a heartfelt message. Saying, She has always been proud of her father but his book made her even more proud. Also, she shared the link where the book is available.

 

The book is all about Yousafzai’s life, for being a father of a girl who survived after getting shot in the head by the Taliban while she was a teenager and now has not just become an inspiring personality but also an ambassador of peace by winning the Noble Prize. Also, his book narrates his own fight for equal rights, his struggles and how he spent his entire life with dignity and positivity even in the most crucial times.

Who’s Malala? She stood for girls education in Swat when the Taliban had the control an terrorism was at its peak in the sensitive regions of Pakistan from where she belongs, and On October 2012, Yousafzai was shot in the head at point-blank range by Taliban as she was returning from her school.

From there to here now Malala is 21 years old now and studying at Oxford University England.

Yousafzai became the youngest person to win the Nobel Peace Prize in 2014 when she was recognized for her global work supporting schooling for all children specially for girls in the regions where life is difficult and terrorism contributes to it.

Malala is our national hero and surely a personality to get inspire from. More power to you girl!

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