Claim: I think that it was were brave of Malala to write a book because she had to relive her accident so the school bus. Evidence: it must've been hard to relive an accident that could've been so fatal. Malala tells of that life-shattering moment in a very heart moving book I Am Malala. Disfigured beyond recognition by her assailant’s gun, Malala was rushed to Peshawar, then Rawalpindi and finally to Birmingham, England, where doctors reconstructed her damaged skull and knit back the shattered face. But her smile would never be quite the same. As you can see she had to right about those tough times. And she was grave to do that.
Claim setting up the Malala fund was a great idea. To help girls get the education they need and deserve Evidence: The Malala fund is focused on helping girls go to school and raise their voices for the right to education. Malala's first grant went to helping 40 girls in her village between the ages of 5 and 12 to go to school instead of working in domestic labor. The program is very successful, and Malala is skyping with the girls on a regular basis and mentoring them said Shahid, who is now executive director of the fund.
claim: I think it's very brave of Malala to go back to school when she was shot on her way home from school. Evidence: After Malala made her recovery she wet to school at Oxford. She tweeted an image of her confirmation saying she has been accepted to study philosophy, politics and economics at Oxford university. By studying at Oxford, she will be following in the footsteps of her hero Benazir Bhutto, the first female prime minister of Pakistan. Who unfortunately was killed.
Claim: I think that she won the noble peace prize is great and a great accomplishment so this is why I put it at number 2 on my list. Evidence: After Malala was shot point blank on her school buss and recovered. She was not scared to speak her mind even after being shot. And I think that is why she won the Noble peace prize for speaking her mind because she wanted girls and women to be educated. And when she she was 15, she set up the Malala Fund, which advocates for girls’ education around the world. At the age of 17, she became the youngest ever recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize.
Claim: Malala wanted girls to go to school. I think that Deserves number 1. On my list. Evidence: Malala wanted nothing more than for girls to go to get an education. This is why shy was a target of the talibán. When she was shot I think that changed a lot of people's minds about women being educated. I feel like before Malala was shot not a lot of people thought about women not being educated.
Claim: Malala is my hero because she is a Pakistani activist for female education and the youngest Nobel Prize winner. She is known for human rights advocacy, especially education of women in her native Swat Valley. Where the talibán banned girls from learning. Evidence: Malala is awesome because she wanted young girls to learn. Even though she was shot in the head by the talibán, she still wants young girls to learn and get the education they deserve. Thank you malala.