[EPUB] ✺ I Am Malala By Malala Yousafzai – Anguillais.us

I Am Malala Malala Was Born In 1997 In The Swat Valley Of Pakistan Her Short Lifetime Has Encompassed Devastating Changes In Her Country As It Has Been Transformed From A Once Peaceful Land To A Hotbed Of Islamic Extremism The Taliban Have Said Malala, Who Now Lives In Birmingham, England, Will Be Killed If She Returns Home But She Says She Has Been Given A Second Life That She Intends To Use For The Good Of The People And Her Dream That All Girls Everywhere Deserve An Education Co Author Christina Lamb Is One Of Britain S Leading Foreign Correspondents And Knows Pakistan Intimately She Lived In Peshawar For Two Years And Has Reported From Pakistan For 26 Years She Has Followed Al Qaeda Since Its Beginnings And Was The Only Journalist On Benazir Bhutto S Bus In 2007 When It Was Bombed She Has Been Named Foreign Correspondent Of The Year Five Times And Was Awarded The Prix Bayeux, Europe S Most Prestigious Award For War Reporting She Recently Returned To London From Washington Where She Spent Three Years As US Editor Of The Sunday Times Of London She Is The Author Of Five Books Including The Bestselling The Africa House Waiting For Allah, Pakistan S Struggle For Democracy And The Sewing Circles Of Herat Which Was Runner Up In The Barnes Noble Discover Great New Writers Award The Mother Of A 13 Year Old, She Cares Passionately About Education And Is A Patron Of Afghan Connection Which Sets Up Schools In Afghanistan And Is On The Board Of Institute Of War And Peace Reporting.

[EPUB] ✺ I Am Malala  By Malala Yousafzai – Anguillais.us
  • Audiobook
  • I Am Malala
  • Malala Yousafzai
  • English
  • 19 October 2018
  • 1478952741

    10 thoughts on “[EPUB] ✺ I Am Malala By Malala Yousafzai – Anguillais.us


  1. says:

    Reading this book reminded me of how much I take for granted every day Freedom of speech Freedom of religion The freedom to go to the store without needing a male escort And the ability to get an education, regardless of gender I was a girl in a land where rifles are fired in celebration of a son, while daughters are hidden away behind a curtain, their role in life simply to prepare food and give birth to children Malala, who is now 16, is an outspoken advocate for girls to have the same r Reading this book reminded me of how much I take for granted every day Freedom of sp...


  2. says:

    Just to be clear, the rating is for the book not the person Malala herself I read this quickly whilst on holidays and was keen to find outabout her story after seeing a short tv piece just before leaving home I think her story is amazing and her courage remarkable, her plight and vision inspiring but the book itself I found to be an odd mix of political and historical fact and personal reflections that didn t quite gel for me Still a worthy read and I really appreciated the insight into Just to be clear, the rating is for the book not the person Malala herself I read this quickly whilst on holidays and was keen to find outabout her story after seeing a short tv piece just before leaving home I think her story is amazing and her courage remarkable, her plight and vision inspiring but the book itself I found to be an odd mix of political and historical fact and personal reflections that didn t quite gel for me Still a worthy read and I really appreciated the insight into the young girls life with her family I can see that the historical documentation that was added, presumably by the other author, is there to inform pe...


  3. says:

    I really wanted to love this book I don t think anyone can deny the difficulties this girl has faced or the impact she has had on the world However, the book reads like an odd jumble of Pakistani history, politics, and personal experience that never quite comes together into a cohesive narrative The first few chapters are very inconsistent and meander all over the place with no clear destination it soundslike a collection of memories or family stories interspersed with factual informat I really wanted to love this book I don t think anyone can deny the difficulties this girl has faced or the impact she has had on the world However, the book reads like an odd jumble of Pakistani...


  4. says:

    Being a fellow Muslim, I was indeed intrigued and awed by the courage of this young girl who is brave enough to state out what is wrong with her country and strive for education to be available for all.Coming from a country where education is a main priority and females over populated the men in schools,colleges and universities, I was indeed aghast to discovered that in certain parts of the world, women are being treated as second class citizens It brought a tear to my eyes, how Malala and her Being a fellow Muslim, I was indeed intrigued and awed by the courage of this young girl who is brave enough to state out what is wrong with her country and strive for education to be available for all.Coming from a country where education is a main priority and females over populated the men in schools,colleges and universities, I was indeed aghast to discovered that in certain parts of the world, women are being treated as second class citizens It brought a tear to my eyes, how Malala and her friends struggled to continue their education despite the horrors of war, earthquake and ongoing power struggle between the military and the Islamic militants in Pakistan ...


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    I could not be bothered with negative comments So, get on with your life Just ignore the review if you think I write negatively.I don t want to raise some sentiments here, so if your comments got deleted, like I wrote earlier, get on with your life Edited to include what I have wrote earlier in my comments on 4 December 13 I do feel that this autobiography should have waited for a few years...


  6. says:

    These days it seems like our world is a giant game of telephone Any news story or online gossip you hear is hard to believe because it has been skewed so much since it left the source It is refreshing and enlightening to hear a story straight from the source especially on the topic of life in the Middle East which is always quickly demonized in America By experiencing Malala s story, it gives a true face to the people of Pakistan who are mostly wanting peace and prosperity, not oppression a These days it seems like our world is a giant game of telephone Any news story or online gossip you hear is hard to believe because it has been skewed so much since it left the source It is refreshing and enlightening to hear a story straight from the source especially on the topic of life in the Middle East which is always quickly demonized in America By experiencing Malala s story, it gives a true face to the people of Pakistan who are mostly wanting peace and prosperity, not oppression and terror.I highly recommend this book to anyone who only ha...


  7. says:

    EDIT 6 9 2016 The people who are bashing me, Kindly take a look at the quotes or in the comment section After some of the gif y juvenile opinions, the discussion is rather educating Dearest Malaala, Why did you write an emotionally manipulative story specifically directed at international readers and compelling them to feel sorry about a nation using the lethal weapon of exaggeration and one sided execution of truth.I always thought why Malaala and not someone else as everything about you EDIT 6 9 2016 The people who are bashing me, Kindly take a look at the quotes or in the comment section After some of the gif y juvenile opinions, the discussion is rather educating Dearest Malaala, Why did you write an emotionally manipulative story specifically directed at international readers and compelling them to feel sorry about a na...


  8. says:

    Being resident of the area, Valley of Swat, where she lived basically she is from the adjoining District Shangla whence her father came to Swat and established private school , I find the authenticity of the most of events described and actions claimed hard to believe as do almost all the residents.First there is the question of Local Talibans forcing girls from going to schools That is not true I was, as everyone else, a regular listener of the Taliban s daily half an hour or so long FM ra Being resident of the area, Valley of Swat, where she lived basically she is from the adjoining District Shangla whence her father came to Swat and established private school , I find the authenticity of the most of events described and actions claimed hard to believe as do almost all the residents.First there is the question of Local Talibans forcing girls from going to schools That is not true I was, as everyone else, a regular listener of the Taliban s daily half an hour or so long FM radio broadc...


  9. says:

    I absolutely loved this book I have been following this story ever since Malala Yousafzai was shot and articles about her began to appear on CNN.com I was always captivated by the way Malala spoke in interviews before she was attacked I simply loved the sound of her voice and the sight of her face, which seemed to shine with her spirit She might not think she is beautiful, but to me she is stunning I adore the bright colors she wears and the liquid wonder of her ey...


  10. says:

    I would ask all those Pakistanis who are making the book controversial through over sensationalized and misplaced critiques 1 Please remove the lenses of bigotry and prejudice and read the book in a casual way Its not a great book so comparisons with Anne Frank s diary are perhaps out of proportion However, I would hate to speculate that it might be considered a g...

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