Five Reasons Why Malala is a Superwoman
We all know who Malala Yousafzai is, but if for some deranged reason you’re unaware of her existence, here’s a little background check. Malala belonged to a small town named Swat, up north in Pakistan. This area was then (2012), under the influence of the Tehrik e Taliban Pakistan (A terrorist faction)., who were against the notion of women’s education and blew up almost every girls’ school in the region. Despite all this, Malala’s father Ziauddin Yousafzai, who ran a public school for girls, encouraged his daughter to write and blog for the BBC about the predicaments and circumstances of women trying to get an education in Swat. As dangerous as this was, Malala stood her ground. But soon the Taliban found what was going on under their noses, and decided to play their card of cowardice. They sought out Malala in her school van and shot her at point blank range.
Well, long story short: SHE SURVIVED! So here are 5 reasons why our Malala is a Superwoman!
- She’s not afraid:
She is afraid of NO ONE. She knows she has enemies and yet she carries out her mission “Education for all” with such determination that there’s no power on earth that can stop her!
- She’s a Feminist Icon:
She is all for equal rights and against discrimination of all sorts. Her activism knows no limit, this makes her a strong woman and leader!
- She fights the bad guys with a sword:
Yep! You heard that right. Her sword is her Pen and the bad guys, well, we all know who the bad guys are.
- The youngest ever Nobel Laureate:
The youngest Nobel Peace Prize winner: MALALA YOUSAFZAI! Need we say more?
- She’s in for the right:
Malala knows what’s right and she knows how to stand her ground. So no matter what the haters say, no matter how many conspiracy theories they come up with, nothing can shake her and make her back down from her mission.