Children’s rights activist – Malala Yousafzai

Many people have landed on this blog for the update on Malala Yousafzai who is a Children’s rights activist hailing from Mingora, Swat. There is a post on my blog which has some links to the videos about her that were published in NYtimes.

Malala Yousafzai is the first Pakistani child who has been nominated for the Peace award on Universal children’s day. This year a total of five children have been nominated from around the globe and Malala is the only one from Pakistan.

We truly salute your efforts, Malala. May you continue to work for the betterment of Pakistan and for the children who are denied the basic right to education. Pakistan needs people like you.

Here’s the updated article from Urdu BBC news:

Zama Channel news report:


9 thoughts on “Children’s rights activist – Malala Yousafzai

  1. I m very happy by malala’s great work 4 the chldrn.., i m also a 16 year old student studing at cadet college warsak, i hv started poetry on peace just 4 years ago….

  2. Taliban and others who allowed this should know they are fools to think God desires such hatred. You are weak and insecure when speech alone threatens you. It is all Nonsense. The entire world community finds your behavior repulsive.

  3. When others use violence as their weapon, let us use our heart to fight for our right as youngsters by writing. Speak up our mind!

  4. Such a courageous girl; you are an inspiration to bloggers and girls everywhere.
    Hopefully, we can get the attention of our leaders and get help to you and your town.
    We will help.
    Thank you Malala.

  5. dr surinder singh sidhu MD Jalandhar.For how long this homicide will continue.We condemn it and demand death for the killers of innocent people says:

    We the people of India love you from the deepest of our hearts and pray for you speedy recovery, today we aqre holding a press conference to condemn the barbaric attack on you, you are our daughter , sister, granddaughter and torch bearer for girl’s eduction. We salute you, and promise to follow in your footsteps, we wish that when you become allright please visit our country, we will love you as our daughter. My grandaughters Jasravi and Rubayat daily prey for your well being. Please give all your pain to us and smile, please get up your freinds are waiting for you. The whole world needs you. From Dr Surinder Singh Sidhu

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