Saturday, July 13, 2013

Most bravest, and most courageous !



No wonder, Pakistani girls are  most bravest, and most courageous girls in the world. Despite having so much pressure and oppression from society, culture (and even from Talibans  in up north), they  not only fight, and  survive,  they win! 
They are  so strong, so proud, so fearless. 

At age 16, when girls fancy about dresses, makeup and other girlie stuff, our Malala fights for education, talks about changing the world!


And there is not just one Mala, every girl is Malala here.




24 comments:

  1. She has taken the definition of courage to an entirely different level.
    I hope, she becomes successful in her mission. :)

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  2. I am eternally impressed and filled with new hope because of her.

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  3. I read an article about her and I salute anyone who demands for free education. She is an inspiration for all.

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  4. I got tears in my eyes watching this on TV.

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  5. truly, she's an inspiration. ;-)

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  6. She is very courageous and inspiring dear Izzy, I hope that she will be safe now.
    xoxoxo ♡

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  8. Change happens there…
    I wish we have many more such young and brave minds calling for change, positive, peaceful change

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  9. Salute to Malala...
    Salute to all the courageous and peace-loving women around the world!

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  10. wishing you a ramadan mubarak •◡•

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  11. She's an example for strength and determination

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  12. Her speech is powerful and inspiring. We should all stand behind her and follow her determination to make this world a better place for all. Education is key.

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  13. we pakistanis are so talented and can reach great heights only if we be ourselves and leave imitating others especially the western world! :D

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  14. Inspiring post, well done Izdiher.

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  15. What we experience here was nothing; no doubt Pakistan girls are brave… and strong enough since anything coming out of pressure deserves force and they are yet to break down lot of barriers from basic life. She speaks wisdom!

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  16. Positively AMAZING, her fearless honesty, enthusiasm, command of world languages, and confidence--as shown by her stage presence--ALL of these destine her to be a leader in whatever discipline she will find herself.

    No doubt it will be somehow HELPING PEOPLE, especially girls and women, to climb out of their realtime slavery and into a freedom anly glimpsed prior to now.

    Long live MALALA and MALALAS!

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  17. This is a very good post Izdiher. Stand up for your rights. I admire Malala and all the Malalas in the world.

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  18. I watched her speech, and omg! I had goose pumps all over, and I felt proud as she was preaching her inspiring message. We need such a girl more in this world. Truly, inspiring!

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  19. she's very well spoken for a girl her age.. her speech is just WOW! thanks for dropping by at my blog :) followed you

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  20. her speech was simple yet so powerful !loved it bless her

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