Sunday, May 19, 2013

Beautiful & Rare Photos of Malala Yousafzai in Pakistan

Malala Yousafzai! a winner of millions of hearts, who sacrifices herself for the world. Who was a young kid but talked like an experienced 40 years women, she never stopped her struggles, who at every stage of life spoke for children's rights. 
Happy Malala Yousafzai
Malala Yousafzai was very happy this time
She was born in the "Swat Valley" KPK province of Pakistan, she started going to school when she was 5 years. She was stopped from getting education when she was 9 years old in 2007. She thought to fight to get rights back for herself and other children around her. And since then, she never sit down for a moment. 

Finally she got her rights back, and then she again started strengthening herself for the future, and for the future of other children who wanted to get back to school. She spoke on different platforms, she spoke to world newspapers, TV channels, and local media outlets. 

And then 9th October 2012 came, she was attacked in Swat when she was coming back from school, and thus, the incident sparked the entire world in minutes. From a president of a country to a common person, everyone was praying for her health and fast recover, and she again won the life. She got back her life. She is hurt a lot, but somehow she is back. 

When she came out from coma, she first asked for her books, and when she didn't find her books, she started weeping and said that where are my books. 

Few days later, when she got health back, she started going to school again. And she gave message to the world that Malala will now fight for the entire world and women's rights. 

Here are some pictures from Malala's life memories, when she was in Pakistan. 
Malala Yousafzai
Malala Yousafzai attending speech competition in a school Swat
Malala reading book
Malala is reading a book in free time
Malala smile picture
Malala is smiling.
Malala is studying
Malala is deeply studying
Malala Yousafzai in Pakistan
When Malala was a given an award in Pakistan
Beautiful Malala Yousafzai
A fan of Malala Yousafzai created this beautiful picture for Malala
Malala Yousafzai in Swat
Malala's study time in her Home Swat

Share this article to help us!


Sarah said...

Malala you make every girl and women proud. Although many girls in the world are free to go to school; many take for granted this priviledge. I hope to be able to help in your effort to bring education to all the girls in the world. God bless you!

Anonymous said...

Hello, I'm Korean student.
I am very sorry about other students who wrote stupid comments.
Also, I am very surprised about things that you made it! How could you think to substalish the school for girls? Many of peolple won't try this, because it is very dangerous.
Be well, and don't be afraid of other things that teies to hurt you. God bless you!

Majid Raza said...

my god bless you malala

shatil ahmed said...

really malala is a symbol of female rights.

Anonymous said...

Couragous Young Woman- I would like to wish her a beautiful birthday today that I share with her. God Bless.

Tubagus said... are Fataytusysyifaa'

A said...

happy belated birthdsy ,hope your health comes to normal,and may god support u in fulfiling your dreams

Atif Masood said...

when you are really really truth speaker then why dint you talk about Dr.Afia Siddiqui

Anonymous said...

Malala you amaze me thank you for the things you have done

Anonymous said...

Dear Malala,

You are the one person who dared to speak out against the Taliban. It takes a lot of courage, determination, and risk to do something like what you did. The whole world supports you. You are a leader who brings hope and inspiration to the world

Dawn Peterson said...

Hello Malala, U are such a brave young girl. Saw you on tv in America here, & was just thrilled to see you & hear how well you have done. Good for you. You may have been shot at, but that won't ever kill what u stand for. For all the young girls there & around the world who are less fortunate may your voice be heard all around & help those to deserve a right for education!
Many blessings to you Dear Malala. Proud Proud Proud Lady here! :)


Anonymous said...

Malala, May God continue to bless you and guide you through the bad times as you fight for not just your rights but for all the girls around the world who just want an education. I believe in you. You are truly a shining star. My prayers shall always be with you. Stand strong and keep your head high.

Anonymous said...

Great Work! Keep it up! God bless you!!

Melvina said...

Hello Malala : )
Best wishes from Belgium :-)
Your work is great and you're very brave !
You want to become prime minister ? Well if I were Pakistani I would vote for you !

Anonymous said...

Hello Malala..Come to India. Whole India loves you.
I wish you become successful in your mission.
Keep smiling as in the above snaps :-)
God bless you.

Anonymous said...

Comments regarding the real story of Mallala in Dawn is looking very partial and giving evidences are very biased . It is always exist in nature every devil is always against the truly brave person. You may live long. We have no concern where you born and your religion. As a human being we salute you. In our Religion Islam we all give the respect brave woman. We have concerned that you are the symbol of courage.

Anonymous said...

You must be an old soul come back to teach us all... thank you for the sacrifice of returning and taking on so much suffering to give hope to so many...

A simple and odd question - do you wear a headscarf out of tradition or out of religious belief? As a US feminist, I have never been able to understand the argument of headscarf as a liberation... but I do understand it as a form of "blending in"... I would love to understand your thoughts on this...

Kindest regards,


Anonymous said...

My whole 6th grade advanced language arts class in the USA loves and admires you! Keep up the good work!

Anonymous said...

Dear , Malala,we are now learning about you as a part of our Leadership education .I have to admit that everyone in my class are deeply inspired by your courage and bravery to stand up for women's right! We admire you!

Love and Well Wishes To You

Anonymous said...

God bless you
you are a brave women

Anonymous said...

I love you will you marry me.

Anonymous said...

i hate malala its a just clever girl

Kayla said...


Anonymous said...

Malala you are a true inspiration to whole of the world, you have shown such courage and determination in your quest for education. Even though I haven't met you I feel nothing but love for you. If anyone can change things its you. <3

Anonymous said...

malala don't do anything for education she is just show off girl

Anonymous said...

I hate malala the whole world don't know her reality.. plz see her video of that in which she blaims pak army and said them terrerists. I will never say her good girl. try to understand plzzzzzzzzzz.cleverly girl.........

Jordan said...


You are amazing! I am currently reading your book, "I am Malala". I am using (and citing) some of your memoirs in a paper I am writing about women's rights for an ethics class. You are a champion and you have made me, a man, a feminist. My wife gets jealous sometimes because I talk about you fairly often, but we have now both grown to love you. Thanks for fighting the good fight!

Very Respectfully,


Post a Comment