Friday, June 14, 2013

Malala Yousafzai's Best "Sayings" & Quotes Wallpaper

Hey! Malala Fans, today I would like to share some great statements were given by Malala Yousafzai on different occasions. As you might know that, Malala loves to go to School and wants every other children to get their basic education rights. So she mostly spoke about Education topic during the days she were in Pakistan and was active on different forums. 

Here are some best of her "Sayings" or her statements she gave about Education and children rights. 

"I don't Mind if I have to sit on the floor at School. 
All I want is education, and I'm afraid of no one"

"Malala Yousafzai"
Malala Yousafzai

"I dreamed of a country where 
education would prevail" 

"Malala Yousafzai"
Malala Yousafzai

"I want to see the people of Pakistan
educated, employed and given
their rights"

"Malala Yousafzai"
Malala Yousafzai

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15 comments:

SuzannaMiles said...

Your Courage and fearlessness in the face of tyranny, violence and persecution are a testament to the human spirit.

I prey for the success of your hopes dreams and wishes.

You are a true and divine inspiration.

rusydi hikmawan said...

this blog newly ur created, that right? greetings from teacher elementtry school at lombok islands, indonesia. i hope u come and comment to my blog. assalamu'alaikum

BlogS Of Hariyanto said...

that education should be for all people, men and women alike and equal in obtaining educational facilities,
greetings from Makassar - Indonesia

Girl With A Blog said...

I want people to get an education too

vovomariabraga said...

Admiradora de sua coragem, sua sede de conhecimento, quero lhe dizer que nenhum caminho é logo demais quando um "amigo" nos acompanha. Você, cativou amigos no mundo todo e entre eles, eu.
Parabéns, Feliz Aniversário!
Com carinho e admiração de Maria do Carmo Braga
Aparecida de Goiânia - Brasil.

Deepak Patel said...

Education is as much as important for Men & Women too, the book and pen is like weapon for every one...we all r supporting to You Malala Yousafzai! and we are very proud of u, Keep on going ALL THE BEST ...... Deepak Patel - INDIA

Anonymous said...

Malala, yo también opino que la educación es lo más importante que tenemos.
El problema es que en mi país contamos con una escuela que ni educa ni da contenidos. Yo fui profesora de esa escuela y la conozco muy bien. Estamos entre los últimos de la fila en todos los informes internacionales y la comunidad educativa no tiene ni el menor interés en que esto cambie.
Cuando nuestros alumnos abandonan la escuela, no saben ni escribir. A los quince años, nuestros alumnos no saben apenas leer. Muchos presentan una lectura silabeante. Lo llenan todo de faltas de ortografía y no comprenden lo que leen.
Nuestra escuela, desgraciadamente, maltrata al que enseña y al que quiere aprender y enseña el odio y el rechazo a los demás y, aunque a tí te parezca que no lo es, te tengo que decir que es francamente sexista. En ella la violencia contra la mujer adulta queda impune. Es más, le echan a la mujer la culpa de la misma. Dicen que es blanda, permisiva, que está loca...
Valores como la libertad, la justicia, etc. brillan por su ausencia
Los alumnos y sus padres opinan que la mujer no tiene ninguna autoridad para enseñar nada.
Yo no quiero que mis hijos vayan a la escuela en mi país. Les quiero enseñar yo y voy a luchar lo indecible para que mis hijos no tengan que pisar una escuela en mi país jamás. Porque toda la comunidad educativa justifica actos de violencia como los que sufren las niñas en tu país por ir a la escuela. Dicen que nos los hemos merecido y yo sé seguro que no. ¿Sabes por qué lo sé? ¡Porque nadie merece ser amenazado y/o atacado ni con una cuchilla ni con un desodorante ni con nada! Y peor aún que eso es la impunidad de la que gozan en nuestra escuela estos individuos por el hecho de ser menores de edad.
O la escuela cambia y realmente merece la pena o ninguno de mis hijos la pisará jamás.

waheed khaksar said...

Dear malala,
good day,
you are one of who fighting an enemy of education to girls. one we will see you are successful, I have no words to appreciate you, I think your are the hope for all girls who want to get a education, best of luck

Anonymous said...

When the world is darkened by some mere evil, Almighty send His messenger to enlight good things depart from bad. Dear Malala, personally it seems to me that you'r that angel who possess that angelic supreme power to change the sordid black face of the present world that some infidels has done, with the divine light of profound knowledge. May God lighten your path for good dids with His supremacy and Thy kindness as you are the inspiration to all. Best wishes for your future a present as women has the capability to be better than men. The world; whole is with you! Debabrata. INDIA

John Bosco said...

Dear Mala,
I appreciate your courage and firmness for the education of children of Pakistan as well as the whole world. I am inspired by your quotes one pen, one book and one teacher is enough to change the world. Great. good luck.
John Bosco, India, Tirupattur, Vellore District

beano54 said...

What a great girl so much sense at such a young age

Anonymous said...

She should be president of UN and more..
she is real
total respect
Love her

Tia Mae said...

Malala you are my only God

Joy Philip said...

When I read extracts of Malala's interview to the CNN, I have a gut feeling that the world is lucky to witness to the rise of a great thinker, and a prophetess who has the vocation to transform the lives of many. A world, which is tried of Hitlers, Sadaams and Bin Ladens and narrow political and religious ideologies, God sends oasis of hope in personalities like Malala, Gnadhiji, Maother Teresa, Pope Francis etc. Let her dreams be encouraged to be a reality..

APARNA SHINDE said...

I have a daughter of your age. She wants to become a doctor. may god bless you both.....
I am sure your dreams will come true.....

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