Monday, July 15, 2013

Malala Yousafzai Speech at The UN Assembly 12th July, 2013

On 12th July, 2013, Malala remind the world that she is still alive & active. She again made the world sad by exploring some past memories. However, she made the world happy by showing her attitude and her passion. She remind the world that education is still important to her and will always be. Her speech at the UN Assembly was without doubts a remarkable speech in the history. She has been speaking at such large platforms for years, but this time the entire world was watching her. Therefore, this impacted the large part of the world. This was her first appearance in public after her recovery. Here is the full speech you can watch right now.



This was her 16th Birthday on 12th of the July, and therefore UN decided to celebrate this day as "Malala day". Malala was looking just fresh and her family was also present on this occasion. 

This is however a fact that Malala is not like she was in Pakistan before the attack, But also she recovered very quickly, that's a good sign for her future. She spoke very well in the UN Assembly, and people got inspired again by her speech. She didn't criticize anyone including them who had shot her, but she forced world's people and organizations to do something for the children in terms of education. 

She said even if that person came in front of me who shot her, she wouldn't shot him, because her power is pen not Gun. the participants and other people who were watching the speech on screens, all of them appreciated Malala's latest speech. That's it.

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14 comments:

rusydi hikmawan said...

im speachless, but i have a writing for u

Stine Lindegaard said...

Dear Malala Yousafzai. You held the strongest and most inspirational speach of our century, making the world listen to the outcry for education for all: For girls as well as boys! You are the strongest voice for human rights I have heard so far.

Mircea Samoila said...

Dear Malala,

Thank you for continuing to bring inspiration to the world through your compassion, forgiveness and bravery. Your deeds and words are a true legacy for the great souls that you mentioned in your UN address: Mohammed Sahib, Ghandiji, Mandela, Christ, Buddha. This is the blossoming time and peace will prevail in the human hearts.

Mircea (Romania)

Anonymous said...

I operate a summer camp in Canada and would be interested in having Malala come during the summer of 2014 to inspire our young generation of girls to be empowered to help other girls in the world become educated. How do I get in touch with Malala's parents?
Camp Director

Rajesh cool world said...

dear malala ji ....hum ne apke bare me bahut kuch padha he aur me bahut kuch apse sikha hu aur me apki tarah ki kuch krna chahata hu

asif ali said...

haiiii,,,,,,, malala dear,,,,, asslamoalikum,,,, malala,,, ap ne jo jung girls education k lay lary,,,, main es se bht khsh ho aur main be ap ki tarha world k lay khch karna chahta ho,,,, ALLAH ap ko lamby age de,,,Ameen,,,,

Alex Obi said...

Thank You SOO Much!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Dear Malala, i just discovér your story.and i m so mooved by your bravery and forgiveness. You are an example for everyone . Freedom is a fight we should become all soldier for freedom and equal rights . As muslim i m really chocked by taliban behaviour and their values, to me all their actions are against islam precept . God bless you !

gurreebun salim said...

the most famous speech of this century,full of emotion and determination...as she said "before god we are all equal" from now we should think in term of human being and pull down extremism and extrimists.and those who are using islam for this cause.ameen n amen

sharongord tim said...

the most famous speech of this century,full of emotion and determination...as she said "before god we are all equal" from now we should think in term of human being and pull down extremism and extrimists.and those who are using islam for this cause.ameen n amen

Shamsulldin said...

MALALA IM INSPIRED BY YOUR THOUGHTS BY YOUR INSPIRATION BY YOUR STRUGGLE BY YOUR BRAVERY THANKS FOR GIVING US OUR DESTINATION OF LIFE BY EDUCATION SHAMS DEN PALIJO FROM KARACHI PAKISTAN

Shamsulldin said...

thanks MALALA we all pakistani proud of you we are with you evry single step of life insha Alaah you will be successful may you live long

Mohammad Mudasir said...

My Question is that Malla is only a girl that want to get education..... ??? And "AFIA SADDIQUI" not want to work on education OR did not get education...... ??? Why Afia arrest in USA....... ???

Geisidel Silvestre said...

Malala you are a special girl, born to shine and teach to be better every day. thank you for this opportunity to read your book. I loved it. Geisi from Brasil - São Paulo

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