Thursday, October 10, 2013

Malala Yousafzai will get Nobel Peace Prize in 2013?

Everyone is looking to hear the announcement of this year's Nobel Peace Prize by the Norwegian Nobel Committee. The announcement will take place on 11th October, 2013 and Malala Yousafzai is one of the favorite nominees for this award. The announcement is taking place just after 2 days of the first anniversary of Malala Attack on 9th October, 2012. Malala herself said in a recent interview that, she doesn't deserve to receive this award, she added that, there are many other people in the world who worked for the peace and human rights more than her. While there was a petition signed by millions of people at, and requesting for the Nobel Prize to be given to Malala Yousafzai in 2013. So it is a public demand for Malala and therefore, many of the Nobel Peace Prize specialists say that Malala is the favorite candidate for this award in 2013. 
Nobel Peace Award for Malala
Just one day left for the announcement of the winner for this year's Nobel Peace Prize which is one of the most famous award given by the NNC to a personality who worked globally for the Peace. 

Malala Yousafzai is on the top to receive this award because she is an international symbol of peace and a voice for the entire generation. Malala is a young girl and a student of school who worked hard back in 2008 to 2012 when the Taliban was ruling her region. She spoke openly about them and fight for getting the children and girls' rights back. Actually, Taliban banned girls from going to school, and she was a student at that time, thus her educational career also affected, so she wrote a diary for BBC on this cruelty. That diary was firstly published with a fake name "Gul Makai" and later on when peace restored in Swat, she appeared to be the girl who wrote that diary, she after that worked more openly for children rights in the region and in the province of KPK as well in all over Pakistan. 

On 9 October 2012, when she was coming back from her school to her home, there were 2 gun men who stopped the bus in the way and one of them asked the other girls in the bus; "Who is Malala among you?", and someone replied to them that Malala is this one, and he opened fire on Malala, Malala was fired 2 times to confirm that she has been killed. But its almost an amazing story that how Malala survived with the help of doctors and with prayers of all people in the world. 

Now she has fully recovered from the injury and living a happy life in the United Kingdom, while she has expressed to go back to her own country and serve the nation by working as a politician. But that is not the hottest story right now, because the hottest story is the Nobel Peace Prize, so here I stop and let's wait for the decision tomorrow by the NNC. I hope Malala will win this Award! And what do you think? 

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Anonymous said...

Amo a Malala profundamente y con gratitud mi admiración y respeto por ser una joven valiente que defiende los derechos de niñas de todo el mundo y no le teme al hombre cruel que hace daño valiéndose de armas que amedrantan y tratan de acabar con la paz de las personas que deseamos un mundo en paz,doy mi voto y gratitud a la valiente joven Malala

Anonymous said...

We dont like you malala. You have showed a bad image of pakistan.

maham khalid said...

i hate you soooo much malala...

Agentes SUVIVENDA: said...

De corazón espero recibas el premio Malala. Por tí, por las niñas de Pakistán y por las mujeres del mundo entero que vemos en tí una valiente representante y defensora de nuestros derechos. Te escribo desde Colombia donde se adelanta un proceso de paz, sin generosidad, sin amor. Un abrazo.

Anonymous said...

I would like to leave my comments to the Nobel peace prize committee.
Shame on you for letting politics get in the way, Malala Yousafzai Has touched and embolden more lives than any chemical weapons org. ever could, she is the embodiment of what the Nobel peace prize is all about, touching the hearts and minds of people all over the world.
Malala Yousafzai has women children mothers and father’s son’s and teacher’s, people all over the world standing up for what is right and to fight for the right to have an education and prosperity that comes with it, how many people has the chemical Org. inspired to fight for what is right? To fight for a better day and a better life?
Alfred Nobel would be ashamed to even have this prize give in his name! Your committee has cheapened this prize to nothing more than a political who’s who, regardless of today’s prize this little girl will do more with her life and touch more people than any of you so called experts ever will and I hope you go to bed knowing that fact.
You can take away someone’s freedom but you can never take away their mind or education,
That is what Malala Yousafzai stands for!

michael desmond said...

Malala, always rember that you are a child of the Creator and we bow before no man.
Miihael Desmond, Chicago

Krystina Estes said...

Malala, I am a physician in Arkansas, USA. Please come and give Grand Rounds at my hospital. You inspire me every day as a woman and a human.

Anonymous said...

Congrats you MALALA...go ahead...Clear the way to piece...But not through Politicts...Save the innocents in the country..
Allah hafiz

Anonymous said...

Congrats you MALALA...go ahead...Clear the way to piece...But not through Politicts...Save the innocents in the country..
Allah hafiz

MG said...

Malala is certainly greater than Nobel Peace Prize or any other award in the world...!
Keep it up...!!!
Best wishes..!!!

Anonymous said...

Malala, you are such an inspiration, such a strong example for this world. I only wish you the best for you and your family. I live in a country where education is equal for girls and boys and I can only imagine your wish to learn, as other girls in your country and others. My daugther has an handicap and I am fighting for her right to learn as other children do, but my fight is nothing compared to yours. Thank you for who you are Malala, keep it up for all of us women in this entire world! Even if I don't know you, I know I love the person you are, the girl you are and the woman you are becoming! What an example for all our daughters. All the best to you and your family. All my love xoxox Thalie

agoezbeckham said...

we support you MALALA... brave teen girls... (indonesian islam community)

Fernando Batista said...

Congratulations for your brave actions.
The wolrd needs more people like you!

Keep going! The Nobel Prize will come some day. I'm sure about that.

Fernando, Santa Catarina, Brasil

Anonymous said...

you did good malala

Anonymous said...

keep up the good work and you're an inspiration to all people all over the world !!!

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Anonymous said...

I am really inspired by what you have done. Keep changing the world, and if anyone tells you any different just say "I am sorry but the world needs to be a better place than this" do not use any violence or verbal abuse (which I know you won't) but as Martin Luther King said: "Keep Moving Forward".

William Coglin-Hibbert

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