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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 I am Malala By Malala Yousafzai with Patrica McCormickA story about a girl who stood up for what she believed and changed the world in the face of Taliban voilence Summary The autobiography "I am Malala" by Malala Yousfzai withPatrica McCormick illustrates a girls fight againstterrorism and for girls eduction in Pakistan. Malala beginsthe book describing her day-to-day life, without worries aboutthe terrorists, in her area of Pakistan(Swat Valley). Thendisaster strikes; an earthquake shakes her world, even more thanshe realized at the time. But because of that earthquake, Fazullah,a Taliban Leader, would be able to instill fear the Swat people that they did not follow Islmic Law(the very strict one-Sharia) and God was punishing them. Some of the normal activities Fazullah prohibited were watching movies, women leaving the house withouta male guardian, and girls attending school. Malala saw this as anobstruction of her rights, especially when the Taliban took over Swatand closed all the girls schools down. She fought for her basic rightsin the face of extremist violence, and paid the price. On October 9th, 2012Malala was shot by the Taliban on her way home from school, after many threats to her father. Birmingham, England; where Malala was taken for a life saving surgery after the attack and she lives to this day."One child, one book, and one pen can change the world" is the quote finishes Malala's UN address and nearly the book, which I think perfectly describes her message and life goals. "So, yes the Talibanhave shot me. But they can only shot abody. They cannot shot my dreams, they cannot kill my beliefs, and they cannot stop my campaign to see every boy and girl in school." Malala Yousafzai "Extremists have shown whatwhat they are really afraid of; a girl and her book."Malala Yousafzai 2 0 0 4-Malala is enjoying a peaceful childhood attending her fathers school 2 0 0 5Maulana Fazlullah starts a propagandaradio station after a major earthquake 2 0 0 7The Taliban enfore Islamiclaw in Pakistan with violence 2 0 0 8 - 2 0 0 9-The Taliban sign a peace treatywith Pakistan, only to breakit almost immediately withviolence-After another loss from the government, Islamic Law being enforced over Palistan. January, 2 0 0 9Taliban closes all girls schoolsFebruary, 2 0 0 9Taliban enforeces Sharia in turn for a cease fire. Malala takes part in thedocumentary "Class Dismissed". April, 2 0 0 9Taliban go back on their wordand take over Pakistan.May, 2 0 0 9The largest exodus in Pakistanhappens while the two powers struggle. Malala and her familyflee to Shargla. July, 2 0 0 9Malala and her family returnto their now empty of the Taliban home. They find that the army stayed there,leaving debris and a note blaming her father for the Taliban. December, 2 0 0 9Malala starts up civil disobedienceagainMap of Taliban influence: 2 0 1 0A flood causes 20 million deathscausing a weakened people populationThe Taliban calls it a sign thatthey have yet again strayedfrom Islamic Law. 2 0 1 1Malala wins Pakistan's Youth NationalPeace Prize October 9th, 2 0 1 2Malala is shot on her way home from school along with 2 other girlson their way home from school.Rest of October:Malala's family moves to Birmingham for her surgery.After the operation: 2 0 1 3 The first fully democratic election in Pakistan takes place. Malalaand her family settle into Birmingham, England. July 12thMalala addresses the U.N. on her sixteenth birthday,now named Malala Day. Malala continues to campaign for educational rights today, and notjust in Pakistan.
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