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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Relation toGandhi andHow She is Viewed The BRAVEST girl in the world who fought for education. Malala Yousafzai Motivation What Malala wants What motivated Malala tostand up for change isher father, Ziauddin Yousafzai.He had inspired her to fightto be educated by taking her to his meetings and speeches. EDUCATION FORGIRLS! Malala has been influenced by Gandhi because she fights for girls' education in a non-violent way. On October 9th,2012, Malala was shot by one of theTaliban members in the attempt tosilence her. She would not and will notshoot back at the Taliban whohad shot her, but would fightfor change through words.Malala gave speeches to societyand wrote blogs about peace inPakistan and education foreveryone, just like Gandhi hadgiven speeches about Indians tobe able to make their ownproducts and for them to rule India.After she started writing blogs and diariesfor the news, many people wanted tosupport the "Malala Fund" and shewas invited to documentaries like the Daily Show.They both wanted to make change in anonviolent way, and we can concludethat from her quotes. "Even if there is a gun inmy hands and he stands in front of me, I wouldnot shoot him," she told the authorities. "This isthe philosophy of nonviolence that I have learnedform Gandhi, Budshah Khan, and Mother Teresa." On October 10, 2014, Malala has won the 2014 Noble Peace Prize. Malala Yousafzaibecame the girls' education activist. Malala's quotes had lead tothe "Malala Fund" and nowpeople all over the world isinspired by her and donatesfor children's education.The right to education iscurrently given to 61 millionprimary school children, and32 million are girls. Malala is a 16 year old Pakistanigirl who wanted girls to beable to get education. This is because after the Talibanacquired power in Pakistan with threat of violence, girls were bannedto go to school. Malala wants every child in the world to be able to go to school. Noble Peace Prize
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