The story of Malala Yousafzai’s Nobel Prize must be told over and over again, to avoid at all costs fading away from memory and passing on to new generations. This quintessential example is a reminder to the soul of all of us: Revolution is about individual gestures of protest.
he was only 11 years old Malala Yousafzai when he started writing Blogging for the BBC, A complicated story, to say the least, of his, or rather a life. It told about Mingora’s school life, called upon to face the order of the gods on a daily basis Taliban of 2009, which bound closure of girls’ schools,
In a world where shouting one’s truth to the world is one’s everyday life a sin, their activism declared against extremism it almost cost him his life, in 2012, just two years before receiving Nobel Peace PrizeAs soon as she returned from that school, she was seriously injured. Thus began a new existence for him and at the same time, a new banner of resistance was born.
He is the Nobel laureate of Malala Yousafzai
At the age of just 17, she became the youngest recipient of the Nobel Prize. The motivation, in short, was “for her fight against the oppression of children and youth.” right of all children to education,
She is a symbol, but also a young woman who intends to live in control of her body and mind. Reborn after the operation, he begins a global struggle to guarantee the right to education in the world, so that it is the same everywhere.
Malala Yousafzai’s speech
Malala Yousafzai’s struggle does not translate into opposition to Islam, In fact, too often the youth activist is exploited to demonize the religious world, which, in many cases, presents brutal extremism.
He made this clear while thanking his parents during his acceptance speech for the Nobel Peace Prize. She turned to her mother and thanked her for teaching her patience and the importance of always telling the truth: “What we believe to be true is true. message of islam, Then she turned to her father, who had the courage not to clip her wings, so that she could fly in a world as troubled as his.
Know full well that one award won’t change the world, that looking back and being proud and satisfied of what has been done will not change the living conditions of millions of children. His thoughts go to them. It speaks of forgotten and scared children who want nothing but peace. His role, which he has also accepted as being forced by events, is to voice them: “This is not the time to pity them. Now is the time to act so that this is the last time children are denied an education.”
And then the encouragement of their generation, the children who dream of a different present and future for themselves and for others. The only possible response is to raise your head to the whole world. fighting for myself and for those who come: “This may be the last time children spend their childhood in a factory, are forced to marry, die in war. For the last time the classroom remains empty and education becomes a crime.