I Am Malala by Malala yousafzai
I am Malala SUMMARY Who told everyone how the young girl who stood for education and never gave up. Who taught the importance of education and fought for the education of girls. I AM MALALA SUMMARY taught that everyone has the same right to education.
WRITER:- MALALA YUSAFZAI & Patricia MacCormack
I am Malala SUMMARY
Malala’s childhood was spent in the Swat. From the very beginning, Malala was very happy to go to school and study. And her parents never stopped for this. Rather, her parents supported her studies. Malala’s father’s dream was to open a school in which both boys and girls could be taught. And soon his dream came true.
Malala’s father soon opened a school in which everyone used to study at the bottom of the tree and later he also build a school. Which Malala loved very much. She was smart in her studies and always topped. But to always top the class, he had to compete with her friends.
There was always competition between Malala and her friends who would bring more marks. So she worked harder and brought good marks in the exam. But once Malala missed the 1st position. She was very sad that day. When his father came to know about this, he said that.
BY THIS YOU WILL LEARN THAT YOU CAN WIN THAN YOU VAN LOOSE. YOU MUST COME TO LOSE, NOT ALWAYS WIN.
When time slowly started changing
Everything went well for a few years. Malala loved her school and studies. But as Malala grew older, time was also changing. Because Pakistan was slowly in possession of the Taliban.
When the new radio broadcast started
Now slowly a new radio broadcast began. In the beginning, people thought that it was giving new information to learn. Now its broadcast was becoming famous and people listen after finishing their work. In the beginning, everyone liked it and people also followed it. And the number of its listeners was increasing day by day.
Now, except for good things in radio broadcasting, started saying those things which were not right for the people. But still, people were following him. Now slowly his talk was increasing, which was not right. So Malala’s father decides that they will find out who is saying all these things. When he came to know that he was a radio mullah who wanted to get a grip on the people.
He was broadcasting radio from the Taliban. And slowly the Taliban started tightening their gripes. And he had now made his own rules and forced the people. Now everything was changed. Even the Taliban had stopped studying and TV for girls.
When the battles started
Pakistan’s army and Taliban always faced face to face and people used to hear its voice. After some time, Malala’s father thought of speaking against the Taliban because he wanted to tell the outsiders how the situation was there. He spoke to a news reporter who could reach out to him.
Now Malala works every day writing for him but changing her name. This went on for a few days, but the situation did not improve. And Malala finally had to leave the house with her family. And started living with his relatives After 3 months, he came back to his house. Because now the condition was somewhat normal.
The situation was already good. But still, they had to follow some rules of the Taliban. Malala was still against it. And she always voiced against it. So now she started getting threatened with death.
AFTER SOME DAYS:-
For a few days, this kind of intimidation continued. But Malala and her family did not mind this thing. But one-day Malala was returning from her school, some people stopped her school vehicle and fire her head. And those people went away from that.
After that Malala was taken to the hospital where her family came to know that the bullet was hit on one end of her head. His operation went on for some time but Malala’s condition is still critical.
A few days later Malala’s condition did not improve, due to which she was taken to England with the help of the army, where she had to undergo several surgeries and underwent several operations. And after a few days, she recovered completely.
I AM MALALA SUMMARY QUOTE:-
- Success always.
- We all believe in hope.
- Lie has to end and truth has to come.
- Every action has an equal reaction.
- When a child is a child, it is a child. Even if it is a Prophet.
- Malala will live like a free bird.
- The school was my world and my world was school.
- I will protect your freedom.
- I believe that with every evil there is good, that when a man is bad, God sends a good person to the earth.
- We should never forget to share what we have.
- The shadow of a happening event comes first.
- May your dreams come true.
- When someone gets caught between the army and terrorists, nothing is good.
- We are not afraid of anyone and we will continue our education. This is our right.
- It is our right to go to school.