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I am Malala 1 BY Kashif Shaikh.pptx

  1. 1. • Havish Shah • Kashif Shaikh • Arsh Shaikh • Aditya Parameswar
  2. 2. Introduction • Malala often reflects on how different her world is now in England, is a stark contrast to her home in Pakistan's swat valley, when she closes her eyes she remember it was the 9th of October 2012. She was traveling home from school in the bus only a five minute journey when two young men waved the bus down Malala thought they might be journalists at 15 years old she was already well known for her fearless campaign for girls education but they weren't journalists one of them leaned through the back window and fired three shots at point-blank range Malala and two of her school mates Shaziaand were all hit Malala slumped forward into her best friend Moniba's lap unconscious and bleeding the Taliban thought they could silence Malala by shooting her safe to say their plan backfired but this is only part of Malala's story.
  3. 3. Information on The Book • I am Malala: The story of a girl who stood up for education and was shot by the Taliban is Malala Yousafzai's autobiographical book co-authored with Christina Lam. Published October 8, 2013 by Weidenfeld & Nicolson in the UK and Little, Brown and Company in the US. The book describes Yousafzai's upbringing, her father's ownership of the school and activities, the rise and fall of Pakistan's Taliban in the Swat Valley, and her 15-year-old life on 9 October 2012. It details an assassination attempt on Yousafzai at that time. , following her work for the education of women. Although banned in many schools in Pakistan, it has received critical acclaim and won several awards.
  4. 4. Who Are Taliban? • Taliban is a group of political and religious faction that emerged in Afghanistan in the mid-1990s. • They wanted to imply sharia law in the Pakistan's Swat’s Valley. • They came to Swat in when Malala was ten. • These were Strange looking men with long straggly hair and beards with camouflage west over their salwar kameez which they wore with trousers well above their ankles with running shoes or cheap plastic Sandals , • and sometimes stockings over their head with holes for their eyes, and they blew their noses dirtily into the end of their turbans.
  5. 5. What they did to gain political power? • They came over night with the intention to conquer the swat valley. • Maulana Fazlullah, their leader set up an illegal radio station, Mullah FM and Fazlullah was known as Radio Mullah. • They warned people to stop listening to music, watching movies and dancing. Sinful acts like these had caused the earthquake on the 8th of October 2005,[73,000; killed. 128,000; injured]. • Within six months people were getting rid of their TVs, DVDs and CDs. Fazlullah’s men collected them into huge heaps on the streets and set them on fire.
  6. 6. • The Taliban were known to listen at people’s doors then force their way in, take the TVs and smash them to pieces on the street. • Only the radio was allowed, and all music except for Taliban songs was declared haram.
  7. 7. Significance of The Book The book makes the readers aware of the situation of many kids around Pakistan and the world and highlights the problem that exist in countries like her own that are oppressive due to the backward way of thinking of the people. Book advocates children to have a higher quality education and preaches that children should not be deprived if their basic human rights It teaches us that going to school is a privilege that we can experience but for some it is only a distant reality and a hopeful dream.
  8. 8. Theme Parenthood Ignorance Home Discrimination Hope
  9. 9. IMPRESSION OF THE BOOK • First impression after reading the book is that Malala is a very strong woman and an inspiration to many people around the world. She explores the idea that education empowers women to stand up for their rights so that they can have a positive future. The book makes u believe in the power of “voice” to inspire change in the world. The human values of truth, justice, forgiveness and equality is instilled in the book. Malala was able to achieve tolerance inspite of violation of her human rights. Her life changed drastically, yet she turned it around. Her bravery and her refusal to give in to fear is very inspiring.
  10. 10. Writing style of the book • The book throughout has used easy to understand words without usage of complex words. The way the book is written makes it feel personal to the reader. • The book feels more intimate and personal since it was given through Malala's point of view, so we know all her thoughts and feelings which makes her feel more vulnerable and creates better connectivity and interest from the reader's side
  11. 11. KNOWLEDGE GAINED FROM THE BOOK • Have the courage to do the right thing • Follow your decision. Give it a chance to shape your life and do not give up. • Seek education and take every opportunity to broaden your knowledge. • You have a voice and it is important to use it. • Be kind humble and compassionate • Follow your dreams and keep positive attitude • Be determined • See challenges as potential for growth. Come forward to help others because helping others gives more joy rather than being happy inyour own life.
  12. 12. THANK YOU !!!!

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