Radio Mullah Analysis

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In addition, she learned that there was always another way to solve a problem; especially, when it came to the issue on whether girls could attend school or not. However, it would seem impossible as a more powerful figure appeared and began to judge girls that attended school. The Radio Mullah would become an influential spokesperson and manipulate thousands of people into becoming a part of the Taliban. As a case in point, “Then the Radio Mullah turned his attention to schools. He began speaking against school administrators and congratulating girls by name who left school. […] Girls like me who still went to school he called buffaloes and sheep” (Yousafzai 118). At first, the Radio Mullah would speak about topics that appealed to the silent…show more content…
Followers of the Sunni Islam religion were entitled to interpret the texts of the Quran, however they saw fit. But, this would result in many conflicts in the Pakistani community because certain people felt compelled to convince other Muslims to accept one specific interpretation of the Quran. Out of hope for a strong leader; the people were easily persuaded by others; at a time when elected officials were not dependable and they could only look to their own for change. There will always be opposition in any situation; however, Malala believed that Allah would not take away the natural rights of the citizens and she knew that Allah stood by her on that. With a fearless spirit and understanding that peace could be obtained if all the people were informed that Allah wants everyone to have the same rights, Malala fought back. As an…show more content…
This would cause a great conflict in Pakistan and Swat Valley, since the Radio Mullah abused his power and began to terrorize innocent people. Malala’s resilience was due to Allah because he was a figure of protection and support to her; which caused Malala to want to be that for others. To help and return peace to Swat Valley, Malala was convinced that it was her duty to carry out this mission without failure. There was much at large when Malala began to become a glorified hero in the world. However, this did not stop her because she knew Allah would protect her and to stop her campaign was not an option. Malala stated, “I know God stopped me from going to the grave. It feels like this life is a second life. People prayed to God to spare me, and I was spared for a reasonto use my life for helping people. When people talk about the way I was shot and what happened, I think it’s the story of Malala, “a girl shot by the Taliban”; I don’t feel it’s a story about me at all” (Yousafzai
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