Malala Yousafzai's Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech

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“One child, one teacher, one pen and one book can change the world,” was the inspiring message given by Malala Yousafzai in her Nobel Peace Prize acceptance speech on 10 December, 2015 at Oslo, the day when the hearts of millions reverberated with new waves of energy and enthusiasm. Her award was a victory for those frightened and forgotten all over the world. Beyond her own immense personal glory, she was proud to represent the downtrodden, and her voice became their voice. Her words echoed great dreams and aspirations for them. The prize was awarded to acknowledge her heroic sacrifice for the cause of education. The Nobel Prize committee stated “despite her youth, Malala Yousafzai has already fought for the rights of education and has shown by example that children and young people too can contribute to their own situations.”

Over the last few years, Malala Yousafzai has emerged from the status of a young school girl to a driving force for the youth to speak up for the rights of the deprived. Despite this fact, she is now portrayed as a disputable image in Pakistan
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He strongly believes that her secret intention is to promote anti-Islamic propaganda. Being the head of
25,000 private schools, he held a day in 2014 as “I am not Malala” and published a book named, 6“I am not Malala, I am a Muslim, I am a Pakistani”. Another argument put forward by the Malala haters is that, Malala is just a fashioned hero- a Western puppet who was catapulted to international fame by the Media- for the global audience.

This brings to mind the controversy that still prevails about the legacy of Anne Frank’s diary.
If at all she was alive today she might have faced with the same accusation that Malala does now of using her fame for financial gain and attention. In spite of being an implacable foe to
Pakistan, India also shares a mindset which is similar to that of the Malala haters in
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