One child, one teacher, one book and one pen can change the world
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One child, one teacher, one book and one pen can change the world

One child, one teacher, one book and one pen can change the world

One child, one teacher, one book and one pen can change the world - Malala Yousafzai (b. 1997), Pakistani school pupil who was shot in the head by the Taliban in 2012 because she campaigned for education for girls. She is the youngest winner of the Nobel peace prize which she shares with Indian children's rights activist Kailash Satyarthi.

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MyName MyName (2124 days ago)

An incredibly brave and selfless girl.

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An incredibly brave and selfless girl.

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Guest: Leviticus1213 (2124 days ago)

Malala - what a load of cobblers! Just because you get recognition from people who have massacred millions in the Middle East and Asia and you get a Noble Prize that was also given to Obama - who ordered killing of millions more - does not "CHANGE" the World for the better. The wars and the killings go on and on! We might as well give a belated prize to Hitler at least things stopped after him. But they still continue (for the worse) with today's noble prize winners! Keep your comments to yourself - nobody is listening!

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Malala - what a load of cobblers! Just because you get recognition from people who have massacred millions in the Middle East and Asia and you get a Noble Prize that was also given to Obama - who ordered killing of millions more - does not "CHANGE" the World for the better. The wars and the killings go on and on! We might as well give a belated prize to Hitler at least things stopped after him. But they still continue (for the worse) with today's noble prize winners! Keep your comments to yourself - nobody is listening!

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Would you - as an unarmed teenager - have stood up in front of a religious fundamentalist with a gun who disagrees with you and told him firmly that women have a right to be educated, taken a bullet to the head and stood back up and re-iterated that sentiment? If she has not earned a right to speak her mind, I am not sure that anyone has.

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Would you - as an unarmed teenager - have stood up in front of a religious fundamentalist with a gun who disagrees with you and told him firmly that women have a right to be educated, taken a bullet to the head and stood back up and re-iterated that sentiment? If she has not earned a right to speak her mind, I am not sure that anyone has.

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Guest: Gizas (2124 days ago)

sounds far-fetched but it's possible.

not very probable but still possible.

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sounds far-fetched but it's possible.

not very probable but still possible.

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