I️t really bothered me when Diane interrupted her while speaking and telling her brave story. Also when she asked Malala If I️t was wise that she did not cover her face. Malala is a brave young lady. And Diane sawyer knows nothing to ask if I️t was wise or not. I️ bet if she were in her use she would’ve of also froze and not know what to do
yeah yeah she loves pakistan yeah yeah no wonder one bullet and shes out of hell called pakistan if she loves her country let her go and work there for the people of backward pakistan not be a dummy of west
you are the one who needs to shut up. you started all this negativity. why wud u tell a girl like Malala to die for? what kind of person are u. you have nothing to do in life? you really have to sit down at home and post these negative comments? really????? I will always stick up for the right cause and the right people. Malala doesn't even know me, but I wud still be there for her. please get your negative self out of these YouTube comments. I'm not replying anymore coz I no longer want to stoop so low down to ur level. GROW UP.
I never against education and Islam says education is light of life. .. but unfortunate Malala wasn't a real girl she made by British Government for it aims in future. ..
for example if Taliban wanted to kill someone they intact kill him or her . Ahmad Shah Massoud was a powerful man Taliban targeted him and killed him . also a lot of powerful men in Afghanistan taliban killed them but Malala was a girl her killing was so easy for taliban. ...
If everybody would be like this girl or other amazing people like Nelson Mandela, mother Teresa... The world would be so great. 1 in 1,000.000 people are like that: with full integrity, compasion, respect and love for others, hungry for education, polite and mature. Very admirable girl.
Malala, I am in love with you deeply. If you give me a chance I will make you happy. That is what love is all about. God bless you Malala, Just know, that someone in America loves you very deeply, forever. I love you baby.
I don't like this interview at all. Why on earth is Diane giving Malala Yousafzai the third degree? What's with all of this questioning of her wisdom? It's like she's trying to make her seem unintelligent or childish or foolish but she's only succeeding in making herself look that way.
A drama queen? You are right, a little girl who gets shot in the head is definitely not a drama...she's certainly not the only one but all this fuss is not about her small self but she speaks for all those little girls, we need some organization and coordination to be heard, not shouting all at once
Malala is a very brave girl who face the danger from the ignorant Taliban men, they cover their faces not showing to the people 'coz they're afraid to face the conse quences they made. If they are brave they will fight to the real enemies but not to the innocent ones. Open your eyes Talibans, do what your Koran stated in the holly book if you believe in your religion. Stop the killing.
The Taliban up to it's normal tactics - shooting little girls in the head - because they fear little girls. Maybe I missed that part of the Taliban's own personal copy of their special Bible (it is NOT in any Koran!)!!!!!! Maybe they just want to kill all women - so they can have fun with little boys!!!!!!!! They are all cowards!!!!!!!!
WHAT IS WRONG WITH ISLAMIC TEACHING TODAY?
There are 4 big mistakes as follows.
First, Extremist Muslims believe in the Ancient Muslim Scholars blindly like; Muslim, Bukhari, Hurairah etc. In other word, they believe in idols (men) , believe in Hadith without doubt at all.
Second, Extremist Muslims misinterpreted / abused some of God verses. They still follow the ancient Arab tradition in 21st century.
Third, Extremist Muslims do not believe in Bible and do not practice it, whereas Allah commanded Muhammad (saw) many times to believe and to practise all His Books.They accuse God’s Book, Bible, is not the original one.
Forth, Extremist Muslims are against Human Rights, whereas,Human Rights is the core of Islamic Teaching.
Protect the Minority’s Rights QS 4:75, and treat all People fairly QS 42:15.
Diane Sawyer: "Was that wise? I know it was brave, but was it wise?" She seems not to understand : It was necessary. The hero always finds the courage to do what is necessary. They seem to carry the knowledge that it is themselves that must do it. Listen to Ms. Yousafzai across this narrative. She seems very aware, even at 11 yrs old, that this is her task. Her time, her talents, her understanding of her community, her family, her friends, and the circumstances that surround her have called her to this action. She is an unlikely hero, up against the toughest of opponents, ignorance. But she is no more unlikely than a scrawny man in a loin cloth up against an Empire, or a man imprisoned for 18 yrs up against the Apartheid that wrote him off, or a black preacher against the norm of segregation in white southern America. Her passion for learning seems to be indefatigable. That certainly will help in the very, very long fight ahead. "Was it wise?" No, it wasn't wise, it was necessary.
Why so many 'bad thinking' comment about you Manala,..?
I think you are Greatest Human-being Ever Archive in History of human-kind. (periot)
How old are you Martin Luther King Jr, Nelson Mandela etc when he/she win Nobel Peace Prize ?
Oke Mr Bad-Thinking Comments Win another Nobel Peace Prize first than II would appreciate your negative comments in here.
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Good for you, Diane? When are going to interview the families of some of the 600,000 or so Iraqi children starved to death by the US embargo, or some of the 600 Palestinian children killed by Israel during the Cast Lead slaughter, or some of the kids who have been bombed and mutilated by President Obama's drones?
Perhaps you could spend some time, too, discussing the Reagan Administrations central role in creating the Taliban, with a clear knowledge that such shootings as the one you express such concern about here would be the result.
Two short notes by way of correction:
A) The "right to exist" is a fictitious right. There is no such entity or right, and it is logically impossible for such a thing to exist.
B) An insult is not an argument.
+Yechiel Gordon "I referred a moment ago to the Gulf slaughter. I meant, of course, the Cast Lead slaughter, the beginning of which was timed to coincide with the end of the school day and a police academy graduation so as to maximize civilian casualties."
Which wouldnt matter, as Hamas are known to launch missiles at Israeli civilians from schools...so your first conspiracy theory is easily exposed. Secondly, Hamas police are not civilians, as they are under the command of Hamas, and staffed with Hamas terrorists...Perhaps you didnt read the obituaries of some of those "policemen" killed that were released from Hamas?
"Mike, there is a good reason that I mentioned the cases I mentioned. The US does not fund Hamas, and it requires zero courage to attack our official enemies, even if we helped to create them by supporting 60 years of Israeli terror, while Israel has refused to make peace. "
Soooo, Israel refuses to make peace with an organization that has as a Charter the goal of exterminating all Jews on "Judgement day"? The same organization that has made clear that it will never establish peace with Israel? The same organization that holds all Jews as evil? The same organization that was able to come into existence because the Israelis aided it, believing it was a charity organization, to help Gazan civilians?
Keep up your excuses baby....aint buying them.
" Because Israel occupies the territory it has zero right to fire weapons into the region."
Soooo, even though Israel isnt occupying Gaza, it doesnt have a right to fire at terrorists who are firing at them? Riggghhhhhttttttt.
"I have seen no credible documentation that Hamas used human shields."
Wouldnt be hard to find...especially since the Hamas leadership has acknowledge their Human Shield policy....years ago....which was even praised in a Guardian article. So what you mean, is that you don't have any interest in that policy....because your cause isnt humanitarian....It is anti-Israel/Judaism.
"Assuming that they did, and that Israel attacked anyway, this would constitute additional crimes by Israel as, again, the State of Israel as occupier, is required to provide food, medical care, etc to the people it holds in captivity, rather than killing them."
Youre insane. Israel has a responsibility to it's civilians FIRST....Just like every other legitimate state.....No state or country will sacrifice it's duty to it's civilians, just because an enemy state has decided to use it's civilians as human shields during it's acts of aggression. The only thing that can be done is the goal of minimization of civilian deaths....Youre so bigoted and anti-Israel....Listen to yourself....Youve just blatantly denied the right of Israel to defend itself, which is in fact a denial of Israel's right to even exist.
Hi tube or not tube,
What you are saying probably makes sense. It is akin to saying that Jews or Christians who advocate genocide are simply following the precedents set by muderous figures such as Joshua, who were, after all, merely following the orders given by the Lord.
+tube or not tube I am not Muslim, however I am very interested in history and have learned that Radical Islamists practice a very old form of Islam that most modern Muslims (such as the girl mentioned in this video) abandoned hundreds of years ago.
+twistedyogert true. Taliban is the only group that resembles closest to what prophet mohammed himself preached. He recommended jihad and strict treatment of infidels and puritan implementation of allah's laws on the planet. Especially during the end mohammed's verses got more violent and intolerant than previous ones. Taliban is just following the book. All moderation and tolerant versions of islam comes in only after it comes in contact with non-islamic cultures of the world. Radical islam is the real islam and closer to the soil of how saudi wahabi thought and the original quraish tribe that prophet belongs to thinks. No denying the truth. Its garbage.
This is an interesting idea, as the US knows many of these people well, having supplied financing and terror training during the Reagan years to the Mujaheedeen, having financed the training of Osama bin Laden, and having played an important role in organizing extremist elements into a more cohesive organization called Al Qaeda.
Joey O'Toole Lack of education and extremism; not religion. There are billions of religious people who wish to live in peace. Malala herself speaks of God saving her, and if religion really was the problem, then her being religious would make her a horrible person. Clearly, she doesn't seem like one.
I'm an atheist and am a much happier person without having religion in my life, but I think that education and religion can coexist, and for the most part, they do. It's just that their effects aren't on the news.
GREAT BOOK and THANK YOU MALALA! Your book was a phenomenal work of non-fiction will be remembered for decades all around the world. I admire you as a brave and intelligent woman. You have been a magnificent inspiration to all.
Thank you for speaking out. I am Muslim and understand their are many innocent Muslims around the world suffering because of the west! But Taliban are pricks and these assad in Syria. Fuck them. Some acts are worse than animals!
Diane sawyer is one of the most cynical women I've seen on TV..she really doesn't have the capacity to understand things beyond her limited perceptions. Her interview with Michael Jackson too was the same incredulous and condescending tone
I have the feeling Ms. Sawyer you do not believe in miracles.To you its probably magical child like thinking.But yes this was a miracle. Also , Malala is very wise... any being with that much compassion for people is very wise. obviously you are much wiser when it comes to business and similar worldly stuff. but that only benefits the ego which is not important in life... The only goal you should achieve in this life is to become enlightened. therefore Malala is very wise Namaste :)
I am sorry Diane sawyer but that is not child like magical thinking. Malala's words are the words of a being with god in her heart, and I am sorry Diane Sawyer that your racist ego is to big to see that . Ms. Sawyer, what Malala is displaying is that she has a heart filled with unconditional love for everyone and everything. She is a being that loves you as herself because we are all one, she can see through the egos of madmen and love them because they are a soul just like her. Namaste
Taliban fears that by the power of education, women especially will rise against their influence. Arent we surprise we are not in the 400th century anymore and no one wish to be silence just for the sweet assurance of afterlife? Hah!
May this girl brings in more awakening for those in need of light. I wish her strength and success in her future endeavor.
love and light,
what part of Malala's life would u consider a glamorous Hollywood movie? U r quite stupid to be jealous of this brave soul who survived her plight and is brave enough to put a face and a name to the magnititude of human suffering esp girls n women all over the world so we can take notice n help if possible. She's speaking for everyone, not just a Pakistani u dumb fool....go back to fogging up ur mind with that glamorous Hwood movie
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