Malala poses for a photograph.
Sakeena Banday, Gulf Today
Malala Yousafzai has received widespread support after her cover interview with Vogue was unveiled.
People expressed their love and support for the human rights activist and the Nobel Prize laureate after she unveiled the magazine on Twitter.
"Know the power that a young girl carries in her heart when she has a vision and a mission – and I hope that every girl who sees this cover will know that she can change the world. Thank you @BritishVogue, @Edward_Enninful& @thedalstonyears," she tweeted.
Pakistani activist for female education and the youngest Nobel Prize laureate is known for human rights advocacy, especially the education of women and children in her native Swat Valley in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, northwest Pakistan, where the local Pakistani Taliban had at times banned girls from attending school.
In October 2012, when she was 15, a Taliban gunman shot her and two classmates as they travelled home from school in a bus, breaking a rule in the city of Mingora. It was an event that caused her up the ante with her activism. She launched Malala Fund to further campaign for female rights and wrote an autobiography about her experiences. She was also awarded the Nobel Peace Prize when she was just 17.
Speaking to Vogue in the interview, she said she “didn’t write anything about the Nobel Prize” on her statement for Oxford – where she went to university –because she “felt a bit embarrassed.”
Pakistani teenager Malala Yousafzai, who at 17 became the youngest Nobel Laureate and is an iconic activist for girls' education, opens up on a host of issues in an interview with British Vogue magazine, including why she wears the headscarf and her favourite TV shows.
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Yousafzai informed her 1.3 million followers that she doesn’t know “what’s ahead” in her life as of yet, but “for now, it will be Netflix, reading and sleep”.
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