Malala Unveils Her Blood stained Uniform

Daughter of Pakistan Malala Yousufzai Arrives in Noble Prize Ceremony | PakistanTribe.com

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OSLO – Malala Yousafzai unveils her School uniform when she was attached and donated to Nobel Peace Center of Oslo on Friday in Norway, PakistanTribe learnt from international media reports.

Malala yousafzai,17, a well known peace promoter has donated her school Uniform to Noble Peace Center Oslo. Malal was wearing this uniform two years before on the day she was attacked by Taliban in response to her campaign for girl’s education. She was coming home from school.

Malala said at the time of donating uniform that “My school uniform is very important to me because when I was going to school I would wear it. The day I was attacked I was wearing this uniform. I was fighting for my right to go to school, I was fighting for my right to get education. Wearing a uniform made me feel that yes, I am a student, I am doing it, practically. It is an important part of my life, now I want to show it to children, to people all around the world. This is my right, it is the right of every child, to go to school. This should not be neglected.”

Malala Yousafzai is the youngest Nobel winner ever and will be presented with her peace prize on Wednesday.

She will travel to Norway with five other teenage activists from Pakistan, Syria and Nigeria, including Shazia Ramzan, 16, and Kainat Riaz, 17, also shot during the Taliban attack on Malala, and 17-year-old Amina Yusuf, a girls’ education activist from northern Nigeria where the terror group Boko Haram abducted more than 200 schoolgirls during a raid in April 2014.

Regarding the campaign Malala gave her statement  “Though I will be one girl receiving this award, I know I am not a lone voice, These courageous girls are not just my friends, they are now my sisters in our campaign for education for every child.”

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