Young Pakistani inaugurates library

06 Sep

Malala Yousafzai , a Pakistani student who was attacked with gunfire in the head by the Taliban for defending the right to education of girls , after being treated for injuries in England , said on Tuesday ( 09/03 ) , that books can defeat terrorism .

The 16 year old made ​​a speech in his adopted city , the English city of Birmingham , before unveiling the plaque at the inauguration of the largest public library in Europe.

She said : ” I made the challenge to read thousands of books and gain strength with knowledge. Pencils and books are the weapons to defeat terrorism , “said Malala operated in October last year after a criminal attack at the time was still a school in Pakistan .

She also argued : ” There is no weapon more powerful than knowledge or a greater source of knowledge that the written word ” , as published EuroNews .

She is now a candidate for the Nobel Peace Prize this year , spoke without embarrassment , showed safety and it has just a bit of stiffness in the left side of the face
Malala now attends school in Birmingham , which also has a large population of Pakistani origin , where his family now resides .

The Library of Birmingham was already one of the major projects to recover the city centerMalalaBook and has over a million books , including works of Paulo Coelho , Machado de Assis and the first editions of the works of English playwright William Shakespeare .

It was a great opportunity for the 16 year old back to say that books are the best weapon to defeat terrorism , and said during the inauguration : ” Always remember that even a book , a pen , a child and a teacher can change the world ” , said Malala during the inauguration .

A young Pakistani has now signed a contract of more than 2 million with a publisher to publish your story.



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