Pakistani girl shot by Taliban militants speaks out
Malala Yousafzai creates fund to educate girls
- Duration 4:28
- Date Feb 5, 2013
Malala Yousafzai creates fund to educate girls
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All right this is an unbelievable story that we have covered since the very beginning and it's a true story of hope and inspiration.
We are hearing the first comments now from a fifteen year old Pakistani girl who is becoming eight international symbol.
Of what Taliban oppression.
Can produce Mulally is -- -- was shot point blank in the head by militants.
When she was on the bus on the way to school.
I -- back in October.
She is always believed that girl should have the right to go to school.
And now after two major surgeries this young girl is playing through and her mission she believes has really just begun.
Listen to her.
Today you can -- -- -- and I ain't.
I could see a twenty year old I can see me in the line and today I came -- And getting -- -- like me it's his because of the page of people because all of the people and maim remains.
Changing all of them all of them have made me and -- -- these fares and because this games.
God could have giving -- this new life.
And this is -- second night this could mean life.
And I want to assess I want to seventeen.
And I want heavy guns and each time to the educating.
And convict -- -- -- have organized.
My not a fun.
What a remarkable.
Young woman she is.
Joined now by Wally Ferris Fox News Middle East analysts and the author of the coming revolution.
Struggle for freedom in the Middle East while leave what what -- -- your mind when you watch her.
Not this is amazing this fits in revolution in the making I -- the -- band major -- of their ideology is to basically denied.
Education to women we've seen it in Afghanistan before earth liberation movement and -- -- -- this dramatic incident but also in other places.
Whenever -- -- -- I think militias are in control and gonna see this thing.
The power of her message.
This young Pakistani woman of fifteen is that she resisted them.
Not -- not what made between not -- demonstrations with a very strong wind and that would carry the message very far in this part of the world.
You know that this is such an important thing to talk about and to think about when you think about our involvement in Afghanistan -- -- Pakistan to the extent that we have and and you know fighting for the freedom for these girls to go to school is something that.
You know has been not talked about perhaps as much in terms of what really was the mission to accomplish there.
How do you see it.
Well absolutely not I mean initially you know what to crumble the -- regime that's a bit but -- -- following years it was to empower.
The fighting in Afghanistan and if we can also would have on the -- spending government.
Inside Pakistan that the civil society -- and this young woman is actually -- -- -- from the future they'll be many like -- and the future she is.
Very influential -- and we should have in the past ten years.
Worked with teachers would mothers to produce more and more of these -- fingers to lead -- you with.
Those who were nine -- ten years more than 2001 -- when he when he won for the importance of working with children and mother is extremely extremely high for our success in Afghanistan.
She has been in England undergoing knee surgery -- and that and doctors there have just done remarkable things for her how can she -- you know what how.
What what's her future in terms of of inspiring other people and it's so dangerous.
For these young girls to do what.
What she did they were angry with her -- for speaking out for being on a school bus and they shot in the head.
They -- Honda had she survived.
And -- they have a problem because she's gonna be inspiring thousands if not hundred of thousands of other young girls.
And remember now we have FaceBook we have yet to visit her first speech to -- to the nation that the young people in the in the Pakistani nation and soon to be maybe in Afghanistan.
Using all of social media and other aspects of communication is extremely important that's why have -- should be supported.
I would say by the international community and she should be visible she should have a toward an international community and meet with the young people and show.
You within Pakistan that the world is -- -- and -- struggle to get education to get freedom yeah.
Learn to -- -- to see and we will be leaving Afghanistan and 2014 and but this is a presence that she has that is so strong and needs to be talked about -- thank you so much for being with us today.
It's a great story too --