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Does Malala Yousafzai deserve the Nobel Peace Prize?

  • She deserves the award, period!

    If you read her book, I Am Malala, you would perfectly understand why deserves the Nobel Peace Prize. She tells you IN HER PERSPECTIVE all her hardships and how she overcame them. Yes, she got a lot of attention because she was shot, but that is SO NOT the reason she got the award. She spoke for peace and kids' rights to go to school. Many people challenge this by saying that she has not created peace, but to be fair, nobody that won the nobel peace prize did. So you can't take that out against Malala. But at least they had the nerve and were brave enough to try to earn peace and equality in the world. She is totally deserving of that award, no doubt about it.

  • She deserves the award, period!

    If you read her book, I Am Malala, you would perfectly understand why deserves the Nobel Peace Prize. She tells you IN HER PERSPECTIVE all her hardships and how she overcame them. Yes, she got a lot of attention because she was shot, but that is SO NOT the reason she got the award. She spoke for peace and kids' rights to go to school. Many people challenge this by saying that she has not created peace, but to be fair, nobody that won the nobel peace prize did. So you can't take that out against Malala. But at least they had the nerve and were brave enough to try to earn peace and equality in the world. She is totally deserving of that award, no doubt about it.

  • She deserves the award, period!

    If you read her book, I Am Malala, you would perfectly understand why deserves the Nobel Peace Prize. She tells you IN HER PERSPECTIVE all her hardships and how she overcame them. Yes, she got a lot of attention because she was shot, but that is SO NOT the reason she got the award. She spoke for peace and kids' rights to go to school. Many people challenge this by saying that she has not created peace, but to be fair, nobody that won the nobel peace prize did. So you can't take that out against Malala. But at least they had the nerve and were brave enough to try to earn peace and equality in the world. She is totally deserving of that award, no doubt about it.

  • She deserves the award, period!

    If you read her book, I Am Malala, you would perfectly understand why deserves the Nobel Peace Prize. She tells you IN HER PERSPECTIVE all her hardships and how she overcame them. Yes, she got a lot of attention because she was shot, but that is SO NOT the reason she got the award. She spoke for peace and kids' rights to go to school. Many people challenge this by saying that she has not created peace, but to be fair, nobody that won the nobel peace prize did. So you can't take that out against Malala. But at least they had the nerve and were brave enough to try to earn peace and equality in the world. She is totally deserving of that award, no doubt about it.

  • She stood up for girls across the world

    Malala not only stood up for girls' rights to education in Pakistan, which has resulted in all children in Pakistan now having access to free education, but she also made speeches that fought oppression against girls' education across the world, raising the issue to an international level and forcing people to accept that the issue was real.

  • Ok she got shot in the face that is not the point

    So she got shot in the face and the media thinks THAT is the reason she won the nobel prize so if Justin Bieber got shot in the face he would win a grammy or if Chris Pratt got shot in the face he would win an oscar NO CHECK THE FACTS PEOPLE

  • Yeah,she does deserve it

    If you had enough courage to do what she did,you can do anything. SHE GOT SHOT IN THE FACE!!!I mean,really,she is helping young girls everywhere to get a chance at an education. Would you dare speak out against (basically) a terrorist group and live to tell the whole world about it?Not many people could do that.

  • Malala is an amazing role model with strong confidence and bravery.

    If you were living under the Taliban's control, would you be brave enough to speak out for education rights? If you were living under the Taliban's control, would you be brave enough to argue with the risk of being killed. Many children don't like to go to school but if you didn't go to school then you wouldn't be able to live out your dreams of being a lawyer or a doctor. I think it is amazing for Malala to do what she did because she not only stood up for herself, she stood up for all of the children that are deprived of education.

  • Why Malala Does deserve the noble peace prize.

    I get all of the people who said no. I get there opinions. But you are most definitely wrong. Yes she gets a lot of attention because she was shot. And yes tons of people are abused and shot and all of that. But would you be able to do what she did? Could you continue to go to school and defy the Taliban. I could bet you wouldn't. Malala had the courage to do that. To stand up to them just to prove women need to be educated. Yes you may read this and be like oh I bet its just some girl Who loves to argue. Well yes I love to argue but only for the right reasons. It's true she needs to fight for all kids not just girls but still the fact that she would do that and write it to bring attention to all of this is amazing. I can bet not one of you people who disagree would be able to do that. She has done amazing things to show everyone they can fight against forces like Taliban. She has inspired so many young girls and boys. There are tons of people who deserve this award but as for Malala she is definitely one of those people. I'm only twelve and I know what she did was heroic and all of these people who disagree are just making me believe in her more.

  • Would you have enough courage to do what she did?

    Imagine you lived in Afghanistan or Pakistan. One day a terrorist group that everybody fears comes and says if you go to school you will be killed. Would you have enough courage to still go to school? Would you risk your life to go to school! And then would you start a blog about what life is like under the Taliban and send it to England!! Would you be brave enough to speak out against them! Would you be brave enough to get DEATH THREATS and still go to school and continue speaking out! And then you and some of her friends get shot on a school bus. Would you still speak out!! If you aren't brave enough to do that you shouldn't be saying she didn't deserve the Nobel Peace Prize

  • There are other better alternatives than her.

    In the same country Pakistan, there was a gentleman, Abdul Sattar Edhi who contributed to the society throughout life. He established free hospitals and free schools, along with his wife. He was honored 'angel of mercy' in his country. Unfortunately, he passed away, no more chance for Nobel Price ;(

  • She should not win because of her religion

    Because she is a Muslim, and Muslims are not peaceful at all just ask trump. They go allah ackbar on innocent people. Islam is not even a religion of peace, if you do not believe me just read the Quran. Giving a Muslim a Nobel Peace Prize is just an oxymoron.

  • Yes she is not the average teenager

    But Nobel did not want this peace prize to go to people for giving motivational speeches. He wanted it to go to people who actually,ly made a difference. And there are so many other people who desrve it more than her. Take Abdul Sattar Edhi. That guy has fed millions and has taken care of thousands of children and homeless people. But no one even nominated him. What she did was indeed courageous but the nobel peace prize is not given to people just beacuse of courage. Check the facts

  • She should not be even considered for the prestigious award. She has been awarded wrongfully and without any proper assessment

    She did nothing for humanity. There are lakhs of activists for girl education around the globe, but nobody cares about them. She was awarded only to "balance" it out with Indian Kailash Satyarthi. After she "won" it, she has turned into a devout Islamist and not even practicing secularism. She has been a shame on humanity and her "award" need to stripped off as soon as possible, if the Nobel committee wants to command some respect. The little kid was just "gifted" with the Big Award and she really never earned it. This is unfortunate on the part of the Nobel committee. Also she is an Islamist supporter and living in London afraid of being attacked again. So, she is not "brave" at all. She is not a role model for any one by any means.

  • What has she done?

    She is poking her nose into political affairs at such age, doesn't that make her a stupid kid. She should go ahead and live where she belong and help those who really need help instead of giving UN directions what to do. Its very painful to see she became a celebrity instead of the big task assigned to her

  • More activists with the better causes without NPPs

    There are other activists way more deserving of the Nobel Peace Prize.
    Like Christopher Yao a guy who has been bringing medical treatment in 32 different countries for 10 years. And for some reason some girl who just inspires people by talking get's one. Malala hasn't built schools or anything to help those 32,000,000 people. Take Christopher the man who has.

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