I Am Malala

Malala describes herself as someone who belongs to many communities and assumes different identities. How does membership in being a Pashtun influence her life?

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Malala cherishes the Pashtun traditions of hospitality and community. She likes how people care about each other's children and how a deep sense of culture guides the Pashtun way of life. Malala points out that the Pashtun's are a proud peace loving people. It is only the treachery of the Taliban that has pitted neighbor against neighbor and created a general sense of anxiety in the community.