I Am Malala

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

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Malala does not subscribe to Talib fanaticism. She sees her Islam as being gentle and full of wisdom. She takes her lessons from her father and tries to be a good representative for the Muslim faith. She is frequently depressed about what the Taliban is doing to her faith both in the Swat valley and the rest of the world.