Malala makes it to Bazaar’s 150 Visionary Women list

Source: Dawn

Harper’s Bazaar UK commemorated its 150th anniversary year with a list “celebrating the most influential female leaders in the UK.”

And guess what? Malala Yousafzai’s on it.

The magazine’s Bazaar 150 Visionary Women list calls these women “forward-thinking, high-achieving and inspirational role models to women everywhere,” and there’s little doubt that Malala has earned her spot on it.

The youngest Nobel Peace Prize laureate has been honoured for playing an active role towards female education in Pakistan and opening a school for Syrian refugee girls in Lebanon. Listed under the ‘Opinion Formers’ category, Malala joins the likes of Amal Clooney, Emma Watson and J.K. Rowling.

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  1. She is angel and a gift from Allah. She is extraordinary girl.
    She deserve a Nobel Peace Prize. Allah really need her to convey Allah words, and to defeat Taliban, ISIS, Al Qaida who want to implement the ancient Islsmic law, where Girl cannot go to school, except Islamic Madrasah. Her mother used to wear burqa, forbid to shake hand with male etc

    I am worry, Ahmadiyyah still implement the ancient Islamic laws even Ahmadiyyah have lived in advance countries. Ahmadiyyah women who live in Pakistan wear burga too. Ahmadiyyah male and female sit seperately— right?

    With love❤️

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