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Prince Philip, husband of Queen Elizabeth II, dies aged 99

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Prince Philip, husband of Queen Elizabeth II, dies aged 99

"Prince Philip the tough minded husband of Queen Elizabeth the second has died at the age of ninety nine his marriage both defined and constricted his life placing the irascible tough minded Philip three steps behind the queen in public even if he was the head of the household in private and the dominant figure in raising four children his life spanned nearly a century of European and British history starting with his birth is a member of the Greek royal family in exile and ending with him as the longest serving council temperatures history Philip once credited the queen's amiable cards have pulled a long and happy marriage take it from me the queen has the quality of tolerance in abundance he was known for his occasionally racist and sexist gaffes in one particular comments activist Malala Yousafzai who fought for women's right to an education he mentioned why he thought children go to school establece Philip also headed hundreds of charities and funded programs that help you to school children have challenging outdoor adventures Karen Thomas London

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Malala Yousafzai to produce content for Apple streaming service

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00:46 sec | 2 months ago

Malala Yousafzai to produce content for Apple streaming service

"Nobel peace prize winner. Malala yousafzai is taking her passions to the small screen. the twenty-three-year-old activist will work with apple. To produce dramas comedies children's series documentaries and more that will stream on apple tv plus yussef. Cy told reuters introduce people to new voices and perspectives and she hopes young girls will be inspired by her work already. Use of cy has spent years promoting girls education when she was twelve. She started blogging. The bbc about what it was like to live in pakistan under taliban rule a few years later she was shot in the head by taliban gunmen fortunately she recovered and kept fighting against girls. Oppression at seventeen. She became the youngest nobel peace prize laureate ever. No word yet on when her shows and movies will drop on apple tv plus so stay tuned

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"malala yousafzai" Discussed on The TED Interview

The TED Interview

05:50 min | 10 months ago

"malala yousafzai" Discussed on The TED Interview

"We can keep leaders. Accountable. How can ensure that they stay committed to this? You know one of the. UN Sustainable Development actually to one is focused on quality education for all and then women's equality. The UN hopes that we would achieve this by twenty thirty, which is now just ten years away and curious how you think we can actually do the work making that happen..

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"malala yousafzai" Discussed on The TED Interview

The TED Interview

05:00 min | 10 months ago

"malala yousafzai" Discussed on The TED Interview

"The CEO of Boston Consulting Group Rich Lesser recently sat down with the head of Ted Chris Anderson to talk about the road to recovery and the unique opportunity it presents in the fight against climate change. Stay tuned after the episode to hear a highlight from that conversation. Hello I'm Chris Anderson and welcome to the Ted, interview with the final episode of the season. So I. Think we all could use the dose of courage these days and today's guest has it in spades. In Two thousand twelve Malala Yousafzai was thrust into the global spotlight age fifteen, when the Taliban attacked nearly killed her, because she had criticized the group and their opposition to girls' education. Malala has founded the Malala Fund and travel the world to advocate for girls' rights to education. In twenty fourteen, she became the youngest recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize and in twenty seventeen, the youngest ever U. N. messenger of peace as of the summer. She's also a graduate of Oxford University. Listening to Malala I just I found her seven sparring some moving. This actually the first public interview. She's given in many months. She explains what the pandemic might mean for Girls Education. Safety and health around the world she understood, caused the power of working for change at the local, not only the national level. And she also reveals a bit of her regular self, the young woman who felt the pressure of becoming a global icon at age fifteen, but you can't wait to relax with net flicks. The activist whose role models include very girls she speaks for. My colleague Whitney Pennington Rogers Current Affairs Curator at Ted interviewed. Before a live virtual audience at Ted Two thousand and twenty here is Whitney. I am absolutely thrilled to welcome Malala Yousafzai. Thank you so. An, you know first and foremost. Congratulations on on your graduation. That is amazing. You recently tweeted that there will be lots of sleeping reading and Netflix in your future, and so how's it feel to be finished with college? And what have you been up to these past couple of weeks so honest? Meigs is really long. They were a month long exams and I was just exhausted. I needed a long long break. Right now I am allowing myself to saying that okay. You are allowed to do this for a bit because you need a bit of rest in a bit of break, so so far it's spending time with Family v setting my room because it's still looked like a high school guys room and I was like I'm a graduate now..

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"malala yousafzai" Discussed on The TED Interview

The TED Interview

03:45 min | 10 months ago

"malala yousafzai" Discussed on The TED Interview

"Hello i'm chris. Addison and welcome to the ted interview with the final episode of the season. So i think we all could use the dose of courage these days and today's guest has it in spades in two thousand twelve malala. Yousafzai was thrust into the global spotlight age fifteen when the taliban attacked nearly killed her because she had criticized the group and their opposition to girls' education india since milana has founded the malala fund and travel the world to advocate for girls' rights to education in two thousand fourteen became the youngest recipient ever of the nobel peace prize and in two thousand seventeen. The youngest a you n. Messenger of peace as of this summer. She's also a graduate of oxford university. Listening to malala. I just i found her seven sparring so moving. This is actually the first public interview. She's given in many months. She explains what the pandemic might mean for girls. Education safety and health around the world. She underscores the power of working to change at the local not only the national level and she also reveals a bit of a regular self. The young woman who felt the pressure of becoming a global icon at age fifteen. But you can't wait to relax with net flicks the activist whose role models include the very girls. She speaks for my colleague. Whitney pennington rogers current affairs curator at ted interviewed before a live virtual audience at ted twenty. Twenty here is whitney. I am absolutely thrilled to welcome. Malala yousafzai thank you. It's been so on't and first and foremost congratulations on on your graduation..

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"malala yousafzai" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"malala yousafzai" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Coming up on the real story in the course of the next half hour the lessons from Malala Yousafzai who turned personal adversity into powerful political activism crossing the divide from youth activists to elected politician is it possible to cling on to all that teenage positivity and idealism that's pushing some of today's young people into public life in the first place and how to keep young people opponents of the system that's all to come after summary of news BBC news with straight Macintosh MPs in Britain will vote today on the bill which will take the country out of the European Union at the end of January the prime minister Boris Johnson who let his Conservative Party to a large majority in last week's election says the withdrawal agreement built will secure a new dawn for Britain opposition parties of accused Mister Johnson of abandoning his pre election compromises the Chinese president xi Jen paying has set out his ambitions to develop Macau's international potential to make it a bridge between coaches on a visit mocking twenty years since Macau returned to Chinese rule is to she said it stability demonstrated the success of the one country two systems model the aviation giant Boeing is due to launch its new star Alaina caps seal on unmanned test flight to the international space station in a few hours if successful the United States will be able to use the Croft to send its own astronauts into orbit for the first time since the space shuttle was retired in twenty eleven president trump has said he wants an immediate impeachment trial Mitch McConnell the Republican leader in the US Senate where an impeachment trial would be held this said he's still at an impasse with the Democrats over how to proceed mobile internet services have been restored in the Indian state of Assam ten days after it became the focus of violent protests against a new citizenship little internet services remain suspended in parts of topper dash and cannot take Ethiopia's first satellites been successfully launched into space from China officials say it'll be used to forecast the weather and monitor crops the event was broadcast on state television he he appears deputy prime minister described the launch as a foundation for the country's historic journey to prosperity BBC news you're listening to the real story from the BBC world service with me pull Henley and this week we're looking at youth activism what can young people achieve through campaigning that older people content I'm joined by two such young people days a gauzy who's nineteen she studies history and politics at goldsmith's college London she's an activist with extinction rebellion and she also ran for the European Parliament in the last election and Gino Muhammad is nineteen as well he's a British Somalia campaign of immigrants rights and a trainee with the London advocacy academy not that my other two guests or in any way old please don't take half a million Viney is founder and CEO of that advocacy academy which trains young people in campaigning and Julian viola is with us too she's a post doctoral researcher at imperial college London and she specializes in youth activism earlier in the program we had sixteen year old environmental campaigner Greta ten back and his another teenager who shook the world with her courage and determination in her campaign dear friends on the ninth of October two thousand and twelve the Taliban sharking on the left side of my forehead they showed my friends to they thought that the bullet will silence us are they feigned I know the game the voices the terrorists thought the day would change my hair and start my ambitions but nothing changed in my life except this we S. T. R. and hopelessness died trend Baba encourage was born Malala Yousafzai she was a fifteen year old school people campaigning for girls education in Pakistan when the Taliban fighters shelter at close range in the wake of.

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"malala yousafzai" Discussed on The View

The View

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"malala yousafzai" Discussed on The View

"You also mentioned in your book that your father always taught you to have a voice, and that's unusual. Isn't it? Why do you think your father is a man in that part of the world that is so different? You know, I have met many fathers in the refugee camps as well. And because I'm mentioning this because often we talk about fathers in these developing countries or the so-called poor countries or refugee countries, we think of them as misogynists take people not building in their daughters. But there are many who are challenging the status forward challenging the current mindset in society, and you know, my father he has also written a book about his story called let her fly, and he talks about his own journey in his on struggle. And he says that the first person he came across in the first bus. He had to fight was himself his own mindset. And I think you know, that's what we need to teach men to find themselves and the torture that in the Heddon in my father believed in me because he saw that his on five sisters could not get an education they lost their future. So my father said in when he would have his own daughter. He would allow her to read and write and to be who she wants to be and. He allowed me to speak. He he was a feminist before. He knew the word feminist. How about one of these girls that you write about near book? So I've mentioned many goes stories, you know, from Syria to Iraq to what Malla and to Yemen and one girl that was did has just inspired me. I met her in two thousand fifteen. And she is a refugee from Yemen. And I I'm, you know, just listening to her story of how she overcame that whole struggle from of her journey from Yemen to then I'm going to look for name because I forgot how many. Well, Zeno daily Zane up and Sabrina and her sister, and they have they have gone from one country to another for safety. And her sister is no longer with her. There's they they got separated and just the difficulty when you come to a new country, and you want to you know, to achieve your dreams achieve your goals in your life, and she got four point zero the American.

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"malala yousafzai" Discussed on The View

The View

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"malala yousafzai" Discussed on The View

"On. Yes. Thank you. In the chose very high of what a show. Find any here. Nice to have you with us. Now wanna really sort of remind people of your extraordinary story, you grew up in swat valley Pakistan, had a peaceful life until two thousand eight when the Taliban to govern announced that no girl would be allowed to attend school anymore. You're eleven years old and you start to speak out against this. Now, what gave you the courage to do it? Yes. That was exactly ten years ago when the thought of unannounced the bed on occasion in a sentimental, waking up that morning and thinking that my who was taken away from me. My my dreams were taken away from it was not just not having access to books in classrooms. But just that independence that you want in your life as a woman that is taken away from you. So for me if I wanted to have a future I had to speak out. And that's why I decided to raise my voice and now ten years have been fuss since then. But I've, you know, met many girls around the world, and I wanted to share their stories who have also been through the same situations around the world. So this is a global issue. That's why do you think that the Taliban this case, but it happens in other places in the world. Why men don't want women to be independent to be to get ahead in the world? Why do you think that's true? Well, I'm struggling to understand it. I think fuss -ly they just don't want women to be powerful it on want women to see in the same positions as themselves. They don't want women next to them. And you already see it in the western countries as well women, not been accepted as political leaders is presidents prime ministers and just people find other excuses to justify their opinions, but within their minds within their heart. It's actually just that misogyny just that sexism that they do not believe that women can be leaders. And for the thought of it was cleared was that. If goes getting powered, you know to education than they become leaders, and they have a voice, and they will poke against sexual violence, and they'll talk against early child marriages than they will talk about their rights and their property rights, and you know, their jobs, and they would excuse them. Right. Yeah. And they they lose their power. Yes. And that's something that you know, when I meet these guys in the refugee camps. You know, that's what they want all of the goals right now globally. They have this expiration for education for learning because the guys are aware that that is the only way forward for them. In two thousand twelve you are on your school bus and a gunman came on and and shot you and you survive and you Senate major stronger. How I think when they wanted to silence me that was the gold and they wanted our family to be silent. As while. They wanted other activists as well in our region to be quiet, not speak the truth, and I survived and my voice when even louder not.

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"malala yousafzai" Discussed on The View

The View

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"malala yousafzai" Discussed on The View

"Back twenty twenty presidential. Primary season is getting underway. And Senator Elizabeth Warren is the first female democrat to nounce, she's exploring run, and she's social media to reach out to voters to go. Look. His joining this video. It's great take your from you. Hold on a sec. I'm gonna get me. Byu? My husband Bruce is now in here. Sure. Where joy is that. I don't interpret that as a joke joy thing. She was joking about getting the beer joking. Based on the fact that when George W Bush was running against Al Gore. They said, oh, he's a stiff George W you can have a beer with him. And that's what that's about. That's an Omar. I think George Joe in her announcement to run video, I think that she's kidding. I do I mean if she's not in John needs to talk to her political. Yes. She needs some held a political instincts are way off if that was intended to be a joke. I dunno. I she we've she's been on the show. We've had her a couple times. She does seem she's a hokey person like a hokey personality and many hokey. She's like hokey she's slide a former teacher, right? She's like all my my hokey. You're like a teacher from Brooklyn. She's like a teacher. Yeah. She's I don't know. It seems a very authentic to me. Well, she's very she's a substantive person. Hover magazine five months ago with the headline of front runner for all intents and purposes, five months ago, she was believed to be the person up and coming in the Democratic Party. I don't think anybody really believes that right now. Pulling wise, Geno, we can't trust. All polls, the people like Baidoa work and Cory Booker are ahead of her. We'll be fascinating. And I'm so glad we get to talk about politics on the show today is that because I've been thinking about this all weekend over in two thousand sixteen we learned that the establishment of the Republican party is insignificant voters voted who they wanted for what we're gonna find out going into twenty twenty is if the establishment really has any poll within their party like they did with Hillary or if the vein of Alexandria, okay? Zeo Cortes, the socialist democrat in that vein is going to end up being the nominee. How many? Warren bird. To be listening for them. Let me just say this about of cost CEO Cortez. She just got in on Thursday. She was sworn in. Yes. And she's very opinionated, which we like, we like opinionated women, but it is very very difficult when people make accusations when you you say, you know, the Democrats have have done nothing that they've the establishment of the Democrats have done nothing. And I just want to throw this out to you. John lewis. Oh, yeah. Wasn't sitting still right? Diane Feinstein wasn't sitting still there are a whole bunch of people in the Democratic Party who have been busting their asses to make sure that women get what they need people get within each shouldering get what they need so on you just got in there. And I know you got lots of good ideas. But I would encourage you. To sit still for minute. And learn job. And. You know, and just you know, because there are people in that party who have been working their tails off, they know a lot, and they know we could and you could learn some stuff from them. And I just feel like, you know. You don't have to be born into it. You don't have to know it when you step out. But before you start pooping on people, and what they've done you gotta do something to we'll see has wealth. Well, there is absolutely. Prove yourself. You can't poop on what was going on his shoulders quite a few giants. Yeah. We'll be right back. I'll we have another. What we we have somebody else's? Kamla Harrison's here tomorrow..

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"malala yousafzai" Discussed on The View

The View

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"malala yousafzai" Discussed on The View

"In a TV drama for killing aids. No. So as far as the Golden Globes kickoff, it's the kicks off award season. All the time. The hunt is still on for an Oscar host. And even though Kevin arts as is still valuating, whether you'll do it C N N's, Don lemon says apologies on enough. Take a look we need to talk about how people who may have messed up can become allies as well. Because apologizing and moving on does not make the world a better place where people who are gay or people who are transgender being an ally. Does so Kevin no one is against you no-one said that you should be fired or any of that what they want for. You is to bring light to this to be an ally. So I guess Kevin's jokes were hot topics on Friday, and the movie night school was mistakenly referred to reference and the filmmakers asked us to re this. Statement are filmmaking team worked extremely hard to tell heartfelt comedy about a man with an undiagnosed learning disability and how he overcomes those struggles the only mention of anything or anyone from the LGBTQ community is that one of the characters is revealed to be gay. And she is the reason he overcomes the obstacles we stand in solidarity with the LGBTQ community, and our desire to have three dimensional representation in film and television of all people. So it was the wrong Kevin Hart movie. I referenced the wrong, it's another movie is problematic. Okay. Okay. Get hard. I believe it's the name of it. Right. And I have articles I will tweet if everyone to know about the problematic issues in that movie. Okay. Well, sometimes, you know, we get we started talking about stuff. I'm and you know, it's live TV, and we misrepresent so we took care of it. But I think that the Oscars should have four hosts. And I think Kevin should be one of them. He should not. The only host, but he should be one. I think Melissa McCarthy should be all I Kevin can be a co host. I think that can Kim hung. But did I. I should also be a cohost which would also put him in that arena of being the first Asian American to host the Oscars and he's in one of the big hits of the year. So and then I think they need to find one other person and that should be fine. You know, his everybody. Listen, we all have stuff in our acts that we have done that are backfired and kicked our butts is just the way it is. But if you're the person that has been commented on it doesn't sit well with you. I get why people are upset, but I do think that there should be four. And maybe they'll they'll get together and do that because host announced yet for now. There's no one. Announced and they ever done for hosts and they've done four to eight nine twelve seventy five. Very much like this show. We'll be right back..

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"malala yousafzai" Discussed on The View

The View

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"malala yousafzai" Discussed on The View

"We are really strong women people to hear what women have to say. And that's us. That's what makes the show so good. We will back you up. We will stand with you. Anybody who's anybody who wants to make it to the next level in politics has to come on this show. I feel like there's no better time to be on a show. Like this to stand up for those things that you believe in. It is up to all of us to continue the conversation. Do you wanna do? I'll see you on the few. So you want on the you on the view? That. Ahead. The youngest Nobel peace prize winner ever Malala Yousafzai on why President Trump ignore immigrants running for their lives to America and new year. New you deal. I thought it might be nice. If we gave you an idea of actually who might have won something Golden Globes. So Glenn Close won best actress for drama the wife Christian bale best actor in a comedy for vice bohemian rhapsody won best drama O Rami Malik run best actor drama green. Book won three awards. Best musical comedy best director and Sheila Ali for best supporting actor a stars born to best song. Carol Burnett won the first ever Carol Burnett. Oh, won best actress.

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"malala yousafzai" Discussed on The View

The View

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"malala yousafzai" Discussed on The View

"And lives their dreams that gives me so much film and her mom raised Glenn Close. I mean, how incredible. It is an accomplishment of itself. But, but it is hard for a lot of women to look back and know that they couldn't they couldn't make the move forward. Because everything was pushing them to do what was expected of them. And we're lucky enough to have that our kids can see that we're pushing through but for all those women who didn't have that opportunity. This is this is the bitch of life that every every group changes things a little bit. And so it isn't as much as the folks who came before would've liked it to be so that they could catch up. But it this is what happens. This is what we do is send so much. So that we could do that we now that here and colder. That all the tune in Porto were there, any fashion. Standouts? I do watch the Golden Globes for the horns. I enjoy that. And several things stood out for me. I did not win for the Golden Globe. But I felt that she did win for the night in terms of her fast. And I really love the dress that she wore and if a little monsters. Ballantyne. Oh, it's couture by Valentino. I don't know that. I love Lou hair. I felt like it looked a little like the character from inside out address L Majd, Judy Garland in stars. Right. So I I love that is the draft. It's no Majd say I saw video of Halle Berry. Julia Roberts and Charlene's Theran altogether. They're all over fifty. And they were killing if they looked so beautiful. I just turned fifty. I go out. Okay. If this is what fifty looks like I'm here for it. Halle Berry was in a burgundy gown by Murad beautiful. Julia roberts. I've bought also won the night. She wearing Stella McCartney. I know Abby that was one of your favorites. Fina whites. Also, how you wear it. The most confident her smile just the room. Just open jump where address and how you wear a nutcase this uncle me, just gorgeous. And then Charlie's thereon in Dior means she just looked so statue. I think she's almost six feet tall. So, you know, she just looks like a statue. Which is absolutely gorgeous and Halley's Halley just goof and just fabulous. And then the men, oh, I was gonna say shadow to Sandra. Oh, by the way to Yahoo. Just there was a month with her parents that I thought was so special. She was the first Asian-American to host the Golden Globes. Yeah. An award show there. And she was actually born in Ottawa Canada. I believe but just what a special. Child. And I think we should just give a quick shout out to the men, Cody fern, he had I think this jumpsuit on that was just crazy crazy and drowsiness and a main thing and Ben Billy porter. I mean, come on..

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"malala yousafzai" Discussed on The View

The View

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"malala yousafzai" Discussed on The View

"Fabulous shoes extraordinary woman. You know? She's she's started this organization called bring change to mind to get folks talking about mental illness. I mean, Glenn is one of those people who sees something needs to be done. And she goes, and she does it. She's I love her. I love I love how authentic or speech was because a lot of people write down the names that are one. They wanna thank everyone has their own style. But you could tell how shocked she was at first then she gets up there. And the words just sort of came out. It was like that's just what she was feeling and she's over seventy and it had such a career for herself. What she said was so true in the women the audience that were crying and nodding their head with everything. She said there was a lot of, you know, people criticize the fact the league Gaga didn't win Meghan of your thoughts on that. But being able to hear her speak. God meant so much. Sure what had been going to say. I love close as well. I mean, she's acting icon. I was pissed lady Gaga didn't win. And I'm stifling fit stars worn got robbed all the way around. I loved the movie and love lady Gaga. The love Bradley Cooper. I think they're amazing actors, and I hope the Oscars give them give them do at. I I love Glenn coach, I'm not this is no shade at her. I just was you know, we refer our teams. She wanted to win best song what she said was very important. I think because so I looked up something because call young the great psychologist. His quote was nothing has a strongly influence on the child then the unlit life of apparent. Wow. Yeah. That's a pretty heavy thing. And that's what she's talking about. And you know, when when the women in our lives are not following their dreams as she says. And just doing what's expected and the usual without the follow as far as perfectly great to raise children have a life with the husband or whatever and family, but it's also important to have the thing that your bliss as they call it. And when you don't have that it it affects the children, I think they see an unhappy. Mothers are sort of unhappy. I don't know about yours. I'm talking about my generation, the only thing I value that the movie that she one four the wife is about a woman whose husband follows her husband and lives a life of a dream unfulfilled recommend seeing the only thing I would say. Though is now having gone through it myself as mom knowing that my own child lives, a good life.

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"malala yousafzai" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"malala yousafzai" Discussed on Fresh Air

"So you the target of a conspiracy theory, and that's one of the reasons why you made this three part series about conspiracy theories and fake news. You were living and reporting from Pakistan at the time, what was the conspiracy theory about you. So when I lived in Pakistan in two thousand ten I made a documentary about Malala Yousafzai, it was some of the first public reporting about her ever when she was still a schoolgirl. This is before the attempted assassination, and she was an activist. That was a local activist who was standing up to the Taliban, which at the time were bombing many schools for girls, and I made a film about Malala. And then after she was shot, which was three years later. A lot of these conspiracy theories started popping up that I was a CIA spy and that I had found her and staged her activism. As a way to stand up to the Taliban, and as a way to demean Islam, and this conspiracy theory really took off and all sorts of press in Pakistan and all sorts of websites and even national TV stations started reporting on this conspiracy and even several years after that again one night when I was living in Europe, my Twitter account started blowing up and one of the most popular TV talk show host in the country. Had started a second disinformation campaign, and he claimed that I was one of the terrorist bombers that had blown up the school in Peshawar where dozens of school kids lost their lives, and he showed an image of one of the dead terrorists. And then showed an image next to it. That was a photo of myself and both of us had white skin and blue eyes and the terror. I was from a certain tribe there that has light is the Afridi tribe, and he claimed that I was one of the attackers. And that I was dead, and I was getting hundreds if not thousands of messages and being tagged on Twitter of people asking if I was alive or not. And why I took the lives of these school kids. Why target you like that? I mean, clearly d- doctor you were being hated for documenting a girl who was an activist on behalf of education for girls in Pakistan. So I make it seem like you're blowing up at school. I mean, it's the opposite of what you would do. I think anti-american conspiracies and Pakistan are mainstream. They're not fringe whatsoever. And anytime that there is chaos internal chaos in the country such as the terrorism threat that they've suffered from since nine eleven there is a sort of impulse to blame external factors or external enemies. And when you have a terrorist problem that is killing kids at an alarming rate and blowing up schools for girls, creating a disinformation campaign that this is the plot of a foreign country is a tactic. That can convince the local population the Pakistani public that this is not our problem. This is the problem of other people who don't like us, and this is part of a much broader. I mean, I was the victim of a much broader disinformation campaign that blames the US for all sorts of internal factors and earlier we talked about a kernel of truth. And of course, the kernel of truth here is that the US has medaled and interfered in Pakistan since its inception in nineteen forty seven. And we have a long history include including a nutso pleasant history in the nineteen eighties of propping up some of these terrorist groups, so they lean on that kernel of truth in order to add credibility to the more recent disinformation campaigns, including the one about myself and other American officials. Who are meddling who are meddling in the country today or so these conspiracy theories claim and they really stick. I mean, they go mainstream and after this after this report came out, I received a death threat through a statement that al-qaeda put out and that was circulated in one of the local language newspapers. In the city of push our? Mean these things are really serious..

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"malala yousafzai" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"malala yousafzai" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Time because i get distracted by my find we'll hear about a new report that describes social media addiction among children as a serious public health issue and we'll be going fishing with the partner of new zealand's prime minister title for the for the partner of a pm in new zealand so it's been a slightly unusual there's no real official role i don't really have a choice so i kinda just roll with that that's coming up in just under twenty minutes time but i main story today is those reports coming from the afghan defense ministry in fact that the leader of the pakistani taliban has been killed in an american drone strike he's mullah fazal lula a preacher originally from swat in pakistan who raised to become the leader some five years ago but his name came to global prominence in late twenty twelve after one particularly callous attempted murder malala yousafzai salva you're supposed to what was happening her smelly user side was going home from school in the school bus stop the bus one of them had a pistol and he stepped into the vehicle and asked who is malala yousafzai the girls told him and shelter that was october twenty two hour malala yousafzai then a fifteen year old schoolgirl campaign for girls' education were shot in the head by taliban hitman that murder attempt was widely thought to have been ordered by mullah fazlullah well let's go live to pakistan and talk to the bbc's correspondent lesser couldn't a commodity reports in the past of moolah first lola's death can we be sure this time that he has been killed yes you're right there have been reports that have turned out to be wrong in the paul awesome this occasion though does seem increasingly certain that he has been killed us military of fish on the record all they would say is that there's been a strike on a senior terrorist figure which took place on wednesday in in coon on eastern afghanistan bordering pakistan but as you say a spokesman for.

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Trump considers posthumous pardon of boxer Jack Johnson after call from Sylvester Stallone

News, Traffic and Weather

02:00 min | 3 years ago

Trump considers posthumous pardon of boxer Jack Johnson after call from Sylvester Stallone

"Now dot info crews now dot info president trump tweets he's considering a pardon for jack johnson after hearing his story from sylvester stallone abc's brian clark with more on johnson who died in nineteen fortysix first black world heavyweight boxing champion jack johnson was one of the first superstar athletes of the twentieth century it was known for living large and was married three times to three white women johnson was charged with violating the man act for his relationship with his second wife that law prohibits transporting a woman across state lines for immoral purposes it's designed to inhibit prostitution but johnson was convicted by an all white jury in a verdict viewed by many as racially prejudiced it's been a year in prison senator john mccain's leading advocate of a posthumous pardon for johnson brian clark abc news a controversial former nfl quarterback recognized with an award from an international human rights organisation saturday here's abc's dave packer amnesty international giving former nfl quarterback colin kaepernick it's embassador of conscience award for his take any protests of racial injustice that launched a sports movement and might have cost him his job in its acceptance speech at amsterdam cabinet calling police killings of blacks and latinos in the united states lawful lynchings adding radicalized oppression and dehumanisation is woven into the very fabric of our nation previous recipients of the award include south africa's nelson mandela and young women's education advocate malala yousafzai this is abc news komo aaa traffic and talked willow state patrol working your car bus accident northbound i five to one hundred eighty at that is blocking and of course this weekend it's the revive i five construction project two lanes coming into northbound seattle from the south side where we do have ramp closure some i ninety two cherry street right now still some heavy traffic northbound into the city and in pierce county state route eight n shaker church motorcar ditch accident police have set up a perimeter around the area to search for the occupant your next report at ten.

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Colin Kaepernick, NFL quarterback, honored by Amnesty International for inequality protests

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:22 min | 3 years ago

Colin Kaepernick, NFL quarterback, honored by Amnesty International for inequality protests

"News time coming up on five thirty nine an nfl star whose career was sidelined for the way he advocated for better race relations in america is being honored by a leading human rights organization amnesty international giving former nfl quarterback colin kaepernick it's embassador of conscience award for his take any protests of racial injustice that launched a sports movement and might have cost him his job in acceptance speech at amsterdam kapernick calling police killings of blacks and latinos in the united states lawful lynchings adding radicalized depression and dehumanisation is woven into the very fabric of our nation previous recipients of the award include south africa's nelson mandela and young women's education advocate malala yousafzai dave packer abc news program donald trump celebrates nearly two hundred fifty years of us french relations by hosting president emmanuel macron at white house state dinner tuesday the festivities begin monday when the president and the first lady and macron and his wife dine at mount vernon george washington's home along potomac river in virginia tuesday morning the president will formally welcome at role during an elaborate ceremony on the white house south lawn mr trump is the first president in nearly one hundred years to end his first year in office without receiving a foreign leader on a state visit an actress on the tv show smallville about a young superman pleads not guilty to sex trafficking charges wcbs correspondent mike smells reports that allison mack is accused of recruiting women into a self help group and were then forced to have sex with its leader keith ranieri remarry allegedly with the help of mac would handpick women to be a part of a special group that would get direct teachings from rene the admission for getting in was to handover sensitive information about themselves including nude photographs and the rights to their assets prosecutors say those women then ended up as rainier personal sex slaves branded with his initials on their hip mac would allegedly received some type of financial benefit for recruiting the women mack entered her plea in brooklyn federal court a hearing is scheduled for monday wbz news time is five forty one that means it's time for sports with charlie bursar on from the get dot com sports studio good afternoon bill bruins.

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Everything We Know So Far About Tiangong-1's Crash to Earth

02:20 min | 3 years ago

Everything We Know So Far About Tiangong-1's Crash to Earth

"For a new travel destination you may want to think about saudi arabia the kingdom this week will start issuing tourist visas for the first time and npr's shacking northern reports from tehran in eastern saudi arabia saudi arabia may have to work a bit on its reputation as a fun tourist destination it's an ultra conservative kingdom abayas the black baggy floorlength gowns are no longer compulsory but it's extremely rare to see a woman not wearing one in public alcohol is banned as was music and theater until recently and female tourists under twenty five must be accompanied by a chaperone but there are some archaeological treasures in the kingdom and the government plans to build resorts on small islands in the red sea building tourism industry is part of the government's effort to diversify saudi arabia's economy and provide jobs jackie northam npr news dhahran saudi arabia wall street's reopening after the good friday holiday with word from china on tariffs beijing announcing today that it's raising import duties on us meat and produce in response to president trump's hikes on steel and aluminum this is npr news the nobel peace prize winner malala yousafzai has left pakistan she and her family boarded a flight bound for london today after a four day visit her first since of taliban gunman nearly killed her in two thousand twelve she was shot in the head for advocating education for girls a chinese space station has re entered earth's atmosphere most of it was destroyed upon re entry with its remaining pieces scattered over the south pacific as npr's rob schmitz reports the united states joint for space component command reports that the tango one station reentered earth's atmosphere northwest of tahiti at around five sixteen sunday afternoon pacific time the chinese government lost control of the spacecraft a couple of years ago providing drama in the past few weeks has it became clear the school bus size station would soon hurdled earth on its own chinawatch tianwan translated his heavenly palace in twenty eleven to cruise of chinese astronauts visited it in march of two thousand sixteen china's government announced that communications with the space station had ended but did not provide details a second station the tangle to remains operating in orbit rob schmitz npr news shanghai there is new information about a deadly crash in northern california authorities say the data recovered from the wreckage of the.

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Fox's Ingraham taking vacation as advertisers flee amid controversy

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01:28 min | 3 years ago

Fox's Ingraham taking vacation as advertisers flee amid controversy

"Host says she's taking a vacation this week as advertisers flee her show because of a twitter war with a parkland shooting survivor fox news anchor laura ingram earlier this week tweety david hogg rejected by four colleges to which he applied and winds about hog fired back asking his nearly six hundred fifty thousand followers on twitter to boycott ingram's top advertisers the list of companies pulling as now includes big names like expedia hulu nestle and johnson and johnson ingrams issued an apology to hog sane in a spirit of holy week i apologize for any upset or hurt my tweet caused him or any of the brave victims of parkland abc's kenneth moten malala yousafzai arrived in her hometown in pakistan today for the first time since being shot by the taliban in two thousand twelve this is abc news okay more americans turn first in the morning a start their day go on tell them robin warning america short good morning america laura good morning america take them robin let's settle good in your morning with abc's good morning welcome this shot girls on mytalk one zero seven one i'm elliot caplin with my mom harmony and hope is here to hire everybody wow i'm so.

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IS 'Beatles' say removal of British citizenship harms chances of fair trial

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01:27 min | 3 years ago

IS 'Beatles' say removal of British citizenship harms chances of fair trial

"Brought to you by south coast tax two alleged members of an isis terrorist cell complaining they can't get a fair trial abc's mark remillard reports the terror cell nicknamed the beatles for four british nationals who traveled to syria and would become internationally known for gruesome beheading videos in which they're british accents could be heard this is james right forty earlier this year the last two alleged members were captured and now say because britain revoked their citizenship they can't get a fair trial diane foley the mother of james foley who was beheaded by the group tells the ap she wants to see justice served in open court eight deserve to be held in solitary confinement for the rest of their lives the bbc says the us and uk or discussing what to do with the men mark remillard abc news said very from that huge chinese space station could reach earth this weekend abc's with johnson explains the unknown chinese components only adding to the mystery most of the space station expected to burn up in the sky still debris could land over parts of the us from northern california to new york the odds of getting hit by piece of falling space junk experts say one in a trillion now the space station is projected to reenter the earth's atmosphere on sunday morning pakistan's nobel peace prize winner malala yousafzai has arrived in her hometown of mingora for the first time since the taliban militants shot her there in two thousand twelve for advocating girls' education security visibly beefed up in the town this is abc.

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Pakistan, President and Cleveland discussed on Washington Today

Washington Today

02:12 min | 3 years ago

Pakistan, President and Cleveland discussed on Washington Today

"Twelve thousand last week to two hundred fifteen thousand its lowest level in forty five years and two thousand fourteen nobel peace prizewinner malala yousafzai return today to her native pakistan for the first time since she was shot there in two thousand twelve by militants in the swat region angered at her championing of education for girls president donald trump today headed to richfield ohio south of cleveland to speak with union trainees and tout his infrastructure plan in wide ranging remarks on a number of topics the president address yesterday sudden firing of veterans administration secretary david schulkin saying he wasn't happy with the speed of how vets were being taken care of we're going to have real choice that's why i made some changes because i wasn't happy with the speed with which our veterans were taken care of i wasn't happy with and we made a lot of progress the accountability act for years ever trying to get it for decades every tried to get v a accountability when somebody does a bad job in the veterans administration they couldn't do anything about it they were protected you could do anything they had status that treated our vets horribly horribly worse than a movie they had people that wouldn't work you couldn't do anything i had passed the va accountability accountable the accountability at a now when they're bad to our vets or when they're not working for our vets we say a gym you fire get outta here jim get out get out that was a big deal that was a big deal no accountability we got that passed nobody talks about it they don't talk about it they don't want to talk about but i'm doing that for the vets and we made changes because we want them taking care of we want them to have choice so that they can run to a private doctor and take care of it and it's gonna get done.

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"malala yousafzai" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"malala yousafzai" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Good morning i'm deb lawler top stories now a house fire in wareham overnight the fire is out at the home on restful lane but one person remains unaccounted for lefty chris sale will take the mom this afternoon as red sox kick off the two thousand eighteen campaign against the tampa bay rays the socks go into the season hot winning fourteen of their last fifteen spring training games and north hampton resident and democratic activists chelsea klein says she is running for the state senate seat that stan rosenberg is held since nineteen ninetyone rosenberg recently stepped down as senate president after sexual misconduct allegations were levied against his husband and other news nobel peace prize winner malala yousafzai has returned to her native pakistan cbs's amurri green has details on her incredible story allah arrived under heavy security she met with her parents and is meeting with the prime minister today when she was fourteen she was shot in the head by taliban gunmen while promoting girls education she has since won a nobel peace prize and is now a twenty year old university students yourself cy is committed to the promotion of girl's education through the malala fund which focuses on regions where many girls miss out on secondary education the us mexican governments are teaming up to go after drug smugglers the combined maritime operation which also includes colombia is scheduled to start this weekend marks a new level of cooperation between mexico and the us despite political tensions over president trump's stand on immigration the operation will start off the coast of south america where the flow of drugs is.

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"malala yousafzai" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"malala yousafzai" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"And k two five nine aj or surveillance abuse i'm chris foster fox news there's going to be an internal look at the justice department at warrants obtained to keep tabs on a trump campaign aide before the election at the white house here's fox's john decker following a request from congress and attorney general jeff sessions the justice department's inspector general said that he will review potential foreign intelligence surveillance act abuses by both the doj and the fbi according to a statement the review will examine compliance with legal requirements filed with the foreign intelligence surveillance court and we'll also review information that was known to the doj and the fbi at the tiny applications were filed a memo authored by house republicans criticize how the fbi obtained defies award to monitor carter page of foreign policy adviser to the trump campaign chris john thanks he had this to say about president trump after his physical in january has incredible he has incredible jeans i just assume and now if confirmed navy doctor admiral ronnie jackson will be the new secretary of veterans affairs president trump's fired secretary david schulkin he'd been criticized for high travel expenses and the watchdog report found a lack of leadership and complacency of the agency a girl shot as a teenager for encouraging girls to go to school is back in her home country for the first time since here's boxes simon owen grace more than five years after malala yousafzai was shot in the head by the taliban supporting girls' education the twenty year old returning to pakistan speaking out the pakistani prime minister's office she cried as she described leaving the country after the attack she said how visitors to continue her education campaign work since the shooting use of cy has won the nobel peace prize founded a charity addressed the un and is now a college in england chris simon a man's arrested in france accused of shouting death threats and then trying to run over soldiers out jogging this morning fox news fair and balanced klbj news time is now seven oh two i'm mark caesar this update is brought to you by apple leasing drug enforcement agent will glaspy says eighteen people have been busted for operating a major drug ring out.

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"malala yousafzai" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"malala yousafzai" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The white house doctor to take over the position ronnie jackson is not one of the names it's been whispered in recent weeks as a possible replacement is va secretary the white house physician and navy admiral is not a regular on cable tv where the president seems to do much of his recruiting jackson's most famous tv appearance was a white house briefing in january where he read out the results of trump's recent physical he pronounced the president in good health but said trump could stand to lose some weight as secretary jackson will be responsible for the health care of some nine million veterans it'd be a big jump in scale and scope for the west texas native who specializes in emergency medicine before coming to the white house jackson server the navy bomb disposal unit and instructed an underwater salvage team scott horsely npr news the white house the world's youngest nobel laureate malala yousafzai arrived in her native pakistan today her first visit there since taliban militants shot her in the head more than five five years ago yousef sei met with the pakistani prime minister today and addressed activists for women and education not just giving volks in building a school i think thinking critically thinking of sustainable ways in invest in invest in things that'd be really important taliban militants targeted yussef cy when she was a fifteen year old advocate for girls education in pakistan she left the country for treatment and hasn't been back since of size says she'll continue her campaign for girls' education in pakistan in venezuela families are still desperate for information about loved ones after a fire tore through prison cells at a police station in valencia the fire broke out wednesday morning but authorities didn't begin issuing any information until last night officials now say sixty eight people are dead early reports say the fire broke out.

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Britain's Johnson says Russia underestimated global response to nerve attack

02:00 min | 3 years ago

Britain's Johnson says Russia underestimated global response to nerve attack

"Chief of staff john kelly is said to have lost some of his cloud following recent missteps it was not at president trump's side for reason crucial decisions that's according to several senior raines uk foreign secretary boris johnson says that russia underestimated what the global response would be to the nerve agent attack on a russian spy in england london blames the attack on moscow dozens of countries have acted against russia including the us johnson spoke to embassador in london yesterday is a thick station and provocation have worn collective patients the breaking point and went across the world across three continents countries who are willing to say enough is enough russia denies responsibility for the attacks for the first time since she was attacked by the taliban twenty year old malala yousafzai returned today to pakistan the nobel peace prize winner was shot in twenty twelve for advocating the rights of girls global news twenty four hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm michael barr this is bloomberg john michael thank you coming up on six thirty six on wall street time now for the bloomberg nbc sports update here's john stashower john we last saw the yankees at least in meaningful baseball they were in the american league pennant much has changed since then joe girardi no longer the manager replaced by aaron boone and in the biggest move of mlb's off season the yankees editor jean carlos stanton all he did last season in miami was hit fifty nine home runs and win l heal face pressure to produce like that in new york you don't worry about the negativity you don't worry about what if i do this what if this guy throws me this what if i have a bad series here all those what ifs are basically concrete you know you gotta have positive mindset in and to know doesn't matter what he's doing the fi five done my homework if i've done preparation big i self they'll be timed you don't worry about that stand it'll be the d h is.

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Venezuela AG says 68 dead after riot, fire at police station

BBC World Service

02:20 min | 3 years ago

Venezuela AG says 68 dead after riot, fire at police station

"Bbc news with justin green sixty eight people have died in venezuela following a fire under riot at a police station and the city of valencia reports say the high number of those killed was most likely due to a fire which started after inmates ignited mattresses as they tried to break out a lawyer for the kenyan opposition medina guna says his client was dragged an injured when he was deported to buy the lawyer cliff i'm beta said a team of lawyers had gone to nairobi airport where guna was being held to serve court papers on the police ordering his release but mr and betas that they were also attacked the nobel peace prize winner malala yousafzai has returned to pakistan for the first time since being shot by taliban militants nearly six years ago malala who's now age twenty was shot in the head by gunman for campaigning for female education the south korean news agency says president moon jaein will meet the north korean leader kim jong un on april the twenty seventh the date was announced after officials from north and south korea held talks about the summit in the border village of pamunjom president trump has sacked his veteran affairs secretary david schulkin he's nominated the white house physician rear admiral ronnie jackson to the post british prime minister is touring the united kingdom on thursday tomorrow the one year run up to britain's official departure from the european union theresa may's expected to talk to be amount her vision of unity free trade and future economic prosperity the country remains deeply divided about the referendum result a chief sponsor of crooked australia has ended its contract because of the ball tampering scandal the fund manager mcgowan said recent events inconsistent with the company's values the sporting goods from act terminated its relationship with david warner and cameron bancroft two of the players involved bbc news you're listening to the thought show on the bbc world service i'm jordan dunbar and i'm newsy mcneil coming up as machines merge into our lives in ever more intimate ways how do we know the technology recreating is going to do the right thing but before that here's kit lomborg.

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"malala yousafzai" Discussed on Pick the Brain

Pick the Brain

05:58 min | 3 years ago

"malala yousafzai" Discussed on Pick the Brain

"Have, you know, I like the plot, my balcony on a weekly basis. So. when it's appropriate, usually has now hit the but judging aside though it's. You know, I spent a tremendous amount of time put my kind of heart and soul into this book in was very caught up in getting it done And and and living in the moment while I'm doing it and now it's done and it's about to go on sale at I'm kind of like, Oh my God be, this sucks. Who's going to buy this? Who would want to care about parts of my life story this, you know? And so those fears It's unbelievable. I mean, even for somebody like me, those fears are immediately. I mean, not immediately there. They're growing as the as the due date as the launch take Is upon us upon me and the voices get louder and louder, So it's it's unbelievable. You can take somebody that has a lot of innate confidence like I do and still the you know, insecurities in the fears are there And I so I need to work on luck Of course. Uh, the at the goal is one of the goals is to sell a lot of the a copies of these of this book. But I've already complex the biggest goal which is finishing and writing. In my opinion. An incredible buck. Something that I've spent a tremendous amount of time on It was very difficult to do. And I've must be proud of myself for just doing that, You know. So it's finding the positive, finding the, The other points of strength when there are, you know, you start to when I start to get feel nervous or scared that the you know, this isn't going to be a success after myself. It already is a success. You know, so. So and so that's kind of what I'm struggling with Right now. Having said that police by the Buck. Well, I have I have read the book. Um, I I was I was lucky enough to get a very early, uh, special special copy, and you did an amazing job with it. And I'm not just saying that I'm not This is not because we're friends or universalroof not It actually is a really, really well done book. If, if you know we I want to be realistic if, for whatever reason you're of your fear happens And you don't sell as many copies of the book as you were hoping. It's not going to be because of the quality of the book. That's for sure. So I think that's one thing that you can kind of a rest your restaurant had on the Khuff It doesn't sell it's because of the marketing planned in work or people just didn't understand it or they didn't have an easy way to get to it or whatever but it's not going to be because of the quality of the book. Book was excellent. All angst, chair number one fan head number Ogbeha But uh, but I do need to do need to say we are we're talking. So you, you mentioned a fear that you have of obviously got fears that, uh, I've dealt with in the past Center. And are always dealing with on a constant basis, because if you're doing anything that matters to you, You're going to be experiencing some level of fear. At some point, If you're not feeling any fear ever in your life, I would say that you may not be pushing yourself enough. At serious or you are a robot, will her You're a robot yet. I mean, they're lease check that you have a Paulsen Exactly. I mean it's it's important. It's important for us to be stretching ourselves to the extent to where we do put ourselves in situations where we have to face our fears. You know, I mean, if you're if you're just doing the same thing every single day you not really in and nothing is ever challenging you than it's very difficult to find growth in that. Yet to that end, I'm just gonna say fear is not always a bad thing. Rare is a great motivator at great nearer to check in with your cell fix, exactly like T R point. If you're not feeling scared ever will, then you really need to take a hard look at what you're doing. Because some of life's greatest moments come out of fear, Right? And there are different levels of fear also. You know, we can be afraid. We can find ourselves being afraid about having conversations with some one in our lives that are difficult conversations. But in. In the grand scheme of things, It's not really that big of a deal. And then there, you know, push it to the other end of the spectrum. There are people who fear things that are life threatening. You know things where people can actually die from it. So I want to make sure that we bring in a perspective from someone that I admire and Anam air, and I know you admire hers as well. Someone who faced one of the worst fears You can ever face, which is the fear death. And she was forced to face it because she was nearly killed. So we're gonna hear from Malala Yousafzai ends Malala was a teenage, a Pakistani activist. She was writing about the gender-discrimination that she was seeing happened in her town. Uh, in Pakistan where they were saying that women didn't deserve the right to an education. And she was actively speaking out against this. And. The Taliban Center, multiple death threats. She continued to speak out And they eventually shot her, uh, along with one of her friends because of what she was standing for. And the Dutch she was dead. I mean, they shot her in the head in to count the shot that killed at thought she was dead. I mean, that was the plan that was to kill her to silence the voice. And luckily Malala survived and not only as you'll hear did that, uh, not stop her. It actually It it fuelled her even more She faced, She faced a fear that none of us may be have ever ever faced before, even though it nearly killed her. And let's hear from Malala in the milk on a circle back at the end of this conversation, Talk about a bit more.

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