Malala's family was so very tired of fighting that they left their country to find a new home.
Malala was injured and the injury took her to Birmingham, UK ---the threat from the Taliban meant her family needed to be out of Pakistan/away from home for a long while.
The Taliban had shot Malala and her family and were threatening to torture and kill others as well; therefore, Malala and her family fled from their home looking for safety.
Malala had no desire to leave her country and her home but was forced to because of the threats against her and her father.
How her dad/family was going to pay for her hospitalization.
Whether her family had been targeted.
How she was going to be able to hear again and that there was something in her mouth that tasted like wire.
How she would communicate with others.
He was being held captive. He didn't want her to worry about him/wanted her to worry about getting better.
He was laughing with joy that she was ok so his voice sounded bright ---someone had finally allowed him to use their phone so he was able to call and talk with her.
He had been told not to cry when he talked with her. He had been told not to cry so that she wouldn't worry about him/her family so much.
He was in a good mood because she was safe and starting to heal.
The Taliban had shot a child, and they never had before.
Her head had been shaved.
They hadn't listened to her peaceful protests.
She didn't get to throw her shoe at them.
She was there as an advocate for girls' rights.
She was there with a fellow doctor advising Pakistan army doctors on how to seet up a liver-transplant system.
She was serving in the British army.
She went there specifically to help Malala.
The bullet doctor's removed from her brain.
The bloodstained burqa she was wearing when she was shot.
A piece of her skull removed by doctors so her brain could swell.
A letter from U.S. President Barack Obama