Her mother's worry and fretting told her
She knew the reporter from Alaska had shared something with her dad
Her dad learned it from a reporter from Alaska and then sadly shared the news with her
The Talib walked up and shot her in the head
She got very frightened, screamed and asked where she could hide.
She said she would throw a shoe at them if they came for her
She closed the computer and never looked at the words (threat) again, and remained calm
She called the Talib up and asked for forgiveness/to get her name removed from their taqrgeted list.
He despised the Taliban
He was more afraid of something happening to his daughter whom he adored, then something happening to himself.
He was more afraid of something happening to himself than of something happening to anyone else.
He was ready to send Malala to boarding school to get her away from the Taliban.
They were holding a secret school
Her mom was learning to read
Her dad had gotten more students in his girls' school.
It was finally spring and Malala loved spring!
She was concerned about her own risk to/with the Taliban
She was so busy traveling and giving speeches that others were able to rise above her in regards to assignments, place in class, etc.
She had gotten injured and was unable to think as well so other girls were rising above her in ranks at school
Malala decided to help her mom with her studies and in so doing, she - herself - got behind, but that was ok with her for she wanted to help her mom!
The Taliban said it was an illegal place and that it needed to be blown up immediately.
The Taliban threatened to blow it up because it was a girls' school.
The Taliban's influence was apparent through people's fear and reaction(s).
The Taliban's influence was apparent through a letter that was given out telling lies about a field trip.
He was thankful it was not Malala
He was thankful it was not himself
He fell to his knees, cried, and said "Allah be with him!!!" Then he rushed with the rest of his family to the hospital to learn about his friend's condition.
He fell to his knees and said, "We were both on the list." Then Malala's dad said that people had been wondering who would be first!!