A voice coming from the radio with lots of guidance and encouragement
His name was Fazlullah, and he used scare tactics and propaganda to try to coerce (force) the people to do what he wanted them to do.
The prime minister who wanted to allow the people to have their own thoughts and ideas/ideals.
The Taliban who wanted to have full control and only allow women to dress and be the way they wanted them to be.
The Pakistani Army
Television and movies
Western clothing and hairstyles
Girls being educated
All of the above
Hatred is not the Islamic Way!
Support the Taliban!
Women Not Allowed!
Give Way to Justice
Malala's best friend
Someone who was hoping for the best where Malala was concerned
A leader of the Taliban
First female Prime Minister of Pakistan
He gave a huge important speech at the UN
He responded via a letter in the newspaper wherein he told them they could kill him, but please not to kill his schoolchildren.
He called them on the phone and attempted to discuss the situation(s)
He simply ignored them and continued to run his school as usual
Her father receiving the letter that was a threat from the Taliban ~ if her daddy (who she saw as 'small potatoes' could be threatened, then anyone could!
The burning of other schools ~~ if the Taliban would burn other schools then no school, or the people in it was safe!
The death of Benazir Bhutto ---because until that point the Taliban had not attacked a woman, and if they would attack her/they could/would kill anyone!!!
The fact that the Taliban was flogging women in the streets for really no reason ~ this mean that no one was protected!
Soldiers bombing the mountain villages
Killing of Fazlullah
Toffees thrown to the school children from helicopters by the army soldiers
The imposing of a curfew
Here's an interesting quiz for you.