I Am Malala Part Two Quiz

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  • 1. 

    Who was the RADIO MULLAH?

    • A.

      A voice coming from the radio with lots of guidance and encouragement

    • B.

      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.

    • C.

      The prime minister who wanted to allow the people to have their own thoughts and ideas/ideals.

    • D.

      The Taliban who wanted to have full control and only allow women to dress and be the way they wanted them to be.

    Correct Answer
    B. 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.
    Explanation
    The RADIO MULLAH refers to a person named Fazlullah who used scare tactics and propaganda to manipulate and force people into doing what he desired. He would broadcast his messages through the radio, providing guidance and encouragement to the listeners while attempting to control their thoughts and actions.

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  • 2. 

    Malala was afraid of ____________________ moving closer to her home.

    • A.

      The Taliban

    • B.

      ISIS

    • C.

      The Pakistani Army

    • D.

      The TNSM

    Correct Answer
    A. The Taliban
    Explanation
    Malala was afraid of the Taliban moving closer to her home. The Taliban is known for their extremist ideology and brutal tactics, particularly towards women and education. They have targeted Malala and her activism for girls' education in Pakistan, leading to an assassination attempt on her life. Therefore, it is understandable that she would fear their presence near her home, as it would pose a direct threat to her safety and the safety of her family.

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  • 3. 

    What things did the Radio Mullah NOT approve of?

    • A.

      Television and movies

    • B.

      Western ideas

    • C.

      Western clothing and hairstyles

    • D.

      Girls being educated

    • E.

      All of the above

    Correct Answer
    E. All of the above
    Explanation
    The Radio Mullah did not approve of television and movies, western ideas, western clothing and hairstyles, and girls being educated.

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  • 4. 

    What banners were strung up at the market during Fazlullah's 'Reign of Terror"?  

    • A.

      Hatred is not the Islamic Way!

    • B.

      Support the Taliban!

    • C.

      Women Not Allowed!

    • D.

      Give Way to Justice

    Correct Answer
    C. Women Not Allowed!
    Explanation
    During Fazlullah's "Reign of Terror," the banners that were strung up at the market included messages like "Hatred is not the Islamic Way!", "Support the Taliban!", "Give Way to Justice." However, the correct answer is "Women Not Allowed!" This suggests that during Fazlullah's rule, women were prohibited from entering the market, indicating a repressive and discriminatory environment for women under his leadership.

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  • 5. 

    Who was Benazir Bhutto?

    • A.

      Malala's best friend

    • B.

      Someone who was hoping for the best where Malala was concerned

    • C.

      A leader of the Taliban

    • D.

      First female Prime Minister of Pakistan

    Correct Answer
    D. First female Prime Minister of Pakistan
    Explanation
    Benazir Bhutto was the first female Prime Minister of Pakistan. She was a prominent political figure and the leader of the Pakistan Peoples Party. Bhutto served as Prime Minister twice, from 1988 to 1990 and again from 1993 to 1996. She was known for her advocacy of democracy, women's rights, and social justice. Bhutto's leadership and her tragic assassination in 2007 made her an influential and iconic figure in Pakistani politics.

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  • 6. 

    In what way did Malala's father 'respond' to the Taliban after they left him a threatening note

    • A.

      He gave a huge important speech at the UN

    • B.

      He responded via a letter in the newspaper wherein he told them they could kill him, but please not to kill his schoolchildren.

    • C.

      He called them on the phone and attempted to discuss the situation(s)

    • D.

      He simply ignored them and continued to run his school as usual

    Correct Answer
    B. He responded via a letter in the newspaper wherein he told them they could kill him, but please not to kill his schoolchildren.
    Explanation
    Malala's father responded to the Taliban by writing a letter in the newspaper. In the letter, he acknowledged their threat to kill him but pleaded with them not to harm his schoolchildren. This response demonstrated his bravery and determination to protect the lives of the students at his school, despite the danger he faced. By publicly addressing the Taliban's threat, he raised awareness about the importance of education and the need to stand up against oppression.

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  • 7. 

    What one major event clearly showed Malala that "no one was safe in Pakistan"?

    • A.

      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!

    • B.

      The burning of other schools ~~ if the Taliban would burn other schools then no school, or the people in it was safe!

    • C.

      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!!!

    • D.

      The fact that the Taliban was flogging women in the streets for really no reason ~ this mean that no one was protected!

    Correct Answer
    C. 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!!!
    Explanation
    The death of Benazir Bhutto showed Malala that "no one was safe in Pakistan" because it was the first time the Taliban had attacked a woman. This event demonstrated to Malala that if the Taliban could attack and kill a prominent and powerful woman like Benazir Bhutto, then they were capable of targeting and killing anyone in the country. It shattered the illusion of safety and highlighted the vulnerability of all individuals in Pakistan.

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  • 8. 

    What was the first evidence of soldiers coming to help?

    • A.

      Soldiers bombing the mountain villages

    • B.

      Killing of Fazlullah

    • C.

      Toffees thrown to the school children from helicopters by the army soldiers

    • D.

      The imposing of a curfew

    Correct Answer
    C. Toffees thrown to the school children from helicopters by the army soldiers
    Explanation
    During times of conflict or crisis, soldiers often provide assistance and support to affected communities. In this case, the first evidence of soldiers coming to help is indicated by the act of army soldiers throwing toffees from helicopters to school children. This gesture of offering treats to the children demonstrates the soldiers' presence and their intention to provide aid and comfort to the affected population.

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  • 9. 

    The fighting in Afghanistan and the way they were being oppressed caused great concern for Malala and the people around her.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    The statement suggests that the fighting in Afghanistan and the oppression faced by the people had a significant impact on Malala and those around her, causing them to feel deeply concerned. This implies that the statement is true, as it highlights the emotional response and concern towards the situation in Afghanistan.

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  • 10. 

    Malala says that the terrorism she and her family felt was the same as what soldiers feel when they face one another in battle.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    Malala does not say that the terrorism she and her family felt was the same as what soldiers feel when they face one another in battle. Therefore, the correct answer is False.

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