On July 12, 2013, in New York, before the Youth Assembly of the United Nations, Malala said: "The Taliban thought a bullet could silence us but they failed ... Let us take our notebooks and our pencils. These are our most powerful weapons ... I want education for the sons and daughters of the Taliban and all extremists and terrorists.” Before concluding, she added that, "I do not even have to hate the Taliban who shot me." She was treated to a standing ovation from a rapt audience. The Prime Minister of Pakistan, Nawaz Sharif congratulated Malala, saying she was the pride of Pakistan. He said: "She fills her countrymen with pride, her achievement is unmatched.”
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