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==Activism for Girls' Education== Blogging and the BBC Diary In early 2009, when she was just 11 years old, Malala began anonymously writing a blog for the BBC under the pseudonym "Gul Makai." In her blog, she shared her experiences living under Taliban rule and her unwavering determination to pursue an education. Her poignant writings caught the attention of the international community and shed light on the plight of girls in Swat Valley. The Emergence of a Global Advocate Malala's advocacy for girls' education gained momentum, and she started making public appearances and giving interviews to media outlets. Her courage and eloquence captivated audiences worldwide, making her a symbol of resistance against oppression and a voice for girls' rights.
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