I Am Malala - Part II: Chapters 9 - 10 Summary & Analysis

Malala Yousafzai
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Part II: “The Valley of Death”

Part II begins with a quote that says music has been eliminated by the Taliban.

Chapter 9: “Radio Mullah”

Malala describes the arrival of the Taliban in her village when she is ten years old. A Taliban leader named Fazlullah begins radio broadcasts in which he offers instruction on how to obey the Quran. He soon has many followers, including Malala’s mother. He calls for an end to televisions and other modern items, such as DVDs. Fazlullah is soon becoming more fanatical. He publicly humiliates people who don’t obey the law as he interprets it, including women who do any work outside the home. Malala says her mother is a strong woman and that the Quran doesn’t say women have to remain at home.

Another religious leader, Sufi Mohammad, “declares from jail” that...

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