I Am Malala - Part IV: Chapters 21 - 22 Summary & Analysis

Malala Yousafzai
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Part IV: “Between Life and Death”

Part IV begins with a statement about the dangers of guns that turn “love-filled homes into broken debris.”

Chapter 21: “God, I Entrust Her to You”

Malala says that Usman Bhai Jan realizes that the girls have been shot and immediately drives to the Swat Central Hospital. Many people learn that Malala and her two classmates have been shot. Her father is talking to a group of educators and he receives a cell phone call but hands the phone to his friend Ahmad Shah who whispers that someone has shot at the school bus. Malala’s father is afraid but tries to reassure himself, believing that it might have been a jealous boy who fires a shot into the air to “shame his beloved.” There are hundreds of people there and he feels he owes them...

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