The Pakistani girl who was shot by the Taliban last year for demanding female education, Malala Yousafzai has reportedly said that she wants to be a politician in future and change the face of her country.
The 16-year old teenage activist has said that she wants to change the future of Pakistan by making education compulsory.
Malala faces repeated death threats by the militants but is ambitious to pursue politics and said that the best way to solve problem and to fight against war is through dialogue, and is through peaceful way.
According to the Express Tribune, the young activist feels that the best way to fight against terrorism and extremism is educating the next generation.
Malala, who has also backed a dialogue with the Taliban, said that it was important for them to discuss their demands adding that killing, torturing and flogging people is totally against Islam.
The report said that the teenage activist is also among the nominees to win the Nobel Peace Prize, which will be announced on October 11.
However, winning the coveted prize isn’t on Malala’s agenda, who said that winning it would be a ‘great opportunity’ but universal education remains her true goal.