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World Will be Better With More Women Leaders Like Hillary, Claims Malala

by Kathy Jones on April 28, 2014 at 8:36 PM
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In a significant statement, Malala Yousafzai has said that a world with more women leaders will be a better world.

In an appreciation piece in the latest issue of Time magazine, Malala added that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was helping make that possible.


The Pakistani teen, who was in the Time's list of 100 most influential people, added that Clinton's 'life and leadership show women what can achieve if they believe in their own strength and if they channel their inner creativity, compassion and determination'.

According to Dawn News, Malala observed that 'Hillary Clinton is a symbol of strength for women across the world. It was she who famously said, "Women's rights are human rights."'

Malala added that Clinton not only spoke those words, but also dedicated her life to empowering women around the world through politics and philanthropy.

Source: ANI


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