Malala Yousafzai has said that she is not scared of new threats from the Taliban.
In an interview with an Indian TV channel, Malala said her world may have changed but she has not. “She is "scared of ghosts, not Taliban."
She is only 16 but brave and wise well beyond her years. Malala Yousafzai, a global icon for world leaders and citizens alike, says she sees herself just as an ordinary teenage girl.
Recounting the horror of being shot at point blank, a bullet almost going through her brain - all because she spoke up for the rights of young girls to go to school, Malala said her first thought waking up in a hospital in Birmingham was how she or her family would pay for the treatment.
When asked what if the Taliban targets her life again? Malala says she isn't scared by their new threats.