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17 April, 20:24

Which two sentences from the article support how the author feels about Malala?

Malala was right about the edict and what it meant.

Eleven-year-olds sometimes have trouble sleeping through the night, kept awake by monsters they can't see.

She was a global symbol of girls' rights but also just a kid.

He knew it meant his daughter's education would come to an end.

The Taliban would come for her again if she managed to survive.

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  1. 17 April, 20:55
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    A. Malala was right about the edict and what it meant

    C. She was a global symbol of girls' rights but also just a kid.
  2. 17 April, 21:55
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    Answer : So hi Yall, the answer is a, Malala was right about the edict and what it meant, and the other one is c, She was a global symbol of girls' rights but also just a kid.
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