A year after the Taliban shot her on a school bus for promoting girls' education, Malala Yousafzai is still going after it. The Atlantic posted an interview where she addresses some weird conspiracy theories (that she never actually blogged for the BBC, that she was never actually shot):
Adnan Rashid, a Pakistani Taliban commander, recently wrote an open letter to you. He alleged that your campaign was not aimed at promoting education and was really targeted against the Taliban. How would you respond to him?
It was his right to express his views. I think I have a right to live my life the way I like. I did not engage in propaganda against the Taliban, I only spoke about girls' right to education, and the Taliban had banned girls from going to school. So I am against some of the things that the Taliban has done and advocates. No doubt I am against banning children from education. I stand for every girl to be able to go to school.