Malala Yousafzai, the education rights advocate whose courage and inspiration has made her an inspiration to girls everywhere, was recently interviewed by CNN's Christiane Amanpour.

During the interview, the 16-year-old icon expressed her desire to follow in the footsteps of the late Benazir Bhutto by becoming the next PM of Pakistan:
I want to become a Prime Minister of Pakistan, and I think it's really good. Because through politics I can serve my whole country. I can be the doctor of the whole country, and I can help children to get education, to go school. I can improve the quality of education, and I can spend much of the money from the budget on education.
Here's a clip from the interview:

That's one determined teenager. Despite the Taliban threatening to attack her again, she said "I'm never going to give up... [the Taliban] only shot a body but they cannot shoot my dreams."

[Huffington Post]