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Malalai of Maiwand (Pashto: د ميوند ملالۍ‎), also known as Malala (Pashto: ملاله‎), or Malalai Anna (Pashto: ملالۍ انا‎, meaning Malalai the "Grandmother") is a national folk hero of Afghanistan who rallied local fighters against the British troops at the 1880 Battle of Maiwand. She fought alongside Ayub Khan and was responsible for the Afghan victory at the Battle of Maiwand on 27 July 1880, during the Second Anglo-Afghan War. She is also known as "The Afghan Jeanne D'Arc" and as "The Afghan Molly Pitcher" to the Western world. There are many schools, hospitals, and other institutions named after her in Afghanistan. Her story is told in the Afghan school text books. The Pakistani women's-rights activist Malala Yousafzai and Afghan activist and politician Malalai Joya are named after Malal

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  • ملالي مايواند
  • Malalai von Maiwand
  • Malalai Anaa
  • Malalai van Maiwand
  • Malalai of Maiwand
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  • ملالي مايوند (بشتو: ميوند ملالۍ) هي بطلة وطنية وشعبية أفغانية. وقد كانت مصدر إلهامٍ للجيش الأفغاني بقيادة أيوب خان في معركة مايواند الذي تمكن من إلحاق الهزيمة بالبريطانيين في سنة 1880 في واحدة من كبريات معارك الحرب الإنجليزية الأفغانية الثانية. تُعرف أيضًا بلقب "جان دارك أفغانستان".
  • Malalai de Maiwand (pachto : د معيړند ملالۍ), aussi connue sous le nom de Malala (Pashtoun :ملاله) ou Malalai Anaa (Pashtoun : ملالۍ انا) signifiant Malalai la grand-mère), est une héroïne populaire national d'Afghanistan qui rallia l'armée Pachtoune contre les troupes britanniques en 1880 lors de la Bataille de Maiwand. C'est une jeune femme Pashtoune qui a combattu avec Ayub Khan (en) et qui est responsable de la victoire afghane lors de la bataille de Maiwand le n 27 juillet 1880 lors de la Seconde guerre anglo-afghane. Elle est aussi connue comme la « Jeanne d'Arc afghane. » Plusieurs écoles, hôpitaux ou autres institutions sont nommés en son honneur en Afghanistan. Son histoire est mentionnée dans tous les livres scolaires afghans.
  • Malalai van Maiwand (Afghaans:د معيړند ملالۍ), ook bekend als Malala (Afghaans:ملاله) en Malalai Anaa (Afghaans:ملالۍ انا, dit betekent Malalai de "Grootmoeder") (Khig (Afghanistan), 1861 - Maiwand (Afghanistan), 27 juli 1880 ), is een Afghaanse volksheldin. Ze vocht met Ajoeb Khan in de Slag bij Maiwand van 27 juli 1880 tijdens de Tweede Anglo-Afghaanse oorlog en was verantwoordelijk voor de Afghaanse overwinning. Ze wordt ook wel de Afghaanse Jeanne d'Arc genoemd. In Afghanistan zijn er vele scholen, ziekenhuizen en andere instellingen naar haar vernoemd. Haar verhaal staat in alle Afghaanse schoolboeken.
  • Malalai von Maiwand (paschtunisch د ميوند ملالۍ), auch bekannt als Malala (paschtunisch ملاله), oder Malalai Anaa (paschtunisch ملالۍ انا), mit der Bedeutung „Malalai die Mutter der Nation“ oder „Malalai die Großmutter “ (geboren um 1861 in Khig, Kandahar; gestorben 27. Juli 1880 bei Maiwand) ist eine nationale Volksheldin von Afghanistan.
  • Malalai of Maiwand (Pashto: د ميوند ملالۍ‎), also known as Malala (Pashto: ملاله‎), or Malalai Anna (Pashto: ملالۍ انا‎, meaning Malalai the "Grandmother") is a national folk hero of Afghanistan who rallied local fighters against the British troops at the 1880 Battle of Maiwand. She fought alongside Ayub Khan and was responsible for the Afghan victory at the Battle of Maiwand on 27 July 1880, during the Second Anglo-Afghan War. She is also known as "The Afghan Jeanne D'Arc" and as "The Afghan Molly Pitcher" to the Western world. There are many schools, hospitals, and other institutions named after her in Afghanistan. Her story is told in the Afghan school text books. The Pakistani women's-rights activist Malala Yousafzai and Afghan activist and politician Malalai Joya are named after Malal
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