However, the education is deemed as the key to success and many provinces where the education for the girl children is banned. The Orthodox culture and tradition of these societies prohibit the education for the girl child. In this matter, the instance of Malala Yousafzai can be given. Malala is the girl, who stood up for the education of the girl children in Pashtun province and was shot by the Taliban (Ifijeh and Osayande, 2011). At the age of 15, she was shot as the Taliban wanted to stop her voice against their conservative mentality, which is against the humanity. The Taliban group is one of the most notorious terrorist groups, who believe in suppressing women. Moreover, the traditional culture of this Taliban use to make fatwa against the women, and they ban women’s right to live an independent life. Such groups in various countries that remain want to suppress the females and do not want to allow them to go out of the house for education or job. They advocate the tradition of hijab that cover the face of the women by a veil so that they cannot show their face to the world (Mobar, 2015). All these are inhuman activity and misconduct against the women. The education is most important for these people as these people are mostly uneducated or have a minimal education that makes them arrogant and Orthodox. Due to this reason, they even treat their own family women severely. The women have not any liberty, and they still stay under the veil without proper education. Moreover, the tradition would not be changed, and the Taliban mentality cannot be changed unless they get a proper education. The education has the power to enlighten everything (Musah, 2013).