He said he was writing to me because he was shocked by my shooting and wished he could have warned me beforehand.
He wrote that they would forgive me if I came back to Pakistan, wore a burqa and went to a madrasa.
Journalists urged me to answer him, but I thought, Who is this man to say that?
The Taliban are not our rulers.
It's my life, how I live it is my choice.
But Mohammed Hanif wrote an article pointing out that the good thing about the Taliban letter was that many people claim I wasn't shot yet here they were accepting responsibility.
I know I will go back to Pakistan, but whenever I tell my father I want to go home, he finds excuses.
'No, Jani, your treatment is not complete,' he says, or, 'These schools are good.
You should stay here and gather knowledge so you can use your words powerfully.'
He is right. I want to learn and be trained well with the weapon of knowledge.
Then I will be able to fight more effectively for my cause.