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Killings of Shia Hazara in
Balochistan, Pakistan

Glossary
Map of Pakistan
Map of Balochistan
Summary
Key Recommendations
To the Government of Pakistan
To the Provincial Government of
Balochistan
To Major Donors and Pakistan’s
External Partners, including the United States, European Union, Japan,
Australia, the World Bank, and the Asian Development Bank
Methodology
I. Sectarian Militancy in Pakistan
The Taliban, Lashkar-e-Jhangvi, and
the Hazara
Lashkar-e-Jhangvi in Pakistan
Malik Ishaq
Lashkar-e-Jhangvi in Balochistan
II. Attacks on Hazara and Other Shia
in Balochistan
Hazara Mosque Attack, July 2003
Targeted Killing of Dr. Abid Iqbal,
August 2009
2010: Escalating Violence
Targeted Killing of Dr. Nadir Khan,
January 2010
Suicide Bombing of Hospital, Quetta,
April 2010
Targeted Killing of Dr. Qamber
Hussain, May 2010
Suicide Bombing on Al Quds Rally, September
2010
2011: Worsening Brutality
Spini Road Attack, July 2011
Eid Day Suicide Bombing, August 2011
Mastung Massacre, September 2011
Akhtarabad Massacre, October 2011
2012: Rising Body Count
Attack on Hazara Shops, Prince Road,
Quetta, April 2012
Attack on Taxi, Brewery Road, Quetta,
April 2012
Quetta Passport Office Killings, May
2012
University Bus Suicide Bombing, June
2012
Twin Attacks on September 1, 2012
Mastung Pilgrim Bus Bombing,
September 2012
Targeted Shooting in Kuchlak, October
2012
Targeted Attack on Auto Repair Shop,
Sirki Road, Quetta, October 2012
Spinney Road, Quetta Taxi attacks,
November 2012
Targeted Killings in Qandahari
Bazaar, Quetta, November 2012
Targeted Killings in Qandahari Bazar,
Quetta, December 2012
2013-14: Unprecedented Massacres
Alamdar Road Snooker Club Suicide
Bombing, January 2013
Quetta Hazara Town Vegetable Market
Bomb Attack, February 2013
Mastung Pilgrim Bus Bombing, January
2014
Taftan Attack, June 2014
III. Impact of Violence on
Quetta’s Hazara Community
IV. State Response to Attacks on
Hazara
Military and Paramilitary Forces
Civilian Law Enforcement and the
Lashkar-e-Jhangvi
Judicial Response
V. Recommendations
To the Government of Pakistan
To the Provincial Government of
Balochistan
To Major Donors and Pakistan’s External
Partners, including the United States, European Union, Japan, Australia, the
World Bank, and the Asian Development Bank
Annex I: List of Shia Victims of
Targeted Killings in Balochistan, 2008- 2012
Annex II
Translation of
Lashkar-e-Jhangvi’s Public Threat to the Hazara Community
Lashkar-e-Jhangvi Pakistan
Annex III
Chief Minister Aslam Raisani’s
Statement on the Mastung Massacre, October 5, 2011
Balochistan Has a Population of
Millions, So What if 40 Hazaras were Killed?

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