Shukria Tabassum was a 9 year old girl from Jaghori, Afghanistan. She was kidnapped and beheaded by local Taliban terrorists in Zabul along with six other Hazaras including two women, two elderly and one child. It was the 7th November 2015 when Taliban kidnapped a group of seven Hazara passengers who were travelling from Jaghori District toward Ghazni. Few months before other 31 Hazaras were kidnapped. 19 of them were freed while the fate of the other 11 is still unknown. After the last killing, thousands of men and women marched towards the capital Kabul, carrying seven coffins wrapped in the national flag.
Photos by Ayub Yaqubi “HIN Kabul”[envira-gallery id=”11079″]
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