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1st October, Hazara Solidarity in Utah, United States

1st October, Hazara Solidarity in Utah, United States

By Madi Hazara On 2 October 2014, Alrasool Islamic Center in Salt Lake City observed Hazara Solidarity day. Salt Lake City is the capital and the most populous city in the state of Utah, which is located in in the western United States. Participants gathered in Alrasool Islamic Center, Salt Lake City. After Maghreb prayers, […]

The Forgotten Victims of Terror

John Denham, Labour MP for Southampton, Itchen Ethnic and religious minorities have faced appalling violence from ISIL forces in Iraq and Syria. But another community has suffered at the hands of very similar ideologues for far too long. Decisions at this weekend’s Nato conference may help determine their future too. The Hazara are an indigenous […]

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Taliban tortures Abbott government deportee

by Abdul Karim Hekmat Zainullah Naseri has been in Afghanistan three weeks when the Taliban find him. They stop the car in which he is travelling and find in his pockets his Australian driver’s licence – a memento of the country that on the night of August 26 made him the first Hazara to be […]

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Six Hazaras killed in suicide attack in Hazara Town Quetta

Quetta: Six people, a woman and a child of Hazara community among them, were killed and at least 24 others injured in a suicide attack here on Saturday night. The powerful blast occurred close to a girls’ school at Hazara town in the capital of restive Baluchistan province. Hazara town is inhabited mainly by the […]

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1st October Hazara Solidarity in Seoul – South Korea

by Hayatullah Mehryar Translated by Fatima Mehraeen Seoul is the capital of South Korea, and it has 10 million populations, most modern and advanced equipment, skyscrapers buildings, landscape view and the best weather. It did not take me long time to get to know 24 participants who came from 19 countries. The only thing these […]

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We Celebrate Hazara International Solidarity Day

Hazara People International Network www.hazarapeople.com www.facebook.com/mardomehazara www.twitter.com/hazarapeople October 1st Worldwide Hazara Solidarity Day from Hazara People on Vimeo.

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1st October, Worldwide Hazara Solidarity day Resolution

The Hazaras of Afghanistan The Hazara people, one of the largest ethnic groups, live mostly in the countryside of the central highlands of Afghanistan, which are called Hazaristan or Hazarajat. “The Hazara indigenous people made up nearly 67 percent of the population of Afghanistan prior to the 19th century.” (Hazara[1]). From the 18th century up […]

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Worldwide Hazara Solidarity Day: Let’s Make October 1st a Historical Event

Hazara People International Network invites Hazaras and their supporters from all over the world, to participate vastly in October 1st Worldwide Hazara Solidarity Day gatherings in their city of residence so that their voices would be heard better. With the help of hundreds of thousands of Hazaras’ around the world, in a few years, Hazara […]

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UK MPs debate position of Hazaras in Afghanistan and Pakistan – 2014

Note to Readers: This is 3rd ‘Hazara Debate’ since 2012 by Hazara APPG – group of Hon. MPs concerned about the ongoing Hazara Genocide/systematic discrimination in Pakistan and Afghanistan. Note about certain passages of HazaraDebate: Hazaras as Persian speakers – According to ongoing research by Hazara researchers, Hazaragi – native language of Hazaras – is […]

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Pakistan on Brink of Political Change

Muhammad Younas The political temperature in Islamabad seems to be rising every passing day. Federal government’s supporters who had earlier kept their mouths shut but they now have started holding public rallies which will surely heat up the political environment in Pakistan. The more political tension rises in Pakistan the more Imran Khan and Maulana […]

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