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Researching Ethnic Politics in Afghanistan: Engagement or “Objectivity”?

Melissa Kerr Chiovenda. Assoc. Professor Bucknell University TheCESSBlogEditor@gmail.com Reports of protests in Afghanistan are often alarming. Major protests were staged in response to the accidental burning of Qurans on a United States military base, and also because a film mocking the Prophet Mohammad was released on YouTube, to give two examples. Such protests, which have […]

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Kabul: Hazara activists rally against Iranian regime

Today, dozens of Hazara activists rallied against Iranian regime in Kabul.

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Chain poem and a poetry anthology dedicated to the Hazara people

Hazara People Rights: We have started two new poetry projects dedicated to the Hazara people. Our projects are a chain poem and a poetry anthology. So far the following 59 poets from 35 countries have joined us: Luisa Vicioso Sánchez, Dominican Republic John Curl, USA K. SATCHIDANANDAN, India Alina Beatrice Chesca, Romania Angelee Deodhar, India […]

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Gole Badam Festival in Daykundi Province, the heart of Hazaristan

Three years ago the first Gole Badam Festival was held in Daykundi Province. In 2010 Hazara People International Network proposed to create this Festival in order to celebrate the almond tree’s florescence. Almonds are the main agriculture product in the Province and many families base their subsistence on it. While the rest of Afghanistan is […]

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Hazaristan, Hazara Faces and Persecution of the Hazara people

Presented by Kamran Mir Hazar

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Hazaras flee ‘systematic genocide’ in Pakistan

Ben Doherty Despite the risks of the long, slow boat trip to Australia – made starkly evident by the Christmas Island disaster this week when two asylum seekers drowned – hundreds of ethnic Hazaras in Pakistan are planning the same trip. Facing what they have described as a ”systematic genocide” in Pakistan, more and more […]

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Spring in Daykundi, the heart of Hazaristan(Almonds’ Land)

by Mehdi Modabbir

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World Poetry Day: 324 Poets from 93 Countries Unite to Stop Genocide of Hazara

324 noted poets including Nobel, Pulitzer, continental and national literary prize winners as well as the presidents of the international poetry festivals, presidents of PEN clubs, and writers associations from 93 countries have chosen to release an open letter to world leaders, this March 21st . They have chosen to observe World Poetry Day by […]

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A Protest in Atlanta Georgia USA Against Hazara Genocide in Quetta Pakistan

By Muhammed Rizaee On Thursday February 21, 2013 a peaceful protest and a candlelight vigil were held in front of CNN’s headquarters, Atlanta Georgia USA, protesting the genocide of the Hazara people. The protest ran from 5PM to 6:15PM, with the vigil following from 6:15PM to 7:00PM. This demonstration was held during downtown Atlanta’s afternoon […]

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Hazaras’ Protest in Holland Against Hazara Genocide in Quetta

by Hafiz Besharat Hazara journalist and human right activist in Netherlands

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