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Stream of Deer: Poems

Stream of Deer: Poems

Kamran Mir Hazar Poetry Translation: Marta Núñez Pouzols Nushin Arbabzadah Paperback: 72 pages Publisher: Full Page Publishing (July 1, 2014) Language: English ISBN-10: 0983770859 ISBN-13: 978-0983770855 Product Dimensions: 7.8 x 5.1 x 0.2 inches Stream of Deer reflects the voice of a freely-speaking poet from Hazaristan (Afghanistan), Kamran Mir Hazar. Escaping as a boy from […]

The walking dead

By Mehmal Sarfraz Human Rights Watch (HRW) recently released a heart-rending report titled ‘We are the Walking Dead’ on the plight of the Shia Hazara community in Balochistan. The 62-page report is an indictment of the state’s failure to protect Shias from being massacred by the Laskhar-e-Jhangvi (LeJ), a banned militant group. The accounts of […]

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Human Rights Watch Report 2014 About Hazara Genocide in Quetta- Pakistan

“We are the Walking Dead” Download the full report (PDF) 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 […]

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Hazara: Saga of an Entity Fallen Between Cracks

POEMS FOR THE HAZARA A MULTILINGUAL POETRY ANTHOLOGY AND COLLABORATIVE POEM Executive Editor: Kamran Mir Hazar FULL PAGE PUBLISHING 2014 Reviewed By: Debasmita Ganguly With Haiku’s Body: Sometimes they want to chain your hands and feet If necessary become a fish, If necessary an elephant saved from extinction! Kamran Mir Hazar There you are…standing alone, […]

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Bamiyan civil activists: Bring back our Girls!

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Swedish government: Stop deportations by force

by Elisabeth Tingdal An article from the Swedish publication ”Miljömagasinet”, February 21, 2014 Translated from Swedish by Anita Amott for Hazara People International Network Last year about a hundred of Afghans were deported by force to Kabul. It was a painful business involving special police force, dogs and barricades. Demonstrators showed their loathing of the […]

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THE HUMAN FACE OF REFUGEE POLICY

By Besmellah Rezaee Refugees are the most vulnerable class of people in the world. They lack the protection of any state until and unless they are afforded it. Their desperate situation should oblige others to treat them with a compassionate realisation that refugees are human beings and their vulnerability should not be politicised for unethical […]

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Poets discover Hazara while NATO fails to protect them from terrorists

The works of one hundred twenty five internationally recognized poets from sixty-eight countries have been published in a 600 page multilingual anthology and collaborative poem. Titled Poems for the Hazara, it’s subject is the plight of the Hazara, one of the most persecuted political/ethnic groups in the world. The Hazara have suffered repeated acts of […]

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“Reaping What Is Sown”: Teaching Greek to Afghanistani Refugees

by Marina Mogli In 2010, in a spur of the moment decision, I decided to volunteer to teach Greek to immigrants and asylum seekers in the Immigrant Center in my hometown, Volos in the port city in Greek region of Thessaly. [Add maps & photos] I always wanted to do something to help people and […]

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What is driving the ongoing violence and prejudice against  minorities in pakistan?

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