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A letter with the affliction of my soul

A letter with the affliction of my soul

by Habiba Roshan Dear a father, a mother, a sibling  to the empty plate, we all wait you have given me the journey of unexpected  You’ve activated me to the world of mystery  It’s drastically unexpectedly  difficult for me to speak  the words that’s hidden behind my throat      I’ve begin to keep a […]

Sydney: Hazaras protest kidnappings

Photos by Asad Amir  On April 11, 2015 The Hazara community protested the indifference of the Afghanistan government and were also concerned at the growing number of forced deportations of Hazara refugees from Australia.More than 100 ethnic Hazaras have gathered at Sydney’s Town Hall to call for an end to deportations and the release of dozens of their kidnapped […]

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A letter from Australia: I fear for my own people

Aziza Zafari  I am a young woman from Afghanistan who came to Australia with my family ten years ago. After experiencing much danger and hardship,   this country seemed like Paradise to us. For the first time we felt secure and human rights were respected. I love Australia, but I find myself in the conflicting cross-currents […]

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Gothenburg: Protests and the gatherings of ask for justice

By Soheila Haidari On the evening of Sunday, March 29, 2015, a group of Afghans who are resident of Gothenburg gathered together in Gustav Adolf Square to condemn the heartbreaking incident, which led to murdering and burning of a young woman in Afghanistan named Farkhunda. They expressed their feelings regarding the incident and shared their […]

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From Afghanistan’s Rubble, A Teacher Builds A School Of Ideas

by Philip Reeves Aziz Royesh is a man whose life has been defined by one over-arching ambition: He says he simply wants to be a teacher. At 46, he has achieved that goal in one of the most difficult and dangerous environments in the world — Afghanistan. He has also founded a school that is now […]

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HAZARA PERSECUATION IN PAKISTAN

BY ABDUL RAHIM CHNAGEZI The existence of Hazara nation in this part of region including Quetta is from 15th and 16th centuries, when they use to travel frequently in various parts of subcontinent through Pak-Afghan border. They permanently started inhabiting various areas of Pakistan during the 19th century, When the mass killing of Hazara’s started […]

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Can Afghanistan Avoid the History of Ethnic Subjugation?

By Ali Reza Sarwar There is serious evidence indicating that Afghanistan may return to a chaotic past where severe inter-ethnic clashes could define the country’s future. The recent developments, particularly after President Ashraf Ghani came to power in a disputed election last December, support this gloomy prediction. On January 12, 2015, Ghani announced the names of his 25 […]

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Gunmen kidnap 30 members of Hazara community in southern Afghanistan

Kandahar, Afghanistan: Gunmen in southern Afghanistan kidnapped 30 members of the Hazara ethnic community, authorities said Tuesday. No group immediately claimed responsibility for the attack Monday afternoon, nor demanded a ransom. The 30 people were kidnapped from two vehicles on a major road in Zabul province, provincial Gov. Mohammad Ashraf said. He said authorities were trying […]

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Dispatches: Afghanistan’s Afshar Agonies Remembered

by Ahmad Shuja Twenty-two years ago, residents of Kabul’s Afshar district awoke to the sound of rockets launched at them from a nearby mountainside. February 11, 1993, marked the bloody dawn of the Afshar campaign, one of the worst mass atrocities of Afghanistan’s civil war of the early 1990s. Powerful militia-backed faction leaders systematically planned and […]

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A Hazaragi Restaurant

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A Hazaragi Restaurant

A Hazaragi restaurant in Dahan Awdila Village, Behsood District, Maidan Province. A restaurant in the middle of two destination has historical significance in Afghanistan, particularly in Hazara populated areas.When Hazaras have a long distance journey, they need to stay in any restaurant in the middle of the way for a night or even sometimes two or three nights. […]

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