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THE HAZARAS

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THE HAZARAS

By Julian Burnside AO QC. Since about 1998, a significant proportion of boat people coming to Australia have been Hazaras from Afghanistan or Pakistan. On 26 August 2001, the Norwegian cargo ship MV Tampa rescued the passengers of a small boat called the Palapa. The Palapa was breaking up in moderate seas in the Indian […]

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The Anti-Apartheid Leader’s Farewell

Hazara People International Network:The world has lost a great man of our time today; a man who spent his life time fighting for justice and equality. As one of the most oppressed ethnic group in the world, the Hazaras value Mandela’s struggles for peace and justice as they have been the victims of injustice and […]

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Flag of Hazaristan

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Flag of Hazaristan

Designed by prominent Hazara poet and journalist Kamran Mir Hazar.

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Life as One of the Most-Persecuted Ethnic Groups on the Planet

By Jeffrey Stern Imagine that you live in Afghanistan. Your ancestors have lived there for hundreds of years, but you are a minority. In fact, you are a minority two times over, because the religion you practice is different from the one most people practice, and the way you look is different from the way […]

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

by Mehdi Modabbir

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World-wide Protest: Declaration Against Hazara Genocide In Pakistan

At least 92 members of Hazara died, including some 20 women and 18 children, more than 200 sustained serious injuries and 30 people gone missing when a bombed ripped through a densely populated fruit market situated in Hazara Town, a Hazara enclave, in Quetta on Saturday, 16 February, 2013. It happened just 38 days after […]

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Bamiyan protest against Hazaras genocide in Pakistan

by Jawad Hamdard

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