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Part 2: Local or Neighborhood Trade in Hazarajat

Part 2: Local or Neighborhood Trade in Hazarajat

Nomad Expansion and commerce in Central Afghanistan A Sketch of Some Modern Trends By Klaus Ferdinand Local or neighborhood trade in Hazarajat Despite the differences existing between the nomads and the settled population in Hazarajat, economic relations and, on some points, cooperation, of benefit to both parties came into being at an early stage. It […]

Genocide of Hazaras in Balochistan forced dozens to flee

Hazara People International Network: Local news and sources in Baluchistan say dozens of Hazara people forced to flee as the target killings have increased in this province. Some local sources have confirmed that more than 70 families moved to Peshawar and Islamabad. Target killing of Hazaras in Pakistan is a clear example of genocide. This […]

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Coercive Mass Displacement in Uruzgan

In addition to the numerous afflictions the Afghans have tolerated so far, evidences say that there are more things yet to appear in sight under president Karzai. Irrespective of how much realistic the government reports on security are, there are abundant sad occurrences happening across the country that remain uncovered by media. A series of […]

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Hazara Mass Displacement From Uruzgan

An untold catastrophe in Afghanistan is underway. There has been mass displacement and forced-migration of Hazaras from Uruzgan Province recently. Though the Hazaras, who are in minority in Uruzgan Province, have faced brutal experiences from Taliban in those areas since the rise of insurgents a couple of years ago, but the situation is getting appalling […]

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AIHRC Report says thousands of Hazaras forced to flee

A new report about Kuchi-Taliban’s recent attack (May 2010) on Hazara people has been released by Afghanistan Independent Human Rights commission. The report says thousands of Hazara people forced to flee. 12 including children and women were killed and injured. 153 Hazara houses were looted and burned. 35 schools have been burned or shut down […]

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A call to action against Genocide in Afghanistan

Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama throwing democracy’s best friends in Afghanistan under the bus Genocide of Hazaras in Behsood ignored by Afghan government and its international supporters Tuesday 25 May 2010, by M. Amin Wahidi, Robert Maier Afghan President, Hamid Karzai recently returned from a red-carpet visit to the U.S., but the Hazaras apparently were never […]

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Afghanistan: Massacres of Hazaras in Afghanistan

Human Rights Watch I. SUMMARY This report documents two massacres committed by Taliban forces in the central highlands of Afghanistan, in January 2001 and May 2000. In both cases the victims were primarily Hazaras, a Shia Muslim ethnic group that has been the target of previous massacres and other serious human rights violations by Taliban […]

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Kuchi- Taliban Attack on Hazaras in Behsood

2008

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“Diaries of Kandahar”  (1884 – 1905) / HAZARAS In the View of British Diaries

This is a small effort towards facts and figures that has been missing since last one century regarding civil war between Amir Abdul Rahman of Kabul (Afghanistan) and Hazaras of Hazarajat (also called Hazaristan in Afghanistan). In this document the British News writers of that time documented the daily important News and reports for the […]

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Martyr Darab’s grave

Today afternoon the body of martyr Darab, one of the Tyzak’s martyrs, victimized buried by presence of four or five people. The martyr’s body was found after 12 days, I stopped for while over the grave and cried to innocence of these people. Martyr Darab’s tomb in Tyzak Aref is the only instead of remaining […]

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