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Targeted attack: Two Hazaras killed in Quetta

Targeted attack: Two Hazaras killed in Quetta

By Muhammad Zafar Two Hazara were killed and three others were injured on Monday in a targeted attack in Quetta’s Jinnah Road area. As per initial reports, unidentified armed gunmen riding s motorcycle opened fire at a car near Saleem Complex on Jinnah Road. As a result, two people belonging to the Hazara community were killed and […]

Finding Publisher For: The Plight of The Hazara People

The plight of the Hazara people’ is a photographic book complied with portraits and testimonies of the victims of current on-going target killings in Quetta city of Balochistan province in western Pakistan. More than 1700 people from the Hazara community have lost their lives over past 15 years, and sadly no one has been held […]

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Three Hazaras Killed in Quetta-Pakistan

Quetta: Three people belonging to the Hazara community were shot dead on Monday near the Mekran bus stop in Quetta’s Sattelite Town.Unidentified armed men on a motorcycle opened fire at the three men outside the bus stop, Station House Officer Raja Qyoume told: Two of them were killed on the spot, while another was seriously injured. The deceased […]

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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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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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Nine Hazara Passengers Killed by Taliban

By Mohemed Rizaee Jaghori is one of the Ghazni’s districts which is located in central-east of Afghanistan, and it is one of the districts comprised of Hazaras. The major roads which connect Jaghori to Kabul, the capital city of Afghanistan, and other major cities are controlled by the Tabliban. The Taliban have stopped vehicles, which […]

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Stemming Hazara Killings in the Islamic State Era

By Brian Perkins While the international community scrambles to end the Islamic State-led atrocities against Iraq’s Shia community, a similar, albeit more isolated scenario is unfolding in Quetta, Pakistan. However, there has been no outpouring of support or concerted intervention to stop the systematic killing of Quetta’s Shia Hazara community. Instead, they have been left […]

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Documentary Highlights Sectarian Issues

By Syeda Shehrbano Kazim ISLAMABAD: The Sustainable Development Policy Institute (SDPI), an Islamabad-based think tank, in collaboration with the Minority Rights Group (MRG) UK, hosted the launch of a documentary titled ‘Shaheedo Tum Kahan Ho’. The documentary gives an account of the target killing of the Hazara community in Quetta. The documentary contains an account […]

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Pakistan: Six-Year-Old Hazara Girl Strangled and Dumped in Garbage after Rape Attempt

QUETTA: The parents of a six-year-old girl, whose tortured body was found dumped in a trashcan on October 28, are still waiting for justice. Sahar Batool went missing from in front of her house on Zarghoon Road on the morning of October 28. “My daughter wanted to go to school along with her sisters, but […]

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Continuation of Hazara Genocide in Quetta:  Eight Hazaras Have Been Killed Today

QUETTA: Unidentified men opened fire on a bus in the outskirts of Quetta on Thursday, killing eight people — said to belong to the Hazara community — and injuring one, in what is believed to be a sectarian attack. Ten men were on the bus and were about to leave a vegetable market in the […]

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