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

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 […]

The Forgotten Victims of Terror

John Denham, Labour MP for Southampton, Itchen Ethnic and religious minorities have faced appalling violence from ISIL forces in Iraq and Syria. But another community has suffered at the hands of very similar ideologues for far too long. Decisions at this weekend’s Nato conference may help determine their future too. The Hazara are an indigenous […]

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Six Hazaras killed in suicide attack in Hazara Town Quetta

Quetta: Six people, a woman and a child of Hazara community among them, were killed and at least 24 others injured in a suicide attack here on Saturday night. The powerful blast occurred close to a girls’ school at Hazara town in the capital of restive Baluchistan province. Hazara town is inhabited mainly by the […]

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UK MPs debate position of Hazaras in Afghanistan and Pakistan – 2014

Note to Readers: This is 3rd ‘Hazara Debate’ since 2012 by Hazara APPG – group of Hon. MPs concerned about the ongoing Hazara Genocide/systematic discrimination in Pakistan and Afghanistan. Note about certain passages of HazaraDebate: Hazaras as Persian speakers – According to ongoing research by Hazara researchers, Hazaragi – native language of Hazaras – is […]

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Two Hazara men shot dead in Quetta

QUETTA – Two members of the Hazara community were gunned down on Wednesday in Spini Road area of Quetta, police said. Imran Qureshi, the superintendent of police told media that unidentified gunmen opened fire on Spini Road killing two persons. The slain persons were identified as members of the Hazara community who were killed en […]

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Will Hazaras Be Safe in Afghanistan, After NATO’s Pullout?

M. Amin Wahidi Thousands of people in Afghanistan participated in demonstrations in Kabul, Herat, Mazar e Sharif and Bamyan to condemn Hazaras’ latest massacres by the Taliban and other terrorist groups. Only in July this year, for the second time the Hazaras are being targeted by the Taliban, once in Urozgan and then in Ghor […]

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Protest Against Terrorism of Taliban in Kabul, Herat, Bamiyan and Ghor:  Stop Hazara Killing

Photos by Hakim Muzaher Mahdi Zartosht, Latif Azimi & Mohammad Rohani ©HPIN On Friday, 25 July 2014, Afghanistan’s Hazaras were once again the victim of terror and persecution because of their ethnicity and religion. The suspected Taliban fighters stopped the three vans – two heading to the capital of Kabul and one on its way […]

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RESOLUTION OF PROTEST BY THE HAZARAS OF AFGHANISTAN AND THE DIASPORA ON THE SYSTEMATIC PERSECUTION & KILLING OF HAZARAS IN AFGHANISTAN

Hazara People International Network On Friday, 25 July 2014, Afghanistan’s Hazaras were once again the victim of terror and persecution because of their ethnicity and religion. The suspected Taliban fighters stopped the three vans – two heading to the capital of Kabul and one on its way from Kabul to Cheghcheran – in the Lal […]

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Afghanistan: Taliban terrorists killed fourteen Hazaras in Ghor Province

HPIN: Taliban terrorists halted three buses in Ghor provice in western Afghanistan identified and separated the Hazara passengers from the others and then killed all the Hazaras. All non-Hazaras were left all unharmed said Anwar Rahmati, the governor of the western Ghor province. Among the dead were an engaged couple, their relatives and a child. […]

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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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