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Hopelessness vs helplessness

Hopelessness vs helplessness

by Dr Saleem Javed After Interior Minster Chaudhary Nisar’s visit to Alamdar road and a successful negotiation with the community leaders, the Hazaras finally agreed to lay to rest the bodies of their loved ones after a two-day sit-in. It was exactly the same month, January 2013, when members of the Hazara Shia community placed […]

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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Hazaras’ Protest in Sydney Against Hazara Genocide in Quetta

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Hunger Strike in Kabul against Hazaras’ genocide in Quetta

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Protest Against Hazara killing in Atlanta Georgia, USA

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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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Poets from 88 Countries Demand Halt to Genocide against Hazara

  270 noted poets including Nobel, Pulitzer, continental and national literary prize winners as well as presidents of international poetry festivals, presidents of PEN clubs, and writers associations from 88 countries have signed an open letter to world leaders, declaring their solidarity with the Hazara people. For more than a century, the Hazara people of […]

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An open letter from World-wide Poets addressed to United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, President of the European Commission José Manuel Barroso, and President of the United States, Barack Obama.

Dear Sirs, After more than a century of systematic crimes such as genocide, slavery, sexual abuse, war crimes, and discrimination, being a Hazara still appears to be a crime in Afghanistan and Pakistan. As recently as Thursday, January 10, 2013, more than one-hundred Hazara were killed in an organized terrorist attack on the city of […]

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Dozens in Edmonton protest killing of Hazara Shias in Pakistan

BY KEVIN MAIMANN,EDMONTON SUN Dozens gathered in Churchill Square Sunday to protest the killing of Hazara Shias in Pakistan. About 70 people, mostly part of an Edmonton coalition of Shia and Sunni mosques and community organizations, condemned the U.N., international media, and the Pakistani government for inaction on what they call an ongoing genocide. About […]

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Bamiyan protest against Hazaras genocide in Pakistan

by Jawad Hamdard

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