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Renowned Hazara historian passes away

Renowned Hazara historian passes away

Canada – Nov 8, 2018: Renowned Hazara historian, Basir Ahmad Dowlatabadi passes away after prolonged illness in Toronto, Canada. Renown Hazara historian Janab Basir Ahmad DolatAbadi has passed away. RIP.…

Hazara.Net observes ’20th anniversary’ with a major shift in policy direction

Hazara.Net observes ’20th anniversary’ with a major shift in policy direction

September 28, 2018 marked 20th anniversary of Hazara.net.  On August 8, 1998, the Taliban, AlQaeda, and affiliated terrorist network massacred thousands of unarmed Hazara civilians in a week-long killing frenzy…

Mohammad Essa Gharjistani – an asset of Hazara Nation

Mohammad Essa Gharjistani – an asset of Hazara Nation

Uploaded: April 11, 2017 | Mohammad Essa Gharjistani – an asset of the Hazara Nation by Ishaq Mohammadi Note: English version of this document will be uploaded when it becomes…

22nd Anniversary of Hazara Massacre in Afshar Kabul

22nd Anniversary of Hazara Massacre in Afshar Kabul

Feb 11, 2015 |   Main page for Hazara Massacre in Afshar  On Wednesday, February 11, 2015, on the occasion of the 22nd anniversary of the Afshar massacre in Kabul…

Durand Line: The Future Time Bomb

Durand Line: The Future Time Bomb

Afghanistan – Aug 20, 2014 |  On November 12, 1893, King Abdur Rahman Khan and Sir Henry Mortimer Durand (British Envoy) agreed on seven points known as Durand Line Agreement…

Homeless Hazaras living in 2000 year old caves of Bamyan Buddhas’ statues

Homeless Hazaras living in 2000 year old caves of Bamyan Buddhas’ statues

Originally published on BBC – July 28, 2014 Link to News on BBC In this video, reporter interviews several homeless Hazara families living in 2000 year old caves carved into…

Letter of Amir Habibullah Khan (1901-1919)

Letter of Amir Habibullah Khan (1901-1919)

Habibullah Khan, son of Amir Abdur Rahman Khan (1880 – 1901) – the Pushtun ruler of Afghanistan that committed genocide of Hazaras in Hazarajat – addressed this letter in 1904…

Chehl Dukhtaro

Chehl Dukhtaro

Chehl Dukhtaro (the 40 girls) is the famous legendary story of the 40 Hazara daughters that committed suicide rather then handing themselves over to the forces of the Pushtun ruler…

The Hazara Pioneers (1904)

The Hazara Pioneers (1904)

Brief History Source: The British Empire The original 6th Bombay Infantry was disbanded in 1882. It was raised in 1775 and earned honours for Mysore and Seringapatam. Their uniform originally…

Hazara Slavery

Hazara Slavery

This page documents cases of Hazara slavery following 1890’s genocide of Hazaras in Afghanistan. An estimated 60% of Hazara population was exterminated during the 1890’s genocide of Hazaras in Afghanistan.…

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