Another Hazara gunned down in Quetta Pakistan

Last Updated: Dec 8, 2016 |

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Quetta, Pakistan – Dec 8, 2016: Another Hazara is reportedly gunned down in Quetta as Pakistan continues its support of terrorists that has vowed to make it a ‘graveyard’ of Hazaras and other religious and ethnic minorities.

According to Hazara sources in Quetta, shopkeeper Ali Khan Hazara was gunned down by ISIS-affiliated terrorists in the Satellite town area of Quetta city. As always, terrorists managed to ‘escape’ the scene following attack.

Mr. Khan was former president of ‘halqa-14’ (Municipal 14 locality) winning the election on Hazara Democratic Party (HDP) ticket. 

The Hazara Organization for Peace and Equality (HOPE) has documented over 190 individual attacks on Hazaras by Al-Qaeda affiliated terrorist, killing over 1500, permanently disabling over 4000, and forcing migration of approximately 100,000 Hazaras for safer shores [ See Google Map of all attack locations ].


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