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Hazara.net is a non-profit website mostly focused on the human rights of the most-persecuted Hazara community.

Courtesy: RAWA  (Mid May, 1999) – Non-Hazara residents of Herat, Afghanistan, goes on with their daily routine as the body of Hazara is seen hung from a tree during the genocidal campaign of Hazaras by Taliban. The Taliban were officially recognized by Pakistan, Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates (UAE).


On August 8, 1998, the Taliban, Al-Qaeda, and their affiliated Wahhabi-terrorist groups massacred between 8,000 and 16,000 Hazaras in a killing frenzy that continued non-stop for a week in the city of Mazar-e Sharif, Afghanistan [1][2]. To show their extreme hatred towards Hazaras, they killed hundreds of Hazara men by slitting their throat, calling it the ‘Halal way.’ During this killing frenzy, residents of Mazar-e Sharif were warned from burying bodies of Hazaras, leaving them to “rot” and for the stray dogs to feed for three days.

Throughout this killing frenzy, the ‘civilized world’ stood as a silent bystander and the news largely went unreported as the international media was barred from entering Afghanistan.

Hazara.net was born on September 28, 1998, as a direct response to the Hazara genocide in Mazar-e-Sharif, Afghanistan. It is the first Hazara website on the Internet and has a singular purpose: NEVER AGAIN.

  1. Massacre in Mazar-e Sharif: How The Taliban Slaughtered 8000 people in Mazar-e-Sharif
  2. Eyewitness Testimonies conducted by our Hazara Sources
    of the Killings in Mazar Sharif, Afghanistan August 8, 1998