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 in Mazar Sharif, Afghanistan. On September 28, 1998, Hazara.net was launched as the first Hazara site over the Internet in response to Hazara massacre by […]
Pakistan Election 2018: HDP Wins PB-26 and PB-27 Quetta
‘Yuk Baam, 2 Hawa’ by Ishaq Mohammadi Ghazni, Afghanistan – June 2018: According to Afghanistan’s constitution, entire province counts as one constituency whereby seats are allocated according to the population. In the last parliamentary election in September 2010, Pashtuns had a low voter turnout in Ghazni due to the threats by Taliban, resulting in Hazaras […]
Sept, 2017: An ominous trend is in the process in Afghanistan. If it continues, it would undo what the international community built with enormous costs in lives and money. Simply put, it is a new sectarian conflict that threatens to disrupt the very fabric of the society and would give the conflict in Afghanistan a new dimension.
by Akram Gizabi | What happened in Mirza Walang and why it is important?
Ali Taqawi highlights the century-old Systemic Marginalization and Discriminatory policy of every Afghan Governments against Hazaras
Australia: Federal Court decision on citizenship delays good news for refugees waiting years in limbo
Australia: On December 16, the Federal Court ruled that delays by the Department of Immigration and Border Security (DIBS) in making decisions on citizenship were “unreasonable”, prompting hope for people with refugee backgrounds in a similar plight.
!چھ جولائی 1985، ایک خونین باب کا آغاز تحریر: اسحاق محمدی اگرچہ گذشتہ صدی کی آٹھویں دھائی کے وسط تک پورے ریجن میں بڑے واقعات رونما ھوچکے تھے یعنی افغاستان میں سویت نواز حکومت قایم ھوچکی تھی اور ایران میں اسی طرز حکومت کو روکنے کیلئے مغربی طاقتیں اقتدار ملاوں کو منتقیل کرنے میں […]
Kabul July 1, 2016 | On Tuesday, three terrorists blew themselves up in Istanbul’s Ataturk Airport killing 42 people and injuring scores of others, almost all innocent civilians. Two days later two suicide bombers hit a convoy of young police cadets on the western outskirts of Kabul killing 30 and injuring more than 50 others. The […]
Published: Aug 26, 2015 | Courtesy: GEO News, Pakistan Kabul, July 7, 2015 – The first round of talks between Afghan government and the Taliban delegations ended on July 7, 2015 in Pakistan with the promise of resumption after Eid al Fitr. It was the first serious encounter between the two sides in a long […]