1. Information on this page is provided by Hazara Organization for Peace and Equality (HOPE) – a non-profit organization that collects facts and figures on persecution and genocide of Hazaras in Pakistan, Afghanistan, and elsewhere.
    Twitter –  http://www.twitter.com/HopeHazara
  2. NEW (2018) – Afghanistan Genocide Map – 
    HOPE has launched Hazara Genocide Afghanistan Map in Nov, 2018. Please follow our Twitter feed or LIVE Google Map for updated information. Work on Afghanistan map and HOPE website is ongoing. 


  • Information is updated frequently.
  • Statistical information in this page is based on Google Map maintained by HOPE that pinpoints the attack locations. In short, if data is not on the map, it is not added here yet.
  • Due to an increasing frequency of attacks on Hazaras across Pakistan, as well as enormity of attacks (that includes bombs and suicide bombings) in which large number of innocent civilians are left injured and critically wounded, and deaths after prolonged injuries (which normally goes unreported), the information collected should be considered “partial” and “minimum” at best.
  • Deaths = Includes confirmed deaths based on figures maintained by HOPE.
  • Injuries = Based on figures by Hazara sources + figures reported in various reputed news sources.
  • “Approx 1500 total deaths” revised: April 5, 2018
    (revised from 1400-deaths figure as of Jan-22-2014; includes count of 28 deaths during Jan-22-2014 attack. The figure was revised from “Approx. 1300” to “Approx. 1400” to include Hazaras killed since mid-2013).


“Any act committed with the intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group.”

Convention on “the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide”
Adopted by “Resolution 260 (III) A” of the United Nations
General Assembly on December 9, 1948.


Last Updated: April 21, 2019

Total Population of Hazaras in PakistanApprox. 600-700K (mostly in Quetta)
Total Number of Attacks (partial list)213 (Since 1999)
[ Google Map of Attacks ]
Total Hazaras Killed (1999 - Now)1500 (at least)
*excluding 300 Hazaras dying as a result of boat capsizing
during migration
Total Hazaras Injured (1999 - Now)3,500 (at least)
Total Hazaras deaths as a result of migration300 (approx)
* boat capsizing en route Australia, etc.
20191 Attack to date
201810 Attacks to date
201711 (followup needed on critically wounded)
20163 Attacks
*Attack on Women new pattern
201511 Attacks
* TBD 2 more reported incidents between Nov 1-10
201413 Attacks
* Not included yet - Mohd Juma that died of injuries in MACH attack (?)
201332 Attacks
201261 Attacks
* Added Abdur Rahman killed in JPMC Karachi on Dec 23, 2012(missed earlier; added on June 9, 2014)
Financial Support of TerroristsSaudi Arabia, UAE, etc.
* Saudi, Qatar, and GCC nations supports a network of over 20,000 Deobandi (closely affiliated with Saudi Wahhabism) madrassas in Pakistan producing 1000s of foot soldiers for the Terrorists networks such as AQ, ISIS, Taliban, LeJ, TTP, etc. Most all terrorists following Saudi ideology links to Pakistani madrassas
Terrorist Organizations Involved & AffiliationsLashkar-e Jhangvi (formerly Sipah Sahaba Pakistan or SSP; Political wing: ASWJ), Jaish-ul-Islam
* Affiliated networks: Al-Qaeda; Tehreek-e Taliban Pakistan (TTP); TTP splinter Jamat-ul Ahrar and Lej-A (Alami) forms what is known as 'ISIS in AF-PAK'
Terrorist brought to justice in 15 yearsZero (0)
* We aren't aware of any terrorist brought to justice in Hazara murder case
Num of Hazaras migrated offshore30-50% of total 600-700,000 population in Pakistan
No-go Areas [in Pakistan] for HazarasIn Quetta, Hazaras are confined in an "Open Air Jail" in two Hazara enclaves: a few miles radius in Alamdar Road and in Hazara town