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 available. MohdEssaGhargistani-by-IshaqMohammadi-April72017 [PDF | Urdu]
Katib School in West Kabul ‘classic example’ of Afghan Government’s Institutional Discrimination against Hazaras
West Kabul, April 11, 2017 | Video courtesy: ToloNews Laisa (School) Faiz Mohammad Katib was established in 2008 in Hazara inhabited Dasht-e Barchi in West Kabul – the capital of Afghanistan. A school with nothing — no class rooms, shelters, boundary walls, chairs or rugs, drinking water, or anything — that would fit the definition […]
Canberra, Australia – April 3, 2017: Thousands of Hazara activists in Australia, across the globe in an online protest campaign on Twitter, staged a show down with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani upon his arrival in Australian capital, Canberra.
‘March 2017’ marks the 22nd anniversary of assassination of Hazara leader, Abdul Ali Mazari. Millions of Hazaras across the globe are paying tribute to Mazari—the most revered and unifying figure among Hazaras. He is affectionately referred to as “Baba Mazari” or “Father Mazari”— a title signifying him as the father of his people. No one […]
Three #Hazara social activists have been behaded by #Taliban terrorists in Sayyad district of Sar-e Pol province in Northern #Afghanistan [Source: Hazara International Network]
World’s largest security conference in Munich was caught off guard on Saturday during a coordinated two-pronged protest campaign organized by Hazara Junbish-e Roshnai (Enlightening Movement).
Sheikhupura – Jan 19, 2017: Lashkar-e Jhangvi (LEJ) terrorist chief, Asif Chotu, along with three aides, have been allegedly killed in police encounter in Punjab, Pakistan. Asif Chotu took over as chief of Lashkar-e Jhangvi following killing of its former chief, Malik Ishaq, in another alleged police encounter some 18 months ago. Chotu was wanted […]
Ali Taqawi highlights the century-old Systemic Marginalization and Discriminatory policy of every Afghan Governments against Hazaras
Bamiyan, Hazarajat (Dec, 2016): Kabul government’s neglect is forcing the homeless Hazara residents to live in the archaeologically significant caves of the 2000-year old Bamiyan Buddha statues — a UNESCO World Heritage site. The Bamiyan Buddhas — located in the ancestral home of Hazara in Hazarajat — are two of the archaeological treasures of Afghanistan. […]
Kabul, Afghanistan (Dec 21, 2016): Hazara Afghan MP, Arif Rahmani has accused the Afghan Government of continuing its [century-old] policy of systemically marginalizing the Hazaras in Afghanistan. According to Mr. Rahmani, the Afghan government has subjected the Hazaras — which makes at least seven million of Afghanistan’s population and a sizable population in Kabul — to an ‘un-written’ […]