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First response of Al-Qaida after Bin Laden: 10 Hazaras killed and 15 injured in Quetta

Hazara People: Extremist terrorists Friday opened fire on Hazara ethnic civilians in a Park near a cemetery in Quetta, killing 10 people and injuring 15 others, police said. Among the dead, there are women and children as well. Our sources say there are Pashtun- Taliban supporters of Al-Qaida behind the terrorist attack. Just on today […]

Hazara business woman Fatema Akbari among top leaders in 2011

Fatema Akbari is the owner of Gulistan Sadaqat Company, a furniture manufacturing business in Kabul. Founded in 2003, the business employs close to 100 Afghans, mostly women she has trained as carpenters. A widow herself, she prioritizes hiring women whose husbands have either been killed or disabled in the war, because she is passionate about […]

Hundreds of women activists in Dai Kundi urge UN to support their call for justice

8 March 2011 – Hundreds of women carrying banners with “We Want Justice” written in Dari today urged provincial officials to make life better for women in Dai Kundi, where the United Nations body leading the global effort to empower women is due to open its first provincial office later this month. Dai Kundi women […]

International Campaign for reconstruction of Buddha’s Statues, in Bamiyan

Target: Government of Afghanistan, Parliament of Afghanistan, the UN, UNESCO Sponsored by: justicef.net In 2001 the world lost the internationally renowned Buddha statues of Bamiyan, when the Taliban bombed and destroyed them. However, we kept our hope to see again one day the statues stand on their feet. Now scientists from the University of Munich […]

Afshar Massacre 1993

A Hazara woman recounts how her husband was killed in Afshar, west of Kabul. Hundreds of innocent people from Hazara minority were massacred by forces of Sayyaf and Ahmad Shah Massoud in this area in 1993. Date: February 1993 Location: Afshar and Karteh Se, West Kabul. Majority of Hazara residents. (central Afghanistan – Hazarajat). Victims: […]

Message from hunger strikers in Curtin Detention Centre

This comes from an Afghan asylum seeker who was taking part in the mass hunger strikes that broke out on January 18: There are 1,100 people in Curtin detention prison. More than 300 are on hunger strike. The rest, 100 percent, are boycotting the mess. Last week only three people got a decision, all of […]

Afshar Massacre will never ever forgot

Afshar Massacred by Ahmad shah Masoud and Sayaf in 1993 According to The Guardian, November 16, 2001: “On February 11, 1993, Massoud and Sayyaf’s forces entered the Hazara suburb of Afshar, killing – by local accounts – “up to 1,000 civilians”, beheading old men, women, children and even their dogs, stuffing their bodies down the […]

A school with over a thousand students and various problems at the end of Foladi district, Bamyan

Najeeb Farzad | January 28, 2011 This is a school at the end of Foladi District of Bamyan, Afghanistan. At present, there are over 1000 Hazara students studying in this school. Due to lack of capacity and extension programme, it consists of only six classrooms which are insufficient for twelve mammoth male and female classes. […]

Woman stoned to death in north Afghanistan

Quentin Sommerville | BBC News | January 27, 2011 A boulder is then thrown at her head, her burka is soaked in blood, and she collapses inside the hole The men who stoned a couple to death in north Afghanistan will be brought to justice, say officials, after footage of the killings came to light. […]

Who benefits from Taliban revisionism?

The Afghan government is trying to whitewash the Taliban’s image by claiming it no longer opposes education for girls. Rachel Reid | guardian.co.uk | Friday 21 January 2011 Farooq Wardak, the Afghan education minister and a key ally of President Hamid Karzai, claims that the Taliban leadership no longer opposes education for girls. The question […]

An open letter from the Hazara people around the world to international human rights organizations, international authorities and well-known personalities

An open letter from the Hazara people around the world to international human rights organizations, international authorities and well-known personalities
Report on the Case of Conflict between Kochies and the Local People (Hazara) In Behsood (Hessa-e-Awal, Hessa-e-Dowm) and Diamirdad districts of Maidan Wardak province
Massacres of Hazaras in Afghanistan

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