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Die Zerstörung der Buddha in Bamiyan wegen rassistische Gründe

Taliban explode Bamiyan Buddha due to ethnic Hazaras can not fold to argue that residents are native to Afghanistan. Die Zerstörung der Buddha in Bamiyan wegen rassistische Gründe. Die Zerstörung der Buddha in Bamiyan wegen rassistische Gründe from tamaki_studio on Vimeo. Die Buddha von Bamiyan wurde wegen rassistische Gründe zerstört, damit die Hazara Bevolkerungen nicht […]

RISE TO POWER

In memory of the hero Abdul Khaliq, The Martyr. Saturday 5 June 2010, by Soraab Balkhi Like a demon rising from the bog swamp, Nadir Khan rose and cast a hellish pall over Afghanistan. It is well-known today that Nadir Khan invited Kalakani, the then ruler, to join him in Kabul so that they could […]

The second celebration of the Silk Road

The second celebration of the Silk Road will take place in Bamiyan and Band-e-Amir on Tuesday next week. Amir Foladi, the organizer of this event, has outlined that the main purpose of this celebration is to restore the local culture in order to create a more attractive tourist destination. Some of the well known Hazaragi […]

The epic story of “Chehel Dokhtaraan” (The Fourty Girls) in Uruzgan

Chehel Dokhtaraan

The people of Ururzgan were justly and bravely defending themselves against the violent attacks by 120 thousand government troops with 40 thousand tribal troops recruited from the southern regions of the country. They were all led by Amir Abdur Rahman who was the ruler of Afghanistan at that time. When the people of Uruzgan lost […]

Riz Wakil to discuss humanity with Tony Abbott during surfing lesson won at auction

AAP, June 17, 2010 8:44AM RIZ Wakil will use a surfing lesson from Tony Abbott to tell the federal opposition leader about the plight of refugees and his own success story. The Afghan refugee, who spent nine months in the Curtin Detention Centre courtesy of the previous Howard government, was among a group of six […]

Oppression of Hazara in Afghanistan

Ms. Zareen Taj Womens & Human Rights Activist Zareen is from the Hazara ethnic group, the most persecuted ethnic minority in Afghanistan. As a child, she witnessed the Soviet invasion and occupation of her country and the brutal oppression and persecution of her people. She became a woman rights activist and advocate and spoke at […]

Afghan fears over a Taliban deal

By Lindsey Hilsum, Updated on 19 July 2010 As Afghanistan’s President Hamid Karzai moves to negotiate with the Taliban, International Editor Lindsey Hilsum travels to Bamiyan, to meet the female governor who fears that her people will be the ones “to have to make sacrifices”. Afghanistan’s only female provincial governor has a dilemma. Habiba Sorabi […]

Dai Fu Martial Arts Organization

Dai Fu is a new and interesting game, which has been created since 1994. It’s organizer is Professor Mohommad Haideriyan. Expert instructor, who has skill in various games. Namely, Kung Fu, Wushu, Tikwandu, gymnastic, Kick Box and Yoga. Dai Fu is an active game in four Province of Pakistan. With representatives/supervisors in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iran, […]

Hussain Sadiqi – mastered sholin (Chinese) kung fu

Hussain Sadiqi – mastered sholin (Chinese) kung fu, Afghanistan’s gold medal champion and award winner for the best fight scene of Australian-made action movie.

Hazaras are victims of the blame game in Afghanistan

By Kamran Mir Hazar I remember it was 2006 when a former Kabul police chief, General Ali Shah Paktiawal, told local media that the police had detained a Hazara suicide bomber before he had a chance to detonate the bomb in front of Sarai Shahzada Exchange Market. The general appeared very pleased with himself as […]

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

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