8am: Abdul Rauf Hakimi, the brother of Aminullah Mali Hakimi, one of the victims of the Taliban offensive on civilians in Sewak village, Daikundi, in an open letter addressed to the international community on Friday (December 2nd) said that the attack on Daikundi is part of the Taliban’s broader agenda to exterminate and persecute Hazaras.
The Emory Wheel: Hazaras are a religious and ethnic minority; Hazara Afghans predominately practice the Shi’a sect of Islam, while most of Afghanistan’s other ethnic groups follow the Sunni sect. As such, Hazaras find themselves excluded from general civil society and are particularly vulnerable to discrimination along ethnic and religious lines. According to Hamkar, many
8am: Following the protests against the terrorist attack on the “Kaaj Educational Center in west Kabul, Afghan citizens have been staged protests in several cities around the world chanting the slogan “Stop Hazara Genocide”. Hundreds of people on Sunday, October 16 gathered in the cities of Lyon and Lille in France, Strasbourg in Germany, Glasgow
8am: The deadly attack on the Kaaj Educational Training Center in the Dasht-e Barchi area in the west of Kabul, which killed more than 50 people and wounded 110 others, caused widespread protests inside and outside the country. Incited female students and female protesters started a march a day after this attack. These protests were
8am: The suicide attack on the Kaaj Educational Training Center in the west of Kabul city, which led to the death and injury of more than 100 teenage students, has resulted in widespread domestic and international reactions. The scope of these reactions has expanded from Kabul to America, Europe, and many countries of the world.
Atalayar: The Hazara community, one of the ethnic groups in Afghanistan that have suffered the most persecution throughout its history, stands out in this regard. Life for the Hazaras has never been easy due to their differences with the rest of the Afghan communities, in particular with the Pashtuns, one of the main ethnic groups in the
8am: Yesterday, the Indian police prevented the protests of Afghan citizens in Delhi by arresting a number of protesters. In response to the New Delhi Police, Amnesty International asked India on Twitter on Thursday (October 6th) to release the Afghan protesters. Amnesty International has added that the protestors of the deadly attack on the Kaj
ClearanceJobs: Afghans, especially Hazaras, and human rights activists around the world are demanding more be done. The Hazara people have been specifically targeted by terrorists, tyrants, and militias for decades. Click here to read more (external link).
By RFE/RL’s Radio Azadi Abubakar Siddique October 4, 2022 A deadly suicide bombing that killed dozens of Afghan girls and women last week has triggered some of the largest and most sustained protests against Taliban rule since the militant group seized power last year. At least 52 people, mostly female students, were killed on September 30
Khaama: Women marched in protest against the Kaaj tragedy in Bamyan province in central Afghanistan after similar demonstrations in Kabul and Herat provinces. The demonstrator women said that no one is safe in a place where “suicides and explosions” are mentioned with pride. They cite Kaaj’s attack as an egregious example of the genocide of