8am: A public source, speaking on condition of anonymity, told Hasht-e Subh that the Taliban district governor had told Pato residents that the land should be occupied by Pashtuns and that Kindir residents had no right to return to their land. Click here to read more (external link).
Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty October 22, 2021 Human Rights Watch (HRW) accuses the Taliban of forcibly displacing hundreds of families across Afghanistan, mainly as a form of “collective punishment” against ethnic Shi’ite Hazaras and people associated with the former government. Since the hard-line Sunni group came to power in August, the Taliban has ordered Hazaras
The Taliban court gave 2000 Hazara/Shiite families, in the fifth district of Mazar city in Balkh province three days to evacuate their homes.https://t.co/ej4LbPgIYr — Natiq Malikzada (@natiqmalikzada) October 9, 2021
Middle East Reports: “‘Austria’s greatest achievement,’ an old joke goes, “is convincing the world that Beethoven was an Austrian and Hitler a German.” Likewise, credit must go to the Pashtun (Awghan) politicians who convinced gullible foreigners and “experts” that “Afghanistan” has always existed within its present boundaries and Pashtuns are the majority population. Therefore, they
WSJ: The Taliban have displaced hundreds of families belonging to Afghanistan’s Shiite Hazara community in central Afghanistan, reinforcing fears of renewed persecution against a minority that suffered under Taliban rule in the past. The evictions this week in the Gizab district of Uruzgan province… Click here to read more (external link).
8am: Indigenous Hazaras are being forced to migrate from some villages in the Gizab region of Daikundi province. According to locals, in the first phase on Friday, about 400 families from the Gibab’s Kindir village were forced to flee to neighbouring villages or parts of Kandahar province… According to locals in Daikundi’s Gizab, the Kuchis
#BREAKING: Hazara leader, Mohammad Mohaqiq says, Taliban had forced Hazaras to leave their home in Daikundi. "I was informed that the Taliban had deployed their forces into the Kandir area, ousted Hazaras from their fertile lands & then distributed the lands to their supporters. — Tajuden Soroush (@TajudenSoroush) September 23, 2021 A letter from the
#Taliban collect their religious taxes from #Hazar, #Uzbek, and #Tajik provinces only. This is the exact policy of #AbdulRahman, their king who start stabling their historical #Emarat! It’s wired that after #democracy, Afghanistan pushed back to 300 years ago again! — Massoud Hossaini (@Massoud151) September 22, 2021
8am: “The Taliban recently evicted four Hazara families from their homes in the village of Qorban-Mordah,” he says. “These four families have taken refuge to our village – the Kuchis have now occupied their homes. They have also broken down the gates of mosques and houses.” Click here to read more (external link). Related Precarious
In his trip to Tajikistan, Pakistan PM @ImranKhanPTI said: Pashtuns make up 75 % of Afghanistan's population. What is the base of this uninformed Khan? Based on which census? As if he has counted Pashtuns of both countries. You could be smarter than that; please wake up Mr. Khan! pic.twitter.com/5Hwub1Y1CK — Dr. Latif Pedram (@LatifPedram)