Hazara Massacre Continues in Afghanistan

The July 23rd, 2016 attack on peaceful Hazara protesters was the deadliest attack since the fall of the Taliban regime in 2001. 107 Hazaras, the majority of whom were university students, were killed and over 500 others were wounded in a double suicide attack followed by a volley of gunfire by unknown gunmen. Although the…

Sorry Latifa, You are a Hazara !

by an Independent Journalist ; Muhammad Younas  It was a pleasant day in Lal-o-Sar Jangal, Ghor Province Afghanistan. Latifa was thrilled since morning because she was going to Kabul City with her husband today for the honeymoon. Her husband, Nauroz had already told her to get all necessary stuff ready by 10pm. Nearly a month ago,…

The Truth Behind The Hazara Genocide

By Saif Khan Shia killings in Quetta, or call it the Hazara genocide, owe not only condemnation but also an explanation. How come that in a specific time in history of the province, its Shia citizens face a brutal massacre? Researches reveal that the causes have always been international political environment and the state policies…