“The government is bound to create a progressive society, which attends to the welfare of its citizens, in accordance with the values of social justice, the protection of human dignity, the supporting of human rights, the fulfillment of democratic ideals, and the establishment of national unity. The government must follow a path that gives equality to all ethnic groups and equal development to all parts of the country (Islamic Republic of Afghanistan Constitution; (Article 6) Dear (...)
The statement of the Bamyan People’s Protest in regard to the 500 KV Electricity plan (regarding its diversion from its primary route (Bamyan-Maidan Provinces)
Who is afraid of education?
1 May, by Nicole Valentini
Daykundi is one of the poorest provinces in Afghanistan. This kind of poverty is mainly due to a clear political will of the different governments that are formed in Afghanistan, despite the billions received in these years from the international community. This money has been given to the majority Pashtun areas, or more often has ended up in some corrupt politicians’ pocket. Daykundi was established as a province in 2004. That time this province had only 15 schools, today there are more (...)
Heartbreaking Photos: How Pashtun Terrorists Kill Innocent Hazara Passengers!
8 November 2015
Nation-Wide Demonstration Over 31 Kidnapped Hazaras in Afghanistan and Forced Deportation
14 April 2015, by Kazim Darwish, Najibullah Mozaffari
Photos: Jamila Ahmadi As part of the nation- wide peaceful demonstration, hundreds of people gathered on Saturday April 11th in front of Parliament House in South Australia to call for an end to the abduction of 31 kidnapped Hazaras and forced deportation of Hazara Asylum seekers from Australia. This nation-wide peaceful demonstration was set up to be launched in major cities of Australia and other diaspora communities across Europe, Canada, and Pakistan. The 31 Passengers abducted on (...)
Bring back 31 Hazaras
7 April 2015, by Basir Ahang
More than 40 days ago 31 Hazara passangers have been kidnapped from two vehicles on a highway in Zabul province while they were travelling from Kandahar to Kabul. Their families are living weeks of anguish waiting for their return. Everyone knows who is the responsible even if the government denied the Taliban involvement in the kidnapping, due to the “peace talks” with these criminals. Speaking during his first visit to Washington, yesterday President Ashraf Ghani said peace with the Taliban (...)
No Land for The Hazara Asylum Seekers
30 March 2015, by Basir Ahang, Kawa Gharji
In the year 2006 Reza and his family entered Syria and asked asylum at UNHCR office. There they found thousands of Hazara asylum seekers from Afghanistan. All of these asylum seekers had filed their asylum request at UNHCR office and were waiting for the answer.
After a time, the UNHCR office accepted their requests and recognized them as refugees. The UNHCR office offered Reza Mohammadi and his family a resettlement to a third safe country. The embassy of the United States of America (...)
How Afghan People Proved Why Afghanistan Got the Title The Worst place for Women and Children in The World
28 March 2015, by Zahra Ghaznawi
The land where women are not safe whether it is home or life outside in the society, 27 years Furkhonda, was brutally murdered on the street of Kabul by aggressive mob being wrongly accused of burning of pages of holy Quran Thursday March 20, 2015. The incident shocked the whole world by the severity of the viciousness of the society on broad day light in the presence of the Kabul city policemen. The question arises what is the job of these policemen, doesn’t their job description of (...)
Adelaide Vigil in Memory of Farkhunda and 31 Kidnapped Hazaras
28 March 2015, by Kazim Darwish
A candlelight vigil titled, Adelaide Vigil, Justice for Farkhunda held on Friday March 27 on Elder Park, Adelaide city. More than hundred Afghanistanis and Australian attended the vigil night in support of justice for Farkhunda.
Farkhunda, a 27 year- old Afghanistani woman who was falsely accused of burning Quran, attacked by angry mob of people on Thursday evening 19th of March in Kabul, Afghanistan. Farkhunda’s death shocked the whole country as well as the world. Protests and candlelight (...)
Protest against Hazara Kidnapping in Afghanistan
22 March 2015, by Zafar Shayan
Kayseri, Turkey: Dozens of Afghanistani university students and refugees have staged a protest on Sunday condemning the recent kidnapping of the Hazara passengers in Zabul, Ghazni and Farah provinces of Afghanistan. The protestors say that, the roads to the central parts of Afghanistan, especially Kabul – Kandahar highway, are the most unsecured places where many people, mostly Hazaras, are being beheaded, kidnapped and targeted by the Taliban. According to the constitution of Afghanistan, (...)
25 November 2014, by Muhammad Younas
It was early morning of on28th of October 2014. Sahar’s mother was busy preparing breakfast in the kitchen while her father, Sakhi, was getting himself ready to go to work. He looked at his motorcycle in the backyard of the home, walked to it, checked the wheels and cleaned it up with a piece of cloth. Sarah Botool “Can you wake the children up?” his wife shouted out from the kitchen. “OK,” Sakhi said and walked to the children’s room. He slowly pushed the door open and quietly popped his head (...)