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Kazim Yazdani’s Half Century of Dedication: Hazara Community Unites in Munich to Celebrate History and Solidarity

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Hazara Cultural Center - Munich, Germany
Thursday 5 October 2023

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In the heart of Munich, at the Hazara Cultural Center, a remarkable gathering unfolded, marking an extraordinary moment in the history of the Hazara community. This photo story captures the essence of a celebration that honored the enduring legacy of Hazara historian Kazim Yazdani, whose five decades of relentless dedication have documented the rich tapestry of Hazara history, as well as the unimaginable systematic crimes perpetrated against them.

On this occasion, not only did the Hazara community come together to commemorate Kazim Yazdani’s enduring efforts, but they also observed the 1st of October as World Hazara Solidarity Day, paying solemn tribute to the victims of the Hazara genocide. Join us as we navigate through these poignant and powerful moments of unity, remembrance, and the unwavering spirit of the Hazara people in Munich, Germany.



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