Posted by: Editor | August 8, 2008

“They were like sheep without a shepherd”

By:  Anonymous, Australia

Sydney: The words in the title are from a religious text. They should portray the horrible condition of Australia’s Hazara Community, similar to that of ancient Israelites, no sense of direction, responsibility, consciousness or care; obedient to the tides of time wherever they are taken. To paint an even simpler picture for yourselves, you imagine prisoners without a sense of the world outside prison gates suddenly released into the civilized society-that should give you an idea of psychological, ideological and physical desperation and exhaustion the Hazaras in Australia suffer from, 99 percent of them at least!

Be it on the streets of Auburn in Western Sydney or the markets of Dendenong in Melbourne, there are grim reminders of Surai Namak/Ali Abad as Naswaris spit out riches, Hajis count their dollars, Zawaris sell their “holy soil”, boys try out gangster sunglasses, poses, haircuts and gangster language; women run for their lives from the fear of being seen in the street, girls try the latest weightless technology, Martiko discuss the prospect of getting a or another wife, Moisafeeds boast about the value of the houses and cars being purchased by their relatives. You might also spot about a few new arrivals who have no clue as what in Naptune’s name is going on these streets and have yet to absorb the shocking change in their worlds. Once inside their new prison wards also known as homes, women either continue their never ending whining on how much they miss the bygone days or resort to watching another of those old age Hindi movies to forget their worries for the evening. Imagine many of these talk shows coming in one of those ten times a week Mehmaanis. Yes, they do get together on more than regular basis. Now these parties are what i call the ideal mix of spice, similar to long hours of nonstop pointless idiotic chattering on Bakul Stop. Mullahs head these gatherings and forward their agendas on the benefits of Hajj and Khoms, tales of Arab warfare, the righteousness of people in Tehran, the Sawabs of keeping girls indoors, the countless faults of the society they have willfully chosen to live in, the supposed moral inferiority of the West, the supposed superiority of their religion over the religion of the host country and other tasteless works of fiction. The Sirchandaas and Rishsafeeds nod their heads with agreement followed by a quick “Balay, Balay”. And the common men put thier heads down, sit motionless and listen to the Haji Agha without uttering a word or using a single brain cell.

Upon descending on their rest houses, the nobles report to their Sirchanda and discuss the strategies to catch up with the opposite Chanda or Taayefa in terms of size, Mehmaanis and money. This is followed by the swift calculation of the amount they will be paid in unemployment welfare plus the income from their secret, tax-free jobs. Plans are then set out as to where they will do their next shopping for the latest model of clothes and accessories. A few burps later they remember the fact that they have not paid the fat, rich Mullah for a month and for the grace of Neptune and a Khana in paradise, they and their Qaum should contribute and help the Haji Agha or Sayeds get fatter, lazier and richer. Next comes sound sleep without a single thing to worry about. Obviously, if you are not paying attention you won’t have a worry.

This is a typical afternoon in the life of the typical Hazaras in Australia. It is worth mentioning that you will find many not so typical but stereotypes are certain to remain the majority for the foreseeable future, most of whom still mock each other for having lived in Iran, Pakistan or Syria.

It is sad but it is true. The social underdogs of Pakistani and Afghan societies are once again hell bent on becoming the underdogs of the society down here. It is not the lack of academic literacy that seems to be the problem but ignorance and idiosyncrasy of the masses, the fact that most these Hazaras have never been through war and serious subjugation but in their days make up the better-off economic class of the suburbs they came from. Furthermore the sheer scale of this “problem” is dire and denies the poverty stricken people back in Pakistan and Hazaristan, the much needed helping hand. Many in the community are aware of it but either are powerless by the donkey and Einstein principle or have turned a blind eye out of frustration and choice. Those with people skills are busy expanding their Taayefa Bazi or spreading religious ignorance. And the few others are too busy supporting their families and relatives back in Pakistan and Hazaristan to worry about any of that. The few accessible social evens are spent digging up old graves, rivaling over who can come up with the biggest feast, spending time and energy crying over  Arabian folk tales, celebrating Hazara Islamists. In the midst of all these it is fascinating to see males and females deflect towards the opposite ends of the venue as if they were  like poles of two magnet bars.

Anyways, if you have your hopes tied up on with the performance of the diaspora down here, you had better be less hopeful as the actions down here won’t yield the results that could fulfill your and our immediate and less immediate needs. If you expect the Hazara diaspora to repeat the post World War II success story of the Jewish immigrants, you might have to wait longer that you or we, as people, could afford to.

To end it all on a positive note, let’s all understand that if we can’t afford to be disappointed, we can all afford to be responsible individuals who CAN at least, every now and then, give this struggling engine of ours a good push.


  1. Writer narrated truely, but such a rapid change can not be stopped, bcoz most of the people went to Australia from poor masses. Ethinically hazaras due to worst discrimination, the identity of hazaras in Afghanistan are remained and save and their accessibility were only to brick plants of iran or coal mines of Quetta. The worst deteriorated hazaras are of iran, who were always drastrically discriminating in Iran by the racist Irani persians looking the hazaras in the context of mongol hordes like changaiz khan, halako khan and subsequently Ailkhans who ruled irani persian for more than 300 years. That is why this ethnical discrimination is continue. The most dangerous act of irani persian racist are that they kept the hazaras morally down, economically instable, educationally backward and politically with no importance. Irani racist like the hazaras to work and favour them as shia against iran, but they hate hazaras as moghol or mongol. During the last decades war in Kabul, irani racist completely favoured the Tajiks and equally ignored the hazaras, even irani intelligence is involve in the murder of Baba Mazari bcoz he was nationalist mullah. Irani racists transport huge arms cache to Badakhshan for Tajiks but photo of khomini and packets of Khorma for Hazaras to Bamyan. Now may also discuss the hazaras of Pakistan in opposite to Afghanistan. Hazaras of Pakistan maintained their identity vigorously, They have hundreds of officers in Pakistan Army, Lady Fighter Pilot in Pakistan Air Force, 100s of bureacrats in Pakistani state establishment, best and high education rate, good economical position, high moral and the best is “extremely known as Hazara” despite the fact they are 100 urbanized. But the facts in Australia is different, the hazaras went there were a gallon of water poured into pacific ocean, and they will loose their identity in the running generation.

    • Ya it is true that if we may bifurcate the hazaras, the hazaras of Quetta r precious and good in every field. Hazaras of Afghanistan can not blame because they were under extreme pressure of Durrani and onward they were also not spared in communist era by some ethnic communist leaders. Hazaras in Iran they due to worst discrimination almost left every thing and they can count as hazara only, otherwise they are totally demolished by racist Irani persian and irani mullahs are in continuance favouring Tajiks instead of Hazaras. It is also true that Iranian like hazaras as Shia only and not as Hazara or mongol. They love the hazara shia to abuse americans but they hate those who claims to be Hazara. It is my personal opinion that what did by Iranian with Hazaras in Afghan politics, the losses are more than the losses we received from our other ethnic rivals. Iranian politically destroyed the hazaras in Afghanistan. If some one loves Iran, they may go to Irani Mashad and look the demoralized hazaras around the city.

    Refering to MUllah and Relligion.sure Mullahism is weakening piller in all muslim Societies but in above article the writer is openly attacking on Religion islam and Ulemas.about which I say ” it is trend today to reflect as Moderate and progressive talk against Islam”.saterizing Azadari Imam hussain definitly the writer belongs to those who openly announce”we want night Clubs no hussainiya ,No Imambaragha”

  3. Mr syed plz not comment more!
    It will bring more hatrat !

    Request for all

    Comments not suggestions!

  4. I appritiate dreams because some day DREAMS BECOMES A REALITY.
    I appeal to all of OUR poets, intilectuals, writers and openion makers to twll US some very ASTONISSING and WONDERFULL WORLD……..



  5. ooooops, the author forgot to mention the Streets of ADELAIDE.

  6. I think the best solution for growing uncertainity and humiliation is to get conncected with each other in some form of meetings and at the same time participate in the mainstream social activities. We have to embrace our new social values and be part of it.

  7. In the name of Bamiyan …….
    well fellows it is good to hear to try ……come from now advertise our state independancy lets fight for it…with our minds and our souls and our earnings with our sons and daughter and brothers and sisters …….. lets fight for provicial autonomous of hazarajat provices….who ever, where ever..lets try accepting our hazaras who worship dogs and cats… lets try to accept our poor and needy….lets try to think of a stronghold of our own…lets try to have a God of our own….a land of or own……there are alot to try ….first try for somewhere from where u could launch a space shattle of ur own…where u could build a mosque,temple and a disco club of ur own…..where u feel free ….where the air realize u of ur own……where u are hazara not a afgani ,pakistani, irani or auropai ,australiai……come lets try …..first from our selves …are u ready for such a place on earth……..every one…..
    or after our efforts u will admit and come and start living with an artificial and fake smile and
    fake pride ….coz it is for u but u dont deserve….
    u than wont enjoy..coz u have not been trying …..
    it is now and never….
    try it……….

  8. Salam tmam QAUMA.
    What fabulos and EYE opening articles……..
    It is not just the REALITY in AUSTERALIA same is the conditions of HAZARAS all over the WORLD..
    But if we want to change this the YOUNGERS have to come FORWARD and have to prove that we have GOT a LESSON from our PAST..
    Lets try and hope than for something GOOD.
    NOT just making suggestions..

  9. Contents of the second link:

    History and origins

    One theory states that the Hazara may have mainly Mongolian origins with some Caucasoid admixture, as evidenced by physical attributes and parts of their culture and language. It is commonly believed that the Hazara are descendants of the armies and settlers of Genghis Khan’s Mongolians, which marched into the area in the 12th century. Oral traditions among Hazaras claim direct descent from Genghis Khan himself. Studies in genetic genealogy have identified a particular lineage of the Y-chromosome characteristic of people of Mongolian descent (“the Y-chromosome of Genghis Khan”). This chromosome is virtually absent outside the limits of the Mongol empire except amongst the Hazara people, where it reaches highest frequency anywhere. About two thirds of their sample Hazara males carry a Y chromosome from this lineage[3] Typical Caucasoid skull Caucasoid is a racial classification usually used as part of a phenotypal system, also including other classifications such as Australoid, Mongoloid, Negroid, and sometimes others such as Capoid. … For other uses, see Genghis Khan (disambiguation). … Genetic genealogy is the application of genetics to traditional genealogy. … This article or section does not cite its references or sources. … For other uses, see Genghis Khan (disambiguation). …

    There are also beliefs holding Hazaras as descendants of the Koshanis [2], the ancient dwellers of Afghanistan famous for constructing the Buddhas of Bamyan; proponents of the view hold the geography of Hazara homeland and the similarity in the facial features of the Hazaras and those on the frescoes and Buddhas statues in Bamiyan. Other theories hold Hazaras as people of Turkic origin. Proponents of the Mongol view hold that many of the Mongol soldiers and their families settled in the area and remained there after the Mongol Empire dissolved in the thirteenth century, converting to Islam and adopting local customs (cultural diffusion). Boundary of the Kushan empire, c. … One of the Buddhas of Bamyan as it stood in 1963. … Expansion of the Mongol Empire Another picture of Mongol Empire The Mongol Empire (Mongolian: Их Монгол УлÑ�, literally meaning Greater Mongol Nation; 1206–1405) was the largest contiguous land empire in history, covering over 33 million km² [1] (12 million square miles) at its peak, with an estimated population of over 100 million… Islam (Arabic: ) is a monotheistic religion based upon the teachings of Muhammad, a 7th century Arab religious and political figure. … It has been suggested that this article or section be merged with Diffusionism. …

    However, the main Mongolian mixing theory is contested on the basis of historical events surrounding Genghis Khan’s invasion of what today constitutes central Afghanistan. The invading Mongol armies encountered fierce resistance from the locals around Bamyan, who may have had physical features like the invading Mongols.[citation needed] [3] This suggests that people with Mongolian features inhabited central Afghanistan, possibly of Uyghur Turkic origin, long before Genghis Khan’s invasion and probably arrived there in much earlier waves of migration out of Central Asia.[citation needed] Bamiyan province is one of the thirty_four provinces of Afghanistan. … This article or section needs copy editing for grammar, style, cohesion, tone and/or spelling. … This article is about the various peoples speaking one of the Turkic languages. … Map of Central Asia showing three sets of possible boundaries for the region Central Asia located as a region of the world Central Asia is a vast landlocked region of Asia. …
    A Hazara girl wearing traditional decorated attire
    A Hazara girl wearing traditional decorated attire

    Historical records also mention that in a particularly bloody battle around Bamyan, Genghis Khan’s grandson Motochin was killed. He ordered Bamyan burnt to the ground in retribution, renaming it Ma-Obaliq (“Uninhabitable Abode”). Image File history File linksMetadata Hazara_Girl. … Image File history File linksMetadata Hazara_Girl. … Bamyan is a town in central Afghanistan, the capital of Bamyan Province. …

    After the fall of the Il-Khan empire in Persia, the Safavid Shah Abbas drove out the Mongols from Persia to their eastern province of Khorasan (present-day Afghanistan). Some sources say he drove out the Uzbeks but the distinction is unclear. Around 1550, the first mention of Hazaras are made by the court historians of Shah Abbas, as well as in the Baburnama distinguishing Hazaras from the Chughtai Uzbeks. This is when the national identity of Hazaras apparently began. The Ilkhanate (also spelled Il-khanate or Il Khanate) was one of the four divisions within the Mongol Empire. … The Persian Empire was a series of historical empires that ruled over the Iranian plateau, the old Persian homeland, and beyond in Western Asia, Central Asia and the Caucasus. … The Safavids were a long-lasting Turkic-speaking Iranian dynasty that ruled from 1501 to 1736 and first established Shiite Islam as Persias official religion. … Shah Abbas I of Safavid at a banquet Detail from a celing fresco; Chehel Sotoun palace; Isfahan Shah Abbas King of the Persians Copper engraving by Dominicus Custos, from his Atrium heroicum Caesarum pub. … Khorasan (Persian: خراسان) (also transcribed as Khurasan and Khorassan; Horasan in Turkish) is a region located in eastern Iran. … Shah Abbas I of Safavid at a banquet Detail from a celing fresco; Chehel Sotoun palace; Isfahan Shah Abbas King of the Persians Copper engraving by Dominicus Custos, from his Atrium heroicum Caesarum pub. … BÄ�burnÄ�ma (Chaghatay/Persian: ‎ ; literally: Book of Babur or Letters of Babur) are the memoirs of ZÄ�hir ud-DÄ«n Mohammad ZÄ�hir ud-DÄ«n Mohammad BÄ�bur (1483-1530), the founder of the Mughal Empire and the great-great-great-grandson of Timur. … Chagatai Khan (alternative spellings Chagata, Chugta, Chagta, Djagatai) was the second son of Genghis Khan. …


    The Hazaragi language is a distinctive dialect of the Persian language, with some Mongolian and Turkish vocabulary. Many of the urban Hazaras in the larger cities of Kabul and Mazari Sharif speak Dari, while Hazaras from the Dai Kundi and Dai Zangi regions have the many admixture of the Mongolian in their language. Hazaras in Quetta, Pakistan date back to around 1890, and use more Urdu and English words. Hazaragi is a dialect of the Persian language, with the main deviation from Farsi and Dari being a larger borrowing of Turkic and Mongolian vocabulary. … A dialect (from the Greek word διάλεκτος, dialektos) is a variety of a language characteristic of a particular group of the languages speakers. … Persian (Local names: Ù�ارسی Fârsi or پارسی Pârsi)* is an Indo-European language spoken in Iran, Afghanistan and Tajikistan as well as by minorities in Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, India, Pakistan, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Southern Russia, neighboring countries, and elsewhere. … For other places with the same name, see Kabul (disambiguation). … Mazari Sharif, also known as Mazar-i Sharif or MazÄ�r-e SharÄ«f (Persian: ‎ ), is the fourth largest city of Afghanistan, with population of 300,600 people (2006 official estimate). … Dari is a term used to denote one of several closely related Persian dialects spoken in what used to be Greater Khorasan: The official name for the Persian language in Afghanistan; see Dari (Afghanistan) One name used by Zoroastrians (the others being Gabri and Yazdi) to refer to the Northwestern… Quetta (Urdu: کوئٹÛ�) is the capital of the province Balochistan in Pakistan. … 1890 (MDCCCXC) was a common year starting on Wednesday (see link for calendar) of the Gregorian calendar (or a common year starting on Friday of the Julian calendar). … (, historically spelled Ordu), is an Middle Eastern-Aryan language. … The English language is a West Germanic language that originates in England. …


    Hazaras are predominantly Shia Muslims, although there are significant populations of Sunni and Ismaili Hazaras in north and northwestern Afghanistan. Often Sunni Hazaras can blur the lines with the Tajiks and Pashtuns. Shiʻa Islam (Arabic شيعى follower; English has traditionally used Shiite) makes up the second largest sect of believers in Islam, constituting about 30%–35% of all Muslim. … There is also a collection of Hadith called Sahih Muslim A Muslim (Arabic: مسلم, Persian: Mosalman or Mosalmon Urdu: مسلمان, Turkish: Müslüman, Albanian: Mysliman, Bosnian: Musliman) is an adherent of the religion of Islam. … Sunni Islam (Arabic سنّة) is the largest denomination of Islam. … The IsmÄ�Ê¿Ä«lÄ« (Urdu: اسماعیلی IsmÄ�Ê¿Ä«lÄ«, Arabic: الإسماعيليون al-IsmÄ�Ê¿Ä«liyyÅ«n; Persian: اسماعیلیان EsmÄ�Ê¿Ä«liyÄ�n) branch of Islam is the second largest part of the ShÄ«a community, after the Twelvers (IthnÄ�Ê¿ashariyya). … Languages Persian (varieties of Dari and Tajik) Religions Islam (predominantly Sunni) Related ethnic groups Other Iranian peoples TÄ�jÄ«k (Persian: ; UniPers: Tâjik; Cyrillic: ) is a term generally applied to Persian-speaking peoples of Iranian origin living east of Iran. … The Pashtuns (also Pushtun, Pakhtun, or ethnic Afghan; in referring to the period of the British Raj or earlier, sometimes Pathan) are an ethnic/religious group of people, living primarily in Afghanistan, Pakistan, and India who follow Pashtunwali, their indigenous religion. …

    Dr. Sima Samar, an ethnic Hazara, is the Chairperson of Afghan Independent Human Rights Commission and United Nations’ special envoy to Darfur.
    Dr. Sima Samar, an ethnic Hazara, is the Chairperson of Afghan Independent Human Rights Commission and United Nations’ special envoy to Darfur.

    In Afghanistan since the early 1990s, the Hizb-e-Wahdat political party is the most important Hazara movement. The most influential member, prior to his capture and execution by the Taliban, was Abdul Ali Mazari. This execution at the hands of the Taliban made Abdul Ali Mazari a martyr and a hero to the Hazara people. Image File history File links Sima_samar. … Image File history File links Sima_samar. … Dr. Sima Samar Dr. Sima Samar (born February 4, 1957) is the Chairperson of the Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission (AIHRC) and United Nations special envoy to Darfur Sudan. … Darfur (Arabic: , lit. … For the band, see 1990s (band). … Hizb-e-Wahdat is a political party in Afghanistan (also referred to as the Wahdat, Unity), informally representing the Hazara people of the region. … For the position of women during the Talibans rule, see Taliban treatment of women. … This article or section does not cite any references or sources. … For the position of women during the Talibans rule, see Taliban treatment of women. … This article or section does not cite any references or sources. … Heroine (female hero) redirects here. …


    Besides the major populations of Hazaras in Quetta, Pakistan and Iran, there are significant communities in Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the US, the UK and particularly the Northern European countries such as Sweden and Denmark. Many young Hazara are studing in developed countries such as Australia, legally through education or work visas. There are many Afghan Hazara who had migrated to developed countries specially in Australia as refugees (Asylum seeker) . The most notorious case was the MV Tampa incident [4] in which a shipload of refugees, mostly Hazaras, were rescued by the Norwegian freighter MV Tampa and subsequently sent to Nauru, where many refugee claims were rejected by Australia, and to New Zealand, where all claims but one were approved. Afghan Hazara refugees in Quetta, Pakistan along with their Pakistani Hazara brothern have set up a remittance economy which has led to the opening of foreign money exchange places to handle the currency coming in. Pakistan provided safe heaven for the Hazara and other Afghan refugees of the Afghan wars. Quetta (Urdu: کوئٹÛ�) is the capital of the province Balochistan in Pakistan. … Motto: (Out Of Many, One) (traditional) In God We Trust (1956 to date) Anthem: The Star-Spangled Banner Capital Washington D.C. Largest city New York City None at federal level (English de facto) Government Federal constitutional republic – President George Walker Bush (R) – Vice President Dick Cheney (R) Independence from… The MV Tampa is a Norwegian cargo ship that was at the centre of a diplomatic dispute between Australia, Norway, and Indonesia which began off the coast of Christmas Island in August 2001. … Income, generally defined, is the money that is received as a result of the normal business activities of an individual or a business. …

    A recent anthropological book, War and migration : social networks and economic strategies of the Hazaras of Afghanistan by Alessandro Monsutti argues that migration is in fact the traditional way of life of the Hazara people, referring to the seasonal and historical migrations which have never ceased and do not seem to be dictated only by emergency situations such as war.

  10. Mr. Syed, Please learn to first think and then speak. Do some research and then say something so sure. It is proved that Hazaras are Mongol descendants. Hazaras have genetic links with Mongols. And yes, opf course we have Turkish-Mongol mixed population. Have you ever seen People of Turkmanistan? They are Turks but by name but they are also Mongolian. If you put one Mongol and one Turkmanistan person side by side, you won’t be able to distinguish them. They resemble each other. The TURK is a name given to Mongol Tribe by Chines. These were the Mongols who traveled and Chines called them Turks. And Called the ones Mongols who stayed in Mongolia. So, we are all from Mongolia.
    Readings for Syed:

    1. h t t p:/ / /wiki/Hazara_people

    Genetic Research: (Proof)

    w w /encyclopedia /Hazara

    Mr. Syed, Satisfied? Read carefully and you will find all answers to your questions. It also says that Hazaras are mongols who came to Central Afg. long before Cenghiz Han and his great army. And we had a nice war with our brothers 🙂 Cenghiz Han faced a challenge there and lost his Grand son. I hope this is good reading for all visitors.

    Wish you all the best. Regards.

  11. this is your opinion mr is not provd yet that hazara,s are etnic mongol.i think mostly hazara,s are the originiol habbitant of khorasan(afgh).they were civilisd people.the example is buddha .changez came later in khorrasan.that time hazara,s ressisted changez.they massacrd people in bamiyan and other parts of afgh mostly hazara,s belief this theorie.they are not connecting them self with changez.they belief that they are real habbitant of khorrasan(afgh).

  12. @Syed
    Please mention the name of the person you are referring to in your posts. It creates confusion.

    Secondly, sometimes, common sense plays a large role in determining things. Lets have a look at some of such things related to our ethnicity:

    1. Black mark on the tail bone of a newly born baby

    2. Facial features of hazaras is in no way resembling that of Subcontinental people, nor do we look like arabs.

    3. Our language, food music etc are all more relevant to Central asia and Mongolia/china

    Now, with all the above points, its not meant to prove that Hazaras are Mongols but that we are not arabs, subcontinental or dravidians/aryans.

    p.s BATU and BATUR are different people on this forum.

  13. jak zarbulmisl ast ki zaq raft raftar kawok ra yad bigira raftar khodesh yadesh raft .i hope we should,t follow (zaq).wassalam

  14. first of all, it is not 100% sure that hazara,s are etnic mongol.there are different theories.secondly mind your language.i think you are educated guy. discuss in educated manner.

  15. It is a good but very journalistic or what we can call an emotion loaded article. Yet, I must appreciate the author. I would love such changes from time to time.

    What surprises me about the responses here is that people so easily justify the failures. People like Sami seem to be rather naive and have a very emotional and tunneled vision of the world and specially their so called modern world.

    Success has many fathers but failures are the orphans. Its not about what religion, race or region we are. Its about how thoughtful, lively and proactive we are.

    Islam is a separate debate and requires much of a philosophical argumentation and discussion with a very sound literary foundation from both sides hence I would not consider discussing it here. For those who use Kharafaat and these third grade terminologies learnt from cheapsters like Khaliq and syed inayat….go study some books which are better than those available at bookland and meezan chowk. Dont use your gutters(minds) on topics which require clarity of vision.

    For the likes of Yasin and other fellow hazaras, it is crucial to learn the skills such as anticipation, planning and executing plans by being result oriented. These plans can be as simple as helping yourself, your family, you extended families and in turn the whole community. The destiny is known and the race is for glory. Glory comes with dedication and self belief. Each one of us, have a pure side, the purity which some of you believe to be in God and the Holy family. Do not let that pure side of yours go in vain!


  16. We r the decendant of Turk Mangols not the decendant of Arabs, Indo-family(Pastun, Tajiks, I mean Arya) nor westeners or others & wear as they wear long or as well as westeners. Same goes with belive but do them as our 4fathers(Turk-Mangols)

  17. If u r a real Hazara! U will help inspipire many Hazaragi hearts n get them 2 b enriched with hopes not critisim which could make the upcoming generation disappointed.
    Or,have ever done sth 4 the betterment of Quom. R u Quoma if so don’t discuss these

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