Posted by: Editor | April 14, 2012

Hazara Genocide Portrayed in Arts

Following are some art work by a Hazara artist portraying the systematic genocide of Hazaras in Quetta, Pakistan. Anonymity on request.

The following painting reflects the attack on a shoe-maker shop on Monday, April 09 killing six Hazaras.

This one portrays the attack on a passanger van killing 10 on Thursday, March 29.

On September 20, 2011, at least 26 Hazara were taken out of a bus and slaughtered in Mastung.

Gunmen opened fire on a van carrying Hazara passangers from Hazara Town to Marriabad and killed 11 people on July 30, 2011.

8 Hazaras were killed on May 04, 2011 when armed men opened fire with rocket launched on a graveyard in Hazara Town, Quetta.

6 Hazara vegetable-sellers were killed on Sariab Road on March 18, 2011.

80 Hazaras were killed on March 2, 2004 when a group of suicide bombers attacked religious procession on Ashura in Quetta.

Over 60 Hazaras were killed on July 04, 2003 when suicide bombers attacked Hazara Imambaragah in Quetta.


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  1. How can they pretend they’re muslims when they kill their own brothers?


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