Posted by: Editor | April 26, 2012

Hazara Genocide: Protests in Bamyan, Afghanistan

Thousands of people marched in Bamiyan city against the systematic genocide of Hazaras in Quetta, Pakistan.

As the attacks continue on Hazara getting deadlier with each day, a worldwide protests is being held in Europe, Australia, America and Asian countries. Two large protest rallies were taken out in Hazarajat–the mainland of Hazaras in Afghanistan–in Bamiyan and Daikundi provinces on April 24 and 25.

Thousands of people marched on the main road of Bamiyan city on Tuesday, April 24. Human rights activists were holding banners and placards with slogans calling the United Nations to take notice of the systematic genocide of Hazaras in Quetta, Pakistan.

Speakers urged the international community to pressurize Pakistani security establishment to stop the genocide in Quetta. They marched to the regional office of the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan and demanded them to convey their message to the UN Headquarters in New York to take notice of a genocide-in-making in Quetta, Pakistan.


Responses

  1. Thanks to our beloved nation in Bamyan.
    Hazaras of Quetta can’t pay the price of each step of your protest and each scream came out of your mouth.
    Thanks for feeling our pain.


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