Posted by: Editor | May 1, 2012

Protest in Germany against Hazara Genocide

Protest demonstration in Germany against Hazara genocide in Quetta, Pakistan.

A protest demonstration was held in Hamburg city of Germany on April 28 to condemn the genocide of Hazara ethnic minority in Quetta city of Pakistan. Protesters were holding banners and placards with slogans urging the international community to take action and stop a genocide-in-making. Placards read “Stop Hazara Genocide” in German language.

A stall was set for passers by to get information about the persecution of Hazaras in Quetta. Photos of the victims were on display to show how a merciless group of bloodthirsty sectarian terrorists of Lashkar-e-Jhangvi have besieged a an ethnic minority of of 600,000 people in Quetta, Pakistan.

Speakers strongly condemned the Government of Pakistan for its negligence of the killings. They said not a single LeJ terrorist has been prosecuted. They also talked of administration complicity in Hazara killings, saying top LeJ terrorists broke away a high-profile jail in 2009, and since then attacks have become a routine.

The protesters urged the international community, United Nations and human rights organizations to stop a genocide-in-making by putting pressure on Pakistani Government to launch a crackdown against a bunch of sectarian terrorists.

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