Posted by: Editor | May 1, 2012

Protest in Stockholm, Sweden against Hazara Genocide

Hundreds protest in Stockholm, Sweden against Hazara genocide in Quetta, Pakistan.

A protest demonstration was held in Stockholm, Sweden on April 27 against the systematic genocide of Hazara ethnic minority in Quetta, Pakistan.

Protesters and human rights activists were holding banners and placards that read; “Stop Hazara Genocide in Quetta, Pakistan”. Swedish human rights activists spoke to protesters and strongly condemned the Government of Pakistan for its utter failure to provide security to Hazaras in Quetta. They demanded international bodies to take notice of a genocide-in-making.

Some protesters were holding placards with signs criticizing media’s negligence of a humanitarian crisis with an ethnic minority in Quetta city of Pakistan, where people are living in fear, and thousands have migrated. They urged international media to highlight the plight of 600,000 Hazaras in Quetta, Pakistan, who are being killed routinely by sectarian terrorists with impunity.

Pakistani Ambassador to Sweden Addressing Protesters

Protesters Shouting Slogans in front of Pak Embassy, Sweden

A Speaker Addressing Protesters


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