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Farkhondeh and the Hazara will be a bellwether for what happens next in Afghanistan.
Election turnout is always amongst the highest in Hazara regions.
Since the Taliban’s overthrow, Farkhondeh and other Hazara youth have poured themselves into this vision of a new Afghanistan.
Last month’s horrific attack on schoolgirls took place in a predominantly Hazara community in Kabul, although the Taliban blamed Islamic State for that carnage.
She received a medical degree from Kabul University in 1982, the first Hazara woman to do so.This Afghan Crusader Should Have Beaten Obama for the Nobel|Nick Fouriezos|October 11, 2020|Ozy
Qais is an Afghan of mixed ethnic heritage, self-described as “a Pashtun with Hazara eyes.”A Carpet Weaver’s Essential Afghan Memoir: Qais Akbar Omar’s ‘A Fort of Nine Towers’|John Kael Weston|June 6, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The twin attacks in Quetta, he says, specifically targeted the local minority Shia (or Hazara) community.
The worst attack occurred after nightfall on Thursday at a snooker club in Quetta in an area frequented by Hazara Shia Muslims.
Accordingly, two columns were employed, the base of one being in the Peshawar valley, and that of the other in Hazara.Forty-one years in India|Frederick Sleigh Roberts
For many months the Hazara highlands are buried under successive sheets of snowdrift.
Expert native authorities have a very high opinion of the handiness of Hazara slave girls.
Nearly every well-to-do establishment in Afghan Turkistan has one or two Hazara slaves.
The Afghan force consisted largely of cavalry, as did that of the gallant Hazara chief, Yezdambaksh.