Death Toll in Last Week’s Kabul School Blast Climbs to 52
By Fazel Rahman Faizi
The blast was one of the bloodiest attacks since the Taliban seized control of Afghanistan more than a year ago.
‘It Doesn’t Matter If We Get Killed,’ Afghanistan’s Hazaras Speak Out
By Nilly Kohzad
Hazaras targeted in repeated attacks in Taliban-led Afghanistan share their deep concerns and dreams of a better future.
Remember Afghanistan’s Hazaras
By Knox Thames
Can anything be done to help the Hazaras in Afghanistan?
School Bombing Latest Tragedy for Afghanistan’s Hazaras
By Ezzatullah Mehrdad
Afghanistan’s Hazaras have long been persecuted and over the last 20 years targeted in attacks of increasingly cruelty.
School Attacks on Afghanistan’s Hazaras Are Only the Beginning
By Sitarah Mohammadi and Sajjad Askary
The gruesome massacre of May 8 was sadly not an outlier. Afghanistan’s Hazaras are genuinely fearful for their lives.
Pakistan Continues to Sacrifice Shia Hazaras to Safeguard Jihadist ‘Assets’
By Kunwar Khuldune Shahid
A wide array of causes has led to Pakistan adopting a decades-old policy of appeasement toward anti-Shia militancy. The Hazaras pay the price.
Why Are the Taliban Wooing a Persecuted Afghanistan Minority Group?
By Yatharth Kachiar
Reports that the Taliban have recruited a Hazara leader are part of broader efforts to change the militant group’s image.
Fear and Loathing in Balochistan
By Muhammad Akbar Notezai
Terror attacks and violence continues to plague the province – and the Hazaras bear the brunt of the danger.
Hazaras Gripped by Religious Extremism in Balochistan
By Maisam Iltaf
More than 2,000 Hazaras have been killed since 2004, with the latest deadly attack on April 12.
A New Turn in the Taliban’s War: Hazarajat Under Siege
By Rustam Ali Seerat and Rahmatullah Batoor
The Ghani government’s negligence when it comes to non-Pashtuns is clear.