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.
Ghani’s Missed Opportunity: The Hazara Enlightenment Movement
By Sayed Ziafatullah Saeedi
One of Ghani’s mistakes in office was his confrontation with the Enlightenment Movement.
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.
TUTAP Power Project Reopens Old Wounds in Afghanistan
By Safiullah Taye
The Hazara minority accuses the government of discrimination in changing the planned route.
ISIS Kills at Least 80 in Deadly Suicide Attack in Kabul
By Franz-Stefan Gady
Two suicide bombers struck a peaceful demonstration in Kabul today killing at least 80 and wounding over 230 people.