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نامه سرگشاده شاعران جهان خطاب به مردم هزاره، سازمان های حقوق بشر، اداره های مهاجرت و رهبران سیاسی جهان

نامه سرگشاده شاعران جهان خطاب به مردم هزاره، سازمان های حقوق بشر، اداره های مهاجرت و رهبران سیاسی جهان

ما شاعران از کشورهای مختلف جهان، خطاب به مردم هزاره، همبستگی کامل خود را با جنبش های مدنی و فرهنگی شما اعلام می کنیم. ما می دانیم که شما قربانی جنایات سیستماتیک به شمول نسل کشی، برده داری، کوچ اجباری، تبعیض و اشغال سرزمین تان هزارستان می باشید. با این وجود، مانند جنبش هایی که […]

An Open Letter from the Poets World-wide to the Hazara, Civil and Human Rights Organizations,  Immigration Authorities, and World Leaders

  We poets from around the world, proclaim to the Hazara people, that we are in full solidarity with your civic and cultural movements to protect your human rights. We are aware that you are victims of systematic crimes, including genocide, slavery, forced displacement, discrimination, and the invasion of your homeland, Hazaristan. However, like the […]

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لشکر 110000 کوچی عبدالرحمان تکثیر شده، کوچی طالبان قرن 21 می باشند

طالب نکتایی پوش اشرف غنی احمدزی که یکی از سران معنوی کوچی می باشد، نمونه ی تمام عیار یک هیپوکراتیک است. او در دانشگاه غرجستان وقتی از تاریخ فیض محمد کاتب هزاره و جنگ های عبدالرحمان صحبت می کند، از هزارستان (هزاره جات) نام نمی برد و آن را افغانستان مرکزی می نامد. هزارستان در […]

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مشکلات قومی و بحث‌های زبانی

گفتگوی بخش دری رادیو فرانسه با کامران میرهزار سردبیر کابل پرس CulAfgh (08:53)    

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Does this poem have the power to leave the palace?

By Kamran Mir Hazar Published on poetryinternationalblog.org (May 14th, 2010) Kabul 2007; I remember when I was invited accidently to a literary meeting in Afghanistan’s presidential palace. A man working for the president cultural adviser phoned me to say that President Hamid Karzai had invited more than 200 poets and they would be happy for me […]

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Back to the primitive past: Pashtuns stoning, trampling with horses and burning their victims with impunity

By Kamran Mir Hazar and Vikki Riley | Darwin, Australia Published in Kabul Press(Tuesday 31 January 2012) A new documentary made by Hazara director Ali Mohammadi, seen by Kabul Press shows a hitherto previously unseen dimension to the spectre of Pashtun Kuch   is crimes against Hazaras in Behsood and Daimirdad district of Maidan province in […]

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Censorship in Afghanistan: Death to journalists

By Robert Maier Published in Kabul Press (Thursday 11 March 2010) Since the beginning of the Karzai regime in 2002, twenty Afghan journalists have been murdered, and more than 200 violent physical attacks against journalists have been logged. Scores have fled Afghanistan after receiving threats against them and their families. Journalists have been sentenced to […]

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Afghanistan goes back in time

By Kamran Mir Hazar Published in Guardian (Saturday 13 June 2009) Since the fall of the Taliban, the international community has been playing a game of double-standards in Afghanistan. George Bush, for example, repeatedly talked of spreading democracy in Afghanistan but not once did he raise his voice against those accused of human rights violations. […]

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Afghanistan’s Ulama Council wages war against women

By Kamran Mir Hazar Published in (Sunday 4 March 2012) The Afghan Ulama Council has boldly proclaimed a resolution that clearly continues to violate the right’s of women. “Ulama” is the plural form of the Arabic word “Alem” meaning “scholar”, but by no means have these men used the distinguished thoughts of a scholar to […]

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Asadullah Khalid’s Mafia

By Kamran Mir Hazar and Robert Maier Published in Kabul Press (Sunday 3 May 2009) Several sources have revealed to KabulPress that Asadullah Khalid, former governor of Kandahar is involved in widespread misuse and abuse of government funds. These sources say that despite being discharged from his position in Ghazni many years ago and recently from […]

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