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    our world and what they go through? The ethnic group known as the Hazara are visually‚ linguistically and religiously different from all the other people around them. Because of these differences‚ they have long been discriminated and persecuted by many groups. One of these groups is the Taliban. They ideals are demonstrated by torturing‚ murdering and abusing others. One of the cultural groups they do not approve of is the Hazara. Things have been looking better but they are still threatened and

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    The Hazaras are Muslims in Afghanistan that belong to the Shia‚ Sunni‚ and Ismaili sects of Islam‚ but the majority are Shiites‚ while the Pashtuns‚ are Sunnis. The Hazaras are viewed as a minority by the Pashtuns.The Hazaras are divided into three groups‚ those in the North‚ those in the West‚ and those in the Hazarajat. About 25% of Afghanistan’s population is made up of Hazara’s‚ but it is very hard to take an accurate census of them because they live in such remote and secluded areas where they

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    "Hassan‚ The Hazara" I recall Hassan‚ a character from Khaled Hosseini’s "The Kite Runner". Hassan‚ could not go to school‚ or live the life of a normal child. He was bound to forgo any educational pursuits and dedicate his time and energy to drudgery. This was because of his being a Hazara. The Afghan society of that time‚ despised and belittled Hazaras. Thus‚ the latter were always subject to discrimination. Moreover‚ there was no choice they could make. Society had stigmatized their race concurrently

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    been against the persecution of minorities 2. It has badly affected the image of the country throughout the world 3. More than 800 Hazaras have been killed only in Pakistan during the last decade Don’t confuse HAZARA with HAZARAWAAL HAZARA: the separate Persian speaking ethnic group mostly living in Afghanistan HAZARAWAL: The people living In HAZARA District‚ in KHYBER PAKHTUNKHWA province of Pakistan. HINDKU is their mother tongue. Theories about their origin: The first theory suggests

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    Islam‚ and a symbol of doing good‚ and bringing people around to an Islamic viewpoint‚ and imposing law and order. It was a name that was initially welcomed by the Afghan people. To understand the enmity between the Hazaras and Iran and the Taliban it is very important to clarify here that the Hazars and Iranians are Shias while the Taliban are mostly Sunnis. And for me‚ the main reason why the Taliban hate Hazaras and Iran and why Iran and Hazaras hate Taliban is because of the one mentioned above

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    Kent Luong The Social Differences of the Afghanistan People In Afghanistan‚ there are many ethnic groups among whom segregation exists. Imagine being a part of one that’s really looked down upon. The life of that person would be so cruel that nobody would be able to even imagine the misery and the pain that they have to endure. Afghanistan is a country with immense diversity due to the different ethnic groups that it has had for a very long time. Despite living in the same country for hundreds

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    includes all kinds of the Hazara people‚ including minorities of Sunni Hazara and Ismaili Shia Hazara. In 1747 when Afghanistan was originally founded‚ Pashtun had the vast majority of the state. It wasn’t until the Hazaras immigrated to Kabul in the second half of the twentieth century‚ that their religious‚ ideological‚ economic‚ geographic‚ and linguistic characteristics were threatened. The idea of their culture being over ruled‚ forced the Pashtun to hate the Hazara and attempt to hinder their

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    power. In Afghanistan‚ the ethnic group‚ the Pashtuns‚ are the higher class and the Hazaras are the lower class. Women are also seen as a social class/group as they are oppressed as well. The Pashtuns and men have privilege and power as the Hazaras and women have little to no power and privilege. In the book The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini‚ women‚ Pashtuns‚ and Hazaras are each present

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    On Culture‚ Clashes‚ and Kite Running In his novel‚ The Kite Runner‚ Khaled Hosseini depicts his homeland Afghanistan as a host to many different cultures and classes‚ such as Pashtun and Hazara‚ Sunni and Shiite‚ with this dichotomy of beliefs and attributes being powerful enough to shape diverse‚ sometimes negative relationships amongst the characters of the novel and their behavior to each other‚ as well as establish that individual’s identity. Each person interprets the impact of the role of

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    Kite Runner is based on two boys named Amir and Hassan. Amir is from an upper class‚ called the Pashtuns and Hassan is from a lower class‚ called the Hazaras. Pashtuns are Afghanistan’s largest ethnic group. Pashtuns are Sunni Muslims and Hazaras are Shi’a Muslims. Pashtuns consider Hazaras a disgrace to Islam and are considered a minority. Hazaras have been discriminated for many centuries. Because of this class difference‚ there are limitations to Amir and Hassan’s relationship. The Kite Runner

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