The persecution of the Hazaras: Afghan Shiites targeted by deadly attacks
22 October 2022 | 5:08 pm
Afghanistan's Hazara community, a Shiite minority, is regularly targeted by the Afghan branch of the Islamic State (IS) group, which considers Hazaras as heretics. Dozens of people, mostly girls, were killed in an attack on an education centre in a Shiite neighbourhood of Kabul on September 30.
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