Association for Defending Victims of Terrorism – According to the Shafqna News Agency, after the terrorist attack on the Kaaj educational center in the west of Kabul, which resulted in the death and injury of more than a hundred students, mostly Hazara girls, for the first time all of the Afghan ethnic groups protested against the genocide of Hazara in Afghanistan in 96 countries.
Afghan citizens in US, Australia, Canada, Germany, New Zealand, Indonesia and many other countries gathered on Saturday, 8 October, and protested what they call the “Genocide of the Hazara”.
The protesters demanded that the “genocide of the Hazara” be recognized and the perpetrators be prosecuted.
So far, dozens of national and international figures, including politicians, artists and authors, have joined the campaign to end violence in Afghanistan, especially against the Hazara.
The hashtag “Stop the Genocide of Hazara” has been shared several million times on Twitter.
It should be noted that the protests against the “Hazara genocide” rose after the suicide attack on the Kaaj educational center in the west of Kabul, and now it has become worldwide.