Back to the primitive past: Pashtuns stoning, trampling with horses and burning their victims with impunity
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Tuesday 31 January 2012, by Kamran Mir Hazar, Vikki Riley
Video: Pashtun Taliban torture a Hazara- Norwegian civilian in Urozgan
1 September 2013
Genocide of Hazaras in Pakistan: where are Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International?
2 May 2012
Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide
Adopted by Resolution 260 (III) A of the United Nations General Assembly on 9 December 1948.
Article 1 The Contracting Parties confirm that genocide, whether committed in time of peace or in time of war, is a crime under international law which they undertake to prevent and to punish.
Article 2 In the present Convention, genocide means any of the following acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a (...)
Bloody attacks against Afghan refugees in Greece
4 March 2010, by Basir Ahang, Robert Maier
Thousands of Afghan refugees fleeing ethnic attacks in Afghanistan have landed in Greece, a signatory to the EU convention on refugee protection. They have been attacked by racist gangs, sometimes aided by Greek police. The Greek government provides few or no basic services required by the EU convention. It is a human rights disaster ignored by most governments, NGOs, and the (...)
KabulPressTV channel launched on YouTube
21 November 2009, by Editorial Staff
KabulPressTV’s YouTube Channel
Kabulpress has begun building a YouTube Channel featuring original videos about Afghanistan’s current events, politics, and culture. These videos will provide a different perspective from main stream media’s "Afghanistan experts" by giving a voice to Kabulpress.org’s contributors and other native Afghan journalists.
Video producers/journalists working in Afghanistan, or on topics concerning Afghanistan are encouraged to submit their work for placement on (...)
Oppression of Hazara in Afghanistan
1 May 2009
Oppression of Hazara in Afghanistan from zareen taj on Vimeo.
27 February 2009
President Obama has committed 17,000 more troops to Afghanistan. This decision raises serious questions about troops, costs, overall mission, and exit strategy. Historically, it has been Congress’ duty to ask questions in the form of oversight hearings that challenge policymakers, examine military spending, and educate the public. After witnessing the absence of oversight regarding the Iraq war, we must insist Congress hold hearings on Afghanistan.
Watch the first part from our full-length (...)
A demonstration of Fox News’ agenda of trashing Obama
10 July 2008
Seems like all the commentators read from the same script...
30 April 2008
This seven minute video, “Kabul Journey,” was taken in the summer of 2005 by Robert Maier one day when he grabbed a camera and was taken on a whirlwind tour of Kabul that included one of Kabul’s poorest neighborhoods where children can’t go to school because they are needed for chores like carrying water up steep hills to their homes. He was graciously welcomed there to an Afghan couple’s engagement feast, and dozens of residents were happy to be videotaped and send a snapshot of their lives to (...)