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1st October, Hazara Solidarity in Utah, United States

Sunday 19 October 2014, by admin

By Madi Hazara

On 2 October 2014, Alrasool Islamic Center in Salt Lake City observed Hazara Solidarity day. Salt Lake City is the capital and the most populous city in the state of Utah, which is located in in the western United States. Participants gathered in Alrasool Islamic Center, Salt Lake City.

After Maghreb prayers, Madi Hazara, a graduate student and a Fulbright scholar at University of Utah, briefed the participants about Hazara people, their culture, history and ongoing prosecution in Pakistan and in Afghanistan. The participants mostly belonging to Salt Lake City, showed their support for Hazaras who live in Pakistan.

The participants were dismayed over Government of Baluchistan for failing to curb the terrorist attacks and protecting their people.

Last but not least, the participants assured their willingness to organize and observe Hazara Solidarity day each year with zeal and vowed to invite people belonging to all walks of life. They were committed to voice their concern over killings of innocent Hazara.


View online : http://www.hazarapeople.com/2014/10...

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