Thursday, December 8, 2022

1.3m Tweets make #StopHazaraGenocide a trending hashtag on Twitter

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A deadly suicide bombing on a Hazara community educational center in the western part of capital Kabul on Friday left over 150 dead and injured, most of whom were teenage Hazara female students.

According to the reports from Kabul, a suicide bomber targeted Kaaj educational center where thousands of Hazara students had attended to participate in a demo college entrance test for the year 2023.

Eyewitnesses told Khaama Press that the armed suicide bomber first killed the security personnel at the entrance gate and then started shooting students on his way to the girls hall. He then fused his suicide vest and killed dozens of female students most of whom had travelled from far-distanced rural districts and areas to study in the capital Kabul.

Thousands of Afghan citizens in the European and Northern American countries including US and Canada marched on the streets to condemn this deadly attack.

Taliban suppressed any such demonstrations that were launched by most female groups inside Afghanistan.

Twitter users flagged the hashtag #StopHazaraGenocide as the incident was widely covered and condemned by the International human rights organizations.

The recent Twitter trending records indicate that this hashtag has been tweeted over 1.3 million by the users in Europe, North America, Australia and Asia.

This was not the only the only incident on Hazara community and neighborhoods in Afghanistan, several of other deadly attacks were launched on Afghan Hazara community in the past years.

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