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Who are the Hazara of Afghanistan? An expert on Islam explains

By Iqbal Akhtar, Associate Professor of Religious Studies, Florida International University
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The land we now call Afghanistan has been a place of constant migration through its mountainous passes. Its linguistic, cultural and religious diversity is a result of millennia of trade along the Silk Road. More than a dozen ethnic groups are mentioned in the country’s constitution.

Afghanistan’s fall to the Taliban means…

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