The works of one hundred twenty five internationally recognized poets from sixty-eight countries have been published in a 600 page multilingual anthology and collaborative poem. Titled Poems for the Hazara, it’s subject is the plight of the Hazara, one of the most persecuted political/ethnic groups in the world. The Hazara have suffered repeated acts of genocide, slavery, and forced displacement, since the beginning of the nineteenth century, due to their progressive religious beliefs and (...)
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Poets from 88 Countries Demand Halt to Genocide against Hazara
8 February 2013
[273 noted poets including Nobel, Pulitzer, continental and national literary prize winners as well as presidents of international poetry festivals, presidents of PEN clubs, and writers associations from 88 countries have signed an open letter to world leaders, declaring their solidarity with the Hazara people. For more than a century, the Hazara people of Afghanistan and Pakistan have been victims of systematic crimes such as genocide, slavery, sexual abuse, war crimes and discrimination. (...)
6 February 2013
An open letter from World-wide Poets addressed to United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, President of the European Commission José Manuel Barroso, and President of the United States, Barack Obama.
Release date and time: 2/7/2013 21:00 (CET)
تاریخ انتشار نامه شاعران جهان در حمایت از مردم هزاره: هفتم ماه فبروری ساعت 21 به وقت اروپای مرکزی