En Afghanistan, une petite fille Hazara de 9 ans décapitée.
Beheading of third-grade girl ‘was just the spark’ for Afghan minority group
It was not the first time a group of Hazaras had been captured, and in some cases slain, by the Taliban or other predatory groups this year. Since the departure of NATO combat forces, Hazara leaders say, the growth of criminal gangs and aggressive Sunni Muslim insurgent factions have left members of their once-oppressed Shiite minority newly vulnerable to attack. In February, 31 Hazaras riding on two buses from Iran were abducted by Taliban fighters and six were killed; a dozen other assaults have occurred since then.
But the gruesome beheading of the third-grader, whose battered image raced across Afghan social media, crystallized a sense of grievance among Hazaras and sparked the largest protest Kabul has seen since the overthrow of the Taliban, in 2001. On Nov. 10, chanting crowds carried the seven coffins across the capital, demanding that the government provide better security for Hazara regions and the highways linking them to Kabul and other cities.
Encore une petite fille chiite qui devait certainement beaucoup humilier les sunnites… La #catastrophe, encore…