Friday, November 6, 2009

Хазара Монгол Баатрын блог

Австрали улсад амьдардаг Хазара Монгол Баатрын блогт нийтлэгдсэн сонирхолтой нийтлэлүүдийг холбогдох линктэй хамт блог уншигчиддаа сонирхуулж байна.
Энд зөвхөн Хазара Монголчуудаас гадна Түрэг буюу Турк гаралтай афганистаны иргэдийн хоорондын нэгдэлийн талаар бичсэн байх юм.
Өнөөдөр англи болон араб хэл дээр Хазарчууд мөн афганистан улсын талаар гадны хэвлэлүүд бичиж байгаач , дээрхи нийтлэлүүд нь ардаа улс төрийн зорилготой , бодит үнэн мэдээлэл нийтлэхгүй хэтэрхий нэг талруу хэлбийсэн байгааг тэрээр хөндсөн байна.

Hazara History – Introduction

It is not too rare to find history books and articles written by authors that are not too keen in intending to provide a text that can be used by the readers to expand their knowledge with correct and reliable information. Instead, such writers are more concerned about writing anything in favour of a particular group of people, even if they have to fill in all the blank pages with incorrect and made up theories and assumptions about other people’s history. It is important to understand that these writers are quite able to distinguish the difference between writing about their own people and other people.
We usually come in contact with such writers in multiethnic societies that are politically and socially unstable. In such societies, a minority not only suffers from severe inequality, even their very own history and identity are stolen from them. Afghanistan is known to be the place for these writers. We don’t need to be experts to spot their articles and books. Articles published by “Kohzad Foundation” (بنیاد فرهنگی کهزاد) are good examples.
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Turk o Mongol Unity

My childhood and the early years of my life as a teenager was spent in my country Afghanistan. Most of the memories and experiences that have been shaping my character and thoughts came to existence in me from the time when I was there. Afghanistan is one of the few countries that go through huge changes over short periods of time. I saw many things, both good and bad. But no matter how bad some of the memories may be, leaving my land and my people behind makes me feel as if I have left something very valuable behind. And when I say my people, it includes all Turk-o-Mongol people of Afghanistan (Uzbeks, Turkmens, Aymaq Hazaras and so on). We all have been through somewhat similar pasts, which brings us even more closer. The only reason why I refer to us as Turk-o-Mongol or Altaic is because all of the Mongol and Turkic tribes belong to the same race and origin. It is one of the many common bonds between us.
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Naiman Hazaras

Naiman Hazaras constitute a large portion of Hazara population in Afghanistan. Like many other Hazaras, they are Sunni, Shia and they also have considerable number of Ismailies among them. They live mainly in Shekhali region of Hazaristan, as well as Baghlan province in Northern Afghanistan. Other independent Naimans live outside Afghanistan mainly in Central Asian countries, such as Kazakhstan (1), Uzbekistan and Mongolia (2).
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Endless suffering of ethnic minorities in Afghanistan

Its quite sad when we realise that Afghanistan has never had a government or power that treated all its citizens equally, regardless of their ethnicity and religion. It’s a country where minorities have always been forced to be on the very edge of survival. The more we go through the first 260 year history of Afghanistan the more crimes and cold blooded massacres we come across that targeted those ethnic minority groups.
Even more disappointing is to see warlords such as Abdur Rahman Khan (Right), being introduced as one of the “main figures” who placed the foundations for the Afghan nation. To him, his biggest achievement, for which is he is well known for, was his order to massacre 63% of a minority group, the Hazaras. Massacring a defenseless minority group is not quite building a nation, in fact its the opposite as we have been witnessing the consequences of their shameful crimes.
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Stage 1 – Hazara ancestors before 12th century (Ak Huns)

Note: Please read Introduction before continuing with this post.

The Huns

‘Turan’ is an ancient Dari word which means Central and part of North Asia. To be more specific it refers to the regions that are today known as Mongolia and some countries surrounding it. Around 400 BC, present day Mongolia was home to many nomadic tribes. It was around 250 BC when a young and capable leader named Touman Khan appeared among the tribal Khans in the steppes of Mongolia. In 234 BC his son Modu/Mette was born who later formed the Great Hun Empire in 209 BC.
There are some sources that introduce Huns as an Iranic people or just as an unidentified group of people. However, it is quite clear who Huns were and what their origin was. ‘Hun’ is an ancient Mongol/Turkic word which means ‘people’. Huns were the ancestors of all Mongol and Turk tribes.

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1 comment:

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