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#Thread Demystifying #StopHazaraGenocide hashtag:
The engine behind it, hidden agendas & consequences:

“A number of Pakistani protesters joined our protest. Be nice with them & welcome them.”

“We appreciate Pakistani police for being nice & kind to our cause.”
#StopHazaraGeoncide protest -Islamabad:

“Pakistani 🇵🇰 police are very sympathetic with our movement. They provide us any venue & security at any time we ask.”

According to many experts like @HabibKhanT & @MajeedQarar Afghanistan is occupied by 🇵🇰

When the occupying force, 🇵🇰 is overtly & covertly supporting
#StopHazaraGeoncide hashtag reaching almost 8M tweets, we ought to ponder on the consequences for 🇦🇫 national security.

Kaj tragedy & the terrorist attack with no one claiming responsibility
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At least the West must acknowledge and accept that after a botched up, ill-planned exit from Afghanistan, the looming humanitarian crisis is their responsibility. Before they lecture the world on universal human rights, they must practice what they preach!
2. Easy to blame Pakistan for its (continued) support to Taliban, even easier to blame Afghanistan's neighbours not accepting refugees.

What is hard to admit: Yes we fuc*ed up big time, killed hundreds of thousands and wasted billions of taxpayers' money.
"We had no plan!"
3. The White Saviours' project of liberating #AfghanWomen was convenient, marketable in 2001 but certainly matters little in 2021. Shows how skin-deep and opportunistic it was then and now!
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Hollywood actor Angelina Jolie joins Instagram to become a voice for the people of Afghanistan. The popular actress became the first person to hit 1 million followers after her intial post, #dailyscooptv #AngelinaJolie #Instagram #Afghanistan #taliban #kabul #AfghanLivesMatter Image
beating Jennifer Aniston’s record of 1 million followers in the shortest time.
In just six hours of sharing a post of Afghanistan’s takeover by the Taliban last week, Jolie’s Instagram account reportedly gained 1.7m followers, with a total of 4.8m followers up till now.
The post featured a letter sent by an Afghan teenager. "This is a letter I was sent from a teenage girl in Afghanistan. Right now, the people of Afghanistan are losing their ability to communicate on social media and to express themselves freely,”
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#AfghanistanTalibanCrisis: Back-channel talks are ongoing to secure the release of all Indian citizens in #Kabul: Reports

Stay tuned for more updates!

#AfghanLivesMatter #KabulAirlift #Kabul #KabulHasFallen #TalibanDestroyingAfghanistan #TalibanTakeover #Afghanistan Image
Indians 'kidnapped' by Taliban, back-channel talks and evacuation efforts - What's happening in Kabul?

#KabulAirlift #kabulairport #Taliban #KabulAirport #Kabul #KabulHasFallen #TalibanDestroyingAfghanistan #TalibanTakeover #Afghanistan…
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It’s boggles my mind as to how they can possibly just now be this concerned. We’ve been warning them over and over again for seven months. Daily.
Next to completely abandoning them, this is our nightmare scenario.
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Prime Minister @ImranKhanPTI 🇵🇰 received a telephone call from Prime Minister of Denmark 🇩🇰 Mette Frederiksen, today.
The two leaders exchanged views on the evolving situation in #Afghanistan.

The Prime Minister shared Pakistan’s perspective, emphasizing the importance of ensuring safety and security as well as protection of rights of all Afghans.🇦🇫
The Prime Minister also underscored the importance of working out an inclusive political settlement.

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The @USEmbassyKabul is being evacuated. We’ve been here before, but not at this scale & with this terrifying urgency. I first came to Kabul as an embassy aide in 2003. Want to reflect here on the place’s history and what it’s meant for thousands who've served there

It was a preferred posting for U.S. diplomats until 1979 when Amb. Adolph Dubs was kidnapped then killed by pro-Soviet police. The Peace Corps & USAID were sent home, and the U.S. mission greatly diminished to just dozens of people.…

Ten months later, when the Soviets invaded Afghanistan, the embassy was reduced to being a “listening and reporting post.” On Jan 31, 1989, with the Soviets gone and civil war imminent, it was evacuated on newly-sworn-in SecState Baker’s order.…

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