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Topics Green politics. Climate change news. Even safely resettled in Australia, the spectre of Taliban violence still haunts the targeted minority group. Melbourne, Australia - Australian members of the ethnic Hazara diaspora are desperately calling upon their government to do more to protect civilians in Afghanistan in the wake of heightened violence in the districts of Malistan and Jaghori.
As Australian parliament resumed in Canberra on Monday for its final sitting of , dozens of Hazara Australians sat outside demanding action to prevent the "Talibanisation" of Afghanistan, including their rural highland homelands known as Hazarajat.
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Sajjad Askary, a year-old refugee activist based in Melbourne, said it's difficult knowing what family members are going through back home. My mum is in pain because of her family, so we are also in pain. We are also in sorrow. In early November, Taliban forces began attacking primarily Hazara villages in Ghazni province, killing at least 63 civilians and displacing thousands. Consequently, Hazaras have become one of Australia's most prominent refugee communities, estimated to account for some 50, people.
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For Shukufa Tahiri, a Hazara former refugee and policy officer with the Refugee Council of Australia, the latest violence is deeply personal. She saw her grandmother on a televised news report among thousands of displaced persons who had fled to Bamiyan, the neighbouring province.
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According to a situation update released by the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, some 1, families have been displaced within Jaghuri and Malistan because of recent fighting. The Taliban has taken control of almost half of Afghanistan in recent years.
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More than 25, Australian troops fought the Taliban and al-Qaeda in Afghanistan between the time when Australia joined the US-led coalition in November and when it withdrew in This is the largest number outside of NATO. According to Besmellah Rezaee, an Adelaide-based lawyer and community spokesperson, "unless the world pays attention and acts urgently, we fear a repeat of the fate of the Yazidis at the hands of ISIS. The Taliban oppose many of these social transformations, seeing them as foreign cultural invasion.
In an open letter to Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison, Hazara community leaders this month wrote that: "We believe that the Australian government, as a major contributor to the international efforts for stabilisation and reconstruction of Afghanistan since , can play a vital role in urging the National Unity Government of President Ashraf Ghani and NATO's Resolute Support Mission to act to ensure the safety and security of the Hazara people.
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A spokesperson for Australia's Department of Defence told Al Jazeera it is a national security priority for Australia to remain engaged in Afghanistan and "contain the threat of terrorism". The US has maintained an ongoing military presence in Afghanistan and is attempting to facilitate peace talks. Last month, a senior US official met directly with representatives of the Taliban in Doha, Qatar, reportedly to begin preliminary talks about the withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan.