Hazara students from Afghanistan have arrived in Mongolia to study on scholarship

On Sept 12, three Hazara students selected to study in Mongolia under scholarship of "Tsahim Urtuu" NGO, arrived in Mongolia. Hazaras are believed to be originated from Mongolian troops of Chinggis Khaan which invaded Afghanistan in the 13th century.Hazaras suffering under the Taliban regime caused emotional bonding between the Mongolians and the Hazaras.Mongolian public started to see the Hazaras in Afghanistan as long-lost brothers and sisters which needs support and assistance.
Some Mongolian TV crews travelled to Afghanistan to establish contacts with the Hazaras.In an attempt to bring together the Mongolian and Hazara people which share same gene and ancestors dating back to Chinggis Khaan's time, the NGO selected three Hazara-Mongolian nationals to study in Mongolia for 5 year period.
Coming from repressed, conservative society like Afghanistan, the Hazara students might find Freedom and Democracy in liberal, democratic and religiously tolerant Mongolia something to cherish and love.

By Ganbat, reporter of MonInfo News Service



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