Aran ra’dparsa

  • Iran
  • Tehran
  • In the mid of the 90s, The Taliban militia expelled us from our own homes because of being Hazara.  They looted and set fire to our Village. my entire uncles were killed because of being Hazara by them.  We fled to Quetta Pakistan.   I was a child who had been harassed also because of being Hazara Over there.  We fled to Iran inevitably the teenager, I used to feel strange, I didn't use to go out for fear of being harassed for some years. We were bullied regarding our Asian looks by people. There Was no friend for me, I used to suffer as much.   of being Afghan I used to tell myself why am I so ugly I used to want to hide my eyes, my face.  When I was going out with my boyfriend, we were made fun of and none of us could say anything. I'm still worried about going to a restaurant or somewhere else for fear of being made fun of. So, during these 5, 6 years something's changed and gone better. I concluded it’s what I should handle it. These days in my workplace, no one judges me by my nationality and I feel comfortable.  I'd like to be in Afghanistan but I can't, I love there but there is no place for Hazaras, Iran is not my place yet. neither I'm Iranian nor from Afghanistan and nowhere else. I don't know what to say, it's a hard feeling.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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