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    Hazara Tribe in Afghanistan The Hazaras are the third largest ethnic community in Afghanistan. People that are a part of this ethnic group have a variety of origins that make up their genetics and culture. Although their specific place of origin is unknown, it is widely accepted that they have a significant amount of Asian decent. They also have heavy influence from the Turkic and Mongol groups. There are approximately 70 different Hazara Tribes that exist today in both Afghanistan and Pakistan

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    Afghanistan and the Holocaust as a result of superiority ideal’s depicted by Elie Wiesel in Night. The comparison depicts how due to superiority ideal’s individual 's morals can be altered in which they are willing to turn on their friends; Pashtuns and Hazaras; Aryans vs Jews. In The Kite Runner, Amir an educated Pashtun boy demonstrates the

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    a hellhound that gnaws at Negroes in every waking moment of their lives to remind them that the lie of their inferiority is accepted as truth in the society dominating them.” No matter what context it is in, discrimination belittles people. Accompanying that, people search for some type of validation that they are better than what they’re perceived to be. Discrimination in the narrative Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini portrays this greater theme of searching for validation. It comes in all forms.

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    Within the last forty years, Afghanistan has seen a lot of turmoil and despair. Racism has been a major part of history, which still affects the lives of many people. Racism cuts though a person’s feelings like a glass-covered kite string cuts down another kite. An example of racism occurring recently is in Afghanistan. Social groups desperately try to cling on to the reasons why they are different from each other in order to preserve social order. The reasons for difference depreciate greatly

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    more his servant. With everybody’s hate towards Hazaras, Amir’s judgement and diction is clouded by their bias and soon too believes that Hazaras are inferior. This becomes more evident during the kite running tournament, Hassan was running for a kite to end the tournament and got surrounded by bullies; ended up getting raped. During the entire time, Amir stood there and just watched Hassan get raped, rationalizing his decision by deciding that Hazaras are inferior to everybody else shown by “The answer

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    Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini Amir lives in a nice home in Kabul, Afghanistan, with his father. They have two servants, Ali and his son, Hassan. Ali and Hassan are Hazaras, which is an ethnic minority. Hassan is often teased and harassed by a group of boys, one in particular named Assef, who wishes to get rid of all Hazaras in the future. One day an incident happens between Hassan and Assef that changes Amir’s relationship with Hassan forever, bringing Amir to ultimately cause Ali and Hassan

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    raped just so that he could bring the blue kite back to his father. The other influence in the book was the racism of the Hazara. The people who first colonized Afghanistan, the Pashtuns, believe that the Hazara people do not deserve to be there, mainly because they believe in a different aspect of the Muslim religion. The final cultural influence was the Muslim religion. People in Afghanistan primarily believe in that religion and they take it very seriously. Amir’s dedication to the Muslim religion

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    On Culture, Clashes, and Kite Running In his novel, The Kite Runner, Khaled Hosseini depicts his homeland Afghanistan as a host to many different cultures and classes, such as Pashtun and Hazara, Sunni and Shiite, with this dichotomy of beliefs and attributes being powerful enough to shape diverse, sometimes negative relationships amongst the characters of the novel and their behavior to each other, as well as establish that individual’s identity. Each person interprets the impact of the role of

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    are births, sexualities, and educations that both characters had experienced respectively in both novels. In The Kite Runner, Hassan was oppressed by society due to his ethnicity as a Hazara; however, he was technically half Pashtun and half Hazara because he was a child of Amir’s father (Pashtun) and Sanaubar (Hazara). Nevertheless, despite Hassan also being a son of Amir’s father, differed from Amir, he worked as a lower-class servant. Not to mention, he also was not treated fairly in many different

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    Khaled Hosseini, born on the fourth of March in 1965 was brought up in the capital city of Afghanistan; the city of Kabul. His father worked as a diplomat in Kabul and his mother as a teacher. In 1980 the family migrated to the USA due to the Soviet Union invasion of Afghanistan. Hosseini has a passion for writing and hobby for playing racquetball as well as soccer. He married a Roya and has a son Haris and a daughter Farah. He graduated from Santa Clara University with a Bachelors of Arts degree

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