The Fatemyoun are a fighter corps composed since 2012 of volunteers and Afghan mercenaries, coming from Afghanistan Oudes suburbs of the most remote Iran where they live in exile. Mostly members of the Hazara ethnic group, which represents the bottom of the social ladder in Afghanistan, and Shiite Muslims, they have fled in waves the wars that have ravaged Afghanistan […]
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