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(Reguidit frae Hazara fowk)
Tot population
c.10–14 million
Regions wi signeeficant populations
 Afghanistan~7,000,000 , 25%[1]
 Iran2,000,000. some ~ 500,000 Afghan citizens of Hazara descent in Iran (2011)[2]
 Pakistan900,000. Some ~ 40,000 Afghan citizens of Hazara descent in Pakistan (2005)[3][4]
 Australie10,000 (2013)[citation needit]
Persie (predominantly Dari an Hazaragi dialects)
Shia Islam (Twaler an Ismaili), wi a Sunni minority (see Aimaq Hazara)[7]

The Hazaras (Persie: هزاره‎) are a Persie-speakin fowk wha mainly live in central Afghanistan, Hazara Toun in Balochistan, Pakistan, an Karachi. Thay are owerwhelmingly Twaler Shia Muslims an mak up the third lairgest ethnic group in Afghanistan.[8][9][10][11]

The dialect o Persie which thay speak is cried Hazaragi,[12][13] which is mair precisely a pairt o the Dari dialect continuum (ane o the twa main leids o Afghanistan),[14] an is mutually intelligible wi Dari.[15]

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  1. Afghanistan: Who are the Hazaras? Despite their growing political clout, many Hazaras continue to feel discriminated against, Al Jazeera, 27 Juin 2016, retrieved 5 August 2016 Calculatit frae population o Afghanistan: 31,822,848 (Julie 2014 est.) @ 20% (2016)
  2. http://www.hazarapeople.com/2011/10/05/discrimination-against-hazara-people-in-iran/ Census of Afghans in Iran 2011
  3. Census of Afghans in Pakistan 2005, UNHCR Statistical Summary Report (retrieved August 14, 2016)
  4. Yusuf, Imran (5 October 2011). "Who are the Hazara?". Tribune. Retrieved 1 September 2016.
  5. The population o fowk wi strynd frae Afghanistan in Canada is 48,090. Hazara mak up an estimatit 20% o the population o Afghanistan dependin tae the soorce. The Hazara population in Canadae is estimatit frae these twa figurs. Ethnic origins, 2006 counts, for Canada Archived 2013-07-23 at the Wayback Machine
  6. Afghan Hazaras' new life in Indonesia: Asylum-seeker community in West Java is large enough to easily man an eight-team Afghan football league, Al Jazeera, 21 Mairch 2014, retrieved 5 August 2016
  7. The Afghans, Their History and Culture, Religion Archived 2010-12-28 at the Wayback Machine
  8. L. Dupree, "Afghānistān: (iv.) ethnocgraphy", in Encyclopædia Iranica, Online Edition 2006, (LINK).
  9. "Afghanistan: 31,822,848 (July 2014 est.) @ 9% (2014)". The World Factbook. Central Intelligence Agency. Archived frae the original on 20 September 2017. Retrieved 17 Julie 2015.
  10. Kamal Hyder reports (12 November 2011). "Hazara community finds safe haven in Peshawar". Aljazeer English. Retrieved 13 November 2011.
  11. "Ethnic Groups of Afghanistan". Library of Congress Country Studies on Afghanistan. 1997. Retrieved 18 September 2010.
  12. "HAZĀRA iv. Hazāragi dialect". Retrieved 5 Juin 2014.
  13. "Attitudes towards Hazaragi". Retrieved 5 Juin 2014.
  14. Schurmann, Franz (1962) The Mongols of Afghanistan: An Ethnography of the Moghôls and Related Peoples of Afghanistan Mouton, The Hague, Netherlands, page 17, OCLC 401634
  15. "Attitudes Towards Hazaragi". Retrieved 4 Juin 2014.[deid airtin]