Curated by FG Contributor Samiha Hossain Getty Images via DW Dozens of women demonstrated on the streets of Kabul, Afghanistan this weekend to protest what they called the "genocide" of the Shiite Hazara community. The protest was in response to the recent suicide bombing in a Kabul study hall on Friday. Hundreds of students — largely women of the Hazara ethnic group — were taking tests in preparation for their university exams in the city's Dasht-e-Barchi area when the suicide bombing occurred. The community is a historically persecuted and oppressed group that has been targeted in other fatal attacks in Afghanistan. The UN says 35 were killed and 82 wounded.