Pashtun Nomads

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Hazarajat - History - 19th Century
... developed among the Sunni Pashtuns, the Shia Hazara tribes began to coalesce ... people dared then to enter the Hazarajat even Pashtun nomads would not take their flocks to graze there, and few caravans would pass through ... Pashtun nomads were moved into the Hazarajat, where they overran Hazara farmlands and pastures ...
Markazi Bihsud District
... Local Hazaras accuse Pashtun nomads of destroying their crop fields, burning their homes and killing civilians ... Pashtun nomads, locally known as Kuchi enter the area every year in late spring, and allow their animals to graze on crop fields ... Pashtun nomads have also burned copies of Qoran, the Muslim holy book ...

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    But the nomads were the terror of all those whom the soil or the advantages of the market had induced to build towns. Agriculture therefore was a religious injunction, because of the perils of the state from nomadism.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)