Afghanistan's Shia lose hope the election will bring change

Many already marginalised Shia are further disenchanted with the government after a series of ISIL attacks.

    Afghanistan's Shia minority has significant sway in politics, holding 20 percent of seats in parliament but this has not given them any confidence in Sunday's election.

    A series of ISIL attacks targeting them has left them disenchanted with the government.

     

    Al Jazeera's Charlotte Bellis reports from a Shia neighbourhood in Kabul.


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