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Balochistan is forgotten Tibet of South Asia, Mehran tells Europe

Posted on 2011/7/15 0:10:00 ( 1879 reads )

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by Ahmar Mustikhan

A declaration was adopted on the sidelines of a European Parliament meeting in Brussels that called for stopping the ongoing massacre of Baloch people in Balochistan. The declaration "Stop the Massacre" was adopted at a panel discussion “al-Qa’ida and the South Asia experience: Regional and Global perspectives” and was moved by Mehran Baluch, Balochistan representative at the U.N. Human Rights Council and youngest son of legendary Balochistan leader Nawab Khair Bakhsh Marri.

Three prominent European experts who deal with terrorism and counter-terrorism issues led the panel discussion. These experts were member of European Parliament from Germany and the EP rapporteur Terrorist Finance Tracking Program, Alexander Alvaro; European Union Counter-terrorism Coordinator Gilles de Kerchove and Yvan Alexander.
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Prof. Saba Dashtyari Honoured for his Role as the Cultural Icon for the Baloch Freedom Struggle at the Toronto Gathering

Posted on 2011/7/13 0:00:00 ( 1243 reads )

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Toronto, July 10, 2011 – Baloch Human Rights Council (Canada) and the International Voice for Baloch Missing Persons (IVBMP) held a joint memorial reference event for Prof. Saba Dashtyari who was murdered in cold blood on June 1, 2011 by the Pakistani military death squad in Quetta, Balochistan. A diverse group of people attended the event at the North York Civic Centre from communities including Baloch, Sindhis, Kashmiris, Ahwazi Arabs, and Turkoman to pay their respects to the revolutionary scholar, Prof. Dashtyari.

The memorial event began with a moment of silence to respect and contemplate on the struggle and the ultimate price Prof. Dashtyari willingly paid for the freedom of his people from occupation and repression. Secretary General, BHRC (Canada), Mohammad Ali Baloch presented the audience with patriotic Balochi poetry and conducted the deliberations for the evening. Speakers praised Prof. Dashtyari for his life-long contributions in promoting Balochi language, culture, and heritage, and saluted the fallen hero for his unwavering commitment to the cause of his nation’s freedom from the yolk of slavery.
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National Remembrance Day to be held in London on 17 July to tribute the Baloch Martyrs

Posted on 2011/7/8 0:00:00 ( 1464 reads )

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“The Baloch Martyrs Day 15 July”- “ShahmirenBalochaaneRoch' 15 July”


The Baloch nation, like many other nations, in their struggle for freedom has endured great sacrifices. In their endeavor to achieve these aims many have encountered and experienced the wrath of the occupying states. In consequence, many Baloch men, women and children in their struggle for National Liberation have been treated violently and inhumanly by the military and the intelligence services of these occupying states. The very harsh treatment of Baloch people is well recorded, particularly by states such as Pakistan and Iran. Since their illegal occupation of Balochistan these states have been involved in the systematic imprisonment, torture, abduction and extra-judicial killings of Baloch.
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Baloch women demand recovery of their brothers

Posted on 2011/7/7 0:00:00 ( 817 reads )

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By Mohammad Zafar, photo DailyTawar.com

Occupied Balochistan: A teenage girl and a woman, both from very poor families and residents of Turbat, have demanded world humanitarian organisations and the United Nations to play their decisive role for safe and instant recovery of their missing brothers Ghulam Qadir and Mazhar Baloch.

“Qadir, a schoolteacher, Mazhar and Khalid Jan were kidnapped by security forces from their residences in Nasirabad area of Turbat on May 22. The mutilated body of Khalid Jan was found dumped along the road next day while whereabouts of other two are still unknown,” said sister of Ghulam Qadir while addressing a news conference outside the Quetta Press Club on Wednesday.
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BHRC (Canada) and IVBMP Press Release

Posted on 2011/7/6 0:00:00 ( 844 reads )

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Toronto, July 4, 2011 – Baloch Human Rights Council (Canada) and the International Voice for Baloch Missing Persons (IVBMP) will be holding a joint event in Toronto to honour the martyrdom of Prof. Saba Dashtyari, target killed by the Pakistani military death squad. He was assassinated on June 1, 2011 while walking back home in Quetta, Balochistan.

Prof. Dashtyari was a revolutionary scholar, a poet, and author of several books on Balochi language, literature, and history. His academic career at the Balochistan University was a beacon of light that inspired students such as Qambar Chakar who fearlessly embraced martyrdom in the custody of the Pakistani intelligence services after extreme degree of torture.
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