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International Voice for Baloch Missing Person protested against enforced-disappearances in Baluchistan

Posted on 2010/9/5 0:00:00 ( 2261 reads )

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London: International Voice for Baloch Missing Persons has held a 5 hours long protest against enforced-disappearances of Baluch student and political activists. The aim of the protest was to highlight the issue of growing forced-disappearing of Baloch political leaders and activists by Pakistani and Iranian authorities. Number of Baloch and other Human Rights activists participated in the protest to show solidarity with the families of Baloch political prisoners and to condemn Pakistan and Iran atrocities against Baluchistan.
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Baloch observe International Day of the Disappeared as 1000s still missing

Posted on 2010/9/4 0:40:00 ( 1237 reads )

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WASHINGTON, DC: The International Day of the Disappeared Monday was marked by the Baloch Diaspora in a somber mood as the fate of more than 1,100 documented victims of enforced disappearances is still unknown in Balochistan in southwest Asia.

The United nations has declared August 30 as the International Day of the Disappeared to draw attention to the fate of thousands of victims of enforced disappearances in the world.
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Protest for the recovery of Baluch forced-disappeared person, govt deceiving people: Nasrullah Baluch

Posted on 2010/9/4 0:30:00 ( 897 reads )

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Occupied Baluchistan: Hunger strike camp for release of Zakir Majeed Baloch entered into 102nd day but there is no information of Zakir Majeed’s whereabouts so far. A large number of people protest outside Quetta press club here on Monday. Addressing the protesters and media men Zakir Majeed Sisters said that the family has been sitting on protest for more than hundred days but the ignorance of the state (Pakistan) is unimaginable. “If Pakistan has even a shred of decency then they should surface Zakir Majeed and present him to their own court of law for a trial”. Zakir was struggling for human dignity, disappearing people for years like this shows the state’s savageness and uncivilised manners, he said. She appealed to all human loving organizations, Religions and Nations to take notice of State atrocities and play their vital role to save the life of her brother and thousands of other Baloch illegally detained persons.
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Baluch genocide continues; bodies of three missing Baluch persons discovered

Posted on 2010/9/4 0:20:00 ( 919 reads )

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Occupied Baluchistan: The Pakistani military’s death squad Sipah-e-Shohad-e-Baluchistan, which the Baluch people has named as Sipah-e-Punjab, continue to killed the Baluch disappeared political activists. Three bodies of Baloch abducted person have been recovered in past 24 hours.

According to details the dead bodies of Zuhaib Roudini and Khan Mohammad Baluch were found in Fairozabad area near Khuzdar on Satruday (14.08-2010). The relative of these Baluch martyrs have said that they were abducted by the Pakistani Para-military forces from Khuzdar some weeks ago. Eye-witnesses said that the victims had been severely torture prior to their death.
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64 days of Zakir Majeed’s family protest.... is anyone listening to their plea?

Posted on 2010/9/4 0:10:00 ( 923 reads )

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Occupied Baluchistan: The protest of Zakir Majeed Baluch’s family has entered its 65th day today. The family has begun their protest from Karachi press club but later moved to Baluchistan's capital city Quetta. The respected mother of Mr. Majeed Baluch has repeatedly requested the Internal and International Human Rights Organisations, the UN [HCR] and other concerned bodies to take notice of the forced-disappearances of thousands of Baluch including her son. But unfortunately, neither the UN nor other human rights organisations have noticed her call for justice. The International Organisations currently present in Baluchistan also failed raise the issue of forced-disappearances of Baluch students, political activists, lawyers and doctors either In on international level or with Pakistani authorities.
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