By Ahmar Mustikhan
WASHINGTON, DC: Pro-independence Baloch from the U.S.A. and Canada and their allies and friends will converge in the U.S. capital on May 28 to protest against Pakistan’s nuclear tests in Occupied Balochistan in front of the White House.
“I appeal to all peace-loving American folks to make the protest a stunning success,” Laurie Deamer, presiding council member of the American Friends of Balochistan from Philadelphia said in a statement. “Balochistan’s enslavement is not acceptable to the world,” she said. “I hope the U.S. government would withdraw its support from Pakistan. It is regrettable that the U.S. government was the first to test nuclear weapons and it continues to aid Pakistan in spite of its dangerous nuclear weapons ambitions.”
Speakers at the protest among others include Sakura Saunders, editor Protest Barrick Net; Zaffar Baloch, president of the Baloch Continue reading