The Toronto SUN
“What most Canadians don’t know is Canada is home to many “retired” Pakistan military generals, brigadiers and colonels with close ties to the ISI.”
I am flattered. Pakistan’s infamous military Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) has taken exception to my columns in this newspaper and ordered the blocking of the Toronto Sun website in Pakistan.
In a recent column, I had written about reports that the Pakistan army was behind a Canadian cleric who threatened to storm the parliament building in Islamabad to pave the way for yet another military takeover.
LONDON: The International Voice for Baloch Missing Persons (IVBMP) and International Committee Against Disappearance (ICAD) have held a meeting in Kurdish Community Centre, North London on Sunday (2nd February).
Faiz Baluch and Hakeem Wadhela Baloch participated in the meeting on behalf of International Voice for Baloch Missing Persons. The ICAD and IVBMP have decided to launch two months awareness campaign against enforced-disappearances and other human rights violations in Balochistan. The main areas of campaign will be different cities of United Kingdom and Europe.
OCCUPIED BALOCHISTAN: Pakistani security forces have accelerated in-custody killings and abductions of Baloch activists ahead of forthcoming elections.
Balochistan media sources reported that at least ten more Baloch have been abducted from Turbat, Pirkoh and Khuzdar towns of Balochistan whereas three bullets riddled bodies found from Mastung and Panjgur in past few days.