Daily Archives: October 1, 2014

We are Fighting for the Survival of Humanity – Baloch Sarmachars

BALOCHISTAN: Baloch sarmachars (freedom fighters) of Balochistan Liberation Front (BLF) attend the funeral ceremony of the victims of August 28, 2014 attack on a Baloch Zikri shrine in Teertej area of District Awaran by Pakistani ISI backed death squad where 7 men martyred including Shaheed Raza Jahageer’s father Waja Bakhtyar Baloch and 9 people injured.
Here is what Baloch Sarmachars have to say to Baloch nation and the world.

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EU must implement East Timor-style help to Balochistan

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by Kachkol Ali

The 21st century has marked the dawn of a new era of enlightenment and has led to new norms of international humanitarian laws . Rather it is an age of politics of cultural recognition.

The concept is particularly relevant to the stateless nations, where as Amartya Sen writes in his book, The Idea of Justice, justice is like “justice in the world of fish, where a big fish can freely devour a small fish.” The initiation of this topic actually provides a golden opportunity to the people and nations without states to raise their voice in the European Parliament, which has always been playing a pivotal role in favor of oppressed nations and to strengthen democracy and human rights.

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Baloch Representatives Discuss Human Rights Situation With Brussels Institutions

Noordin Mengal and Nasser Boladi in Brussels

Brussels: Human rights campaigner Noordin Mengal and Baloch Peoples Party representative Nasser Boladai, representatives of the Baloch people in Pakistan and Iran respectively, made a visit to Brussels to raise awareness of the ongoing human rights violations against Baloch people in the two countries, and to urge the European Union to take measures against the unrelenting systematic suppression exercised by the Pakistani and Iranian authorities.

The meetings allowed the Baloch representatives to engage in constructive dialogue with Members of the European Parliament, the European Parliament’s Presidential Cabinet, representatives of the EU’s diplomatic service – the European External Action Service [EEAS], political advisors, and human rights organisations.

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