عدم اتحاد کے سبب سرگرم کارکن ناامید ہوکر کنارہ کشی اختیار کررہے ہیں جبکہ بعض نئے دھڑے تشکیل دے رہے ہیں کہ گویا پہلے والے کافی نہ تھے
Daily Archives: January 7, 2015
Minority community members say that almost 40 percent of their communities’ population has dwindled due to religious extremism, kidnapping for ransom and intolerance
Pakistan’s prominent Baloch politician, the late Mir Ghous Baksh Bizenjo, wrote in 1981: “A Baloch who may have spent his life in the mountains and never visited a city is liberal in religious outlook.” And among the Baloch, he further wrote, a single tribe is divided into two or more religious groups with somewhat different practices, but this has never strained relations among them. Moreover, he cited the example of the Zikri Baloch and Namazi (Zikri Baloch call the Sunni Baloch Namazi) Baloch that their customs and practices are very similar, wherein one brother in the same family is Zikri and another is Namazi.