Daily Archives: January 16, 2022

Iran’s IRGC Quds Force Attack on Baloch Compatriots in Dozap (Zahedan), Sistan and Baluchestan Face Strong Retaliation

By : Zaffar Baloch

Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) multiple attacks in Sistan and Baluchestan’s Dozap (Zahedan) region that took place between November 17, 2021, and January 1, 2022, were strategic implications of the regime’s policies to contain the rebellious uprisings of February 2021 in Saravan and the capture of the IRGC’s base in Korin, Dozap (Zahedan). As a result, the battles between the Baloch fuel traders and IRGC have progressed into the present conflict almost a year later.

دوزاب (زاہدان)، سيستان و بلوچستان میں ایرانی آئی آر جی سی قدس فورس کو مقامی بلوچوں پر حملے پر سخت جوابی کاروائی کا سامنا

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Jan 17: Shaheed Naseer Kamalan & Shaheed Ahmed Dad Baloch

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January 16, 2022 · 3:30 am

Who calls the shots here? – II

Mir Mohammad Ali Talpur

The British had fully mastered and perfected the art of subjugating and colonizing people with the active help and connivance of some people from among those they intended to subjugate. The British were also ingenious at inflicting indignities; they employed it in all forms and on all people. In the process of colonization this was perhaps the most important and effective weapon. They consecrated the disgraceful and abject surrender to authority while they demonized and ruthlessly penalized all those who offered any resistance to their malicious political, cultural, social and economic assault on established societies. They subdued this vast region with the help of mercenaries and collaborators who opted to sell the destinies of their nations and people for their narrow and contemptible personal gains.

The British were farsighted in their policies and understood the need of controlling the populace through the services of local collaborators who would serve their purposes in future as well. They nurtured, nourished and groomed those who were willing to serve and obey unconditionally. They created an affluent class of their liking, a class of brown sahibs; to help keep people in check .These people were more loyal to the king than the king himself. They served loyally then and continue to serve with even more vigour today. These brown sahibs have been a scourge for the colonized, our region suffering the most at their hands. They certainly surpassed their teachers in the skills of suppressing and oppressing the people and continue to practice those skills to retain their newly acquired ‘empires’.

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Jan 17: Shaheed Nisar Ahmed Mengal

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January 16, 2022 · 3:00 am