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December 9, 2017 · 12:00 pm

Iran: Baloch political prisoners tortured by intelligence agents

Baluch political prisoners who have been arrested by the Ministry of Intelligence have been placed in solitary confinement for months and have been subjected to severe torture and deprivation of their basic rights.

Abdul Majid Paidar, a 30-year-old political prisoner along with Murad Mohammad Del Baluch, have been tortured by intelligence agents through the use of warm glass bottles. They continue to suffer from the ill effects of this torture.

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Pakistani security forces ‘abduct’ sister of Baloch leader Dr Allah Nazar

BALOCHISTAN: Pakistani security forces have taken away sister of Baloch leader Dr Allah Nazar Baloch during a military operation in Mashkay, Balochistan.

According to details received by The Balochistan Post, Dr. Nazar’s sister Noor Khatoon was arrested and taken away by Pakistani security forces. Whereas, his cousin Khair Bakhsh was killed and dumped.

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International experts support Baloch activist’s call for designating Musharraf as global terrorist

International experts have come out in support of Prof Naela Quadri Baloch, head of the World Baloch Women Forum (WBWF), who had urged the United States to designate former Pakistan president Pervez Musharraf as Specially Designated Global Terrorist (SDGT).

A German activist and supporter of the Baloch cause, Claudia Heidelberg, told she supported Prof. Quadri Baloch.

“I join Prof. Naela Quadri Baloch in requesting the US to designate Pervez Musharraf as a global terrorist, after coming out openly in media that he supports labeled terrorist organisations by UN Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT), Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) and Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD),” Heidelberg said.

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Toronto Protest Demands Freedom for BSO-Azad Leader Sanaullah Baloch

Abducted Family of Sohnra Bugti, Nawaz Atta, Naseer, Hassam and Children

Toronto, Nov 19, 2017 – Baloch National Movement and BSO-Azad jointly protested today in Toronto to express their anger over the recent enforced disappearances by the Pakistani security forces in which more than a dozen students and children were abducted from their home in Karachi, Sindh. World Sindhi Congress expressed their solidarity and took part in the protest.

Baloch Students Organization – Azad General Secretary, Sanaullah Baloch and three other Central Committee members were picked up on Nov 15, 2017 from their home in Karachi during a raid by the ISI and Sindh Rangers. These illegal abductions by the Pakistani security forces have resulted in the torture and death of hundreds of political activists in Balochistan.

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Exiled Balochistan leaders Join hands to stop Baloch Genocide

Genocide was being intensified with every passing day by Pakistani security forces in Balochistan.

LONDON — Exiled leaders of the Baloch national movement, Nawab Brahumdagh Bugti head of BRP and Nawab Mehran Marri have decided to join hands in an effort to highlight the genocide being inflicted on the Baloch people in Pakistan-occupied Balochistan.

In a joint statement issued on Sunday, the two leaders said the Pakistani state and security forces continue their atrocious in Balochistan and that the Baloch Genocide was being intensified with every passing day.
“Gross human rights abuses, war crimes, enforced disappearances, torture, mutilated dead bodies left on roadsides, and the targeting of civilians including women and children have become a routine practice by Pakistani security forces in Balochistan,” said Brahmdagh and Mehran Marri in their statement

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Perils of reporting in Balochistan discussed

KARACHI: The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan held a consultants’ meeting at their office here on Saturday to look into the growing restrictions on the media, specifically with reference to Balochistan.

Explaining the issue, Prof Dr Tauseef Ahmed Khan said that there had been plenty of changes in the political scene during the past year, but for common people the space was getting restricted.

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