Pusan, South Korea July 24, 2016: Baloch National Movement (BNM) South Korea held a protest against Pakistan army brutal atrocity in Balochistan.
Protest was held at Someoyon Underground Market in Pusan city of South Korea where a large number of people participated. BNM leaders distributed pamphlets to highlight the war crimes committed by Pakistan in Balochistan.
Baloch veteran and writer Mir Mohammad Ali Talpur shares his memories about the Baloch martyrs of July 15, 1960.
No retreat! No Surrender! No compromise!
On June 30th 2015, Pakistani Army attacked Mehi village in Mashkay, some 400km from Quetta, the hometown of Balochistan Liberation Front (BLF) supreme commander Dr. Allah Nazar Baloch. Army began aerial shelling and spraying bullets with helicopter gunships on the village and nearby mountains and then ground troops moved in breaking into civilian houses. In that carnage totally 11 people were brutally massacred including Dr. Allah Nazar’s elder brother Safar Khan and two of his nephews Suleman aka Shehak and Zakir Baloch.
Suleman was a commander of BLF. The family was gathered there for the funeral of Suleman’s father who passed away on June 29. Among the martyred only four were members of BLF and rest were non combatant civilians.
Dr. Deen Mohammad Baloch, senior leader of Baloch National Movement (BNM) and a medical officer has been abducted from his official resident in Ornarch area of Khuzdar, Balochistan on 28 June 2009 and is still missing. His daughter Mehlab Baloch appeals to Human Rights Organization to help her find his father.
Professor Shaheed Saba Dashtyari Interview by Homayoon Mobaraki
Courtesy : Rozhn TV
NCRI – The Iranian regime’s notorious Ministry of Intelligence and Security (MOIS) last week murdered in cold blood two young Iranian Baloch one of whom was still a minor, according to information received from Iran’s south-eastern province of Sistan and Baluchestan.
The two victims, identified as Allah-Noor Salarzehi, 17, and Saeed Salarzehi, 21, were walking in Rajai Street of Zahedan when agents of the MOIS driving down the street opened fire on them last Friday, May 13, 2016. Both victims died of their wounds.
Abdul Aziz Ghazi, head cleric of the Red Mosque, quizzes one of his newest students. Photo by Adil Sheryar.
Having been screened in over twenty countries and subsequently picking up numerous awards, Hemal Trivedi and Mohammed Ali Naqvi’s hard-hitting documentary, Among The Believers was recently axed by the Central Board of Film Censors (CBFC) in Pakistan.
In a notification issued by the CBFC, it stated that “the [production] contains dialogues which project the negative image of Pakistan in the context of the ongoing fight against extremism and terrorism.”
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