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Pakistan Army is a possible threat to the world peace

Pakistan Army with its religious extremist mindset is not only a threat to Baloch people but it is a ‘nursery of terrorism’ for the region and a hovering threat to the world peace

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Pervez Musharraf, military dictator and ex-president of Pakistan in an interview with a private TV channel revealed that Shahid Aziz Lt. General (R) of Pakistan army had been killed fighting alongside of ISIS in Syria. However, some sources believe that he via Quetta he moved to Afghanistan; joined Taliban, and possibly been killed in Afghanistan. Hence, his family members are denying the report: his son, Zeeshan Aziz Major (R) categorically rejects that, he said his father is alive and went to Africa with a Tableegi Jamaith (Islamic preaching group).

Shahid Aziz, a four stars officer of Pakistan army served in several Key posts such as Director General Military operation (DGMO), Chief of General Staff (CGS); when Pakistan tested nuclear atomic bomb in Chaghi, Balochistan in 1998, he was the Director of Military Operation Directorate. He also remained the Chairman of National Accountability Buru (NAB). Retired General Asad Durrani who was also Ex-Director-General of the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) in his coauthored book  “The Spy  Chronicles: RAW,ISI  and the Illusion of Peace” said that Shahid Aziz was a key figure in orchestrating Kargil war, and he was  among “co-conspirators” of Pervez Musharraf in toppling the Nawaz Sharif’s  government.

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Airport or Death port?

Surely, their fear is not without a reason; more than a dozen Baloch have been abducted from different airports, they are either still missing or their dead bodies have been recovered after months of torture.

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When you are living under the colonial rule, simply you are in an extended prison: you can be captured interrogated, humiliated and tortured without any apparent reason. This is clear to both the oppressor and the oppressed; the oppressor knows why he is using such contemptible tactics, and in the same passion the oppressed also know that why he is being treated in such a way, because he is a slave; hence, his emotions, feelings, and thinking are as free as wind. But the oppressor, like the body of slave, wants to make his or her conscious under his boots. Why? Because the colonial powers beside other factors try to establish their rule by creating an atmosphere of constant fear that controls every heart and mind.

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