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Nokondi and Chaghi incidents are the results of Pakistan’s psychological defeat: Dr. Allah Nizar

Baloch pro independent leader Dr. Allah Nazar Baloch condemned the Nokondi and Chaghi incidents, saying it was a continuation of the ongoing genocide and collective punishment in Balochistan. This is not the first incident of its kind and will not be the last. The massacre of Baloch people has been going on for seventy-four years of Pakistani occupation and Balochistan has been turned into a military cantonment. There are Nazi-style concentration camps. The word collective punishment and genocide seems too small for Pakistani brutality

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Balochistan: Iranian occupying forces have fired mortars in Chaghi & Zamuran

Occupied Balochistan,CHAGHI: Iranian occupying forces have fired 12 mortars into Chaghi district of Eastern Balochistan on Sunday night. According to the local sources, at least 12 mortars were fired from Iranian side at the artificial border area of Chaghi last night. However, there were no casualties reported.

It’s the second attack by the Iranian occupying forces on Eastern Balochistan within a week.

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Free Balochistan is the hope for peace

American Friends of Balochistan protest rally outside the White House in Washington D.C. Friday to mark the 12 anniversary of Pakistan testing of nuclear weapons in Occupied Balochistan.

Laurie Deamer’s speech on May 28 Washigton DC protest

Good afternoon.

A cursory literary analysis of the work of poet Mansur Baloch highlights his portrayal of a fisherman who through his constant crying is mistakenly thought to be mad, but the fact is that he weeps for a cause. He weeps because he thinks of Balochistan. He imagines that everything is weeping, including the deep impassable sea, which is filled with his tears of blood.

The poet’s graphic characterization of his grieving homeland is all too appropriate for the occasion we mark today. For today we join in him in mourning Balochistan’s losses resulting from the leadership of Pakistan’s nuclear test initiative at Chagai Hills, twelve years ago. We mourn the fundamental loss of Baloch liberty which undergirded the decision to test, and the loss of entitlement to basic human rights, already in short supply in the underdeveloped province.

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