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Sept 23: Shaheed Haji Khudabaksh

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September 22, 2021 · 3:48 am

Aug 25: Shaheed Altaf Baloch


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August 24, 2021 · 3:00 am

Tributes to Khalid Baloch and Sajid Baloch

Killed by Pakistan Army on August 19, 2011

Genocide is defined in Article 2 of the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide (1948): – “any of the following acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group, as such: killing members of the group; causing serious bodily or mental harm to members of the group.”

Since 1948, after the World War II, the countries that committed genocide have denied  it, and the civilized world that have committed itself not to allow it to happen again stood idle, avoiding to call an annihilation a genocide because they will be obliged to take action to stop it. We Baloch are squeezed between these two worlds, slaughtered by Iran and Pakistan but our situation not recognized as genocide by the West and the international community.

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Aug 8: Martyr’s of Soráp

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August 7, 2021 · 3:30 am

Aug 04: Shaheed Yaghub Mehrnehad


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August 4, 2021 · 3:00 am

June 29: Shaheed Ibrahim Saleh Baloch

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June 28, 2021 · 3:00 am

May 29: Shaheed Mir Naveed Khan Baloch

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May 28, 2021 · 4:00 am

May 16: Shaheeda Roya Sarani

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May 15, 2021 · 3:12 am

Iran committing crimes against humanity by concealing fate of thousands of slaughtered political dissidents

By concealing the fate and whereabouts of thousands of political dissidents who were forcibly disappeared and secretly executed in prison 30 years ago, Iranian authorities are continuing to commit crimes against humanity, said Amnesty International in a damning report published today.

The report Blood-soaked secrets: Why Iran’s 1988 prison massacres are ongoing crimes against humanity calls on the UN to set up an independent investigation into the mass enforced disappearances and extrajudicial killings which have gone unpunished for three decades.

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The missing catalyst for Iranian democracy

Baluch ethnic minority group push a boat to the shore in the port city of Chabahar,

Just before imposing new sanctions on Iran, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said that the country’s “Cabinet is in disarray, and the Iranian people are raising their voices even louder against a corrupt and hypocritical regime”. While this is clearly true, it is also true that sanctions alone are unlikely to topple the government or force democratic reforms. For that to happen, foreign governments and domestic opposition leaders must take another critical step — to finally acknowledge the importance of the country’s ethnic minorities and develop policies to address their demands.

As Pompeo noted, Iran’s leaders have been facing significant pressure from within. A major driving force of the anti-government activity has been ethnic minority groups, in particular the Kurds, Azerbaijanis, Ahvaz Arabs and Baluch. Each has long engaged in protests, over issues ranging from the right to use native languages in schools and courts, to local health and environmental concerns, to broader calls for the end of the regime.

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