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The Gulf of Kohlu incident

Mir Mohammad Ali Talpur

On August 4th 1964 two US destroyers in the Vietnamese waters in the Gulf of Tonkin claimed that they had been attacked by the North Vietnamese gunboats. This alleged attack had never taken place but a furore was created over this and used as an excuse to begin the bombing of North Vietnam. This was the time when slowly US forces were starting to sink in the morass of their own aggression against the Vietnamese people whom they accused of being Communists. The people of Vietnam only wanted their rightful sovereignty which the US was bent upon denying them. What eventually happened to the aggressor is history.

Incidents like these have been staged and at times State managed all through history to use as excuses for aggression and violation of human rights .In the last analysis the aggressor doesn’t really need this fig leaf for its brazen aggression. The aggressor always uses the logic of the wolf of the famous fable about the lamb and wolf ,in which the wolf alleges misdemeanours but is rebutted every time eventually comes out with the stark intent of eating the lamb come what may. 

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Pakistan military killed Baloch villagers and burnt their live stocks in Kahan

Occupied Balochistan: Reports reaching here from remote area of Kohistan Marri say that Pakistani occupying forces have begun new offensives in Kohlu of Kahan, the ancestral town of Nawab Marri.

It has further been reported that two women and a child have been wounded due aerial bombardment in Doi Wadh region of Kahan whereas the ground forces have destroyed the livestock of innocent residents of Kahan town and adjourning areas on Wednesday.

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