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Hyrbyair Marri expresses sympathy with victims of London terror attack
Thursday, March 23rd, 2017 12:15 am
LONDON: The pro-freedom Baloch leader Hyrbyair Marri has expressed his sympathy with the families of the victims of London terror attack on Wednesday, and said that the entire world is at risk of religious madness and terrorism. “ The epicenter of such religious extremism are countries like Pakistan,” he said, adding that The Baloch nation understands and feels the pain of the victims of the London attack because Baloch people are also victims of state terrorism in Pakistan. It [Pakistan] has been indiscriminately using F16s, Gunship helicopters and tanks to kill and terrorise the Baloch nation from many years.
Mr Marri said that Pakistan is a grave danger to world peace because wherever in the world terrorist attacks occur, the traces of those attacks lead to Pakistan and certain Arab countries.
Terrorists and their actions and intentions are the same, but they use different mediums in different countries. However, when they carried out terrorist attacks in Britain, Germany, France, Belgium or elsewhere in Europe, these countries have used their full power to seal their cities to stop terrorism. These terrorists indiscriminately carry out air strikes in Balochistan and destroy houses of innocent Baloch, and unfortunately, we have no means of stopping them. We are unable to lock down our cities or protect our people. Furthermore, the international community has not helped this situation in any way.
The Baloch nation has been facing such terrorism since 1948, additionally; Pakistan has also been exporting terrorism to India and Afghanistan – creating chaos and mayhem.
Hyrbyair Marri said the international community should take notice of Jihadist centres and production factories where youth are brainwashed in the name of religion, for military and political gains. Pakistan tops the list in promoting religious terrorism. In April 2015, an ex-head of ISI admitted on Mahdi Hassan’s talk show on Al-Jazeera TV show that Pakistan has been fooling the world, in the name of the war on terror, and has been sailing in two boats.
The confession of the ex-head of ISI confirms our point that Pakistan is a breeding ground for terrorism and it is supporting Jihadist groups for political and military gains.