The other side of the story

 ISIS in Balochistan: A Myth or reality

Balochistan: Painting in support of Daesh Wednesday, November 5th, 2014 10:10 pm 60 Reads

The fast growing Islamic extremist Jihadist organisation in the Middle East, DAAESH or ISIS, came into existence after developing difference and breaking ties with Al-Qaeeda in April 2013.  This religious fanatic organisation in based in Iraq and Syria and it claims that pro-Shiite governments in these countries are against Sunni ideology.  So far their prime target has been Shiite governments and the Shiite community in particular, they have killed thousands of Shiite people, but to expand their border they are also fighting against Sunni extremist organisation Al-Nusra Front and the …

Pakistan’s involvement in international terrorism and the Baloch national issue

560ddf88-d4e4-22ca Saturday, November 1st, 2014 11:39 pm 50 Reads

The consciousness of nationalism was the only commonality among those subjugated nations who appeared on the world map in 20th century as sovereign states which shared a common historical background. But the nations compressed into the unnatural single entity of Pakistan, neither possess any common historical background nor do they have any common interest. Above all deep in their hearts they never felt that they were a single nation. Until 1940 the word ‘Pakistan’ didn’t even exist. It was the British Raj that created Pakistan to safeguard its future interests …

Enduring Unity and its Prerequisites

521c37f9-a47f-0fdc Monday, July 28th, 2014 11:37 pm 46 Reads

By Dr Shahzavar K
One word that most frequently can be heard in all liberation movements is the concept of ‘unity.’ Undoubtedly unity is a decisive leaver. The more united the oppressed people become the shorter will be the distance to their victory. Unity, with a clear purpose, acts as a catalyst that accelerates the pace of the movement to reach its ultimate destination. The Balochistan liberation movement is not an exception in this regard. The vast majority of Baloch these days talk about Baloch unity. More specifically, it is …

27 March 1948 – Balochistan’s occupation day

560ddf88-d4e4-22ca Tuesday, March 25th, 2014 11:41 pm 74 Reads

Since the occupation of sovereign state of Balochistan in 1948 the Baloch has been observing the 27 March as a Black day. On this day in 1948 Pakistan attacked and forcefully annexed the Baloch country at gunpoint. Soon after the forcible merger Baloch resistant movement started under the leadership of Agha Abdul Kareem Khan, who was the younger brother of the ruler of Balochistan. Hence, from 27 March onward the conflict between Balochistan and Pakistan has started.

Baloch have fought at least five major wars in their attempts to regain their …

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Editorials

The QDA land grabbing mafia brutalities in New Kahan...

QDA2Wednesday, August 9th, 2017 10:11 am

The Pakistan army, representatives of Pakistan at Balochistan assembly and the QDA (Quetta Development Authorities) mafia headed by GD Imran Zarkoon and wing commander Pakistan FC Usman have started demolishing…

Free Balochistan Movement week-long campaign...

fbm_protestSunday, October 23rd, 2016 01:25 pm

Balochistan is the homeland of the Baloch people and it is located in one of the most strategic locations in the world. The total area of Balochistan is about 560,000…

The plight of abducted Baloch women...

SaveBalochWomenTuesday, December 15th, 2015 12:49 pm

Occupied Balochistan located in the centre of South Asia, Central Asia and Middles East is a land where Pakistani state is involved in extrajudicial executions, torture, displacement, Kidnapping and massacre…

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