February 22, 2012

BALOCHISTAN: US Congress Bill is international recognition for Sovereign Baloch country



Press Release

US Congress Bill is international recognition for Sovereign Baloch country, may become a beacon house for other democratic countries, and may help United Nations to break its silence on Baloch genocide.
Prof. Naela Quadri Baloch

Integrated efforts for strong lobbying to pass the bill are required.

Renowned Baloch leader and President of the World Baloch Women's Network Professor Naela Quadri Baloch has stated that Republican Congressman Dana Rohrabacher deserves admiration for his highly valuable bill for a free and united country of Balochistan to assure security and basic right of Baloch people to live fearlessly. She has thanked him in a personnel communication and appreciated his great value system having deep respect for human rights, she also expressed her best wishes and full support for passing the bill in US Congress,this success will have immense effects not only on geography of the region but global peace and security situation will also be improved due to containing of the most terrorist states Pakistan and Iran by separating Balochistan so they will lose major resources of oil gas gold uranium and 1700 km of coast in Indian ocean at Strait of Hurmuz.

Pakistan and Iran are nurturing religious extremism, provoking hatred and intolerance to provide justification for their own existence as protectors of Islam but their brutal practices of torturing and killing innocent Balochs have proven that they are not able to be called humans they are even worse than vampires. Both states are involved in progressing genocide of Baloch people by chemical warfare and air attacks. More than 8000 Balochs are kidnapped by state forces.

Every day we are receiving five to ten mutilated bodies of our loved ones thrown away or hanged. Hundreds of our innocent women are kept in Pakistan's military rape cells facing heinous inhuman situation. Prominent Baloch leadership is killed or forced to live in exile. She has appealed to all Balochs to get united and speed up lobbying with other congress members. This Congress Bill may become a beacon house for other democratic countries and may help United Nations to break its silence on Baloch genocide.

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