Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Radio NPR's Report on Violence in Balochistan,

(SALEM) -- One of American's most popular public radio stations NPR (National Public Radio) carried a news story last July about the ongoing independence struggle in occupied Balochistan.
This is a subject we explored in the recent article, Balochistan & Bangladesh -- Enduring Pakistan's Selective Genocide. The myriad problems relating to Pakistan's history and aggressive military politics are ugly and widespread. It is tragic for a nation of mostly peaceful people who, like Americans, have little control over the actions of their country's military preoccupation. Balochistan communications minister Sadiq Ali Umrani quipped, "I have told you enough. If I tell you more my body will also be found along a roadside."

No comments:

Post a Comment