Baloch Human Rights Council (UK) strongly condemns the barbaric act of Iranian government of hanging 16 Baloch nationalist activists last week.
It has been widely reported by international media that Sixteen Baloch rebels have been hanged in Iran in retaliation for the deaths of at least 14 border guards in an ambush. It is worth mentioning that these prisoners were already kept in solitary confinement before being hanged in the revenge of killing of border forces.
This inhuman act of disproportionate measure is the continuation of Iranian policy of crushing the peace full Baloch national resistance movement in Iran.
BHRC calls upon the international community to take strong notice to the unabated human rights violations by Iranians against the peaceful resistance of the Baloch who are raising voice against national subjugation. and the claiming the sovereignty of their land.
BHRC believed that this act of medieval mind-set should not go with impunity in a world of 21st century.
Baloch Human Rights Council is holding a protest rally and has written a letter to The United Nation's Secretary General Ban Ki Moon (posted by registered mail) in order to mobilize international support against the violations of human rights by the Iranian Government in Balochistan.
You are requested to join us in the demonstration to condemn & expose Iranian state crimes against humanity being committed in Balochistan.
All Baloch and all other human rights activists, freedom, democratic & peace loving people are requested to attend the protest to express solidarity with oppressed & suppressed people Of Balochistan.
VENUE: in front of Iran embassy, 16 Prince’s Gate, London SW7 1PT
Date & Time: Sunday, 10 November 2013 from 2pm – 4.30pm
Nearest Tube: High street Kensington, south Kensington, Knightsbridge
London, 05 November 2013