Sunday, April 29, 2012

Pakistan's ISI proxy (Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan) beheaded British Red Cross Worker

@Baloch Human Rights Council (BHRC) Strongly Condemns the brutal murder of Khalil Rasjed Dale the British aid worker in Balochistan. We express our sympathies and share the grief & outrage of  ICRC and British Red Cross. We strongly believe that the precious life of Mr.Dale could have been saved if Pakistani Govt.. was serious enough to care for humanity. His murder in a military  garrison town Quetta suggest that his kidnappers have kept him for almost 6 months  in the town with no fear of the presences of sate apparatus just as Osama Bin Laden was kept safe for years in Abbotabad under the nose of ISI, MI and all other agencies of Pakistan. Therefore we believe Pakistani state is responsible in this brutal murder of Mr. Dale by not protecting and saving his life. 
BHRC requests the international Community to take notice of Pakistani state crimes against humanity in Balochistan and the tactics of blackmailing the civilised world.
Undated family handout photo issued by the British Red Cross on Sunday, April 29, 2012 of British humanitarian worker Khalil Dale , who has been killed in Pakistan after being kidnapped in January.
The body of a British Red Cross worker abducted in Pakistan was found beheaded on Sunday, with a note saying he was killed after his captors' demands were not met, police said. The mutilated body of Khalil Rasjed Dale, 60, was dumped in a bag in an apple orchard on the outskirts of Quetta, the main town in the insurgency-hit south-western province of Balochistan, almost four months after his abduction. A note claiming to be from militant group Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan was found with the body, senior local police official Tariq Manzoor told AFP. The group said in the note that "our demands were not met (and) we have stuffed his (Dale's) body in a bag after slaughtering him. We will soon release video of his beheading," according to Manzoor.
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