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Borrowed revolutions

thumbnail imageHow about an ‘unoccupy Balochistan’ movement or ‘stop killing the Hazara’ movement? Admittedly, it does not have the same catchy ring to it and will probably not be too popular on Facebook. Franz Fanon, in his masterpiece The Wretched of the Earth, writes about how in the first stage the colonised man will manifest aggression against his own people. While he will take any level of indignation and humiliation from the master or the policeman, at the slightest perceivably hostile glance from his brother, he will reach for his knife.

Terrorism, Nationalism or Revolution in Balochistan

thumbnail imageWhat is going on in Balochistan? Is it terrorism? Is it struggle for provincial autonomy? Or is it a Baloch revolutionary movement, aimed at breaking the chains of slavery and changing the status quo: Pakistan’s totalitarian colonialism?

Balochistan, the forgotten province

thumbnail imageLogistic supplies to US and NATO forces in Afghanistan which land in Karachi are also routed through Balochistan. This explains why the US/NATO prefer to ignore events in Balochistan. This could, however, change once the US dependency on routes through Pakistan changes to the Northern routes.

Goodbye Pakistan

thumbnail imageI would like to humbly and respectfully thank the government of the United States of America for granting me asylum in this country where I am sure I will not be judged “by the color of… skin but the content of … character.”

Balochistan violence and online activism

thumbnail imagePanelists Jahanzaib Haque, Tazeen Javed and Daniel Teweles talk Facebook, Twitter, social media, new media and digital activism at the International Youth Conference 2011 in Pakistan.

The killings and the promises

thumbnail imageThe media and the judiciary keep concentrating on non-issues but turn a blind eye to brutalities and human rights violations by state-run agencies.

I want the Baloch to get back the true Meaning of Life! Do you?

thumbnail imageBaluchistan is a deadly province for correspondents, where state and non-state actors violently interfere in journalists' professional work, with the aim of controlling how they and their enemies are portrayed in the media.

Baluchistan's press under siege

thumbnail imageBaluchistan is a deadly province for correspondents, where state and non-state actors violently interfere in journalists' professional work, with the aim of controlling how they and their enemies are portrayed in the media.

Peter Tatchell on Terror and Talibanisation in Balochistan

thumbnail imageThe Baloch people are caught in the cross-fire of Pakistani subjugation, Talibanisation and the West’s so-called ‘war on terror’.

The Battle for Pakistan: Militancy and Conflict in Balochistan

thumbnail imageThere has been little incentive for Balochis to take up arms against NATO forces in Afghanistan.

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