Malik Siraj & BLA are ISI stoogies

Malik Siraj is speaking of Paki ISI language and mind by Calling Baloch freedom fighter as suicide bombers. Baloch are NOT suicide bomber. This bombing of former minister Naseer Mengal and his son Shafiq Mengal’s house is a handiwork of Pakistan’s ISI to stirr up infra-tribal feud and animosity so they can fight with each other and to incite Naseer Mengal and his son Shafiq Mengal and his Musallah Defai Tanzeem to kill more innocent Balochs who are fighting for independence. BLA’s dirty game that it has been playing for ISI against Baloch nation is not new. No one should be surprised for BLA’s taking credit for this murderous terrorist act (on instructions of ISI) as BLA is actually the terrorist wing of ISI, disguised as Baloch liberation force. BLA have taken credit of many ISI orchestrated acts of terrorism, like killing of Punjabi Barbers, teachers and other in the past to label Baloch as terrorists. None of them had to do anything with Baloch nationalist movement for freedom. And now BLA (ISI) wants to add another profile to Baloch freedom fighter’s name as "suicide bomber". We highly condom these ISI acts of terrorism to use them to label Balochs as Terrorist and suicide bomber and to round them up and made then disappear. We also warn our so called "Baloch journalist" like Malik Siraj to not swallow these BLA (ISI) BS claims without any proper investigation and refrain from calling Baloch freedom fighters as suicide bomber as a part of ISI campaign and propaganda to serve the ISI purpose. Baloch are NOT terrorist or suicide bomber but are the victims of Paki state terrorism.

Quetta Blast: Authorities Detain 15 Suspects

The Baloch Hal News
QUETTA: Authorities in Balochistan have said they have detained at least 15 people they suspect of having links with Friday’s bomb blast outside the residence of a former federal minister’s son on Arbab Karam Khan Road of the provincial capital which killed at least sixteen people and injured more than thirty.
Police said they had registered a case at Sariab Police Station against unknown people who carried out the blast outside the residence of Shafiq Mengal, the alleged head of an anti-nationalist group called the Baloch Musla Defai Tanzeem. They said at least two investigation teams have been formed to dig out the details of the incident.
They said that fifteen suspects had been arrested from different areas of city and they were being interrogated. However, so far there was no any major breakthrough regarding arrest of real culprits.
The underground Baloch nationalist group, the Baloch Liberation Army, had claimed responsibility for the bombing.
In the meanwhile, police claimed to have recovered nine hand grenades, including six from the compound and three from the roof of the residence and defused them on Saturday.
Police officials said the death toll, which was recorded as high as 15 on the first day, had now reached to 16 because of death of more injured people and recovery of dead bodies from the rubble.
The Home Minister Balochistan Mir Zafarullah Zehri along with DIG Operations Quetta Nazir Kurd visited the residence of Shafiq Mengal and inspected different areas of the blast site.
According to reports reaching from Khuzdar a complete shutter down strike was observed in Khuzdar town against the bomb attack at the residence of son of PML-Q leader.
All shops, markets and business centers remained closed throughout the day.
The National Highway between Quetta and Karachi was also closed for sometime as the angry protestors blocked the road by torching old tyres and placing stones in different areas of highways in Khuzdar district.
Governor Balochistan Nawab Zulfiqar Ali Magsi has condemned the bomb attack on the residence of Shafiq Mengal and directed for immediate arrest of accused persons.

http://www.thebalochhal.com/2012/01/quetta-blast-authorities-detain-15-suspects/

Here again ISI agent Mailk Siraj trying to serve his masters by calling a Paki terrorism victim Majeed Baloch as a suicide bomber, who was killed by Paki ISI in a orchestrated bomb attack on Bhutto’ s convoy to nudge Bhutto to kill more Balochs. Majeed did not tried to assassinate Mr. Bhutto with a hand grenade as Mr. Malik claims in this BS story. We strongly condom Mr. Siraj, an ISI agent, for misleading and distorting the facts and warn him to stop calling Balochs as suicide bomber and terrorists as a part of Paki propaganda. Baloch are NOT terrorist or suicide bomber but are the victims of Paki state terrorism.

Editorial: What Does it Mean to be a Baloch Suicide Bomber?

Friday’s suicide bombing outside the residence of Mir Shafiq Mengal, the son of a former interim chief minister, which killed at least fifteen people and injured thirty others, leaves us with absolutely murky prospects of peace in Balochistan in the upcoming year 2012. While for the rest of the country it was a routine bomb blast, historians and experts on Balochistan must bookmark today’s newspaper pages for future references.
For the first time in its history, the secular nationalist outfit Baloch Liberation Army (BLA) has carried out a ‘successful’ suicide bombing. Government authorities in Quetta refuse to agree that it was a suicide blast while one sees expression of tremendous jubilation on Twitter and Facebook pages of young supporters of the nationalist movement. Reactions by young Balochs are similar to what we witnessed in May 1998 when Pakistanis celebrated the successful detonation of nuclear weapons in Balochistan’s Chagi district. One feels that the elated Baloch activists are marking the day as if they have invented or acquired a new weapon to sustain and advance their separatist resistance movement against Pakistan.
On its part, the government and media outlets supportive of former’s policies have deliberately excluded the ‘suicide’ prefix of the bombing in their news dispatches. The government believes suicide bombings, once they start, do not stop easily and they further collapse the already existing poor security apparatus.Pakistani security forces have been remarkably demoralized in recent years while fruitlessly endeavoring to grapple with the phenomenon of countrywide suicide bombings carried out by Islamic fundamentalist groups.Therefore, confirming the occurrence of a suicide blast planned by nationalists for the police means to officially announce the inception of a new chapter of violence, chaos and lawlessness. The pro-government media has also tried to help the officials in their damage control efforts by not clearly confirming the involvement of Baloch nationalists in a case of suicide bombing.
So, what does it mean to be a Baloch suicide bomber and what does it entail for the future of the province? What is going to happen to the nationalist movement if Islamabad takes a few weeks to investigate the bombing and then comes up with staggering “revelations” that Baloch nationalists are “linked” with Islamic terrorist groups? Will that make it easier and more legitimate for Islamabad to bomb Baloch towns under the pretext of executing the war on terror? While these questions will surely be debated in the coming weeks, we still have to wait for more details from the BLA about its future operations and also from the government about its reaction and response mechanism against the rise of this new phenomenon.
A more important question which merits debate is whether suicide bombing is solely used by Islamic radical groups as a tool to spread terror and pressurize their opponents. A lot of people will respond affirmatively if they have deeply read the post-9/11 counter-terrorism literature. But this does not match the reality as secular nationalist movements in many parts of the world have historically used suicide bombings as a strong weapon against their opponents.
Robert Pape, a professor of political science at the University of Chicago who has closely observed every terrorist attack in the world from 1980 to early 2004, says more than half of all suicide attacks were carried out by secular groups and individuals.
“In fact, the world’s leader in suicide terrorism was the Tamil Tigers in Sri Lanka, a Marxist group that is completely secular and that recruits from Hindus. More than a third of all suicide attacks by Muslims were also carried out by secular groups, such as the Kurdish PKK in Turkey and the Communist Party in Lebanon.”
Dr. Pape, who is also the author of the book on suicide bombings Dying to Win, further says, “what more than 95 per cent of all suicide terrorist attacks around the world have in common is not religion, but a specific political goal to compel modern democracies to withdraw military forces from the territory that the terrorists view as their homeland or prize greatly. From Lebanon to Sri Lanka to Chechnya to Kashmir to the West Bank, the central objective of every suicide terrorist campaign since 1980 has been to compel a democratic state with military forces on territory that the terrorists prize to take those forces out.”
BLA’s claim that Friday’s bombing was carried out by a member of its Majeed Brigade takes us back to the history of Baloch nationalist movement when a young Baloch with the same name had made a failed suicide attempt on former prime minister Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto. On August 2, 1974, the young boy from Mastung District [see the editorial picture], Abdul Majeed Baloch, lost his own life while trying to assassinate Mr. Bhutto with a hand grenade. He wanted to avenge the killing of thousands of Balochs in a military operation unleashed by Bhutto after dismissing the first ever elected government of the province. Since then, Majeed has been treated as a national hero and a martyr of the Baloch nationalist movement.
Suicide bombings rise in societies where the supporters of such operations believe injustices against them have reached the peak. When injustice and brutality replaces hope and conflict resolution, suicide bombings find their way as an alternative form of resistance. We knew that Balochs would one day run out of patience after becoming tired of receiving the bullet-riddled dead bodies of their loved ones. What else were we expecting in an unjust society where the country’s army, which is supposed to be the defender of the population, is directly blamed for ‘kill and dump’ operations and the Supreme Court does not show modicum of interest in providing justice to the Baloch?
As far as the BLA is concerned, it should also pause and think for a while before choosing for such a self-destructive option. Similar to its name, “suicide” bombing also leads to the political suicide of some of the strongest political movements. Such bombings brutally and indiscriminately kill innocent people. They spread terror at public places and claim lives of women, children, elderly and all those unarmed civilians who have no remote connection with the government policies and actions.
Every progressive or conservative movement offers some kind of ‘hope’ to its supporters. It is hope that leads to the success of some flawed and conservative movements. Why did the Taliban succeed in coming to power in Afghanistan? Because they promised peace and ‘justice’ to their people. Although their regime was subsequently marked with unprecedented violations of human rights, they reflect one dimension of public aspirations and expectations when they decide to support a movement.
Many Balochs look at the BLA and other political stakeholders as forces which will one day bring them justice. A poor and hungry Baloch would continue to support the nationalist movement as long as it offers him/ her promising economic prospects and equality. But if the very people in the streets of Quetta and elsewhere in Balochistan become victims of Baloch operations, they will understandably unsubscribe their moral support. By the end of the day, they will become weary of nationalistic politics and get back to the government for assistance against the very people whom they once looked as a sign of hope.
Baloch nationalist organizations should learn lessons from the mistakes the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) made. With an annual revenue of $300 million, the LTTE was the world’s richest resistance force. It also enjoyed remarkable support from some neighboring and a few European nations. Yet, overconfidence and excessive violations of human rights led to the unpopularity of the movement and its eventual defeat.
After the May 2nd raid which killed Osama bin Laden, Balochs had an extraordinary opportunity to reach out for international support. Islamabad has annoyed many civilized countries of the world, including the United States, because of its not-so-covert support to Islamic terrorist groups. If the Baloch leadership and diaspora engages in peaceful advocacy and political dialogue with the world community, they can achieve remarkable success. On the contrary, suicide attacks can turn out to be so destructive that they will provide Islamabad a chance to divert the attention of international community from its own support to Islamic radical groups and misleadingly force the world to designate Baloch resistance groups as terrorist outfits.
(MALIK SIRAJ AKBAR)
Editor-in-Chief
The Baloch Hal
http://www.thebalochhal.com/2011/12/editorial-what-does-it-mean-to-be-a-baloch-suicide-bomber/

U.S. woman asks Marri to answer as 15 die, 30 hurt in B.L.A. bomb attack
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Ahmar Mustikhan
, Baltimore Foreign Policy Examiner
December 30, 2011 – Like this? Subscribe to get instant updates.

Hybyair Marri (right), who is accused by Islamabad of being the chief of B.L.A. terrorist outfit. Also seen is his comrade Faiz Baluch (left).
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Crisis Balochistan

London-headquartered Baloch Liberation Army Friday claimed credit for the suicide attack in Quetta that killed 15 passersby and left more than 30 wounded.
The bomb attack reportedly targeted former minister Naseer Mengal and his son Shafiq Mengal — suspected henchmen of the infamous Inter-Services Intelligence –, but both were safe.
However, an American woman, who supports the idea of a free Balochistan, called the attack a terrorist bombing.
"The B.L.A. can call it whatever they want, but the Pakistan propaganda machine will label the act one of a terrorist group. The rest of the world will agree with Pakistan because suicide bombing is synonymous with terrorism," said Jane Weisner, who is based in Amherst, Mass., and is presiding council member of the American Friends of Balochistan and a member of the Amnesty International.
"Hybyair Marri and Faiz Baluch have voices that are listened to by the B.L.A. What do you men think of the killing of innocent Baloch?" asked Weisner, who is a Catholic humanist married to a Jewish professor.

Marri, who is former Balochistan education and his associate Faiz Baluch, who is from Western Balochistan, were arrested and tried for terrorism in 2008 but freed.
Directly addressing Marri she said, "Where are you? What do you have to say?"
Pakistan accuses Marri of being the operational commander of the B.L.A.
Fears run high Marri and Baluch might be arrested again in London if B.L.A. continues such terrorist actions.
"I ask myself does the B.L.A. really want freedom for Balochistan, or are they a group of war lords looking to cut up the riches of Balochistan? They can’t be freedom fighters and be so ignorant of the International Communitiy’s reaction to a bombing that killed 15 innocent people and injured 30 others. Human life is everyone’s business," Weisner said.
She said the American Friends of Balochistan is tirelessly working to raise the profile of Balochistan in the U.S. but such terrorist actions undermines its works
“I call upon on all Baloch people everywhere to condemn these acts of violence and demand the B.L.A. respect all human life as sacred,” she said.
Weisner and her colleague Laurie Deamer plan to call Aziz Baloch in Vancouver, who is vice president of the Baloch Human Rights Council, but allegedly supports the B.L.A.
According to the Baloch Hal, the B.L.A. identified the Taliban-style suicide bomber as Darwesh Baloch.
Many Muslims males are willing to get themselves killed in such a way in hopes they will get 72 virgin angels and 22 peach-bottom boys in heaven, but Baloch claim to be secular and it was unclear what they hope to achieve by such acts.
©Mustikhan Syndicated News Service

http://www.examiner.com/foreign-policy-in-baltimore/u-s-woman-asks-marri-faiz-to-answer-as-b-l-a-bomb-attack-kill-15-wounds-30

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