Relatives and friends of a victim of terrorist violence in Mekran have launched the Justice for Shaheed Mohammad Hussain Campaign in the U.S. to bring an end to killings of unarmed civilians and political activists in Balochistan.
The campaign has been launched to create international awareness after a so-called human rights group in Canada, called the Baloch Human Rights Council of Canada, rubber-stamped the militant allegation that a victim Mohammad Hussain was an agent of the Inter-Services Intelligence.
Hussain was brutally killed Taliban-style with eight rounds from an AK-47 assault rifle September 14, 2011. The alleged killers also took away Rs. 5,000 cash from his pocket and his cell phone.
Some hard line extremists like Borhaan Arifee of Bahrain and Hafeez Hassanabadi of Oslo defend such killings.
The campaign said in its view the B.H.R.C. Canada calling Mohammad Hussain an I.S.I. agent is tantamount to “rubbing salt to the wounds of the family.”
Members of the Hussain family are U.S. citizens, They and their American friends have vowed they will not rest in peace until justice is done to the Shaheed Mohammad Hussain family in Kech.
“All sane minded people must ask the Baloch militant outfit Baloch Liberation Front, headed by Dr. Allah Nazar Baloch, to apologize for the dastardly killing. In April 2010 a woman professor of Balochistan University was cowardly gunned down by the Baloch Liberation Army, headed by London-based Hyrbyair Marri,” the campaign said.
“The Baloch militants must stop targetting innocent civilians by calling them agents,” the campaign demanded.
The campaign said while Pakistan military, Military Intelligence and Inter-Services Intelligence must be condemned for their Nazi-style brutalities, Baloch militants must also be stopped from becoming judge, jury and executioner.
There is a dangerous trend to label political opponents as national traitors. Recently, even suicide bombing has been used as a weapon.
“All these negative trends must be combated and defeated,” the campaign said.
The campaign said B.H.R.C. Canada also owes an apology to the people of Balochistan and the Baloch Diaspora for describing Mohammad Hussain as an agent of the I.S.I. and trying to counter those who want an end to senseless killings in Balochistan.
Defending and supporting killing of civilians violates Canadian law.
The campaign has also vowed to unmask the faces of foreign moles before the Western governments.