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Tarek Fatah and Dr.Allah Nazar, head of Millitant group BLF

Tarek Fatah tweeted that Dr.Allah Nazar tweeter id was hacked. Dr.Allah Nazar is head of pro Independence baloch millitant Organization BLF. Recently Dr.Allah Nazar tweeted , that are objectionable and violates Tweeter user terms. In this regard Tatek  Fatah, whom many Baloch  believe as a Punjabi , close to few feudal sadars is tweeting  as if he is the represent BLF. What relationship between a millitant group leader and Tarek Fatah. Where are BLF representatives? Is Dr.Allah Nazar tweeter account operated by others? It could be true, because Allah Nazar do not use any communication equipments and do not talk with outside world using satellite phone or give Interview to media from his phone. Then we can conclude that someone is badly handling his tweeter handle and tarnishing his image. It is high time for action.

These 5 Things Could Challenge China's Rise

https://scout.com/military/warrior/Article/These-5-Things-Could-Challenge-Chinas-Rise-110510122


Staff - 14 hours ago0An F/A-18 Super Hornet lands on the deck of the USS Ronald Reagan in the South China Sea September 30, 2017. (Photo: REUTERS/Bobby Yip, 247Sports)By Jonathan Ward and Reed SimmonsDuring his presidency, George W. Bush famously asked Hu Jintao, then president of China, what kept him up at night. Hu replied that it was job creation: how would he be sure that he could provide employment for the twenty-five million people entering the workforce every year?Hu’s China was a different era. The “peaceful rise of China” has given way to the “great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation,” and, at the 19th Party Congress last month, Xi Jinping unequivocally stated that China will now be “moving closer to center stage.”Today, displays of Chinese confidence abound, from the South China Sea to its first overseas military base, from the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, to the Belt and …

BLF claims killing 15 FWO personnel that New York Times calls wannabe emigrants

https://mustikhan.com/2017/11/15/blf-claims-killing-15-fwo-personnel-that-new-york-times-calls-wannabe-emigrants/



mustikhanUncategorizedNovember 15, 2017 5 MinutesTruth is the first casualty in war.The real story is still not clear as an Associated Press story in the New York Times and most news channels reported that the 15 killed were trying to cross the border into Iran for onward journey to the West, while the militant Baloch Liberation Front claimed they were workers of the army-run Frontier Works Organization.The New York Timesreported: “Gunmen have shot and killed 15 men who were planning to cross into Iran on their way to Europe as well as a police official and three of his family members in separate attacks in southwestern Pakistan, officials said Wednesday.“Darmoon Bawani, an administrator in Turbat district, which borders Iran, said the 15 men were killed in a mountain village. He said they ranged in age from 18 to 30 years old, and all hailed from the populous Punjab provin…

BLF claims killing 15 FWO personnel that New York Times calls wannabe emigrants

https://mustikhan.com/2017/11/15/blf-claims-killing-15-fwo-personnel-that-new-york-times-calls-wannabe-emigrants/



mustikhanUncategorizedNovember 15, 2017 5 MinutesTruth is the first casualty in war.The real story is still not clear as an Associated Press story in the New York Times and most news channels reported that the 15 killed were trying to cross the border into Iran for onward journey to the West, while the militant Baloch Liberation Front claimed they were workers of the army-run Frontier Works Organization.The New York Timesreported: “Gunmen have shot and killed 15 men who were planning to cross into Iran on their way to Europe as well as a police official and three of his family members in separate attacks in southwestern Pakistan, officials said Wednesday.“Darmoon Bawani, an administrator in Turbat district, which borders Iran, said the 15 men were killed in a mountain village. He said they ranged in age from 18 to 30 years old, and all hailed from the populous Punjab provin…

These 5 Things Could Challenge China's Rise

https://scout.com/military/warrior/Article/These-5-Things-Could-Challenge-Chinas-Rise-110510122


Staff - 14 hours ago0An F/A-18 Super Hornet lands on the deck of the USS Ronald Reagan in the South China Sea September 30, 2017. (Photo: REUTERS/Bobby Yip, 247Sports)By Jonathan Ward and Reed SimmonsDuring his presidency, George W. Bush famously asked Hu Jintao, then president of China, what kept him up at night. Hu replied that it was job creation: how would he be sure that he could provide employment for the twenty-five million people entering the workforce every year?Hu’s China was a different era. The “peaceful rise of China” has given way to the “great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation,” and, at the 19th Party Congress last month, Xi Jinping unequivocally stated that China will now be “moving closer to center stage.”Today, displays of Chinese confidence abound, from the South China Sea to its first overseas military base, from the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, to the Belt and …

These 5 Things Could Challenge China's Rise

https://scout.com/military/warrior/Article/These-5-Things-Could-Challenge-Chinas-Rise-110510122


Staff - 14 hours ago0An F/A-18 Super Hornet lands on the deck of the USS Ronald Reagan in the South China Sea September 30, 2017. (Photo: REUTERS/Bobby Yip, 247Sports)By Jonathan Ward and Reed SimmonsDuring his presidency, George W. Bush famously asked Hu Jintao, then president of China, what kept him up at night. Hu replied that it was job creation: how would he be sure that he could provide employment for the twenty-five million people entering the workforce every year?Hu’s China was a different era. The “peaceful rise of China” has given way to the “great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation,” and, at the 19th Party Congress last month, Xi Jinping unequivocally stated that China will now be “moving closer to center stage.”Today, displays of Chinese confidence abound, from the South China Sea to its first overseas military base, from the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, to the Belt and …