The Head of General Security for the Emirate of Dubai and former Dubai Police Force chief, Dhahi Khalfan Tamim, has urged the Arab world to provide diplomatic support for a sovereign country for the Baloch in Iran.
The Lieutenant General took to Twitter to express his sympathy with the Baloch. He, however, remained tight-lipped about the Baloch issue in Pakistan.
The UAE and some other major Gulf countries see the Shia-dominated Iran as a major threat to their security. Their relations have hit a new low since the recent conflict in Yemen.
“We should not shy away from supporting the Baloch and the Ahwazis. They are our brothers,” he wrote on the social networking website.
He said the Arabs should help open embassies for the Baloch and Ahwazis of Iran.
“The Arabs must recognize the state of Ahwaz and the state of Balochistan …. and open embassies for them,” he said adding: “I acknowledge Balochistan as an independent state with its sovereignty on its territory.”
The former Dubai police chief said the “amount of agony suffered by the Baloch of Iran can even break mountains… Support them so they can attain their freedom… an independent state. The gallows which are used to execute the Baloch and the Ahwazis are the best witness.”
In a clear reference to Iran’s meddling in Arab countries like Yemen and Syria, he said Tehran supported “its allies”, so “we have to be as active as Iran or even more”.
A proper and well-disciplined political, social and organized leadership is leading for free Balochistan in Pakistan. Balochistan socio-economic denationalization and denaturalization are pushing the world powers to decide the fate of the mineral-rich land, Balochistan. Thousands of peaceful human rights activists and Baloch freedom fighters have laid down their heads for the cause to see an independent Balochistan.
But the oil-rich Arab countries miss no chance of exploitation against Palestinian and other deprived nations of the region and they don’t dare to halt Pakistan from sectarian fundamentalism in secular well to do Balochistan, too.
Baloch political leadership welcomed the statement of Dubai-based officials and they have hoped that the International community will soon contribute deciding the fate of a great nation, has now been scattered in Iran, Afghanistan and Pakistan.
The Afghan Tribune | Web Desk | Published: November 08, 2015 11:02 PM