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Pahlavi often repeated the new identity as: “Modern Iran is a continuation of the Persian empire, being Iranian means being Persian”.

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This kind of method of revenge killing by Iranian government has always been used in response to clashes with armed forces systematically.

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Mr. Nasser Boladai, President of the Balochistan Peoples Party followed with an overview of the situation of the Balochi minority in southern Iran.

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Speakers: Tunne Kelam, Nasser Boladai, Marino Busdachin,Marco Scurria, Ivan Serrano & Ricard Vilaregut, , Loghman Ahmedi, Michael Jewkes, William Spencer Exploring the Path of Federalism in the Middle East

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Sources further reported that Iran awarded death sentence to at least 83 people in Zehran Prison. Majority of the victims are Baloch who were arrested from different areas of Iranian occupied Balochistan.

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After 7 years of imprisonment, Alireza was supposed to be released on Tuesday, June 24, after being proved to be innocent.

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Mr. Boladai stressing that the economic benefits did not reach the Baloch communities. Due to its geostrategic location, Balochistan is intensively used as a platform for drug trafficking and an important channel for religious extremist to convey their funds

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speakers who will contribute with their expertise in this regard include: Ms. Monireh Sulemani - Representative of the Balochistan Peoples Party, Mr. Hillel Neuer - Executive Director of the UN Watch, Mr. Karim Mr. Abdollah Hejab -;Mr. Taimoor Aliassi G) Ms. Marina Nemat - Iranian activist, author of "After Tehran: The Life Reclaimed", Human Dignity Prize winner.

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May 12th - A gathering in Toronto remembered Mir Gul Khan Naseer, the revolutionary poet of Balochistan, and paid tribute to a great son of the soil for his exceptional literary work and political struggles dating back to the 1930s. Baloch Human Rights Council (Canada) hosted the event; attended by Baloch, Punjabi, Kashmiri, Sindhi, Bangladeshi, and Ahwazi communities to express solidarity with the Baloch struggle for freedom and rights.

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A stable and peaceful Balochistan will utilise its own natural resources, and create the right circumstances for building pipelines to transport oil and Gas to the international market, which in turn will help economic growth and bring stability to the region and the world.

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