Back in 1991, the Pentagon produced a secret war plan to invade Iran. It involved taking the Port of Gwadar from Pakistan by supporting a separatist movement in Baluchistan.
Part of that involved operations funded by Saudi Arabia against Afghanistan and a broader US presence in the area “against” rogue states seeking WMD’s and new terror groups.
This entire scenario was written by Kosher Nostra planners and turned over to their assets who run the Mossad, CIA and MI 6.
MEMRI: On November 29, 2021, thousands of ordinary Baluchi women turned out on Gwadar’s coast in an unprecedented demonstration demanding essentially very basic rights. The placards they held in their hands had simple slogans: “Give rights to Gwadar”; “We are Baloch, We have self-respect.”
Essentially, the protesters are demanding basic rights such as education and jobs. This protest movement has come to be known as Haq Do Gwadar Ko (“Give Rights To Gwadar”) or Haq Do Tehreek (the “Give Rights Movement”) for short.
Thousands of women from Turbat, Ormara, Jewani, Pasni, and other areas of Gwadar district participated in the rally, setting out from Al-Johar Public School and ending at Marine Drive of Gwadar city. According to a media report, the participants said the breadwinners of their homes were without jobs and called for ending illegal fishing by large trawlers and for easing restrictions on border trade with Iran.
A day later, on November 30, the Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Zhao Lijian was dismissive of the mass protests: “This is completely fake news. Certain media’s hyping up of the protests against China in Gwadar region lacks factual basis.” Zhao Lijian added: “China firmly rejects certain media’s attempts to smear the CPEC building and China-Pakistan relations.” Notwithstanding the contemptuous assertion by the Chinese spokesman, the videos and pictures show a demonstration of political will by women that even the Pakistani military’s powerful apparatus will find it difficult to crush.
The November 29 protests were part of a series of continuing protests that entered their 18th day on December 2, 2021. On December 3, the legislative assembly of Punjab, a politically influential province, adopted a resolution expressing concern that the protesters included a large number of women and children who had to take to streets for their fair demands. The resolution demanded that the federal government of Pakistan “listen to the grievances of the people of Gwadar who have been protesting for many days and address their problems on a priority basis.”
The protesters are not terrorists or members of jihadi groups that the Pakistani military can crush under its boots. These are ordinary women, mostly covering their faces as is customary for women across South Asia or wearing burqas because they are led by Jamaat-e-Islami Pakistan, a religious-political party with a large support base. Their key leader is Maulana Hidayat-ur-Rehman, the secretary general of Jamaat-e-Islami Pakistan for Baluchistan province. The protesters are mainly women, and the protests are spreading to small towns in Baluchistan, which is territorially the largest province.
Senior journalist Hamid Mir expressed displeasure over the mainstream media’s neglect of the recent protests. Tweeting in Urdu, Mir said: “On Gwadar’s seacoast, women today held a big rally. A few days ago too, inhabitants of Gwadar held a rally of shrouds [for dressing the dead] but sadly the ‘national media’ often ignores the protests in Gwadar and other parts of Baluchistan.” The Friday Times, a liberal website, headlined its report as: “In a first, women take to the streets in Gwadar against rights violations.”
Commenting on the November 29 protests, Maulana Hidayat-ur-Rehman, the local religious leader helming the protests, tweeted in Urdu: “There was no home today in Gwadar from where our respected sisters and daughters and mothers did not come to participate in this rally. The women of Gwadar have today written a history, have expressed their awareness for their rights. Never mind the province; there is no precedent for it in the entire country. The time has come to give them their rights.”
On December 1, men and women from Gwadar, Turbat, Pishkan, Zamran, Buleda, Ormara, and Pasni taking part in the protests blocked a major highway. Maulana Hidayat-ur-Rehman told Dawn.com, a liberal daily, that the protesters not only blocked the Makran Coastal Highway from four different locations on Thursday (December 2), but a “shutter-down strike” was also observed in Gwadar, with shops and markets closed across the coastal city and fishermen across the district also not turning to the sea. Read more…