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Sozial.Geschichte Online, 7/2012

Posted by entdinglichung - 14. Mai 2012

die aktuelle Ausgabe der Sozial.Geschichte Online, Nachfolgezeitschrift der 1999. Zeitschrift für Sozialgeschichte des 20. und 21. Jahrhunderts, als pdf-Datei (1,43 mb) hier, die Artikel im Einzelnen:

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Weitere Inhaftierungen von LPP-Mitgliedern in Hunza

Posted by entdinglichung - 14. Mai 2012

Quelle: International Viewpoint, mehr zum Thema hier, hier und hier:

More arrests in Gilgit Baltistan

Crackdown on solidarity with Baba Jan and his comrades

Farooq Tariq

While protests in different cities of Pakistan is going on, we received a bad news from Hunza valley. Six activists of Labour Party led by comrade Nasir are arrested in Karim Abad, the main city of Hunza, while flyposting the posters for the release of Baba Jan.

This is going too far, comrades are arrested even for this very normal political activity.
Demonstrations for the release of Baba Jan and four other comrades and against the torture are held in Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, Multan, Hyderabad and other cities today.
At Lahore, we gathered at Baghat Singh Shaheed Chouck to protest. I am writing this brief report from the demo place. This was the place where Baghat Singh and his friend were hanged by British Imperialism in 1931. We are demanding that this square should be named formally s Baghat Singh Chouck.
>Baba Jan is today’s Baghat Singh, like him, he is now busy in fighting for the rights of prisoners in Gilgit jail. He has been tortured for that. He has tried to bring religious harmony among Shia and Sunni prisoners.

For more information on the case of Baba Jan and his comrades see Urgent Appeal : Death threat to activists imprisoned in Pakistan.

Farooq Tariq is the national spokesperson of Labour Party Pakistan.

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