Iran uses Hazara settlers in demographic war to turn the Baloch into a minority in their own land – by Tarek Fatah

Iran uses Hazara settlers in demographic war to turn the Baloch into a minority in their own land – by Tarek Fatah

LUBP Editor’s note: We don’t agree with the blatantly racist, insensitive and non-factual remarks by Tarek Fathah who is obfuscating systematic country-wide Shia genocide and blaming Pakistan’s most target killed community (Shia Hazaras of Balochistan) instead of identifying and condemning Takfiri Deobandi terrorists of Sipah Sahaba Taliban who are sponsored by Pakistan army’s intelligence agencies and Saudi Arabia.


“Iran uses Hazara settlers in demographic war to turn the Baloch into a minority in their own land. Its not just a Sunni-Shia issue. Tens of thousands of Hazaras who fled to Iran from Afghanistan are now being settled in Balochistan with Pakistani citizenship cards. I met the Hazara community in UK and they admit, there is an Iran hand.” – Tarek Fatah.

Reaction on Twitter by Hazara, Baloch, Shia and Sunni activists of Pakistan and other countries






















43 responses to “Iran uses Hazara settlers in demographic war to turn the Baloch into a minority in their own land – by Tarek Fatah”

  1. Tarek Fatah is infamous for his chaotic thoughts. He has no intellectual integrity. He just wants attention. His views against Pakistan are known and can be seen seen on U-Tube.

    • I am in absolute agreement with Mufti Zandeeq sb, Tarek who principally lives in Toronto area Canada and is often published in a local paper has been aspiring to find a topic involving Pakistan in particular and Muslims in general to stir up some controversies and has failed to achieve so.
      He is merely looking for attention and constantly looks for ways and methods to demean Pakistan so he can become a star for the west he worships for its hatred of Muslims.

  2. Sarah Bibi, ignore intellectually inferior bigots like him. Obscurity is the best reward for them.

  3. Whats his point? What benefit does Iran get in settling Hazaras into Quetta? When I read the heading, i thought Tarek is talking about Iran’s Sistan Balochistan Sunni majority province. But, no he is talking about Pakistan. I can expect stupidity from him but plz note that this theory came to him after meeting Herbiyar Murri.

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