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Blogging Balochistan
Sunday, 20 February 2005
BLA, BLF Logos
I found the logos of BLA, and BLF from's MSN group.

I am not sure whether these are the original logos, or somebody made these for fun.

If these are original, How come BLA has included a map of Paki Balochistan only in its logo? why not all the Baloch lands?

Also, i am yet to see a flag of Balochistan.

Posted by Gedroshian at 2:55 PM EST
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Monday, 21 February 2005 - 12:57 AM EST

Name: baloch freedom fighter

Thanks for showing us BLA and BLF logos.

There is no such thing as Paki or Gajari Balochistan. It is Western Balochistan or Eastern Balochistan. Or Paki occupied Balochistan.

Balochistan flag is available on this site.

Monday, 21 February 2005 - 1:21 PM EST

Name: Gedroshian

To Baloch freedom fighter:

Dear, i know that we should be calling the parts of Balochistan as eastern or western, etc. But where is the center of Balochistan? Can you locate it for me? Where does Balochistan starts? You see Paki part of makkoran is also a part of of eastern Balochistan. Have you seen any RATIONAL map of Balochistan lately? All maps that we put forth are emotional ones, and have no basis. Look at the map of Balochistan in the site for once. It is an embarassment to all Baloch. Thanks God it does not include Karachi or Kabul. When we, Baloch, will be able to decide on one map, and we fight for it? All we do is present unviable maps, which we ourselves know are not true depiction of a free Balochistan that we want.

Now, for the flag; I know of the flag with Red, green and sky colors with the Star. Whose flag is it? Mir Chakar's? Naseer Khan Noori's? Khanate of Kalat's? Prince Abdul Karim's? BLA's? Who decided it? what does it mean?

Isn't it time we ask such questions, and seek answers?
No more emotional bravado.

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