PANJGUR DIARY: Dr. Abid Shah


By Malik Siraj Akbar

I am not kind of anti-cliché. Clichés sound good only if they are repeated at a pertinent time. One such statement that I have repeatedly cited while writing about Balochistan is by Martin Niemoller about, according to Wikipedia, the inactivity of German intellectuals following the Nazi rise to power and purging of their chosen targets. Read More

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One Response to “PANJGUR DIARY: Dr. Abid Shah”
  1. google says:

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    I’m brand new to writing a blog however I do write in my diary everyday.
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