Hurricane of supporting terrorists groups raises its head in Switzerland amidst wave of Islamophobia

Cyrus McGoldrick, Advocacy Director for Council on American-Islamic Relations, makes a photo with his cell phone of an anti-Muslim poster on Monday, Sept. 24, 2012, in New York's Times Square subway station. A federal court forced the Metropolitan Transportation Authority to run the ad by blogger Pamela Geller, executive director of the American Freedom Defense Initiative, saying it was protected speech under the First Amendment. "As civil rights advocates, we defend Pam Geller's rights as a racist and a bigot," said McGoldrick. "Muslims are tired of being targets while extremes feed their propaganda." (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)

ISLAMABAD Sept 18 (TNS): Amidst the storm of Islamophobia fraud and swizz in Switzerland evolving as a distinct factor in its social and political space, a hurricane of supporting terrorists groups has raised its head very recently.

The Swiss authorities are not alert at all about presence of Balochistan Liberation Army terrorists or elements linked with such terrorists who put up “Free Baluchistan” posters in Geneva. Rather they seem to be deep slumber over it.

The posters that appeared in the area around Rue de Ferney of Grand Saconnex “mentioned the name of Baluchistan House (BH) as a sponsor.

BH the apparent sponsor of these posters is an affiliate of the Baluchistan Liberation Army (BLA), which is a “listed terrorist organization under the laws of Pakistan and other countries, including the United Kingdom.

Pakistan’s Permanent Mission to the UN in Geneva counted eight posters and one digital poster on display since 3rd of September. According to him, a car remained parked near the digital poster and seemed to be guarding it.

It is quite conceivable that local city authorities received certain revenue fee for display of these posters.

It is very surprising that the elements linked with terrorists operate openly in the peaceful and serene city of Geneva.

The use of Swiss soil by terrorists and violent secessionists for nefarious designs against Pakistan shouldn’t have been allowed.

Wasn’t it a flagrant attack on sovereignty and territorial integrity of Pakistan? The Swiss authorities must respond.