Pakistan's infamous Inter-Services Intelligence agency has openly called for the death of a Pakstani writer and activist based in Toronto, Canada, accusing him of being a Mossad agent.
According to Tarek Fatah, who has been in the forefront of activism to expose Pakistan military brutalities in Balochistan, Pakistan army's unofficial ISI page lists his picture and name as an "Agent of Israel" working for Balochistan and calls for his physical annihilation.
"Calls like 'Kill this bulldog' and 'Find out and kill him'," are posted on this FB page," Fateh complained Friday.
He regretted that Facebook did not seem to be having any problems hosting such open and blatant death threats "where those making the threats don't even care to hide their identities."
Mr. Fatah, has been actively creating international awareness about the Pakistan military brutalities in insurgency-torn Balochistan for the last three years, working closely with the youngest son of Balochistan independence icon Nawab Khair Bakhsh Marri in Geneva and Brussels.
Fatah is among a handful of Pakistani-origin writers who openly advocate Balochsitan's right to freedom.