Holding an Israeli flag, Ashraf Sherjan appears to be well aware of the risk he was taking by standing openly with Israel. "I know very well if I hold the flag of Balochistan, I am not safe. Or if I hold the flag of Israel I am also not safe," Sherjan said. "But still I stand with Israel. Because I understand very well what is true. All I can say peace in Israel and free Balochistan."Sherjan is the past president of the Germany chapter of the Baloch Republican Party, a key party that is demanding independence of Balochistan from Pakistan. Islamabad has responded by disappearing majority of the central leaders of the BRP and killing hundreds of the party supporters. Recently, Nawab Brahumdagh Bugti, president of the the BRP who now lives in exile in Geneva, in an interview with Israel radio expressed optimism Israel will stand with Balochistan in its struggle against Pakistan brutalities.The 13-year-old Israeli girl was
Sherjan, who had lived in the UAE since he was two and moved to Germany in 2012, explains why he is pro-Jewish and pro-Israel. "I studied in a Indian school in UAE so most my life has been spent with mix community of people with different religion and different races. So I am used to this and understand and respect all religions," he said.