Islamic Front for the Liberation of Patani (BIPP)

Known until 1986 known as the National Liberation Front of Patani, Islamic Front for the Liberation of Patani is a militant Islamic separatist movement based in northern Malaysia with a history of operations in the South Thailand insurgency. Its armed wing is Tentara Nasional Pembebasan Rakyat Patani (People's National Liberation Army of Patani). The separatist movement is generally referred to as the South Thailand Insurgency (STI) and considered an umbrella organization for six militant groups.Barisan Revolusi Nasional (BRN): A Pattani separatist group that has come to use the “black flag of Islam” in recent years. The group prefers the Salafist interpretation of Islam, and is said to have split into several factions, including distinctly Islamist splinter groups which wish to create paramilitary groups. Many of the Islamist element’s leaders are reported to have been trained in Afghanistan.Runda Kumpulan Kecil…

Islamic Front for the Liberation of Patani (BIPP), also known as Barisan Islam Pembebasan Patani, South Thailand Insurgency (STI) is an active group formed c. 1959.
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