The ISLAMIC LIBERATION FRONT OF PATANI (Malay : Barisan Islam Pembebasan Patani, abbreviated BIPP), until 1986 known as the NATIONAL LIBERATION FRONT OF PATANI (NLFP; Malay : Barisan Nasional Pembebasan Patani, BNPP; also translated as "Patani National Liberation Front" or "National Front for the Liberation of Pattani"; Thai : ขบวนการแนวร่วมปลดแอกแห่งชาติปัตตานี) is a militant Islamic separatist movement based in northern Malaysia and with a history of operations in the South Thailand insurgency .
* 1 History
* 1.1 Barisan Islam Pembebasan Patani
* 2 See also * 3 References
The group was formed in 1959 by Tengku Abdul Jalal , aka Adul na Saiburi , and is reputed to be one of the first armed insurgent outfits in the Pattani area. The group had its base in Southern Thailand .
BARISAN ISLAM PEMBEBASAN PATANI
The BNPP was very active in the 1970s and 1980s. It renamed itself to "Islamic Front for the Liberation of Pattani" (BIPP) in 1986. After a period of dormancy, it was revived in 2002. The renewed group has reduced its nationalistic emphasis and expanded its hard-line Islamic politico-religious goals. The political wing of the group participates in Malaysian state-level politics.
* ^ A B Moshe Yegar (2002). Between Integration and Secession: The Muslim Communities of the Southern Philippines, Southern Thailand and Western Burma/Myanmar. Lexington Books. p. 143. * ^ A B David Carment; Patrick James; Zeynep Taydas (2006). "Thai Malay Separatism: Managing Interstate Ethnic Conflict". Who Intervenes? Ethnic Conflict and Interstate Crisis. Ohio State University Press. p. 120. * ^ A B Kobkua Suwannathat-Pian (2013). Historical Identity, Nation, and History-Writing: The Malay Muslims of Southern Thailand, 1940s–1980s. Ghosts of the Past in Southern Thailand. NUS Press. p. 238. * ^ A B Bilveer Singh (2007). The Talibanization of Southeast Asia: Losing the War on Terror to Islamist Extremists. Praeger. * ^ A B Kees van Dijk (2005). "Coping with Separatism: Is there a solution?". Violent Internal Conflicts in Asia Pacific. Yayasan Obor Indonesia. p. 189. * ^ Wan Kadir Che Man (1995). National Integration and Resistance Movement: The Case of Muslims in Southern Thailand. Regions and National Integration in Thailand, 1892-1992. Harrassowitz Verlag. p. 242. * ^ Bertil Lintner (8 September 2007). "Who\'s who in Thailand\'s Muslim insurgency". Asia Times. * ^ No one is safe, Human Rights Watch , p. 15 * ^ Who\'s who in Thailand\'s Muslim insurgency by Bertil Lintner * ^ PULO Website * ^ Sugu Narayanan (2011). The Relevance of Islam in Southeast Asian Civil Wars. Unraveling Internal Conflicts in East Asia and the Pacific. Lexington Books. p. 134. * ^ Barry M. Rubin (ed.), Guide to Islamist Movements, Volume 2, p. 104
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