Barasi Revolusi Nasional (BRN)
The Barasi Revolusi Nasional (BRN) was founded on 13 March 1960 by two progressive core leaders. Due to a conflict of interest and ideological differences, the front was later split into three factions. The first one was the BRN Coordinate, which has not been active [in Thailand] recently. However, the group is reportedly carrying out political activity in Malaysia. The second faction is the BRN Congress chaired by Rosa Burako. This faction has mainly been conducting military affairs. The third faction is the BRN Uram. It was previously headed by the late Hajji Abdul Karim. This faction has emphasized political and religious work. Among the three factions, the BRN Congress headed by Rosa Burako is regarded as the most active group. It has consolidated the entire armed units of the front. It can be said that this faction is militarily active. It has consistently carried out political and military activities in the southern border provinces. Its main headquarters are located in Malaysia.
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