The Balochistan Liberation Front (BLF) is an ethno-separatist militant organization which was founded in Damascus, Syria in 1964. Four years after its formation, the group joined the Iranian Balochi Revolt which was an insurgency of Balochi groups against the Government of Iran. Upon negotiating an end to the fighting with the Shah of Iran in 1973, the militant organization then turned towards inciting insurgency against the state of Pakistan. The BLF is currently fighting against the Government of Pakistan for an independent Balochi state. Pakistan’s terrorism monitoring authority “NACTA” added the BLF into its proscribed organizations list on September 8, 2010.
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Fatima Zainab studies Strategic and Nuclear Studies at National Defence University, Islamabad. She is an IBM Certified Cybersecurity Analyst. Her areas of interest cover Cyber Warfare, Contemporary Security Studies, and International Politics.