A UDA/UFF paramilitary mural in the Protestant Lower Shankill area of north Belfast honoring a killed member. The paramilitary group UDA (Ulster Defense Association) whose slogan is "QS" (Quis Separabit) - who will separate (us) - was proscribed as a terrorist organization in 1992. Earlier on, in 1973 the UFF (Ulster Freedom Fighters), a cover name used by the UDA when conducting operations, was outlawed. UDA/UFF terrorists were responsible for hundreds of deaths, most of them Catholic civilians, during the Troubles. Now, the UDA/UFF has evolved into a criminal organization engaged in drug trafficking, protection rackets and other criminal activities. And like the other paramilitary groups in Belfast, they are also involved in vigilante activities and pretend to protect their communities from alleged anti-social behavior and petty crime with their violent attacks. People, including children, from both communities have to cope with the intimidations, beatings, shootings and expulsions out of the area by the paramilitaries of their own community.