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JIHAD TERROR IN THAILAND: Two dead after brutal wave of bombings and shootings

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More than 6,500 people have died in separatist violence in the region since 2004, when resistance to Buddhist rule flared up.

Thailand is mostly Buddhist but parts of the south are majority Muslim.

Coordinated terror attacks have already come to this country, and more are coming as well. It’s only a matter of time.

“TERROR IN THAILAND: Horror as two dead after brutal wave of bombings and shootings,” by Tom Parfitt, Express, April 18, 2017:

AT LEAST two people have died after a string of co-ordinated terror attacks in Thailand, according to local media.

Three others were wounded in the horrific violence this evening, which took place in 13 districts in the south of the country.

Among those targeted were police, troops and civilians – but no group has yet claimed responsibility for the attacks.

Seven of the attacks took place in Narathiwat, with grenades being thrown at checkpoints, houses and businesses.

A spokesman for the country’s security agency said: “This is the work of people who want to cause chaos.

“It looks like their intention wasn’t to kill but rather to cause disorder.”

The number of casualties has yet to be officially confirmed.

No Britons are believed to have been affected in tonight’s attack, but the Home Office website warns of a high terror risk in Thailand.

It warns tourists: “You should follow the advice of the local authorities, monitor local media reports and remain vigilant.”

More than 6,500 people have died in separatist violence in the region since 2004, when resistance to Buddhist rule flared up.

Thailand is mostly Buddhist but parts of the south are majority Muslim.

Talks between the Thai government and a handful of insurgent groups began in 2013 under Yingluck Shinawatra’s government.

But they have stalled since the military overthrew her in 2014.

 

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  • B17G

    The Thai had better nip that crap fast.

    • shirley versace

      at least, like the Burmese, they won’t be hamstrung by PC sentimentalism like we in the west are. They will just get on with it and meet force with force.

  • AlgorithmicAnalyst

    I got interested in this a few years ago when some people I knew kept traveling to Thailand for some reason. The problem seems to be mainly in the Muslim regions in the south, not the Buddhist regions in the north, which seem to be safe for travelers.

    • Grant Woodside

      The South of Thailand is also the most “raunchy” , I think that word fits.
      From stories I have read and heard, there are places there like the biblical Sodom​ & Gomorrah.
      Buddhists​ are so peaceful it seems
      I read there was a Buddhist monastery on Prince Edward Island, Canada
      Around 500 monks, a $10M facility,
      From all over the world they go there to study
      The people think they are wonderful neighbors

  • Mahou Shoujo

    Where there are muslims, there is senseless violence, get rid of them, however possible.

  • Kim Bruce

    Terror and insidious deception are the only reasons Islam has spread around the world. Take away the religious aspects of Islam and it is mainly political. Genghis Khan admired the ideology for its ability to creep inside and take over a region. Adolf Hitler admired Islam as well. It is the perfect siege and conquest machine.

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