Thai Jihad: Many Bombings in Different Locations in 'Restive South'

“More than a dozen coordinated bomb attacks”

Coordinated bombings in 16 locations kill 3 in Thai south

The intrepid mujahedin, taking the fight to shops, hotels, and schools. “Bombings in Thai south kill 3, wound dozens,” from the Associated Press, October 26 (thanks to JW):

PATTANI, Thailand (AP) — Thailand’s military said more than a dozen coordinated bomb attacks in the country’s insurgency-plagued south Tuesday killed at least three people and injured dozens.

The south is “insurgency plagued.” But is it “restive?”

From a few days ago:

Thailand: Jihadist gunmen dressed as women kill seven

Fighting like men isn’t often jihadists’ strong suit, anyway. Hence the preference in conflicts the world over for asymmetrical warfare and the targeting of civilians. “Seven dead in Thai south attacks,” from Agence France-Presse, October 24 (thanks to JW):

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