Thailand: three policemen murdered after visiting mosque 'peace initiative'

Ramadan Diversity

2 links from Pamela Geller:

A deputy commander and two other police officers of Krong Penang police station in Yala Province were ambushed and murdered tonight (Thursday July 10, 2014) by Muslim terrorists as they returned from visiting a local mosque during a Ramadan peace initiative by police.

Muslim outreach and interfaith homicide.

Our SIOA journalist in Thailand writes:

A deputy commander and two other police officers of Krong Penang police station in Yala Province were ambushed and murdered tonight (Thursday July 10, 2014) by Muslim terrorists as they returned from visiting a local mosque during a Ramadan peace initiative by police.  More below the fold….

thailand nurse jihad 2

The devout Muslims are in a Ramadan frenzy in Thailand and they are targeted the most gentle, the most innocent human beings – Buddhist nursing students. Our man on the ground in Thailand, Chai, writes: So much for the peace of Ramadan in Southern Thailand. “the two women were randomly selected because they were defenceless […]READ MORE

The radio reports that the deputy police commander was a Muslim. The other two were probably Muslim judging by their names in Thai. This mosque was not Deputy Police Lt Colonel Adinant Ismaael’s normal mosque. He was there for community outreach.

Ramadan is a very dangerous time for Buddhists and also for Muslims who do not support terror in the name of Allah.

We must always remember that Muslims are the first victims of Islamic terror, and that probably hundreds of millions of Muslims would leave that religion immediately if it would not result in their death.

This Ramadan is turning particularly violent in the Land of Smiles (Thailand)

 

One thought on “Thailand: three policemen murdered after visiting mosque 'peace initiative'”

  1. That’s incredibly sad to read. Taking ones life is never a good thing and those poor policemen probably didn’t expect to be in the line of fire at all when attending an event that should promote peace among people 🙁

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