Thai Jihad

Jihad, as we all know, is nothing but peaceful inner struggle and the blog owner is agenda driven and only wants to blame  the good moslems for the tiny minority of extremists that give the religion a bad name. Right Solker?

Jihad against Buddhists riding motorcycles to the market

Another great victory for the courageous mujahedin in Thailand. “Three Buddhist [sic] killed in Thai south,” from The News International, September 10 (thanks to The Religion of Peace) & JW:

YALA: Suspected Islamic insurgents in Thailand’s troubled south shot and killed three Buddhist men, setting the body of one of the victims on fire, police said Thursday.

In the capital town of Pattani province, gunmen shot dead a Buddhist security guard working at an office for military veterans as he rode his motorcycle to a market late Wednesday, police said.

The attackers then torched the 42-year-old’s body and his motorcycle in the middle of the road in front of terrified onlookers, they said. Gunmen shot dead a deputy village chief on the same day, also in Pattani province, police said….

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  1. Human Rights Watch condemns increasing violence by Thai separatists jihadists

    That’s really bad. Don’t these people know that only Muslims are human and that the kafirs have to be killed and driven from their homes so that the earth is purified and allah’s children can enjoy the booty and the jiziya?

    Bangkok – A human rights group on Tuesday condemned a surge in violent attacks by separatist Muslim insurgents on civilian targets this year in Thailand’s troubled southern provinces.
    Since January, a series of shootings and bombings perpetrated by insurgents have claimed more than a dozen lives.
    “There is no excuse for indiscriminate or deliberate attacks against civilians,” said Brad Adams, Asia director at Human Rights Watch. “The leaders of separatist insurgent groups need to rethink their tactics, which are abhorrent, illegal, and completely unjustifiable.”
    Thailand’s majority-Muslim southern provinces of Narathiwat, Pattani and Yala have been a hotbed for violence since January 2004, when a long-simmering separatist movement took a more militant turn.
    About 4,370 people have died in the conflict over the past seven years, 90 per cent of them civilians, Human Rights Watch said.
    In December, Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva said stability was returning to the region after the government introduced a policy of promoting economic development in the long-neglected provinces.
    The claim appears to have sparked a surge in renewed violence.
    On Sunday, a bomb exploded in Yala city, 700 kilometres south of Bangkok, injuring 17 people and destroying an entire block of shops.
    On February 10, three Thais were killed and their bodies burned, on February 3 five Buddhists were shot in Pattani and a roadside bomb killed nine in Yala on January 25.
    “Some recent insurgent attacks appear intended to spread terror among the Buddhist Thai population, in violation of the laws of war,” Human Right Watch said.
    “Their aim is to drive out the Buddhist population, keep Muslims under control, and discredit the Thai authorities,” the human rights group said of the separatist rebels.
    About 80 per cent of the 2 million people living in the three provinces are Muslims, making it the only majority Muslim region in predominantly Buddhist Thailand. An estimated 300,000 Buddhists have left the region since in 2004.
    The region was an independent sultanate until Bangkok conquered it about 200 years ago. The local population, which shares greater cultural, linguistic and religious similarities with neighbouring Malaysia, has never wholly submitted to rule by the central government.

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