Virgins, Burma, Thailands “Restive South’ and the Islamic State

The Virginity Testers of Indonesia
‘It’s a Good Thing’: Military Chief on Virginity Testing of Female Recruits 
The commander of Indonesia’s armed forces believes that invasive virginity tests for female recruits are a good thing and the only way to gauge the women’s morality.-– The Jakarta Globe
 Burma  deflects blame for Rohingya migrant crisis
President Thein Sein’s office says Myanmar will not attend Thai summit on crisis if invitation mentions name ‘Rohingya’.–AJE.IO
Burma is right. The Bengali-Bangladeshi Muslim invaders have to be resettled in their own countries. They have no place in Buddhist Burma.

It seems the BBC has run a ‘news’ story on the ‘plight’ of these invaders with the usual bleeding heart headlines.
“The Rohingya migrants so desperate they are drinking their own urine.”  See More

More than 100 migrants found on southern Thailand island
Notice the media are calling these people migrants not refugees ‪#‎refugees‬ ‪#‎asyumseekers‬
Thailand finds more than 100 migrants on a southern island while thousands remain adrift in the Andaman Sea.–ABC.NET.AU
Europe is being overrun, mostly by black African Muslim men
Isis fighters are sneaking onto migrant boats crossing the Med a new investigation has warned
Isis militants are posing as refugees and being smuggled into Europe across the Mediterranean, it has been reported.

The Islamic State gains more ground with this latest victory.

Islamic State seizes capital of Iraq’s largest province
Militants seized the government compound in Ramadi, the capital of Anbar, dealing a major blow to the U.S.-backed military campaign.
Several Blasts Injure 15 People in Thailand’s Restive South

Fifteen people were injured by several explosions set off by suspected insurgents in a city in Thailand’s restive south, police said Friday.

The improvised bombs exploded Thursday night and Friday morning at 17 places in Yala, including commercial district and banks, police Col. Jamlong Suwalak said. He added that two devices that did not explode were also found.

In one attack, Jamlong said witnesses saw two men on a motorcycle throwing a grenade at a local breakfast restaurant, hurting one person.

Yala Hospital nurse Netchanok Sintiratti said an 11-year-old boy was among the injured from Thursday’s explosions. She said all of the injuries were minor.

Yala is one of the three Muslim-majority provinces in predominantly Buddhist Thailand.

More than 5,000 people have been killed since an Islamic insurgency began in the region in 2004. The insurgents have not issued specific demands but are generally believed to be fighting for an independent Muslim state.