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Smilets Land - Men intet smil bak sløret !

 

Thailand omtales ofte som Smilets Land, og thailendere flest er gjerne kjent for smil, gjestfrihet og vennlighet. Det må imidlertid  ikke forlede noen til å tro at islam og muslimer i Thailand er noe blidere enn andre steder. Ondskapen, aggresjonen og terroren i islam er tidløs og stedløs, den er universell. Av Thailands ca 60 mill innbyggere er 95% buddhister, 4% muslimer og den siste prosenten en blanding av hinduer og kristne. Religiøst er således Thailand totalt dominert av buddhister.  Det finnes en rekke kristne organisasjoner som overvåker forfølgelse av kristne verden over, og som publiserer informasjon om dette. For muslimske land har disse organisasjonene tykke bloddryppende mapper, men for det buddhistiske Thailand har de ingen verdens ting. En av de største av disse organisasjonene, International Christan Concern, nevner ikke en gang Thailand. Det er ingen ting som tilsier at de religiøse minoritetene i Thailand har noe å beklage seg over, og det gjør da heller ikke verken de kristne eller hinduene.  Og det skulle bare mangle, buddhisme er en av om ikke den fredeligste av verdens religioner, de som ikke kan leve i fred med i buddhister kan ikke leve i fred med noen. Lever så Thailands 4% muslimer i fred med det buddhistiske flertallet ? Svaret er gitt ovenfor. Muslimer kan ikke leve i fred med noen, og da selvsagt heller ikke med buddhister. Den muslimske minoriteten i Thailand er konsentrert i sør, nær grensen til Malaysia hvor de lokalt utgjør ca 70-80% av befolkningen. De forlanger selvfølgelig sin egen muslimske stat som de gjør på de kristne Filippinene, og de kjemper for dette med terrorisme som rammer uskyldige sivile. De støtter også mer eller mindre åpenlyst Al Qaida og Osama bin Laden. Den muslimske terroristorganisasjonen i Thailand kaller seg Pattani United Liberation Organisation.

 

Bakgrunnen for at Thailand har et muslimsk mindretall i sør er for øvrig litt spesiell.  Av frykt for at området skulle komme inn under britisk kontroll annekterte Thailand Pattani og seks andre små sultandømmer i 1902 og satte dem direkte under styre fra Bangkok.  Å annektere et område befolket med muslimer er med andre ord ingen spøk, muslimene som følger med på kjøpet kan bli roten til mye djevelskap

 

Også i Thailand har man et ”politisk korrekt” etablissement som bagatelliserer, benekter og  bortforklarer djevelskapen i islam. Situasjonen minner med andre ord litt om de skandinaviske land, dvs en liten andel muslimer som er lokalt konsentrert og som makthaverne er lydige nikkedukker og løpegutter for. En viktig forskjell må imidlertid påpekes. Mens de muslimske mindretall i de nordiske land er konsentrert i hovedstadsområdene er den muslimske minoriteten i Thailand er konsentrert i et typisk utkantstrøk. Overført på norske forhold ville det tilsvare at 70-80% av befolkningen i Finnmark var muslimer, mens resten av Norge var tilnærmet muslim-fritt.

 

Media i Thailand er heller ikke  i lomma på muslimene i samme grad som i Norge, og i enda større grad i Sverige. To av landets største engelskspråklige aviser, The Nation og The Bangkok Post er tidvis  kritiske til islam, til muslimene og til myndighetenes ettergivenhet og lefling med faenskapet. Avisen har også internet sider, de ligger på :

 

The Nation

 

The Bangkok Post

 

I det følgende er en del av muslimenes meritter i Thailand dokumentert med klipp både fra disse og andre media både i og utenfor Thailand. Stoffet er delt i to, et avsnitt om interne forhold i Thailand (Nasjonalt) og ett om thailandske muslimer sine forbindelser til det verdensomspennende muslimske terror-nettverket som også norske muslimer er en del av. For en del av klippene er det føyd til egne kommentarer. For at det klart skal fremgå hva som er egne kommentarer er disse skrevet med italic som dette.

 

NASJONALT

 

Alert sounded against terror attack in South

The Bangkok Post 4 July 1996

MUSLIM separatists are likely to bomb railway tracks, bridges and government offices in the South this month, according to an intelligence source. The new Pattani United Liberation Organisation would most likely plant bombs on the tracks between Pattani's Khok Pho District and Songkhla's Thepha District, the source said yesterday. Other targets may include important bridges, roads and government offices, he added. PULO was also planning to bomb the cars of senior government officials in the South.

 

Southerners at hearing seek equality for Muslims - Participants call for Islamic court

The Bangkok Post 25 May 1997

The people of the five southern border provinces want equality for Muslims and Islamic laws applied to Muslims nationwide and not only in their provinces.

 

Muslimene har altså allerede særlover i  de provinser hvor de er i flertall, og vil ha det i resten av Thailand også.

 

Separatists getting overseas support - Links to Mideast and UK-based radicals

The Bangkok Post 3 September 1997

Security forces are concerned over reports that southern separatists are receiving terrorist training and money from foreign supporters. One report said a farm only 20 km from the Thai-Malaysian border is the headquarters of several groups with links to the Mideast and radical Muslims based in London.

 

Security beefed up in South after bomb attacks

The Bangkok Post 12 November 1997

Security has been beefed up in three southern Muslim-dominated provinces following a string of attacks by a new separatist group called "Serbatu".

 

Bomb blast in Betong wounds 13 - Device explodes outside school

The Bangkok Post 30 December 2002

Abomb exploded in Betong district of this southern province last night, wounding at least 13 people…. Maj-Gen Sanan said more police officers have been despatched to provide protection to people living in the "terror-prone" Muslim-dominated provinces.

 

Plague of terrorism ruins Thai economic growth

The Bangkok Post 18 January 1998

Since the early 1940s, southern separatists have been conducting random terrorist runs on the five southern provinces of Songkhla, Satun, Yala, Pattani and Narathiwat and after they have completed their goal to wreak chaos they take refuge in Malaysia. Their aim is to separate the region from Thailand, to carve out an independent Muslim state with Pattani as the centre.

 

Intelligence reports have identified the two major southern separatist movements as the Pattani United Liberation Organisation (Pulo) and the Barisan Revolusi National (BRN). Latest reports mention the movement Gerakan Mujahidin Islam Pattani (GMIP) translated as "Pattani Mujahidin Islam Movement" plus as many as 40 splinter groups of the Pulo and the BRN.

 

Stunted growth: Aside from being a threat to peace and national security, the cross-border terrorist runs have been seriously damaging the economic growth of southern Thailand.

 

Hva kom først, høna eller egget ? Muslimsk terrorisme søkes ofte forklart med fattigdom og sosial urett. Som påpekt ovenfor, det er det motsatte som er tilfelle. Den muslimske terrorismen i det sydlige Thailand hindrer økonomisk vekst. Fra naturens side er området et potensielt turistparadis, men muslimene er tydeligvis ikke interessert i å utnytte det potensialet. I stedet skal de ha sin egen muslimske stat hvor en minoritet på da ca 20-30% kan reduseres til annenrangs rettsløse borgere, og hvor de kan innføre sine barbariske sharia-lover. Dette slåss de for med geriljakrig og terrorisme, noe som selvfølgelig skremmer turister over alle hauger og hindrer økonomisk vekst. I neste omgang påberoper de seg å være fattige, en fattigdom de bare har seg selv og sin perverse religion å takke for.

 

Tourism damaged by bomb attacks - Tour operators scrap hotel reservations

The Bangkok Post 19 January 1998

Many businesses, especially tourism, in Betong district of Yala have been seriously affected by a spate of bomb attacks in Muslim-dominated southern provinces. A recent bomb attack at Chaopor Tohni shrine in the middle of this town not only killed and injured many people but also frightened the villagers and tourists.

 

Army closing in on separatists

The Nation, Published on Jan 6, 2000

AUTHORITIES are closing in on a group of armed Muslim separatists responsible for a spate of violence in the country's southernmost region, a senior Thai army officer said yesterday. …. About 80 per cent of the people living the country's four southernmost regions are Muslims of Malay descent.

 

Da Taliban ødela Buddha statuene I Afghanistan ble det fremstilt som om dette var noe alle andre muslimer fordømte. I den forbindelse kan det være verdt å nevne hva den muslimske ungdomsorganisasjonen i et av verdens mest buddhistiske land mente om saken:

 

Young Muslims should admit they were wrong

Published on Dec 22, 2001

The Young Muslims Association of Thailand has already isolated and humiliated themselves by endorsing the Buddhablasting Taleban and raising money for the same with Tshirt sales featuring the face of a well known mass murderer.

 

Security alert after killings

The Nation Published on Dec 26, 2001

Security will be beefed up in the aftermath of violent attacks on police outposts in three southern border provinces on Monday night that left five policemen and one village defence volunteer dead, officials said yesterday….Muslim separatists have claimed responsibility for the killings in the three predominantly Muslim provinces.

 

Intergrating the Muslim South

The Nation Published on Dec 29, 2001

The fresh outbreak of violence in Muslim-majority southern provinces is disturbing. Gunmen, believed to be Muslim separatists, attacked police outposts in the border provinces of Yala, Pattani and Narathiwat on December 24, killing five policemen and a village defence volunteer. With the well-coordinated assaults, the attackers apparently succeeded in convincing many of their supporters and sympathisers that the decades-old armed struggle to create a Muslim homeland in Thailand's Deep South is very much alive. As in numerous other terrorist attacks in the past, it appeared the security forces in the South were caught off-guard. Time and again, security officials in these southern border provinces tend to play down the on-again-off-again campaign of terror, including bombing attacks on civilians, the burning of schools and extortion.

 

They always attributed such acts of terrorism to remnants of armed separatist groups, which they claimed had been worn down by the combination of military campaigns and political/psychological warfare designed to win over the hearts and minds of the Muslim populace. But the fact that the terrorists were able to carry out such daring attacks on police checkpoints in three provinces almost simultaneously on December 24 speaks volumes about their capability and considerable level of networking of support from sympathisers, not to mention tolerance among local people.

 

I Norge og andre vestlige land snakkes det mye om integrasjon av muslimske innvandere. Det fremstilles gjerne som om det å ha muslimer i landet er noe nytt for oss, og bare vi får litt tid på oss så vi får ”integrert” dem skal alt bli bra. Situasjonen i Thailand viser hvilken gedigen løgn dette er. Der har de hatt et lite muslimsk mindretall i ca hundre  år, og de er fremdeles ikke integrert, de er tvert i mot en økende kilde til uro. Muslimer KAN IKKE integreres i et sivilisert samfunn, fordi deres tro FORBYR det, og enhver som tror eller later som han tror det er enten idiot eller løgner. Ild kan ikke integreres med vann, lys kan ikke integreres med mørke, ondt kan ikke integreres med godt og islam kan ikke integreres med sivilisasjon. SIMPLE AS THAT !  Sett i lys av problemene de skaper, og hvordan området ble en del av Thailand, kan man jo lure på hvorfor ikke Thailand overfører området til malaysisk suverenitet.

 

Thailand to have full-fledged Islamic Bank

Pattaya Mail

Thailand is likely to have a full-fledged Islamic Bank in May, as Krung Thai Bank Plc. (KTB) prepares to launch the Islamic banking system separately in both management and operational aspects from its normal commercial banking businesses. The project is expected to be completed by May.

 

Nå er vel kanskje ikke dette det farligste utslaget av islam, men det illustrerer på sin mate integreringens umulighet.

 

BPP sent to beef up local police in South

The Nation Published on Mar 15, 2002

Border Patrol Police units were yesterday despatched to the southern provinces of Narathiwat, Pattani and Yala following a spate of shooting attacks against local policemen. Police Deputy Commissioner-General Kowit Watana said the BPP would help local police forces maintain law and order. Six policemen in the three provinces were shot dead by hooded gunmen on Tuesday and Wednesday, Kowit said, taking the death toll of policemen and civil defence volunteers to 12 from attacks since December 24.

 

Thai PM Threatens to Revoke Citizenship of Islamic Separatists

Xinhuanet 2002-03-18 11:20:32

Thai Prime Minister Thaksin  Shinawatra threatened that he would revoke the citizenship of  separatists based in the south who hold dual Thai and Malaysian citizenship, saying it was a matter requiring urgent action, the Bangkok Post reported Monday. Thaksin's remark followed a clash between police and a group of separatists on Saturday in Narathiwat province, 1050 kilometers south from Bangkok.    Three of gunmen including Nasawree Saeseng, alias Arwae Kaelae, leader of Mujahidin Islam Pattani, were killed in fight, the report said.

 

Vi gratulerer thailandsk politi med å ha foretatt den eneste mulige integreringen av muslimske terrorister i et sivilisert samfunn : På kirkegården, ref President Arayo på Filippinene sitt utsagn: ”The ONLY peace offer you will EVER get, is the peace of the GRAVEYARD ! ”

 

Police seek transfers

The Nation Published on Mar 19, 2002

Many police in the Muslim-dominated provinces of the far South have requested transfers following last week's string of attacks that killed seven fellow officers. Pol Sergeant Samart Plongorn died at Yala Hospital yesterday, becoming the seventh policeman to have been killed in a series of coordinated attacks last week against police booths in the southern provinces.

 

South:the usual excuses don't wash

The Nation Published on Mar 19, 2002

Seven policemen were killed in a renewed outbreak of violence in Muslim-majority provinces in the past week. The assailants fired on police checkpoints with automatic rifles in a series of well-coordinated ambushes in Yala and Pattani.

 

Thailand grapples with problems in predominantly-Muslim south

Channelnewsasia.com 4 April 2002

The Thai government is allocating more than a million US dollars for the building of mosques in the kingdom and is starting a development fund for the five predominantly Muslim provinces in the south. The cabinet announced this after meeting to draft a strategy to deal with the economic and security problems plaguing the south. Muslim communities account for more than 70 percent of the population in Thailand's five southern-most provinces. It is a region many consider unstable.

 

Som om det er noe å undre seg over i et område der 70-80% av befolkningen er muslimer. Myndighetene BELØNNER altså terroristene ved å bygge moskeer for dem.

 

Thailand Implements Moral Development Plan for Young Muslims

 Xinhuanet 2002-04-19 12:16:25

Thailand has launched a six-month moral and spiritual development project for children and youth of  the Islamic faith, aimed to promote the religious and social values among Thai Muslims, the country's second-largest religious community, the government announced here Friday.

 

Det kan nok trenges, spørsmålet er om det hjelper.

 

Thai PM fears more violence in Muslim south

Yahoo News Thursday July 11, 6:46 PM

Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra said on Thursday he feared more violence in the country's Muslim-dominated south bordering Malaysia after the fatal shooting of two policemen. But Thaksin denied that recent violence, which has seen 17 police officers killed since December, was the work of Muslim militants in mainly Buddhist Thailand.

"There could be more incidents, but we must take tougher measures to stop this," Thaksin told reporters.

"I don't think religion was the cause of the problems down there because several of the policemen killed were Muslim."

A military intelligence officer said he believed, however, that the violence was the work of Muslim rebels seeking a separate homeland.

 

Vi kan konstatere at Thailand tross alt er heldig stilt sammenlignet med Norge. Der kan tross alt en tjenestemann med ansvar for landets sikkerhet tillate seg å antyde at muslimer gjør noe galt, og å motsi landets statsminister på det punkt. Hadde noe tilsvarende skjedd i Norge ville Oslo Sharia-embede umiddelbart ”gone balistic” og iverksatt etterforskning mot vedkommende som tillot seg den uhyrlige frekkhet å påpeke noen fundamentale faktiske forhold.

 

Police defuse timebomb in Thailand's Muslim south

Yahoo News 16 July 2002

BANGKOK, July 16 (Reuters) - Thai police defused a powerful timebomb on Tuesday placed in front of a food shop in the country's Muslim-majority south, the latest in a string of violent incidents that have shaken the region.

 

Thai Muslim separatists vow to fight on for homeland

The Nation via Faith Freedom Foundation 17 October 2002

BANGKOK (AFP) - A Muslim separatist group operating in Thailand’s south has vowed to pursue its independence struggle despite the sentencing to life imprisonment of three of its leaders, a report said Thursday. The Pattani United Liberation Organisation (PULO) has been largely inactive since the arrests of three of its top leaders in 1998.

 

But the group said in a statement to the Nation newspaper that it would “continue to struggle to expel the Thai forces who occupied our sacred land and with the memory of those respected leaders... and those martyrs who fought and died with dedication for the liberation of Islam and the Pattani homeland”. The group also reportedly said it “considers the Thai Constitution illegitimate in the area and its members are not under Thai jurisdiction” and that it “deserves the right to react accordingly”. On Wednesday, PULO cell leader Daoh Thanam, chairman Bueto Betong and operative Samaae Thannam were sentenced to life imprisonment for treason following a three-decade terror campaign in the south. The three reportedly admitted burning down public schools and killing policemen and soldiers in a series of ambushes carried out since 1968.

 

Thailand may be Al-Qaeda's next terrorist attack: Experts

Hindustan Times New York, November 9 2002

A month after the devastating bombing on the Indonesian resort island of Bali killed 190 people, mostly foreign tourists, western intelligence experts have warned that Thailand may be the next likely target of the Al-Qaeda terrorist network.

The reason cited is that a group of Al-Qaeda operatives met in Thailand and discussed plans to attack bars, nightclubs and tourist resort throughout the region months before October, Western officials were quoted.

 

Thai Muslim guerrilla at peace as fears of unrest mount

Alert 19 Nov 2002 01:45

Yousuf "Pakistan" Longpi led a band of 11 men in darkness down the jungle-clad mountain, wielding Vietnam war relics -- an M-79 grenade launcher, two carbines and an M-60 machinegun. Their mission: to destroy a police station and grab as many weapons as possible for a struggle to create an independent Islamic state in Thailand's southernmost provinces.

 

"We launched the first bomb and the attack started," the 54-year-old former guerrilla said. "But the second bomb didn't explode, so we withdrew."

 

One policeman was killed in that attack in 1977, an operation typical of the low-scale Muslim separatist war fought in the late 1970s and 1980s against predominantly Buddhist Thailand.

 

Violence flares again in southern Thailand

The Strait Times 10 May 2003

Two telephone booths were set on fire by unidentified people in Thailand's Narathiwat province on Thursday in a spate of violence against government property and security officials in the predominantly Muslim south. The arson came a day after gunmen shot dead a policeman in his house in the third attack against security officials in two weeks, according to a Bangkok Post report. Late last month, armed men raided two military outposts in Narathiwat and Yala provinces, killing at least five Thai marines and stealing automatic weapons.

 

Police officer killed in latest attack in southern Thailand

The Star 16 May 2002

BANGKOK, Thailand (AP) - Gunmen fatally shot a police officer in southern Thailand on Friday, in the ninth violent attack against security personnel in the country's Muslim-dominated south in recent months, police said.

 

Thai officials have rejected suggestions that the recent violence represents a form of Islamic insurgency. Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra has blamed it on criminals. Southern Thailand has long been plagued by violence from armed gangs, some of whom claim to be Muslim separatists while others engage purely in criminal extortion. At least 20 police officers were killed in attacks there last year.

 

Danskere bliver i Thailand trods terrortrussel

Urban 1 Juni 2003

Selvom Thailand nu erkender, at man er et muligt terrormål, er der ingen planer om at evakuere de mange danske turister i landet. Omkring 1000 danskere befinder sig i øjeblikket i Thailand, hvor myndighederne i går meddelte, at landet inden kort tid risikerer at blive mål for et terrorangreb. Alligevel skal ængstelige, danske Thailands-farende ikke regne med at få mulighed for at flyve gratis hjem til tryggere forhold i Danmark. »Vi forholder os udelukkende til Udenrigsministeriets rejsevejledninger. Og så længe ministeriet ikke direkte advarer mod at opholde sig i landet, tilbyder vi ikke folk at flyve hjem uden beregning,« siger Stig Elling, salgsdirektør i Star Tour.

 

Meddelelsen fra Thailands regering kommer efter afhøring af militante muslimer fra det sydøstasiatiske terrornetværk Jemaah Islamiah, og det er første gang, at myndighederne erkender at man overvåger militante muslimer i landet.

 

Thaier tilstår terrorplaner

Ekstrabladet 11. jun. 2003  

Terrormistænkte thaier tilstår planer om attentater mod populære rejsemål som Phuket og Pattaya. To af de tre mænd, der er blevet anholdt af thailandsk politi har tilstået, at de planlagde angreb på udenlandske ambassader og turistattraktioner som Phuket og Pattaya i Thailand, skriver norske Aftenposten. Alle tre har indrømmet, at de er medlemmer af det regionale terrornetværk Jamaah Islamiyah, oplyste thailandsk politi til nyhedsbureauet AFP onsdag.

 

- To af de mistænkte har fortalt politiet, at de planlagde angreb på ambassader i Bangkok og populære turistmål i Phuket og Pattaya, sagde politikommissær Paisan Thangaitrong. Jamaah Islamiyah, der ifølge eksperter har stærke bånd til Al-Qaeda, beskyldes blandt andet for at stå bag bombeangrebet på Bali i oktober i 2002, hvor tre unge danske kvinder var blandt de 202 dræbte.

 

Thailand Thwarts Plot to Attack Foreign Embassies During ASEAN Meeting

VOA 14 Jun 2003, 12:18 UTC

Thailand's prime minister says Muslim militants with alleged links to a radical Islamic group were planning to attack foreign embassies in Thailand during a meeting of Asia-Pacific leaders meeting later this year. Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra said details of the plot came in a confession from a Singaporean man arrested in the Thai capital last month before being deported back to Singapore.

 

Mr. Thaksin said the man, Arifin bin Ali, revealed the bombing campaign in a written confession to Singaporean authorities. The bombings were to be carried out during the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation leaders' forum in Bangkok next October. Leaders of more than 20 countries, including President Bush, are due to attend the forum.

 

'Saddam' a popular new baby name

The Austalian December 19, 2003 via Jihad Watch

SOME Muslims in Thailand have named their newborn babies Saddam Hussein following his capture by US forces in Iraq last weekend. "He's a cross between a hero and a tyrant, but we choose to remember his good side," Rohcidee Lertariyapongkul, chairman of the Muslim Youth Association of Thailand, was quoted as saying in the Bangkok Post.

 

"One way to do it is to let our babies bear his name." Thailand is predominantly Buddhist, but its southernmost provinces are Muslim-dominated.

 

Og imamen i Indias største moske går lenger. Han kaller ikke Saddam for en hybrid av tyrann og helt, men bare for en helt. Det finnes knapt noen nålevende menneske som har flere muslimers liv på samvittigheten enn nettopp Saddam Hussein. Likevel helt !  Og så er det noen hjernedøde politisk halvkorrekte  naut som ”for så vidt” er enig med FOMI, men som ”reagerer” på krass språkbruk. Spar oss for ”for så vidt” – enigheten. Vi trenger den ikke. Hvis ikke det å hylle sine trosbrødres massemorder er perverst, hva i svarte granskauen er da perverst ? Det er like perverst som om fangene i tyske konsentrasjonsleirer hadde grepet til våpen for å forsvare sine bødler og voktere mot sine befriere.  

 

Nyttårsopprøret 2003/2004

 

Nyttårsaften 2003 ble politistasjoner og en del andre mål i Nigeria  angrepet av muslimske terrorister. Dette ble overhodet ikke nevnt i terroristkontrollerte norske medier, hvis det er mulig å stikke det under en stol gjør man det. Noen få dager senere skjedde det noe lignende i Thailand. Omfanget i Thailand var større, bl a ble flere mennesker drept allerede i første fase enn hva tilfellet var i Nigeria, selv om tap av menneskeliv så ut til å jevne seg noenlunde ut etter hvert. Angrepene i Thailand var såpass omfattende og godt koordinerte at diverse internasjonale nyhetsmedier rapporterte den forholdsvis utførlig. Ettersom stadig flere nordmenn også følger med gjennom internasjonale medier fant tydeligvis den lavtstående form for liv som plukker ut hva som skal nevnes i norske medier ut at dette kunne man ikke fortie, ikke HELT i hvert fall. Og hva gjør man da ? Jo da gjør man som Aftenposten gjorde 4 januar, nemlig skriver følgende:

 

Fire soldater drept i angrep mot våpendepot

Aftenposten 4 Januar 2004

Fire soldater ble søndag drept og 18 skoler påtent av ukjente gjerningsmenn sør i Thailand, melder styresmaktene. Angrepene ble utført av om lag 30 ukjente gjerningsmenn i to muslimskdominerte provinser sør i landet.

 

De kom seg unna med om lag 100 håndvåpen etter at de gikk til angrep mot en militærbase i provinsen Narathiwat natt til søndag, ifølge en talsmann for regjeringen. Deretter satte de fyr på i alt 18 skoler, samt to av politiets kontrollposter, trolig for å avlede oppmerksomheten fra våpentyveriet. Ingen ble skadet, men to skoler brant ned til grunnen. Thailandske myndigheter innkalte til krisemøte søndag og konkluderte etterpå med at angriperne ikke var terrorister, men banditter på jakt etter våpen.

 

De fem muslimske provinsene i sør har opplevd flere angrep som muslimske separatister tidligere har fått skylden for.

 

Bemerk spesielt formuleringen at muslimske separatister ”har fått skylden”. I den ligger det en subtil insinuasjon om at de har egentlig ikke skylden. SELVSAGT har de det. Thailandske muslimer har hyllet bin Laden ved en rekke anledninger, og kaller opp ungene sine etter Saddam Hussein. Hvem skulle det ELLERS være som står bak terror som stort sett bare forekommer i den sydlige muslimskdominerte delen ?

 

Til Aftenpostens forsvar må det imidlertid også sies at det politisk korrekte Thailand desperat har prøvd å bortforklare at muslimer står bak. Det er, eller har i vært fall vært, politisk korrekt i Thailand, å ikke kalle de som står bak volden i sør for muslimer, eller terrorister. I stedet blir de typisk kalt banditter, bander osv. Når Aftenposten sier at muslimer ”har fått skylden” er det derfor en sannhet med astronomiske modifikasjoner, de har typisk IKKE fått skylden av PK-kretser i Thailand. At NOEN i Thailand har plassert skyld og ansvar der det hører hjemme, hos landets muslimer, viser ikke noe annet enn at det finnes intelligent liv i smilets land, men der som ellers er det typisk av den politisk ukorrekte typen. Det kan imidlertid se ut som stadig flere i Thailand nå både innser og innrømmer hvem som står bak terroren i syd. Mer om det litt lenger nede. Før man går inn på det kan det imidlertid være på sin plass å gjengi en rapport om de siste aksjonene fra en annen kilde enn Aftenposten:

 

Jihad in Thailand?

JihadWatch 4 January 2004

The headline to this AP story is "Unidentified assailants burn 18 schools, kill 4 soldiers in Thailand."

It also notes that "Deputy Prime Minister Chavalit Yongchaiyudh told reporters that the attacks in Narathiwat province, which borders Malaysia, were not linked to international terrorism."

 

However, "Narathiwat is one of four Muslim-majority provinces in Thailand, which is predominantly Buddhist. A former hotbed of an Islamic separatist insurgency, the south has seen an upsurge of attacks on government-linked targets in recent years that has left more than 50 soldiers and policemen dead."

 

Also: "Government officials have described the perpetrators variously as Muslim separatists, bandits and criminals."

 

The "unidentified assailants set fire to 18 schools and stormed a military armory, killing four soldiers, in almost simultaneous raids in southern Thailand on Sunday, an official said."

 

Also, "military spokesman Lt. Gen. Phalangun Krahan said the raiders broke into the armory and took 103 assault rifles. However, the state-run Thai News Agency quoted unidentified sources as saying the attackers fled with 300 assault rifles, 40 pistols and two M-60 machine guns. Army spokesman Col. Somkhuan Saengpatranet said he cannot confirm the report. 'As this moment we are still checking and do not know the exact number. But initial reports said more than one hundred weapons were stolen,' Somkhuan told The Associated Press."

 

Associated Press sin reportasje er i hvert fall NOE mer i takt med de faktiske forhold enn Aftenposten, men JihadWatch som vi hentet den fra kan ikke dy seg for en aldri så liten spydig kommentar:

 

Hmmm. A group described as "Muslim separatists" from a Muslim area conduct simultaneous raids -- and not for the first time -- during which they steal weapons. But of course, this has nothing to do with international terroroism.

 

Men noen kaller i det minste ting ved sine rette navn, nemlig en thailandsk general:

 

Kitti: Separatists, not bandits

Bangkok Post 8 January 2003

A well-trained separatist group linked to extremists fighting for a regional Pan Islamic state was behind the attack on an army barracks and widespread arson last Sunday, the government's new security adviser said yesterday. ``This kind of well-organised attack on the Fourth Army's barracks was unprecedented,'' Gen Kitti Rattanachaya said. ``This is the worst attack they have ever made on our security forces.

 

``One should not underestimate their strength by playing down the incident. The situation will become much worse if we do not correctly deal with the problem.''

 

Gen Kitti, former commander of the southern-based Fourth Army, maintained the perpetrators were not normal ``gun-trafficking bandits'' as believed by some senior government officials. They were members of a ``well-established organisation'' fighting to establish an Islamic state in the southernmost area.

Thailand her i det minste militære som kaller en spade for en spade, i  motsetning til norske militære som er så oppsatt på å være politisk korrekte at de formelig skryter av sin egen inkompetanse.

 

I kjølvannet av nyttårsopprøret ser det i det minste ut til at myndighetene i Thailand vil ta den muslimske trusselen i sør mer på alvor:

 

New bid to pull together security agencies in South

Bangkok Post 11 January 2004

Military patrols comb a mountainous area in tambon Budin in Yala's Muang district for suspects and weapons taken by raiders of an army camp in Narathiwat. - Tawatchai Kemgumnerd Defence Minister Thammarak Isarangkura na Ayudhaya has begun overhauling the government's security apparatus in the southernmost region. He has asked the Internal Security Operations Command 4th Region to supervise various security agencies.

 

``Unity among security agencies in the southernmost region is needed to fight terrorism,'' said Gen Thammarak.

 

``I am working in the area with [Deputy Premier Chavalit Yongchaiyudh] to see this problem of disunity swiftly resolved.'' The declaration of martial law in the far South would help create unity among security units and allow the military to tackle disorder in the area. Gen Thammarak was ex-intelligence chief of the 4th army in the early 80s under Gen Harn Leenanond, whose famous tai romyen policy helped restore peace and order to the South, especially in the Muslim-dominated region plagued by separatism for decades.

 

Bangkok: Killing of Muslim official puts Thailand on edge

New Strait Times 18 January 2004

Nerves have been further frayed in southern Thailand following the killing of a Muslim leader, as authorities pursued their search for those behind deadly violence which flared this month, officials said today. The body of Matohlafi Maesae, a district official in Narathiwat Province, which borders Malaysia, was found on a roadside yesterday three days after he was reportedly abducted from his home by armed men.

 

Narathiwat's Islamic Council chairman, Abdulrahman Abdul Samed, said Muslims were alarmed, and believed Matohlafi had been murdered by officials who suspected he was involved in separatist groups and the Jan 4 raid on an arms depot.

 

"They are very concerned and frightened. They believe men in uniform are involved with the kidnapping," Abdulrahman said. "They're afraid they will be the next to be kidnapped or killed.

 

“Strike terror into the hearts of the infidelds” sier Koranen, men muslimene i  Thailand setter åpenbart ikke særlig pris på å få en aldri så liten dose av den medisin deres uhellige håndbok i forbrytelser mot menneskeheten foreskriver at de skal ”berike” ikke-muslimer med.

 

Bomb defused in southern Thailand as hunt continues

Reuters 19 Jan 2004 06:37:12 GMT

Thai police have defused a bomb in a southern town as they continue their hunt for stolen guns and suspects involved in the latest violence in the largely Muslim region, officials said on Monday. Police said they destroyed a bomb hidden in the fuel tank of a motorcycle parked in front of a convenience store late on Sunday in Kokepoe district, 1,100 km south of Bangkok, the second bomb planted in the area this month.

 

"If there had been officers surrounding the vehicle, a call could have been made from a phone nearby to a cell phone hidden in the motorbike to trigger the bomb," police Colonel Chaitat Intanujint told a Bangkok radio station. Chaitat said the 600 gram (1 lb) dynamite bomb was similar to one planted in the city of Pattani this month that killed two policemen who were trying to defuse it.

 

Thai muslims threaten civil war

The Straits Times (February 11th, 2004)
A raid on an Islamic school has deepened the central government's problems in southern Thailand, provoking a revolt among its Muslim community leaders. 'Never before in history have the Islamic Committee chairmen of the three provinces taken a unanimous decision to cut ties with the government.'

 

Thai idea to fence off attacks

BBC 17 February 2004

Thailand's Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra has proposed fencing off parts of its border with Malaysia to counter an upsurge in violence. A string of attacks have been carried out on police, government officials and even Buddhist monks in the Muslim-majority provinces.

 

The government has sent mixed signals over who it believes is responsible, blaming both separatists and bandits. It fears the perpetrators may be hiding in Malaysia, though Malaysia denies it.

 

"I have instructed the Thai Supreme Command (military) to build a fence at sensitive points, not along the whole demarcation line," Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra said after a meeting with Muslim leaders on Tuesday. He added that it would cost about 2m baht ($51,000) per kilometre to build. Thai officials have said they believe those responsible may include separatists with dual Thai-Malaysian citizenship who cross the porous border at will.

 

But the spiritual leader of Thailand's Muslims, Chulatattamontri Sawas Sumalayasak, said after meeting Mr Thaksin on Tuesday that he believed smuggling gangs, and not separatists, were behind the recent violence.

 

"People who are responsible for this unrest are people who have lost their business benefits, not Muslims," he said. In the latest attacks, two Telephone Organization of Thailand employees were shot dead by motorcycle gunmen on Saturday in Narathiwat province and a deputy village headman in the same area was slashed on Sunday morning, receiving serious injuries.

 

In neighbouring Yala province, a deputy village headman was shot dead on Saturday night and a border patrol policeman was gunned down in Pattani province. He survived and is being treated in hospital. Mr Thaksin said he was determined to bring "lasting security and stability'' within three years, adding that all police officers assigned to that area must remain there throughout that period.

 

Bildet ovenfor illustrerer hvor lett det er å krysse grensen mellom Thailand og Malaysia. Det kan det kanskje bli en slutt på. Israel er jo i ferd med å bygge et gjernde, noe som jødehaterne selvsagt skriker over seg i avsky mot. Nå ser det imidlertid ut til at Thailand er i ferd med å komme til samme konklusjon.  

 

Fires set at 40 sites across southern Thailand

AP via JihadWatch 20 March 2004

Unidentified arsonists on motorcycles set a string of fires targeting mostly deserted police checkpoints in southern Thailand where Islamic leaders have warned that violence would escalate after the disappearance of a prominent Muslim lawyer, police said Friday. The attackers set fire to nearly 40 sites in the provinces of Pattani and Songkhla late Thursday, Police Maj. Gen. Paithoon Pattanasophon said in a telephone interview.

 

Paithoon reported no casualties from the blazes, adding that they caused panic but no major damage. Three government-owned trucks, five houses and at least 30 deserted police checkpoints were set on fire, he said. Many police checkpoints, the prime targets of attacks, were left unattended following a Jan. 4 raid on an army armory by suspected Muslim separatists.

 

Thaksin party lawmaker faces treason charges

Strait Times 26 March 2004 via JihadWatch

Muslim member of the Thai Rak Thai party has been implicated by one of five people arrested over January attack in Thai south. A prominent member of Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra's ruling party faced treason charges yesterday over a deadly January attack on an army base in the Muslim south after a court ordered his arrest.

 

Najmuddin Umar (bildet til venstre)  a Muslim member of Mr Thaksin's Thai Rak Thai party, was implicated by one of five people arrested last month over the highly planned raid in Narathiwat province which left four soldiers dead. 'The court has approved the arrest warrants for Najmuddin and eight others,' a court official said, declining to identify the co-accused. The charges relate to treason, rebellion, separatist activities and the theft of weapons, he said.

 

Kanskje noe å tenke på for politiske partier i Norge før de starter kappløpet om å nominere flest mulig muslimer på sikrest mulig plass foran stortingsvalget I 2005.

 

Thai bombers escaped to M'sia: Thaksin

 Stait Times 30 March 2004

The perpetrators of a weekend bomb attack in Thailand's Muslim south have slipped across the border to Malaysia due to red tape that delayed their arrest, Premier Thaksin Shinawatra said on Tuesday. Mr Thaksin said Thai authorities were working with Malaysian officials to track down the suspects who are believed to be hold dual citizenship and can easily cross border checkpoints, but did not disclose their identities.

 

New bomb find in southern Thailand

Strait Times 31 March 2004 via JihadWatch

Tension in the town of Sungai Golok rises sharply after the bomb is discovered in a vehicle, two days after Saturday's blast . Tension in the border town of Sungai Golok in southern Thailand escalated dramatically following the discovery of another bomb here yesterday morning. The bomb was found in a package at the Sungai Golok Customs Office, just metres from the Malaysian border, at 10am local time (11am Malaysian time) - peak hour at the gateway between the two countries, Bernama reported.

 

Thailand customs officials say the bomb was discovered in the luggage compartment of a four-wheel-drive vehicle belonging to the department. According to Bernama, the Thai Army bomb disposal unit was called to detonate it. The border gate is only 2km from the town of Sungai Golok, in which Saturday's bomb blast occurred. In that incident, 28 people, including 10 Malaysians, were injured.

 

Terrorists allegedly steal Thai rock quarry explosives

Strait Times 31 March 2004

Islamic insurgents are suspected of stealing a large quantity of explosive devices and chemicals from a rock quarrying company to prepare for a 'major attack' in Thailand's Muslim-dominated south, police said on Wednesday. About 10 men broke into the Manoon Rock Grinding factory on Tuesday night in Yala province, tied up two security guards and took the explosives away in a truck, said Lieutenant-General Thani Twibsri, the deputy commander of the regional police.

 

Thais Fear 'Militant' Revenge

CBS News 29 April 2004

Angry and grief-stricken villagers buried their dead Thursday a day after Thai police killed more than 100 suspected Islamic militants, and the government braced for revenge attacks amid allegations of excessive force.

The widespread killings happened as police repulsed coordinated insurgent attacks at dawn Wednesday across Thailand's Muslim south. Bands of about 20 people each raided about 15 police outposts and checkpoints in the provinces of Yala, Pattani and Songkhla. Security forces shot and killed 108 alleged militants, including 32 holed up in a mosque. Five police were killed in fights with the suspects, most of them teenagers armed with knives or other bladed weapons.

 

"These people only had machetes," said Wahah Chemu, a relative of one of those killed. "The authorities should not have retaliated with weapons of war."

 

Wednesday's bloodshed was by far the worst in Thailand's recent history, fueled by long-standing discontent amid people in the south over perceived neglect of minority Muslims by the Buddhist central government. Ethnic-related unrest has been on the increase since January, and police said they were tipped to the planned attacks by their network of Muslim and Buddhist informers.

 

Shock at the sweep of the violence turned to anger amid speculation that police fired automatic guns and grenade launchers indiscriminately — even at those fleeing and at innocent bystanders. Vithaya Visetrat, a prominent Islamic cleric in the provincial capital of Pattani, said the crackdown could widen the scale of the conflict. "It is the beginning of the people's war," he told The Associated Press.

 

Al-Fayed gave money to machete battle school

Ireland Online 07/05/2004 - 07:20:39 via JihadWatch

 

Harrods tycoon Mohammed al Fayed (bildet til venstre) donated hundreds of thousands of pounds to an Islamic school where 11 pupils died in a bloody confrontation between machete-wielding militants and Thai security forces, its headmaster said today. The school is considered a model of religious moderation, and students and staff say they are shocked at the involvement of former and current students in the April 28 attacks on police and army posts in southern Thailand.

 

Prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra, who visited the school today, told reporters that he told his friend al Fayed to help the government-registered Pattana Islam Vithaya school in Yala province several years ago. Thaksin is touring the Muslim-dominated south to meet some of the relatives of the 107 alleged separatist militants killed by security forces on April 28.

 

Eight Pattana Islam Vithaya students, aged 18 to 20, were among the 32 killed after taking refuge in the 16th-century Krue-sae Mosque in Pattani, said headmaster Mahayudin Saman. He said three of the school’s graduates were also among the mosque victims. Mahayudin said he was unaware that they had become involved with extremists.

 

Og for de som matte ha glemt det: Mohammed al Fayed er altså far til den ørkenrotta som omkom i en bilulykke sammen med “prinsesse” Diana i Paris. Nå viser det seg altså at faren hans har finansiert en uklekkingsanstalt for machete-svingende mordere og terrorister. Kanskje ikke så rart at det nettopp er i en IRSK avis man finner dette. Irerne har alltid kunne styre sin begeistring for det britiske kongehuset.

 

Bombattentat mot buddisttempel

Aftonbladet 16 mai 2004

Tre buddisttempel i det muslimskt dominerade södra Thailand skakades av explosioner sent på söndagen. Minst en människa skadades lindrigt, enligt polisen, och ett tempel fick skador på pelare och tak, uppger TT-AFP. Templen är belägna i tre distrikt i provinsen Narathiwat som ligger vid gränsen mot Malaysia

 

Elderly Buddhist beheaded in Thailand's restive Muslim south

The Nation 29 May 2004 via JihadWatch

Assailants decapitated an elderly Buddhist in Thailand's Muslim south Saturday and vowed more such killings if Muslims continued to be arrested for the months-long unrest in the region, police said. It was the first decapitation in the violence, which has claimed some 190 lives since January, police said.

 

Sieng Patkaoe, 63, was attacked by men with machetes early Saturday as he tapped rubber trees on his plantation in the southern province of Narathiwat, district police said. Sieng's severed head was left along a village road. His body, found some 60 metres (yards) away, had a note pinned to it threatening more killings, police said.

 

Nye uroligheder i det sydlige Thailand

Infopaq 15 Juni 2004

En lokal forretningsmand blev dræbt og en soldat såret i forbindelse med uroligheder i det sydlige Thailand tirsdag. I samme område blev der sat ild til syv forretninger ejet af buddhister. Gerningsmændene formodes ifølge AP at være islamistiske oprørere. Urolighederne i det sydlige Thailand har indtil videre kostet 300 mennesker livet.Islamistiske separatister har i årevis ført en kampagne i området, men på det seneste er uroen taget betydeligt til.

 

POTENTIAL HOT SPOTS: Thailand's Islamic Revolution Continues

Strategy Page 18 July 2004

The Moslem separatist violence in Thailand continues, with two members of the   ISOC (Internal Security Operations Command) were shot in the south while investigating Moslem separatists. There have been attacks against other government officials, especially teachers. As a result, 5,000 school teachers and other government officials in the Moslem areas of southern Thailand have demanded more protection, or transfers to other, safer, parts of the country. So far this year, over 300 have died from the violence in the Moslem south, most of them government officials or non-Moslem Thais.

 

En drept, 25 såret av bombe sør i Thailand

VG 26 august 2004

Ett menneske ble drept og 25 ble såret da en bombe som var gjemt i en motorsykkel, eksploderte på en markedsplass i det sørlige Thailand torsdag morgen. Seks politimenn, sju marinesoldater og mange sivile og skolebarn er blant de sårede i eksplosjonen, som fant sted i Sukhirin i Narathiwat-provinsen, dagen før Thailands statsminister Thaksin Shinawatras planlagte besøk i området.

 

Bomben var skjult på en motorsykkel, men det er ikke kjent hvordan den ble utløst. Tilstanden til flere av de sårede var i morgentimene kritisk. Det sørlige Thailand er i hovedsak befolket av muslimer som på 1970- og 80-tallet førte en væpnet kamp for økt selvstyre fra det buddhistiske regimet i Bangkok.

 

Regionen har de siste månedene opplevd en rekke bombeattentater, rettet mot regjeringsstyrker, politifolk og statlige bygninger. Uroen startet i januar da en gruppe væpnede menn stormet en militærforlegning, drepte fire soldater og stakk av med nærmere 400 automatgevær.

 

Minst 84 døde i Thailand

Nettavisen 26 oktober 2004

Blodbadet var en følge av sammenstøter mellom muslimske demonstranter og sikkerhetsstyrker. Mange av menneskene døde fordi de ble presset ihjel eller kvalt etter at de ble arrestert og stuet sammen i lastebiler, opplyser thailandske regjeringskilder til nyhetsbyrået AP. Seks personer ble skutt og drept av thailandske sikkerhetsstyrker, mens de 78 andre ble trampet i hjel i kaoset som oppsto da politiet åpnet ild mot demonstrantene,. Under en pressekonferanse tirsdag opplyste en av landets mest kjente patologer at hun og hennes team har obdusert til sammen 78 lik i en militærleir i Pattani-provinsen. Obduksjonene viste at de fleste hadde dødd av kvelning.

 

De omkomne var blant de 1300 som ble arrestert etter opptøyer i den muslimskdominerte provinsen helt sør i landet, hvor det har vært lignende opptøyer flere ganger i år. Thailandsk fjernsyn viste mandag bilder av soldater som ved hjelp av vannkanoner og tåregass prøvde å spre en folkemengde på om lag 1.500 demonstranter. Demonstrantene omringet politistasjonen i byen Tak Bai i provinsen Narathiwat mandag morgen. De krevde at seks fanger som sitter fengslet for å ha solgt våpen til aktivister, skulle løslates.

 

De militære i det buddhistiske Thailand har nok en gang vist at de vet hvordan muslimsk ramp skal behandles. Tidligere i år ble de kritisert for å ha brukt skytevåpen mot muslimsk ungdom som angrep dem med macheter. Det skulle da for f.. bare maqngle ! Skulle de la jihad-rampen bruke machetene før de forsvarte seg kanskje ? I denne situasjonen angrep rampen en politistasjon, og gjør man det må man regne med å bli arrestert.  

 

Fears mount in Thailand's south

BBC 27 October 2004

Thailand's Muslim community has reacted with shock and frustration to the news that 78 Muslim men died in police custody after a protest turned violent.

 

Islamic leaders have called for calm in the three majority Muslim provinces of Narathiwat, Pattani and Yala that sit on Thailand's southern border with Malaysia.

 

However, they fear that the grief being felt in the community is quickly turning into anger. "The situation will become worse", one young woman in Pattani province told BBC

News Online. She asked not to be named because she feared reprisals from the authorities. But she was blunt in her assessment of the situation.

 

"The government has used violence to solve the problem, and it hasn't worked," she said, echoing the feelings of many people in the region.

 

"The police and soldiers don't understand the culture here. The authorities should use local people, but they don't, and they just make the situation worse". 

 

Bomb hits S Thai tourist town

BBC 28 October 2004

A bomb has exploded in a town in south Thailand, killing one person and injuring at least 20, reports say. The explosion took place in the Muslim-dominated province of Narathiwat, where 78 people died in army custody this week following street protests. The bomb went off in Sungai Kolok, a town popular with Malaysian tourists.

 

Tensions in the province have been running high, with Islamic separatist rebels swearing to avenge the protesters' deaths. Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra has promised an inquiry into the incident, but Muslim leaders have warned it will not be easy to assuage local anger at the deaths. Many of those hurt in Thursday's explosion are said to have been in or near a bar in the centre of Sungai Kolok, a town frequented by tourists from nearby Malaysia. However, it is not clear if the bar was the intended target - a police station and beauty parlour are also said to be nearby.

 

Bomb attacks rock S Thailand

BBC 29 October 2004

Two bombs have injured at least 18 people in southern Thailand, just hours after another blast killed two people in a neighbouring province. The attacks come amid rising tensions over the deaths in army custody of 78 Muslim protesters earlier this week. Malaysia's former Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad has urged Bangkok to consider giving autonomy to southern Thailand's Muslim Malay majority. He told a local paper that early action could prevent a violent escalation.

 

The first of Friday's bomb blasts exploded near a tea shop in Yala province, injuring eight people, including three police. About 90 minutes later, as police were investigating, another bomb went off. Twelve police were injured in this blast, four of them critically.

 

Thai elder killed 'in revenge'

BBC 2 November 2004

A Buddhist village leader in southern Thailand has been beheaded in revenge for the deaths last week of 85 Muslims. Local people found the head of the 58-year-old deputy village leader on a roadside in Narathiwat province. The incident came as Thailand named a panel to investigate last week's deaths, and how dozens of people came to suffocate inside army trucks. The army commander in charge of southern Thailand has been moved from his post and will return to Bangkok.

 

Lt-Gen Pisarn Wattanawongkeeree told reporters he had requested to be moved while the investigation was under way.

 

"I am ready to face any outcome of the investigation," he said. The man found beheaded was a deputy village leader. Police in the Sukhirin district of Narathiwat province said he was thought to have been shot first, the Associated Press reported.

 

Flere drept av bombe i Thailand

Aftenposten 17 februar 2005 via APS Forum

En bombe eksploderte torsdag i et nattklubbdistrikt i en havneby sør i Thailand. Fem personer ble drept og 40 skadet.

 

-Bomben var plantet i et parkeringshus nær Marina Hotell i byen Sungai Kolok, fortalte thailandsk politi til AP.Angrepet skjedde da statsminister Thaksin Shinawatra var på reise i den muslimske regionen sør i landet, hvor 650 mennesker er drept det siste året av voldelige sekter. Myndighetene i Thailand klandrer islamistiske separatister for volden.

 

Voldelige SEKTER ?  Barnemorder-rottene i norske PK-medier  finner stadig på nye uttrykk til å erstatte det og dem som selv en fremtredende muslimsk redaktør erkjenner er ansvarlige for all terror i verden.

 

Thai villagers take two soldiers hostage

Channel News Asia 21 September 2005

Two Thai soldiers were held hostage on Wednesday inside a mosque after they went to investigate a shooting in restive southern Thailand, as some 2,000 villagers prevented authorities from entering.

 

Major-General Pongsak Tntharasuangsak, a military spokesman, said the soldiers were detained late Tuesday in Tanyong Limo village of Narathiwat province. Pongsak would not identify the pair, but said they were in plainclothes and were in a car chasing a pick-up truck used by the militants involved in the shooting incident.

 

Villagers blocked the only road leading into Tanyong Limo, using a giant log to obstruct vehicles. Hundreds of veiled women also prevented access to the mosque, according to an AFP reporter at the scene.

 

Muslimene i Thailand har tydeligvis tatt lærdom av sine trosbrødre i Midtøsten og andre steder hvor terroristene gjemmer seg bak kvinner og barn.  Thailenderne burde på sin side kanskje ha tatt lærdom av President Karimov i Usbekistan som brukte kamphelikoptre mot demonstranter.

 

Two Thai soldiers beaten to death after being held hostage

Channel News Asia 21 September 2005

Two Thai soldiers who had been held hostage in a mosque in southern Thailand were beaten to death on Wednesday, 18 hours after they were seized, an army officer said.

 

"I can confirm that our two officers are dead. We are going to get their bodies from the villagers," Colonel Apithai Sawangpob told AFP. The blood-soaked bodies of the two navy officers were carried out from Tanyong Limo village and taken to Narathiwat provincial hospital, an AFP reporter saw.  Military officials identified them as Sub-Lieutenant Vinai Nabut and Petty Officer Khamthon Thongeiat. The two had been stabbed in their stomachs and badly beaten about their heads, Apithai said.

 

Historien minner sterkt om de to israelske soldatene som tok feil av veien, fallt i muslimenes hender, og ble drept på en bestialsk måte. Djevelskapen i islam er universell, både i tid og rom.

 

Seven killed in militants' attacks in Thai south

Channel News Asia 23 September 2005

Seven people, including two police officers, have been killed in Thailand's Muslim-majority south, as violence flared in the wake of a deadly hostage-taking two days ago, police said. Two police officers were killed when a bomb exploded as they cleared the road for a convoy of teachers going to Ban Kaseanue school early Friday in Sungai Padi, Narathiwat province, police Captain Nethiwut Deekaeo told AFP.

"The roadside bomb went off at 8:30 am, killing two policemen instantly and injuring one officer," Nethiwut said. Sergeant Somchai Khaisak, 25, and Sergeant Somkid Romthong, 25, died with major injuries to their heads and bodies from what police believe was a remote-control bomb detonated to hit the teachers' escorts.

 

Teachers and schools, seen by militants as a symbol of Bangkok's influence, are frequent targets of shootings, bombings and arson attacks. Armed police and soldiers escort teachers to and from class every day....

 

The latest deaths bring to at least 950 the number killed since the unrest broke out in Thailand's southernmost provinces along the Malaysian border in January 2004. Authorities and experts blame the violence on a deadly mix of Islamic separatists and organized crime.

 

Det er da ikke noen BLANDING, det er TO SIDER AV SAMME SAK. Islam er organisert kriminalitet, forkledd som religion. Hvordan skal man ellers karakterisere en ”religion” som gir sine tilhengere rett til seksuelt misbruk av barn, voldtekt, overfall, ran og drap ? Også Asia Times hadde en omtale av denne saken:

 

Muslim women, children shield marine killers

Asia Times 24 September

BANGKOK - Suspected Islamist insurgents avoided capture after torturing to death two Thai marines by beating and stabbing the bound-and-gagged victims behind a human shield of defiant Muslim women and children, horrifying the government and plunging southern Thailand into a fresh security crisis.

 

Amid the world's most violent Islamist insurgency outside Iraq, angry and confused security forces hunted the elusive killers, described as three or four young men who ran away, leaving the marines' bloodied bodies in Tanyong Limo village.

 

Bemerk språkbruken : “torturing to death”. Det er en åpenhet man sjelden eller aldri finner i vestlige halal-medier når de omtaler de muslimske “berikelsene” i forskjellige deler av verden.

 

2 Chinese killed in Thailand's insurgent south

Xinhuanet 30 September 2005 via Faithfreedom

Two people of Chinese nationality were shot dead in Thailand's insurgent deep south on Friday, confirmed the Chinese Embassy to Thailand. The two victims were among three Chinese selling Muslim prayer carpets on a market in the southern province of Narathiwat, a Chinese embassy official told Xinhua.

 

Their business was interrupted by four gunmen riding two motorcycles into the market in the Rangae District of Narathiwat, lying some 1,000 kilometers south of Bangkok. The four gunmen opened fire and shot at the two Chinese traders in their heads, who died immediately.

 

The four gunmen then run away from the scene and the authorities were still going on with investigation.

It's the second time that Chinese nationals were attacked in southern Thailand's insurgency.     Two Chinese were wounded by gunmen in Narathiwat one year ago, when they were selling blankets to locals. Thailand's deep south has fallen into spiraling violence since the beginning of last year, when revived separatists started non-stop violence targeting security forces, government staff and civilians. The violence has killed more than 800 people over the past 21 months.

 

Many business and markets have been closed on Friday in the south, for unidentified militants warned locals, mostly Muslim, not to open business on the day, threatening with killing and wounding.

 

Moralen her må være: Selg ikke bønnetepper på en fredag.

 

I løpet av ramadan 2005 ble både kristne, jøder og hinduer rammet av muslimsk terror. Og muslimene gjør så visst ikke særlig forskjell på ikke-muslimer, hatet og aggresjonen i deres perverse dødskult rammer buddhister også:

 

Buddhist Monk killed by extremist Islamic group in Southern Thailand

India Defence 15 October 2005

Suspected Muslim militants killed a Buddhist monk and two teenage boys and set fire to a temple in Thailand's restive south, police said on Sunday, in separatist violence that has claimed more than 900 lives. The militants who attacked the Buddhist temple in the southern Pattani province late on Saturday had slit the 76-year-old monk's throat, said a police report obtained by Reuters. The charred bodies of the two teenagers were found in the temple, said the report which did not give details.A Buddhist farmer was beheaded on Friday, the second decapitation since the Islamic holy month of Ramadan began and 12th in 21 months of unrest in the region.

Although the government has sent 30,000 soldiers and police to the region, where 80 percent of people are Muslim, ethnic Malays, the insurgency appears to be growing. Booby traps, decoy attacks and ambushes of army and police convoys have become daily occurrences in the densely wooded region, suggesting the anti-Bangkok guerrillas are becoming more sophisticated and inventive.

 

Bildet til venstre: En munk som overlevde angrepet ser på ruinene av klosteret.

 

Hakket munk til døde

Nettavisen 16 oktober 2005

De 20 separatistene stormet et kloster, hakket en eldre munk til døde og skjøt ihjel to tempelgutter sør i Thailand søndag. Opprørerne er hjerteløse. De drepte munken og tempelguttene og satte fyr på munkenes boligkvarter, sier politimajor Narucha Suwallapa til Associated Press. Buddhistiske templer i regionen blir vanligvis voktet av soldater og lokale frivillige. Men for to uker siden forlot åtte vakter tempelet, som ligger i provinsen Pattani, på grunn av manglende midler. Seks hunder ved klosteret døde av forgiftning for noen dager siden - et tegn på at det var i ferd med å bli angrepet, sier politimajoren.

 

Nå kan det imidlertid se ut som i hvert fall noen buddhister (eller andre ikke-muslimer) har funnet en spesiell måte å ta igjen på:

 

Imam mördad av beslöjade angripare

Ekspressen 28 oktober 2005

Två beslöjade personer har mördat en imam i det oroliga södra Thailand, uppger polisen.

Vanligen brukar måltavlorna för attentat i de sydliga provinserna vara buddhister och motivet till dådet var inte omedelbart klart.. De två personerna var maskerade som muslimska kvinnor i slöja när de sköt ihjäl en imam och sårade en funktionär, sade polisen på fredagen. Den mördade 25-årige Matorhe Dueramae var näst högste imam vid moskén i byn Borko. Han sköts ihjäl när han åkte motorcykel med sin vän Mayusoh Yitasor, biträdande administrativ chef för samma by i provinsen Narathiwat. Mayusoh drog sin pistol, besvarade elden och sårade en av angriparna, men båda lyckades fly. Själv fick han livshotande skador.

 

Kanskje muslimene i Thailand etter dette vil støtte et forbud mot slør eller burka ? For øvrig er det jo verdt å merke seg at vedkommende imam feide rundt på motorsykkel sammen med en bevæpnet funksjonær. Videre skriver den svenske avisen Expressen:

 

Natten till i torsdags gjorde muslimska separatister ett 50-tal räder mot byar i södra Thailand, rapporterade militär. Sju personer dödades, varav fem bybor. Attackerna tros ha varit riktade mot den civila självförsvarsmilis som regeringen bildat som skydd mot rebellerna. Upproret i södra Thailand har under knappt två år krävt närmare 1 000 liv.

 

Coordinated Attacks in Thailand Kill Three

Fox News 8 November 2005

At least three people were killed, two others injured and dozens of suspected Muslim insurgents arrested as militants attacked more than 20 government targets in a southern Thai province, officials said Tuesday. Scores of militants launched the coordinated attacks Monday night on facilities such as police stations, road check points and schools in Yala province, said provincial police chief Maj. Gen. Paitoon Choochaiya. Paitoon said a police officer and two suspected insurgents were killed in Yala. Earlier, authorities said five people had died in Yala and one in the neighboring province of Pattani.

 

Three Muslim teenagers with 'marked' city map detained

Bangkok Post 12 November 2005

Security officials have detained three male Muslim teenagers for questioning following their arrest at a Bangkok amusement park with a map of the capital with 43 large public gathering spots and the Defence Ministry marked out. However, the three Muslims, whose names were withheld, denied any involvement in subversive activities, military security sources said.

 

The teenagers, who were students at a Muslim ponoh school in the deep South, insisted the marked spots on their map, mostly tourist venues and shopping malls, were places they wanted to visit and they had nothing do with any sabotage plot. The Defence Ministry was also one of the 43 marked locations on the map....

 

The Defence Ministry has stepped up security at its headquarters, particularly at its front section which is near a main road and has no fences. The army also has beefed up security at important venues in the capital since last month. Intelligence reports warned that insurgents might shift their targets to big cities and tourist areas.

 

Deputy army spokesman Col Thanathip Sawangsaeng said army chief Gen Sonthi Boonyaratglin plans to give security officers and motorists tips about what to do if there are car bombs at government offices. Lt-Gen Palangkul Klaharn, head of the Supreme Command's Directorate of Joint Civil Affairs, urged mobile phone subscribers in the three southern provinces using pre-paid SIM cards to get their phones registered by Nov 15, or their service will be cut off.

 

Meanwhile, a group of militants fired an M79 grenade launcher and a rifle at the Chanae police station in Narathiwat's Chanae district.

 

SOUTHERN UNREST: Villagers to get weapons training

The Nation Nov 14 , 2005

About 20,000 residents will be trained and armed in the three southernmost provinces enabling them to defend their villages and spy on the movements of insurgents in the restive region, commander General Ruangroj Mahasaranond said yesterday.

 

The project, under the supervision of the Supreme Command, will begin in December and is a combination of security training and job creation for residents who will be trained to develop weapons and spying skills, the commander said. The Southern Border Provinces Peace Building Command will recruit qualified males and females for the project and put them on the government's payroll, he said. Thousands of residents in the deep South have been trained and armed as defence volunteers to protect their property. The government has issued weapons to them but many are not strong enough to provide sufficient security to their communities. Militants have stolen hundreds of these weapons in several attacks in recent months. Ruangroj said general defence volunteers had received inadequate training but the new project would offer better instruction and would include ongoing training after the course.

 

Suspected militants kill two in Narathiwat

The Nation Nov 18 , 2005

Suspected militants have killed two more people in separate attacks in southern Thailand, police said Friday.

Anwar Jeahma, 41, a Muslim villager from Cho Ai Rong district in Narathiwat province, was gunned down late Thursday afternoon in front of a tea shop. In a separate attack on Thursday, Mahasae Tayae, 47, a Muslim ranger in Sungai Padi district, was shot four times in the head while returning from work, police said.

 

Bangkok counting on Moscow's support in army upgrade

ITAR Tass 18.11.2005, 15.40

Thai Prime Minister Thaksin Chinnawat said he is hoping for Moscow's support in the modernization of the Thai armed forces. "I'm sure the dynamics of cooperation will be increasing during the next two or three years, including such spheres as transport, modernization of armed forces of Thailand, and the oil and science and technical spheres," Chinnawat said at a meeting with Russian president Vladimir Putin on Friday.

 

Hva man skal legge i dette er det for tidlig å si noe sikkert om. Tradisjonelt har USA vært Thailands sikkerhetspolitiske ”storebror”, bl a gjennom leveranser av forsvarsmateriell. Etter som konflikten med islam blir skarpere i Thailand kan det være at landets politiske ledelse har fått nok av USAs islamofili, orienterer seg bort fra USA og i sredet søker et nærmære samarbeide med Thailand. Den amerikanske militærhjelpen som Pakistan mottar strømmer videre til muslimske terrorgrupper i Asia, først og fremst i Kashmir. Det er imidlertid slett ikke umulig at noe av det også kan ha funnet veien til muslimske terrorgrupper i Thailand, og at det har fått begeret til å renne over for thailenderne.

 

Fruktkurv-bombe skadet 12 i Thailand

VG 20 November 2005

En to år gammel gutt er blant de skadede etter at to bomber gikk av på et marked sør i Thailand søndag. Tolv personer ble skadet i bombeeksplosjonene i den voldsherjede Narathiwat-provinsen sør i Thailand. Den første bomben var ifølge nyhetsbyrået AP gjemt i en fruktkurv på et marked i byen Sungai Kolok, nær grensen til Malaysia. Bare ti minutter senere smalt en bombe ti meter unna. Begge bombene skal ha vært fjernstyrte. Blant de tolv som ble skadet i eksplosjonene var en to år gammel gutt og tre politimenn, opplyste en av de skadede politimennene, Teerapak Sengseng.

 

2 exploded in the deep south injuring more than 10 people

The Nation Published on nov 20 , 2005

Two bombs exploded this morning in the deep south ... Injuring more than 10 people. The first bomb was hidden in a fruit basket in front of a grocery shop in sungai kolok municipality of narathiwat province shortly after the blast ... A second bomb went off five metres away..

 

Islamic terrorists kill buddhists in Southern Thailand

India Defence 23 November 2005

Suspected Islamic terrorists beheaded a Buddhist man in southern Thailand, where sectarian violence has claimed more than 1,100 lives in the past two yars, police said today. Residents found the head of Anek Ngernmoon, 33, in a fertilizer bag on the roadside in Tuyog village, Pattani province today, and his body was discovered in another village five kilometres away, said police Lt. Col. Virachrt Koohamuk.

 

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Det går knapt en dag uten at mennesker myrdes eller lemlestes ett eller flere steder i verden i Allahs navn. Det aller meste av dette får vi aldri høre om, skulle norske nyhetsmedier gi dette den dekningen det burde ha ville det knapt bli plass til andre nyheter i det hele tatt. Ofrene er kristne, jøder, hinduer, buddhister med mer, og også folk som kaller seg muslimer, men som de som tar Koranen på alvor anser som frafalne, og dermed skyldige til å dø.

 

Det amerikanske nettstedet The Religion of Peace (and white knuckle terror) har helt siden 11 september 2001 ført en møysommelig logg over muslimsk terror over hele verden, dag for dag. Nedenfor gjengis et utdrag av loggen deres som dekker tidsrommet fra 2 desember 2005 til 21 januar 2006, BARE FOR HENDELSER I THAILAND. Bemerk at datoangivelsen er amerikansk, dvs år/dag/måned.

 

Date

City

Killed

Injured

Description

1/20/06

Narathiwat

1

0

A 63-year-old farmer is killed when a bomb planted at the base of a cell tower explodes.

1/15/06

Narathiwat

2

0

Islamists butcher two 20-year-old men in a gruesome attack.

1/9/06

Pattani

1

0

The burnt body of a 74-year-old Buddhist is found after he is murdered by Islamic radicals, who beat the elderly man severely before slashing his throat.

1/9/06

Yala

1

0

Muslim radicals shoot a 60-year-old Buddhist three times in the neck after vowing to 'keep killing innocents'.

1/7/06

Yala

2

3

Two policemen are murdered by Islamic fundamentalists. Separately, a bomb at a tea shop injures three people.

1/7/06

Pattani

1

3

Islamic militants kill a pig farmer and also fire on a family of foreigners, injuring three, including a baby.

1/7/06

Yala

2

4

A grocery store is shot up by Muslim radicals. Two people in their 20's are killed and four others injured.

1/4/06

Sungai Padi

1

0

A 51-year-old man is gunned down by Islamic radicals as he is eating breakfast in a tea shop.

1/3/06

Narathiwat

1

0

A militant Muslim assasinates a village headsman outside his home with an automatic rifle.

1/2/06

Yala

1

3

Islamic militants attack four Thai soliders, capturing and beheading one of them.

1/1/06

Narathiwat

2

3

Two people are killed in a bomb blast staged by Islamic militants. Three others are injured.

12/25/05

Bannag Sata

1

1

A man is killed and a woman seriously injured by Islamic gunmen while riding a motorcycle.

12/25/05

Raman

2

0

Two members of the Buddhist minority are shot to death by Muslim militants on a road.

12/24/05

Narathiwat

1

0

A 46-year-old school guard is cut down in a hail of automatic weapons fire from Muslim extremists.

12/23/05

Narathiwat

0

7

Islamists carbomb a tea shop, injuring at least seven people.

12/21/05

Yala

1

0

Muslim radicals shoot a 55-year-old Buddhist to death as he is working in his orchard.

12/21/05

Yala

1

0

A 42-year-old man is gunned down by Islamists while walking home from work.

12/6/05

Narathiwat

1

0

A cleric is gunned down by Islamists on a motorcycle.

 

Daglig muslimsk terror i Thailand

 

Muslimske terrorakjoner i Thailand skaper sjelden de store overskriftene i norsk og annen vestlig presse. Det kan være flere grunner til det. For det første er antall drepte og skadde pr aksjon sjelden særlig høyt. Det er typisk ikke snakk om spektakulære selvmordsaksjoner, men snarere om en buddhistmunk som får kuttet strupen her, eller et par tilfeldige sivile som blir meid ned fra en passerende motorsykkel der. Hyppigheten av denne form for muslimsk religionsutøvelse er imidlertid høy, så høy at det til tider nesten er en daglig foreteelse. Et lite knippe av slike oppslag er gjengitt nedenfor:

 

Village man stabbed to death, others shot.

Banhkok Post 5 May 2006 via Mediafront

Violence continued unabated in the deep South, with an elderly villager knifed to death in Pattani yesterday and four others shot dead in separate attacks on Wednesday night. Jit Thammarat, 62, was attacked by two youths on a motorcycle in Nong Chik. The assailants stabbed him several times in the neck before fleeing. The victim was rushed to a nearby hospital where he was later pronounced dead. On Wednesday night, Marosadee Yae, 22, an assistant village head in Sai Buri district was gunned down when at least three armed men stormed into his house.

 

Rubber tapper killed in Pattani

Bangkok Post 8 May 2006 via Mediafront

Meanwhile, a rubber tapper was shot dead in Pattani yesterday while an army engineer sustained minor injuries in an explosion in Yala, in ongoing southern violence. In Pattani's Nong Chik district, the body of rubber tapper Sarawut Kotan, 38, was found by the side of the Ban Khon Yang-Tha Rua Khok Phor road. The victim was attacked while he and his wife, carrying containers of rubber latex, were returning home on a motorcycle about 10am. Two men on a motorcycle opened fire on Mr Sarawut, hitting him twice in the body. He died on the spot. His wife was hurt when she fell off their motorcycle during the shooting.

 

Two killed in Thai south

ABC News 9 May 2006

Gunmen have opened fire on a group of sanitation workers in southern Thailand, killing two Buddhists. Five others were injured in the attack in Pattani province.

Police say the attackers left leaflets at the crime scene demanding independence for Thailand's Muslim-majority far south.

 

Kommentar: Det er selvsagt også andre grunner enn forholdsvis få drepte pr aksjon til at muslimske terroraksjoner i Thailand får så liten oppmerksomhet. Både muslimer og politisk korrekt islamofil ormeyngel skal jo gjerne ”forstå” og ”forklare” terroren i lys av korstog og kolonifortid. Selv den mest rutinerte politisk korrekte historieforfalsker vil imidlertid ha visse problemer med å finne noen buddhistiske korstog fra Thailand, eller Thailand som kolonimakt.

 

Muslimsk mobb slo buddhist-lærer i koma

 

En buddhistisk lærerinne i Thailand svever mellom liv og død etter at hun ble slått i koma av en muslimsk mobb som krevde løslatelse av to muslimske terrorister, som var arrestert for drapet på to thailandske soldater.

 

Juling Kamphongmoon fikk alvorlige skader, inklusive blødninger i hjernen da hun ble overfalt og skamslått av ca 200 muslimske landsbyboere som også tok ytterligere to gisler for å få frigitt de to arresterte terroristene. ”Det er en liten sjanse for at hun vil overleve, og jeg oppfordrer alle thailendere til å be for et mirakel for henne”, sa Dr  Sumet Phirawut på en pressekonferanse. Mobben holdt de to gislene i ca tre timer før de ble løslatt. En annen lærer ble også lettere skadet i tumultene. I september 2005 tok beboerne i den samme landsbyen to thailandske soldater som gisler, og disse ble knivstukket til døde.

 

Kommentar: At 200 mennesker kaster seg over en enkelt mer eller mindre tilfeldig valgt lærerinne og slår henne i koma krever vel for så vidt ikke noen kommentar i det hele tatt. Det er ikke stort annet enn hva man må forvente når de har en pervers pedofil voldtektsmann, landeveisrøver, slavehandler, torturist og massemorder som forbilde.

 

Det denne episoden imidlertid også er nok en illustrasjon på er den brede støtten til djevelskapen blant de brede lag av vanlige muslimer flest. Hvor var de såkalte ”moderate” muslimene i denne landsbyen mens dette skjedde? Her snakker man tydeligvis nærmest om et lokalt folkeopprør til støtte for arresterte terrorister. Likkisten til myten om det moderate flertall har fått så mange spiker i seg etter hvert at den synker som et stein.

 

Kilde:

Only "miracle" can save teacher beaten by Muslim mob

MSN News 20 May 2006

 

Mer muslimsk terror i Smilets land

 

En posting i FOMIs blog 10 mai omtalte den nesten daglige muslimske terroren i Thailand. Denne terroren får ikke synderlig oppmerksomhet av medie-mullahene og halal-hallikene i de islamofile og sharia-sensurerte norske mediene. Det ikke så lett å bortforklare denne terroren med ”korstog” og ”kolonifortid” som terror mot vesten, og da forsøker man å fortie det i stedet. Men det finnes et nettsted som ikke fortier noe som helst, som overvåker nyhetsmedier på global basis og hver eneste dag oppdaterer sin logg over muslimske terrorangrep over hele verden. Nettstedet kaller seg ”The Religion of Peace”. Thailandske aviser er ikke nødvendigvis noe mindre islamofile enn de norske, men det er likevel litt verre å fortie ting som skjer samme land. Jo nærmere man kommer stedet hvor en terroraksjon har skjedd jo større er sjansen for at nyheten om den slipper gjennom sharia-sensuren. I tidsrommet fra 10 mai til 8 juni 2006 har The Religion of Peace registrert følgende muslimske terroraksjoner i Thailand:

 

8 juni: Fem politimenn ble drept og tre skadet i et landmineangrep fra muslimske terrorister.

 

2 juni: En lokal offentlig tjenestemann ble skutt og drept av muslimske terrorister i Yala.

 

30 mai: I Yala ble en 50 år gammel mann skutt og drept av muslimske terrorister.

 

28 mai: Muslimske terrorister åpnet ild mot en lastebil i  Narathiwat. To menn ble drept og en kvinne alvorlig såret.

 

27 mai: I Pattani ble et tre år gammelt barn skutt og drept av muslimske terrorister. Begge foreldrene og en bror ble også skadet i angrepet.

 

23 mai: I  Yala ble to politimenn brutalt skutt og drept av muslimske terrorister, og i  Narathiwat ble en sivil drept og en annen alvorlig skadet da muslimske terrorister skjøt mot dem.

 

22 mai: I Pattani ble en telefonmontør som var buddhist skutt av muslimske terrorister mens han kjørte motorsykkel. Etterpå tente Allahs mordere på liket.

 

21 mai: Denne dagen slo Allahs såkalte ”berikere” til på tre steder. I Pattani ble en 22 år gammel arbeider myrdet på jobben, i Yala ble en plantasjearbeider skutt og drept og Narathiwat ble en 69 år gammel mann brutalt myrdet og hans kone alvorlig skadet i et angrep fra muslimske terrorister.

 

18 mai: Muslimske terrorister myrdet en husmaler i Pattani

 

16 mai: En politimann ble drept og en annen skadet i et bombeangrep av muslimske terrorister i  Narathiwat

 

11 mai: I  Narathiwat ble en mann brutalt myrdet av muslimske terrorister mens han kjørte motorsykkel med sin 2 år gamle datter på fanget. Også datteren ble skadet i angrepet.

 

10 mai: I Pattani ble tre buddhister, to av dem kvinner, drept og 13 skadet da muslimske terrorister sprengte en bombe som var gjemt på en motorsykkel.

 

Ingen av disse terroraksjonene er nevnt verken i VGs eller Aftenpostens nettutgaver. Nettavisen nevner så vidt aksjonen 10 mai. Ingen av aksjonene er omtalt på CNNs nettsider, men at tre druknet i flom i Thailand i det samme tidsrommet det finner Caliphate News Network verdt å nevne. Når det gjelder Burka Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) omtaler de en av aksjonene, nærmere bestemt aksjonen 22 mai.

 

The Religion of Peace registrerer for øvrig bare terror og annen muslimsk djevelskap hvor menneskeliv går tapt, hvis det bare er skadede og ingen drepte, tas det ikke med. Av den grunn har man ikke med en episode i midten av mai hvor en lærerinne ble slått helseløs av en mobb på et par hundre muslimske voldsaper. Nesten en måned senere ligger hun fortsatt i koma.

 

Bildet til høyre: Thailandsk politi driver åstedsundersøkelser på skolen der to lærerinner ble overfalt, og den ene slått i koma. Legene er meget tvilende til om hun vil komme til bevissthet igjen.

 

I følge AKI ser det for øvrig ut som om de muslimske terroristene har blinket ut lærerne som spesielle mål for sin volds- og mordkampanje. I løpet av de tre siste årene er over 50 lærere blitt myrdet i Yala, Pattani og Narathiwat. I tillegg er det satt fyr på ca 20 skoler. Lærere er blitt utstyrt med skuddsikre vester og skytevåpen, men hvem vil vel jobbe som lærer under slike forhold? Dette medfører selvsagt at lærere søker seg vekk fra dette området, og da ligger det til rette for at koranskoler kan tre inn og indoktrinere den oppvoksende slekt i den perverse dødskulten fra Arabia.

 

I tillegg til alt dette fremkom det i slutten av mai 2006 at det i mars 2006 ble oppdaget massegraver med til sammen ca 500 døde i de sydlige provinsene hvor det muslimske opprøret og terroren er konsentrert. Undersøkelser tyder på at gravene er ca 2 år gamle, men foreløpig vet man svært lite både om hvem de drepte er og hvem som er ansvarlig for disse massedrapene.

 

Bombe mot buddhistmunker i Thailand

 

En person ble drept og 12 skadet, flere av dem alvorlig, da en bombe eksploderte utenfor en elektronikkforretning i byen Muang i Narathiwat provinsen i det muslimskdominerte sydlige Thailand den 22 oktober 2006. Bomben som var plassert i en søppeldunk og trolig ble detonert ved hjelp av mobiltelefon var åpenbart rettet mot buddhistmunker som samlet inn almisser, og noen soldater om var satt til å passe på dem.

 

Det sier sitt om trusselnivået og aggressiviteten fra muslimer i det sydlige Thailand at man trenger militær beskyttelse for å samle inn penger til veldedige formål hvis man ikke er muslim. Frelsesarmeens slumsøstre har noe ”å se frem til” i så måte. Ikke mindre enn 13 soldater var satt til å beskytte de 5 buddhistmunkene. Den omkomne var for øvrig en av disse soldatene som døde på vei til sykehuset.

Bomben den 22 oktober var bare det foreløpig siste utslag av en oppblomstring av den muslimske terroren i Thailand de siste ukene. I løpet en drøy uke er ikke mindre enn 28 personer drept i forskjellige former for terrorangrep i det sydlige Thailand. Dette tilsvarer rundt regnet 1/2 ”London-aksjon” fra 7 juli 2005, men norske og andre vestlige medier nevner det praktisk talt ikke.

 

Selvsagt ikke, det er ikke så lett å ”forstå” og (bort)forklare muslimsk terror med korstog, kolonifortid og all verdens annet politisk korrekt og historieløst pisspreik når ofrene for den muslimske terroren er buddhistmunker, som når det er noe så avskyelig som hvite kristne (eller avkristnede) europeere. Siden den muslimske terroren for alvor blomstret opp i det sydlige Thailand i januar 2004  har ca 1700 mennesker mistet livet. Det er over en halv ”11 september”. Er amerikansk blod så mye mer dyrebart det enn thailandsk? Det må det tydeligvis være hvis man sammenligner den oppmerksomhet som blir de to til del.

 

Men denne og andre muslimske terroraksjoner er ikke noe mindre et produkt og et resultat av islams lære av den grunn. Det som skjedde i Thailand 22 oktober 2006 var i full overensstemmelse med hva også norske muslimer oppfordrer til på sitt eget nettsted islam.no:

 

Hvem som omfattes av begrepet avgudsdyrkere kan nok diskuteres, men buddhister er verken jøder eller kristne så de faller helt klart inn under denne betegnelsen. Det som skjedde i Thailand 22 oktober 2006 var med andre ord i full overensstemmelse med hva også norske muslimer åpent oppfordrer til på nettet. Og det finnes intet i Koranen man kan stille opp som motvekt som dette angivelig skal være i strid med. Muslimenes og de islamofile spyttslikkerne sine forsøk på å bruke Koranen 5:32 til det formål holder ikke verken vann eller noen annen substans.

 

Kilde:

Thailand: Islamists Bomb Buddhist Monks

Western Resistance 22 October 2006

 

Thailandsk ”dialog”

 

Da de militære grep makten gjennom et kupp i Thailand i fjor var det i første omgang noe uklart hvordan dette ville påvirke situasjonen i de tre sydlige provinsene hvor muslimene er i flertall, og hvor muslimske separatister og terrorister har laget det rene helvete de senere år. I utgangspunktet, før kuppet, hadde de militære i Thailand stått for en tøffere linje overfor de muslimske voldsapene i sør enn sivile politikerne. Da de militære grep makten kunne det derfor være grunn til å håpe på at det omsider ble ryddet ordentlig opp i det rottereiret av vold og terror som muslimene hadde stelt i stand i det sydlige Thailand.

 

Det viste seg imidlertid nokså snart at dette ville skje, snarere tvert i mot. Generalen som ledet kuppet i Thailand er selv muslim og de nye makthaverne sin linje i sør skulle nå bli mykere, stikkordene skulle være ”dialog”, og selvsagt mer overføring av penger til de muslimske områdene i sør fra de siviliserte (ikke-muslimske) delene i nord.

 

Og hvordan har så muslimene svart på dette, er det blitt mindre terror og vold mot det buddhistiske mindretallet i de sydlige provinsene?

 

Nei, det har det IKKE, snarere tvert i mot.

 

Muslimsk terror mot buddhister i det sydlige:Thailand hører nå nesten til dagens orden, og selvsagt forties dette av de ynkelige kloakkrottene som styrer den såkalte ”nyhetsformidlingen” (les: løgn- og fortielseskavalkaden) i norske og andre vestlige medier.

 

Den islamkritiske bloggen Western Resistance har 15 mars et oppslag som oppsummerer den muslimske terroren i det sydlige Thailand de siste . Det toppet seg den 14 mars da en buss ble angrepet og 9 mennesker drept.

 

Bildet: Fire kvinner og to tenåringsjenter var blant de 9 buddhistene som ble myrdet av muslimske terrorister i angrepet på en buss 14 mars.

 

Den såkalte ”dialogen” med muslimene som de nye militære makthaverne skulle satse på har så langt vært penger den ene veien, fra buddhister til muslimer, og lik andre veien fra muslimene til buddhistene. Selvsagt har det vært det, noe annet ville vært i strid med islam. Buddhister er ikke som jøder og kristne det islam kaller ”Bokens folk”. De har ikke rett til å leve i det hele tatt, ikke en gang som annenrangs rettsløse borgere slik ”Bokens folk” kan få. Det er en gudegitt rett og plikt for muslimene å drepe og plyndre dem. Plyndringen tar den muslimske generalen som ledet kuppet hånd om, drepingen tar hans trosbrødre i sør seg av.

 

INTERNASJONALT

 

Tre dager etter terrorangrepet i USA 11 september presenterte avisen The Nation følgende utfordring til Thailands muslimer :

 

A call for decent Muslims to condemn terrorism

The Nation Published on Sep 14, 2001

The war against Islamic terrorism must be fought throughout the world. Here in Asia, Islamic terrorists kidnap the innocent in the Philippines, massacre the East Timorese, burn ethnic Chinese Christians in Indonesia and plant bombs in southern Thailand. It is time for those decent, civilised followers of Islam to stand up to this evil or face the condemnation of the world.

 

De fikk intet svar, og det kan man ikke forvente å få når man snakker til en ikke-eksisterende gruppe som “decent, civilised followers of Islam”. Fra ”INdecenct UNcivlised followers of Islam” kom derimot følgende svar :

 

Muslim leaders urge caution

The Nation Published on Sep 18, 2001

The Satun Provincial Islamic Committee yesterday called on the Thaksin government to exercise caution and maintain a "balanced" stand if Washington chooses to go to war in the wake of the terrorist attacks in the United States. Rosali Marem, the committee spokesman, said the government should carefully review whether it would allow the US access to U-tapao airbase, because such a decision could be construed as unfavourable to countries in the Middle East.

 

Med andre ord en temmelig klar støtte til terroraksjonene i USA.  Men et ikke-muslimsk medlem av parlamentet hadde et orginalt forslag :

 

MP tells Bush to use pork bombs

The Nation Published on Sep 18, 2001

The Thai Rak Thai Party yesterday scrambled to distance itself from a proposal by one of its MPs that America employs the use of pork against Islamic Afghanistan. In an e-mail sent to US President George W Bush, Tinawat Marukpitak suggested America could humiliate Afghanistan with "pork-fat bombs". Thai Rak Thai spokesman Suranand Vejjajiva rushed to call the US Embassy to explain that Tinawat's suggestion was an individual proposal and had nothing to do with the party. Suranand also issued a press release to local and foreign press offices condemning Tinawat for expressing this "insensitive idea".

 

Forslaget er GENIALT ! Å bombe muslimer med grisefett eller griseblod ! Stålsett, Bondevik og andre ”humanister” burde jo være henrykt, slike bomber vil jo ikke drepe verken skyldige eller uskyldige. Men som reaksjonen fra deres spyttslikker-kolleger i Thailand viser, selv dette er visst nok for mye.

 

Forslaget åpner for øvrig interessante perspektiver. Et flyselskap som innfører å spise en skive bacon som del av sikkerhetssjekken ved ombordstigning ville kunne reklamere med øket sikkerhet mot kapring og terrorisme.

 

Islamic militants 'may be hiding on Thai soil'

The Nation Published on Sep 22, 2001

Malaysian police said yesterday that seven members of an Islamic militant group they have been tracking for several months may be hiding in southern Thailand or Indonesia.

 

SEA crackdown may drive radicals to Thailand

Borneo Bulletin 22 November 2002

MANILA, Philippines (AP) - Anti-terrorism crackdowns in Malaysia, Singapore and the Philippines may force Muslim extremists to seek safer havens and develop logistical bases in Thailand and Myanmar, according to a confidential report. Members of the Islamic militant group Jemaah Islamiah also have been detected in three Australian cities, said the report, which was obtained by The Associated Press in the Philippines on Wednesday. The report on the threat of Muslim extremism in Southeast Asia was presented by Singapore authorities during a security conference with Philippine officials last month. Malaysia, the Philippines and Singapore have arrested dozens of suspected Jemaah Islamiah members and leaders in recent months, seizing explosives and uncovering alleged attack plots in a region increasingly viewed as a major front in the US-led global war on terrorism.

 

Terrorists slipped into Thailand, general admits

Singapore Strait Times 30 November 2002

But Thai commander insists that those who fled from a clamp-down in Malaysia did not plan Bali blasts

 

BANGKOK - Suspected terrorists have sneaked into Thailand over the past 12 months to avoid a clamp-down in neighbouring Malaysia, Thailand's top military commander has said in the first public admission by the authorities on the presence of Muslim extremist groups in the country.

 

Thailand, a terrorist transit point?

Singapore Strait Times 1 December 2002

Expert says frequency with which terror operatives have used the country shows that its status as a hub has been abused

THAILAND has been popping up on a list of countries used as transit points by operatives linked to the Jemaah Islamiah (JI) and Al-Qaeda networks, says terrorism expert Rohan Gunaratna. He disclosed that the first two Sept 11 hijackers who entered the US flew there from Bangkok on Jan 15, 2000.

 

Thai Muslims rally against US strikes

The Nation Published on Oct 11, 2001

A group of 200 Thai Muslims held a peaceful but noisy demonstration in front of the American Embassy in Bangkok yesterday, calling for an end to Washington's military operations against Afghanistan. The crowd, calling itself the 'Peace Muslim Group', rallied on Wireless Road and chanted the slogan: "All Muslims are brothers and unite as if we share the same body. When one part is hurt, the others feel pain."

 

Islamic organisations urge boycott of US, British items

The Nation Published on Oct 12, 2001

Thai Muslims in the South are campaigning for a boycott of US and British goods until the two nations stop waging war against Afghanistan’s ruling Taleban, the Islamic Youth Association said yesterday.

 

Reaksjonen på USA sin krig mot terror blant thailandske muslimer var med andre ord omtrent den samme som det vi så her hjemme, temmelig utilslørt støtte for dem som hadde drept tusenvis av vantro sivile i USA. Det er intet smil bak sløret hus thailandske muslimer. Bak sløret er islams ansikt like heslig som overalt ellers til alle tider og steder.

 

Sist oppdatert: 16. september 2007

 

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