More Muslim supremacism in Thailand. Muslim "separatists," in other words, Islamic imperialists. Apart from the over 17,000 documented Islamic attacks since 911, it cannot escape notice that anywhere Muslims live with non-Muslims, there is conflict. The larger the Muslim population in the (non-Muslim) host country, the larger the conflict.
As for the rest of the "1.5 billion" Muslims in the world, they live in Muslim countries, so of course they are generally not fighting anyone...... those countries are Muslim, there is no one to fight.
This just in from Atlas reader RV in Thailand:
Special from RV in Thailand
In another time and place, towns were declared "Judenfrei". Here in Thailand we have a word "Kalangcote" (Pronounced "Ka-lang-coat" in English), meaning "To clean right to the root" when talking about murdering all generations of a family.
The town of Ban Jarolibong in Narathiwat Province, Thailand is now "Buddhist Kalangcote": completely cleansed to the root of all Buddhists. Early this morning "suspected Muslim militants" shot and killed last Thai Buddhist in town while he was working at his rubber plantation.
The terrorists then used a large bomb buried in the road to kill five defence force volunteers responding to a report of the farmer's murder. It was a trap with the murder of the rubber farmer as the bait to lure the defence volunteers to drive over the buried bomb.
Only ten years ago when I passed through Ban Jarolibong, the town was about fifty-fifty Buddhist and Muslim. The Buddhists are completely gone now. All the town residents are Muslim, whether they are of Thai or Malay heritage.
Today's Bangkok Post account of the murders states that over 4,500 have been killed in the south since January 2004, but that only tells a part of the story. As I recounted in an earlier letter that Atlas Shrugs published as "THAILAND MASS MIGRATION DUE TO MUSLIM TERROR"
"Here in Thailand things are so bad that every quarter thousands (most likely tens of thousands) of non-Muslim (primarily Buddhist) Thai citizens in the south are abandoning homes, jobs, businesses, land holdings and generations of work to head for safer northern provinces. Their holdings are sold for a song to local Southern Muslims. This is the plan of the Muslim terrorists of course, and it's working. This forced mass migration of Buddhists and abandonment of property and homes in the south of Thailand is a part of terrorism story that is largely unreported in the local or international press."
For confirmation that this forced mass migration continues in Thailand, one need look no further than today's news that town of Ban Jarolibong has finally achieved "Buddhist Kalangcote".
BANGKOK POST ARTICLE BELOW:
Security personnel investigate the wreckage of a vehicle and the bodies of defence volunteers after a bomb attack by suspected Muslim militants on a roadside in Narathiwat on Aug 26, 2011. (Photo by Waedao Harai)
Six slain, many injured in southern unrest
Five defence volunteers were killed and many others injured when they were lured into a bomb trap in Narathiwat’s Rueso district on Friday morning, reports said.
The defence volunteers had responded to a report that the last Thai-Buddhist in Ban Jarolibong in Rueso had been shot dead while working in his rubber plantation.
They rushed to village and were killed and wounded when a bomb buried in the dirt road exploded underneath their vehicle.
The injured victims, including an assistant district officer, were admitted to Rueso hospital.
Further details of the dead and injured have not been released.
Police blamed separatist militants.
Earlier this morning, four garbage collectors were injured, two seriously, by a bomb explosion in Mae Wad of Yala’s Tharnto district.
Pol Lt Pisan Bucharam of Mae Wad police station said he and other policemen patrolling in tambon Mae Wad heard an explosion about 7.30am and reported it to deputy Yala police chief Pol Col Phumpetch Pipatpetchphum.
A team sent to the scene found a bomb-damaged trash collection pickup truck parked on the side of Khok Chang-Iyaweng road. Witnesses told police that two trash collectors were seriously wounded and taken to Tharnto hospital before the police arrived. Two others received lesser injuries.
The two seriously injured men were identified as Somsak Sae Ueng, 40, and Surat Fa-arun, 30. They were later transferred to Yala hospital.
Police found parts of iron box and watch on the truck. They believed a five-kilogramme homemade time-bomb was put inside a trash bin. The unaware workers collected the trash bin and put it in the trash truck. The bomb was detonated by the timer about 7am.
Police blamed members of the separatist Runda Kumpulan Kecil (RKK) movement.
More than 4,500 people have been killed and around 9,000 hurt in the southern border provinces since the separatist violence erupted afresh in January 2004.
Deep South Watch, which monitors the conflict in Thailand's three southernmost provinces, said violence in the Muslim majority south normally intensifies during the fasting month of Ramadan, which ends on Monday.
The organisation has recorded 73 attacks since the beginning of August.
But Supaporn Panasnachee of Deep South Watch said the spike during the religious fasting period this year comes amid an intensifying conflict.
"The trend to a higher frequency and more violent attacks started a few months ago," she said, adding that there were 69 incidents in July.
Rights groups say the militants are rebelling against a long history of perceived discrimination against ethnic Malay Muslims in the deep south by authorities in the Buddhist-majority nation, including abuses by the army.
However the militants keep a low profile and have not publicly stated their goals...