"The only difference right now between Jihad in the USA and in Thailand: There are no daily bombings and assassinations in the USA - for the time being. All the other types of jihad are waged daily in both Thailand and the USA: political agitation, news media misinformation, jihad in the schools, jihad in the courts, building new mosques with Saudi money, cries of 'Islamophobia' and demands for special treatment for Muslims. That's happening in both countries. The missing piece in the USA is the daily car bombings and assassinations of teachers and other public officials."
That is from my source in Thailand. Here's the rest of their report:
Thailand Jihad for July, 2012 (so far): 16 bombs, 6 dead, 38 wounded
There is another week left to go to the end of July, but already Muslim terrorists in Thailand's south have killed 6 and wounded 38 (some severely) in 16 separate bombings.
The United States has a population of over 300 million. Can you imagine the public reaction if, in only three weeks, Muslim terrorists detonated 16 separate bombs and killed and injured almost 50 people in cities across the United States? If Jihadists caused those kinds of casualties each and every month for years?
What would the American reaction be to that kind of Muslim violence every month?
Thailand has a population of about 70 million, less than a quarter of the people living in the USA.
Can what is happening in Thailand be called anything less than a war?
(Chronology of attacks in July 2012 to date included in the following Nation news article.)
Pick-up bomb kills five policemen in Yala
The Nation July 26, 2012 1:00 am (Bangkok time) July 25, 2012 2pm (New York time)
Five police were killed yesterday and another wounded by a car bomb attack in Yala's Raman district.
The sixman squad from Tha Thong Police Station, which was assigned to escort teachers at U Poh Shool, was on a mobile patrol before arriving near a bridge where a silver Isuzu pickup truck with hidden explosives was parked. The truck exploded, hitting the police vehicle.
A manhunt was ordered on suspicion that wanted insurgent Kaman Chaichana, who has been active in the district, was also behind this ambush.
The detonation method, such a remotely by wire, mobile phone or twoway radio, and the types and quantities of explosives were not yet identified.
The relief force and bomb disposal team dispatched to the scene were delayed by road spikes scattered by insurgents, who also made off with six assault rifles issued to the six patrol officers.
The five dead victims were squad leader Pol Captain Sutham Onthong, Pol Sr Sgt Major Waeuseng Waedeng and Pol Sergeants Natthaphong Bunkomol, Prasert Rodkul and Wichanont Namphakdee.
Pol Corporal Jakkrit Chasalee was hospitalised, but no details of his wounds were available.
Chronology of attacks :
JULY 3: A homemade bomb hidden in a bicycle’s front basket goes off and injures five soldiers in Yala's Muang district.
JULY 4: Three homemade bombs planted in Narathiwat’s Rusoh district detonate simultaneously, wounding 12 policemen and villagers.
JULY 9: A roadside bomb wounds two soldiers on foot patrol in Pattani’s Thung Yang Daeng district.
JULY 13: Homemade bombs planted at four ATM units in Yala's Bannang Sata district and an M79 grenade attack on a security outpost wound one civilian and one policeman.
JULY 19: A bomb explodes at a shop in downtown Pattani, but nobody is hurt. A bomb in Yala's Than To district kills a villagers and wounds another. A bomb is found after an ambush on villagers is carried out to draw security officials in Narathiwat's Si Sakhon district
JULY 20: On the first day of Ramadan, a 50kilogram bomb hits a military vehicle on patrol in Narathiwat's Rangae district and wounds seven military rangers. A car bomb goes off in downtown Sungai Kolok in Narathiwat, burning down four shophouses and wounding eight people
JULY 25: A bomb hidden inside a parked pickup truck goes off in Yala's Raman district and hits a vehicle carrying policemen escorting teachers. Five of the occupants are killed and one wounded.