Here's the latest horror report from our man Chai in Thailand:
During the month of October 2013, Muslim terrorists made 118 attacks in Thailand's four southern provinces, where they murdered 32 people and wounded 72 others. The most common method of attack was the roadside bomb (45 incidents), followed by shootings (28 incidents).
A total of 32 people were killed and 72 others wounded in 118 incidents of southern unrest during October, Prince of Songkla University's Deep South Watch (DSW) has reported.
The unrest continued yesterday with the latest victim a former assistant village headman, who was shot dead in Yala's Bannang Sata district. The shooting of Hama Marana, 51, took place at 2am in Tambon Bacho as he was returning home from a rubber plantation. He was shot by an unknown assailant.
DSW reported that from October 1-31, there were 37 attacks in Narathiwat that killed 21 people and wounded 31 others; 56 incidents in Pattani that killed six people and injured 26 others; and 21 incidents in Yala that killed five people and injured 15 others. Songkhla saw four incidents but reported no deaths or injuries. The most
common attack was bombings with 45 cases, followed by shootings with 28 cases.