The jihad is raging in Thailand. Is it any wonder that neighboring Burma (Myanmar) is pushing back against jihadists in that country? Here is the report from SIO Thailand's Chai:
In Thailand’s South we’ve counted five separate bomb attacks and two shootings on Sunday as reported by local news media. No deaths reported so far but dozens injured.These are the early reports. As usual it will take more time for the national news media to catch up. The Nation newspaper is reporting 4 bomb attacks with no injuries, but an AP report states 27 injured and to look at the photo you can’t believe that there were no injuries.It’s always confusion after mass attacks. People living in the south have also learned that when you hear of more than one attack, you can usually count on many more and so you should stay away from stores, downtown, schools and government offices etc.From the headlines around the world telling of Muslim terror attacks, I can see it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas.Chai
Four bomb attacks hit Songkhla's Sadao district Nation Multimedia, December 22, 2013
Sadao district in Songkhla province was rocked with four bomb attacks on Sunday but there was no reports of injuries.This border district is adjacent to Malaysia’s Padang Besar of Peris state.The first attack took place in front of Padang Besar police station in Sadao the same district while the second was at a parking space of Sadao police station. Initial investigation showed both attacks were caused by explosives hidden in motorcycles which were parked in the areas.The third explosion was in front of Oliver Hotel at Ban Dan Nok while the fourth was in a soi near McDonald shop in the same area.