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#BURMA #MYANMAR #BUDDHISTS #DONT #WANT #GET #KILLED BY #RADICAL #MUSLIMS AS IN #SOUTH #THAILAND

February 28, 2014
WE DON,T WANT THIS IN BURMA MYANMAR– international media as usual quiet on violence from muslim side
BEHEADED BY RADICAL ISLAMISTS IN SOUTH THAILAND
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FEBRUARY 13 MONK AND BOY KILLED IN THAILAND SOUTH                                             ANOTHER MONK KILLED WITH AN VILLAGER IN THAI SOUTH ON 24 JANUARY 2014
  WE DON,T WANT THIS IN BURMA MYANMAR -SAVE THE BUDDHISTS
YALA, Feb 7 –  Banners expressing distrust of the Thai government addressing majority non-Thai speaking local Malay Muslim residents of the southern border region were found hanging at varied locations in four provinces this morning.
Marking the anniversary of the peace talks between the caretaker Thai government and the yawi malayu speaking local residents, the banners appeared aimed to build further fear and separation between the two communities.
SOUTH THAILAND
Banners carrying messages about the troubled southern region were spread in three locations of Yala’s provincial seat, while another banner was discovered in Krong Pinang district.
Police said the move was meant to stir up ethnic and religious-based disturbances, but they found no suspicious objects such as bombs or decoy bombs at most sites, but decoy boxes were found in some areas. ##

28.02.Chanae district officer and his five bodyguards narrowly escaped death when a powerful roadside bomb explosion targeted against them only damaged their armour-plated car in Narathiwat province today (Wednesday). February 18, 2014 

Two journalists and a policeman were injured in a double bomb blast in Yi Ngor district of Narathiwat this morning.##February 18, 2014Three men were shot dead while they were travelling in a pick-up truck on a road in Pattani’s Yarang district##FEBR.13 Four southern militants sprayed bullets from their assault rifles at a group of Buddhists while they were offering alms to monks in Mae Larn district of Pattani province this morning, killing a monk and three locals.
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