Chai in Thailand writes:
What isn't said in the accompanying news article is that this is a Buddhist village. The Muslim terrorists drove through it and shot up all the homes.http://atlasshrugs2000.typepad.com/atlas_shrugs/2013/02/jihad-in-th...
It just keeps coming. Muslim terrorists murder every day in Thailand by bomb, shooting, stabbing. It is a war with teachers, children and families targeted by the Jihadists to force Buddhists to flee their homes, farms and businesses. Thousands head north every month and abandon everything their families have accomplished over the generations.
What doesn't the world understand about that? Does the USA think it is immune from the violent Jihad that follows the political and social jihad is now happening in Dearborn and some other American cities? Thais have been there. As Dearborn once was, so were our Southern cities. As the Thai South is now, so will some of your American cities be if you don't assert your American culture.
So many murders and so much sadness and fear in the Buddhist villages.
Pattani Village Children Injured In Terrorist Attack Pattaya Daily Nws.com
A Toyota truckload of terrorists raked several Pattani village homes with gunfire before driving away. Three children and an adult suffered gunshot wounds to their arms and legs. Officials believe the attack was a reaction by the terrorists to a recent crackdown on terrorism in the area.
PATTANI – February 10, 2013 [PDN]; at 6 p.m., a truckload of terrorists strafed village homes and injured three childen and an adult before escaping. About 5 terrorists rode up in a silver bronze Toyota Vigo pickup truck with no license plate, to the village road route Kok Deplee-Kayee, Tambon Tuyong, Amphur Nongjik, Pattani province
When they arrived at the Kok Deplee-Kayee village, the 3 terrorists sitting in the back of the pickup truck used a machine gun to rake the houses of people before driving away to escape.
The two injured young boys were identified as Thanate Nukeua, age 11; and Supphakit Kulthawee, age 8. Also injured was a young girl, Aphissara Janthavong, age 4; and an adult male, Mr. Sarayuth Janthavong, age 33. All of them were shot in their arms and legs and taken to Nongjik hospital.
Afterwards, the scene was visited by bomb retrieval officers and evidence specialists of Pattani province. The officers assumed the assault was the act of a group of terrorists in reaction to a recent inspection by authorities in the area.