Following on from the previous post, here's further evidence of the escalation of the global jihad against Buddhists, as reported by Jihad Watch:
"The recent burning and beheading of female victims in Thailand’s southern Muslim provinces marks a renewed campaign of terror by insurgent groups, according to a Human Rights Watch statement released today.
At least three Thai Buddhist women have been killed and mutilated by insurgents since February, according to HRW.
“Southern insurgents are killing Buddhist women and spreading terror by beheading and burning their bodies,” Brad Adams, Asia director at HRW, said in the statement."
"Thailand: Jihadists murder one, wound 24 with wave of bombings
"...Suspected Muslim insurgents in southern Thailand launched a wave of attacks Sunday that killed one person and wounded 24 others.
The violence took place in the city of Yala, where at least four explosions were reported, said police Col. Prayong Khotsakha.
The most serious of the assaults was a car bomb that detonated in front [of] a furniture store, triggering a blaze that burned nearby homes and caused numerous casualties, he said.
Other explosions were reported in the city. One bomb was hidden on a motorcycle, and another blew up an ATM.
More than 5,000 people have been killed in Thailand’s three southernmost provinces since an Islamic insurgency erupted in 2004..."
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