Muslims have made life hell in Southern Thailand waging holy war to impose Islam and impose sharia. So what does the enemedia call these savages? An “armed separatist insurgency.” Evil. The Islamic State is an “armed separatist insurgency.” Hamas, Boko Haram, Hezb’Allah, Al Qaeda, Taliban, MILF, Islamic Jihad, Palestinian Liberation, Fatah, Muslim Brotherhood et al are all “armed separatist insurgency.”
Reports on social media have suggested victims were badly injured, with “bones left sticking out of their legs.”
Updated | At least one woman dies as bombs go off at Thai resort, Malta Today, August 11, 2016:
Two bombs have exploded in the Thai resort of Hua Hin, killing at least one woman and injuring 10 others, international media reports claim.
The BBC reports that those injured include foreign tourists, and that the bombs were hidden in plant pots spaced some 50m apart and detonated by mobile phones within half an hour from each other.
It adds that twin bombings are a regular occurrence in Thailand’s three southern-most provinces, which have been wracked by an armed separatist insurgency for 12 years.
The BBC adds that this is a regular occurrence so — what? That makes it seemingly ok?
Daily Mail has this:
BREAKING NEWS: One woman is killed and at least 10 are injured ‘including two British holidaymakers’ at Thai beach hot spot
Two bombs exploded in plant pots at Thai resort of Hua Hin today
One woman is said to have died in the blast with bombs 30 minutes apart
At least 10 people believed to be injured including ‘foreign tourists’
Reports on social media suggest two British people are among the hurt
One woman has died and at least 10 people have been injured after two bombs exploded in a popular Thai tourist resort.
The explosives, believed to have been placed in plant pots, went off in the Hua Hin resort earlier today.
Reports on social media have suggested two British people are hurt, among nine injured foreign tourists.
Two bombs are believed to have been placed in plant pots, pictured, and went off within around 30 minutes of each other
Reports on social media suggest one woman has died while 10 people, including foreigners, have been injured
Police say no one was injured in the first explosion but the second killed a Thai womanThe second bomb exploded near a bar at about 10:20 p.m (1320 GMT), killing a Thai woman and injuring eight foreigners and one other Thai person, local deputy police chief Samer Yousamran said.
The injured are being treated at a local hospital, he said.
Writing on Twitter, charity founder Edwin Wiek said: ‘At #HuaHin hospital. Seems 5 foreigners injured, 2 british, 3 of unknown nationality.’
He later added: ‘Latest update: #Huahin #bomb total 23 injured, 1 dead. At least 9 foreigner under the injured.’
The first bomb went off about twenty minutes earlier about 55 yards away from the second bomb, he said. Nobody was injured in the first explosion.
Police are investigating and as yet do not know the motive or the identity of the bombers, he said.
In a separate incident earlier on Thursday, a bomb exploded at a market in the southern Trang province in Thailand, injuring six people, police said.
Police believe that explosion was related to a local dispute.Emergency services, pictured, rushed to the scene to take the injured to a local hospital
The attacks took place a day before the Queen of Thailand’s birthday – a public holiday
Thais voted less than a week ago in a referendum to adopt a military-backed constitution, the first test of Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha at the ballot box since he seized power in a coup in May 2014.
Thailand’s 88 year-old King Bhumibol Adulayadej, the world’s longest reigning monarch, and his wife Sirikit are in hospital in Bangkok but have resided in recent years in Hua Hin at the Klai Kangwon Palace royal palace, which translates as “Far from Worries Palace”.
King Bhumibol has received treatment for an infection over the past month in a Bangkok hospital, the Royal Household Bureau said on Aug. 1.
Reports on social media have suggested a foreign couple with a child were badly injured, with ‘bones left sticking out of their legs’.
Police officers have been spotted examining the scene with torches as they carry out investigations, left and right
Another report on Twitter suggested a woman selling salad has died in the explosion
What appears to be the charred remains of a plant pot that one of the bombs was placed in
Concerned locals have been seen gathering around the scene as police stand guard
Another Twitter user claimed a woman selling salad in the area was killed.
The explosions occurred within around 30 minutes of each other and the pots were said to have been around 55 yards apart.
A spokesman for the British Foreign Office said: ‘ We are seeking further information following the incident in Hua Hin, Thailand, and stand ready to provide assistance to any British nationals.’
It is thought more than 6,500 people, including Buddhist monks, teachers, troops and separatist insurgents have been killed since 2004 in the long-running conflict, although tourist destinations have rarely been affected.
Police are currently conducting forensic investigations at the site, using torches to examine the scene.
The resort is popular with both foreigners and locals, and hosts international jazz, car and kite festivals every year.
It is also famous for its fishing opportunities while its shallow and warm waters provide good conditions for kite boarding and surfing.
The scene remains chaotic as darkness descends over the resort, pictured
Much of the site has been cordoned off, including this motorbike modified to sell food
The resort, pictured, is a popular destination for Western tourists in Thailand
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