Thailand: more mosques attacked

Thailand’s daily The Nation reports that “suspected militants” fired grenades into two mosques in Yala’s Yaha district April 4, wounding 15 Muslim worshippers. In the first attack, assailants fired M-79 grenades into the Hassaladawa Yaha mosque during morning prayers. The assailants then got back into their pick-up truck and drove to another mosque about one kilometer away, firing another grenade into it. The explosion damaged the building but claimed no casualties. (The Nation, April 5)

The account does not say whether the “militants” were Muslim or Buddhist.

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