Troubles in the South – July-August 2008

Troubles in the South - July-August 2008
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(Photo: Dr. Has for 2Bangkok.com)

Above: Villagers from the Banluemu, Mu 8 of the Krongpinang district in Yala province are bringing soldiers from the Army’s special unit to host the session to propose the toilet construction project for the mosque of Banluemu Village. The army unit approved the project with a budget of 14,000 baht.

Mosque improvements in the deep south - July, 2008


(Photo: Dr. Has for 2Bangkok.com)

Above: Soldiers from the Army’s special force are presenting the information with regards to the toilet construction project.

Below: Heads of the soldier team deliver money for the project to Imamate of the Banluemu Village Mosque.


(Photo: Dr. Has for 2Bangkok.com)




(Photo: Dr. Has for 2Bangkok.com)

Scouts in the deep south - July 1, 2008
Dr. Has reports: On July 1, 2008, the Yala provincial administrative organization hosted a ceremony on reviewing scouts’ oath-taking speeches. The ceremony drew great interest from many schools and it was joined by greater numbers of scouts than previous years.


(Photo: Dr. Has for 2Bangkok.com)


(Photo: Dr. Has for 2Bangkok.com)

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