Berita kekejaman penjajah Thai

May 29, 2007

 Patani- 29-05-2007

Wakil Patanikini telah menemui risalah yang di tabur oleh pihak tertentu tentang satu peristiwa yang menyayat hati tentang keganasan tentera penjajah thai terhadap orang kampung.Risalah itu telah di tulis dalam huruf jawi dan Thai.

Patanikini telah menyalin samula risalah asal itu kadalam tulisan rumi.:-

Kepada saudara kami seagama, sebangsa dan setanahair 

Dengan terjadinya peristiwa kekejaman tentera terhadap umat Melayu Patani:- 

1)    Penembakan terhadap beberapa buah masjid dan musolla.

2)    Penembakan terhadap orang-orang kampung yang tidak bersalah.

3)    Penembakan tempat-tempat belajar agama, sekolah dan pondok.

4)    Penangkapn terhadap anak-anak muda lelaki dan perempuan.

5)    Pemerkosaan/rogol terhadap anak-anak muda Melayu Islam.

6)    Dan lain-lain. 

Peristiwa seperti ini bukan berlaku hanya sekali sahaja bahkan berulang-ulang kali seperti yang baru-baru ini berlaku di sebuah Kampung Basar lapan (Sepung) daerah Jaha pada jam 2:00 petang tanggal 22-05-2007, satu pasukan tahan peran masuk melalui Kampung Lending daerah Jaha. Setelah sampai jam 5:30 petang, pasukan tersebut menuju ke sebuah kampung kecil yang bernama Basar Lapan dan terus memasuki sebuah rumah orang kampung, kemudian menembak kepala keluarga di dalam rumah tersebut. Sedangkan salah seorang anak perempuan dapat menyelamatkan diri, namun yang satu lagi ditangkap dengan tidak ada perikemanusiaan lagi, tahan peran yang berjiwa binatang itu merogol dan membunuh sampai mati. Bukti dari kekejaman itu dapat dilihat dari keadaan mayat yang mana wajah dan bahagian lehernya biru dan lebam. Di bahagian belakang terdapat bekas luka-luka banyak sekali, seluar dalam ditarik sampai ke hujung kaki.Namun si isteri (ibu) apabila melihat kejadian tersebut melarikan diri menuju ke rumah adik perempuannya . Ketika itu didapati hujan sangat lebat, setelah ia membuka pintu rumah dengan tidak sangka didapati satu pasukan lagi sedang menembak terhadap dua anak saudara yang berada di situ. Dia pun langsung pengsan bersama dengan adik perempuan itu. Kemudian pasukan tersebut mengambil kain selimut menutup ke atas mereka berempat serta membakar. Namun dengan izin Allah S.W.T. api hanya menyala sebahagian sahaja. Sebelum pasukan tersebut mengundurkan diri dari tempat itu mereka melepaskan tembakan ke arah rumah-rumah yang lain secara membabi buta.Tindakan biadab seperti ini sangat menikam hati umat Islam di merata tempat. Bagaimanakah jika peristiwa ini berlaku terhadap keluarga kita sendiri. Oleh itu kami atas nama rakyat yang derita berharap kepada tokoh-tokoh agama seperti tok imam, tok guru, ustaz dan sebagainya dengan ikhlas hati mengajak makmumnya melakukan solat hajat pada setiap hari sehingga umat Islam terselamat daripada tindakan yang sangat ganas ini. Wassalam                                                                                     Dari rakyat yang menderita.

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Pejuang2 mengalu kehadiran PANLOP PINMANEE dimedan perang!!

May 28, 2007

Patani-28-05-2007 

Patanikini telah sempat bertanya pendapat  pejuang2 Patani terhadap kembalinya samula General Panlop Pinmanee (jeneral penjajah yang paling kejam)bertugas dalam ISOC.Beliau baru sahaja dilantik oleh sonthi menduduki kerusi penasihat kapada ISOC.Tindakan ini memberi gambaran bahawa penjajah Thai akan bertindak lebih ganas lagi terhadap rakyat Patani.

Dengan ini penderitaan rakyat Patani akan lebih bertambah.Begitu juga peluang untuk rakyat dan pejuang2 untuk langsung ka medan syuhada lebih luas terbuka.

Rata2 pejuang2 dengan tegas membuat pengakuan kapada wakil Patanikini bahawa mereka lebih rela patani di bakar jadi padang jarak padang terkukur dari hidup terus di jajah oleh Pemerentah Thai!! Pejuang2 Patani mengalu2 kehadiran Panlop kemedan  peperangan di patani.Bahkan mereka bersyukur kerana berpeluang untuk mengajar saorang jeneral kejam yang memerentah supaya di bunuh orang2 tidak bersenjata di masjid kerisik tahun 2004. Kesemua operasi yang di banggakan oleh Panlop itu bersifat pengecut,kerana kesemuanya pukul curi.Pejuang bukan sahaja akan cuba membalas apa yang telah dibuat oleh Panlop terhadap orang2 islam patani tetapi juga kapada orang2 thai yang tidak berdosa yang telah di bunuh sacara kejam.Pejuang2 berharap Panlop akan kerap turun padang ka Patani.Rata2 pejuang 2 sanggup jika di tugas untuk menghancur dan memenggal kepala Panlop dan membakar nya.

Mudah2an hantunya akan memburu beliau walaupun sesudah mampus.Tahun 2007 ini Panlop insyaallah akan dapat bertemu dengan beratus2 mangsa beliau yang telah mati sacara kejam.

PELURU M16 DAN PARANG PANJANG DIHADIAHKAN OLEH RAKYAT PATANI SACARA RASMI KAPADA GENERAL PANLOP PINMANEE.!!


Tough man take hard stand and ready for head on with Patani fighters

May 27, 2007

The appointment of retired Army Gen Panlop Pinmanee as military adviser appears to be a signal from the Council for National Security that the conciliatory approach will change toward both Muslim insurgents in the South and opponents of the military regime.

Gen Panlop, who moved back into the Isoc headquarters earlier this month, is a former commando and self-described assassin. And he talked calmly and toughly on Saturday night about the problems in the deep South.“The way to solve the problem in the South is to get the people on your side,” Gen Panlop said in an interview, broadcast on Saturday night by Channel 3.But if the violence continues, the military should carry out “search and destroy” missions against the insurgents, he said. “If we cannot make them surrender, then we have no choice – we have to destroy them.”

Gen Panlop is both notorious for his harsh tactics but hated for his survival instincts.
He  appeared relaxed in the interview and said he had stayed alive this long because he was careful. His colleagues seem more concerned. Aides carried into his office a birthday present from a fellow general in the Thai Army.A BULLETPROOF VEST !!!

He said Gen Sonthi Boonyaratglin, who led the September coup that overthrew Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra and brought the junta to power, asked him to be an adviser during a round of golf in March. The men once served together in a special warfare unit.
Gen Panlop, who turned 71 on Friday, speaks about his days as an army-appointed assassin in a casual, matter-of-fact tone and offers little to dispel his tough-guy reputation.He was the leader of what he called the “killer team,” a secret seven-man army unit in 1970 that carried out extrajudicial killings. “The assignment was to kill the leaders of Communist groups all over Thailand,” he said.

He said he was also a guerrilla mercenary for the Central Intelligence Agency along the Ho Chi Minh Trail in the 1960s.

But he is perhaps best known for his decision to raid the Krue Se mosque in PATANI in 2004, a move that left 32 martyred unarmed youngster. The raid helped rekindled the Patani revolution, which has caused about 2,200 deaths in the past three years.

Diplomacy is not his strong point, his expertise is to kill people and deal with things by force.”

It is too early to tell how influential Gen Panlop will be in the government. But amid rumors of countercoups and manoeuvering by Mr Thaksin’s allies, the generals seem to have calculated that they needed his skills. Gen Panlop has been involved in three military coups and is said to have once plotted to assassinate an army commander.

Gen Panlop began his job on May 3 at the Internal Security Operations Command, a military agency created under another name in the 1960s to fight Communists in the country. Returning to the security agency was a rehabilitation for Gen Panlop, who until last August was its deputy director. He was fired when Mr Thaksin accused Gen Panlop of plotting to assassinate him.

Gen Panlop ridiculed the idea at the time, saying, “If I had done it, I guarantee that the prime minister would not have survived.”

Now, he says he is using the agency’s network of 700,000 volunteers around the country to gather intelligence on the junta’s opponents.

After seizing power in September, the junta vowed to take a soft approach to the southern insurgency in contrast to Mr Thaksin’s hard-line stance. Last November, Prime Minister Surayud Chulanont issued a far-reaching public apology on behalf of the Thai state for what he called flawed government policies toward local Malay Muslims.

But this and other olive branches failed to stem the daily killings of civilians.

Gen Panlop says he can beat insurgents at their own game because that is a game he played — in 1966 and 1967 when he led guerrilla units in attacks against North Vietnamese traveling the Ho Chi Minh Trail. “The strategy of hit-and-run I know very well,” he said.He refused to say exactly how many people suspected of being Communists he and his six fellow assassins killed in 1970.“Many, many,” he said.He did not want to identify the people he killed because it would upset too many of their relatives, he said. 


Situation is tense in Patani as Muslims protest in front of army camp

May 8, 2007

Some 1,000 Patani Muslims have gathered in front of an army camp in Patani province to demand that the authorities freed immediately 24 suspects arrested in connection with the daily violence in the deep south.

The situation is tense as the army refused to negotiate with the protesters as they were confident of their evidence. The army claimed earlier that some of the detainees after intense torture confessed that they involved in shooting at a motorcade of HM the Queen’s close aide in February.

The camp gate was closed in the morning as the protesters started gathering in front of the camp at about 10am on Tuesday. About 200 soldiers were deployed at the camp and water trucks were seen at the camp.

An army source reiterated that the army would not negotiate with the protesters and prepared to take drastic action if the protest turned violent.

The protesters comprised of men, women and children, differing from previous protests that mostly comprised of women and children.

Leaders of the protesters spoke through megaphone, demanding that the army freed all suspects. They said they would not disperse until the suspects were released.

The suspects were arrested a few weeks ago and the army moved them to the camp in Nong Chik district for interrogation. The move was to prevent the protest in the area.


Tense protests face off along religious lines

May 6, 2007

Yala.5-05-2007

Rival demonstrators in the deep South continued their blockades along Yala-Betong road in Bannang Sata district yesterday. Islamic protesters were pressing for the release of 24 villagers being detained at a military camp, while Buddhists called for Muslim villagers to abandon their protests.Two groups of Muslim protesters, each totalling about 100 and mostly made up of women and children, massed at new rally sites yesterday, joining the growing public demonstrations in Bannang Sata. Both rally sites were along the Yala-Betong highway _ one near Ban Jaroh Pisaekuela mosque in tambon Taling Chan and the other at Tanoh Puteh mosque in tambon Tanoh Puteh.The new demonstrators lent support to more than 300 Muslim women and children who rallied for a third day yesterday on a stretch of the same road in Krong Pinang sub-district.Local ethnic-Malay villagers have been calling for the authorities to set free 24 Muslims who have been held at the Ingkhayuthboriharn military camp in Pattani province since April 29 on suspicion of supporting the insurgency.The protesters also wanted to see the lifting of a curfew in Bannang Sata and Yaha districts of Yala and removal of military units from the areas.

At the same time, more than 200 Buddhist residents continued their own counter-protest for the second day, also on the Yala-Betong road in Bannang Sata, calling for Muslim villagers to disband their protests and stop trying to pressure the authorities to release the insurgent suspects.

Both sides have set up road blocks on the Yala-Betong road, forcing commuters to take alternative routes.

People stuck in Betong wanting to get to Yala’s Muang district have the option of crossing into Malaysia and re-entering the country through Songkhla’s Sadao district.

Security personnel, government officers and representatives from the provincial Islamic committee have been called to an urgent meeting to seek ways to put an end to the growing protests.

Riot police have also been put on standby in case of unexpected incidents.

Police Region 9 commissioner Jettanakorn Napeetaphat said yesterday that police were doing their best to ensure there were no confrontations between Buddhist and Muslim protesters.

Pol Lt-Gen Jettanakorn said police were negotiating with demonstrators to get them to call off their protests. He said authorities were ready to listen to all sides and were prepared to treat the issues fairly.

He also said he was in the middle of talks with the Region 4 army commander about calls from villagers for the authorities to repeal the curfew in place in Bannang Sata and Yaha districts as well as the emergency decree that has been in place since July 2005.

Some 2,000 extra police officers were also dispatched to the strife-torn region on Wednesday ahead of the opening of the new school term this month, he added.

Meanwhile, the body of a Muslim man was found floating in the Patani river in Yala’s Muang district yesterday morning. The cause of death had yet to be determined.

Elsewhere, two schools in Krong Pinang sub-district were set alight early yesterday morning.

In a separate incident, a man was shot dead along with his young daughter and son in his house in Than To district on Friday.

In Bannang Sata district, an assistant to a village headman was gunned down yesterday on his way home.

In Yala’s Muang district, two border rangers and a two-year-old girl were killed in a roadside bomb attack near a local bridge in Yala municipality yesterday evening.

The rangers were patrolling the area when the bomb was detonated by mobile phone.

The dead rangers were identified as Pol Sgt Songsak Taviso, 40, and Sgt Maj Taweechai Wongwichai, 38. The two, together with the girl, died of their injuries at Yala Hospital.

The aunt of the girl, who was driving the motorcycle they were riding, was seriously injured while another ranger sustained minor injuries.