Despite violence, majority locals support Deep South peace talks

Local residents convey their hopes for the embryonic peace process, while criticising militants for their deviation from Islam's teachings.

By Somchai Huasaikul and Rapee Mama for Khabar Southeast Asia in Hat Yai

April 13, 2013


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