Re: (Terror in the South) Al Jazeera interview
- From: Jack@xxxxxxxxx (Magnus)
- Date: Tue, 03 Mar 2009 19:09:55 GMT
On Sun, 01 Mar 2009 18:05:46 -0600, Frawley <frawley411@xxxxxxx>
Yes, it's quite possible as I wrote above!Jack@xxxxxxxxx (Magnus) wrote:
On Fri, 27 Feb 2009 07:52:33 -0600, Frawley <frawley411@xxxxxxx>wrote:
Jack@xxxxxxxxx (Magnus) wrote:
Well, I wonder how you know that the guys that have been interviewed
Like written in a comment, instead of publishing the crap of an
obscure bunch of terrorists, the hack of the toilet paper Al Jazeera
should have interviewed the local people more widely and asked why
most of the victims are Muslims!
I thought the fellow was pretty clear:
"We have three kinds of enemies," the senior BRN-C fighter told Al
Jazeera. "Siam and its allies - and another enemy who we don't really
know but they are people who obstruct our revolution. So we need to
make them aware that as Muslims they should be on our side."
If you want an answer to your question, better to ask the people doing
the killing, not the people being killed, eh?
are actually the killers? I know it's hardly believable but it's
frequent among Muslims to boast about responsability of slaughters.
"The killers"? Lots of people have killed lots of people. I read:
"Speaking to Al Jazeera's Step Vaessen at a location outside Thailand,
a senior member of the National Revolutionary Front Co-ordinate
(BRN-C) said the group's main aim was "to fight for independence
through an armed revolution."
That suggested to me he has something to do with killing. I'm sure
he's worked his way up from beheader or triggerman to "Sr. member'.
Was that your question? How do I know this guy has ever killed,
plotted or orderred killing? You think it's possible he's just a
braggart? I suppose that's possible. Seems pretty unlikely, though.
I don't know but it would have been a great piece of journalismOTH, it *would* have been very interesting to have the opinion of
ordinary southerner Thais, interviewed by foreign journalists. Al
Jazeera is not a very reliable source IMO but perhaps moslim reporters
could have got facts - like about the everyday's life of villagers -
that have never been published in Thailand.
I think that's someone else's beat. :-)
(compared to this above crap). However PG wrote that Al J had also
made incisive and thought-provoking reporting on the subject (that I
did not see). So I may be wrong.
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