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Offshoring care: Swiss Alzheimer’s patients find home in Thailand

by Luigi Jorio, swissinfo.ch in Faham, Thailand April 2, 2014 – 11:00   Palm trees and a swimming pool, games and outings – this is not a holiday camp, but a…

Thailand: Ahmadi Muslims reach out to Thai elite with message of peace

Bangkok, 25th December, 2013 Thai Ahmadi Muslims presented the book World Crises and the Pathway to Peace to the Chairperson of the National Human Rights Commission of Thailand in its…

King Bhumibol Adulyadej – life in pictures King Rama XI

CLICK HERE FOR MORE PICTURES HAPPY BIRTHDAY YOUR MAJESTY!…

International Peace Symposium, Bangkok, Thailand

Bangkok (21 Nov. 2013) The Ahmadiyya Muslim Association Thailand held its first annual International Peace Symposium on the theme of The Pathway to Peace. The event hosted an exhibition of…

THAILAND: More Muslim groups joining next month’s peace dialogue

BANGKOK, Nov 15 – The next round of peace talks in December between Thai government security officials and Muslim insurgent groups in southern Thailand will include members of other movements…

Angler Hooks 134-Pound Carp In Thailand, May Crush World Record

Holy carp! A British tourist may have just reeled in a world record. While vacationing in Thailand for his birthday, Keith Williams hooked a 134-pound carp, believed to be the…

Muslim prince: Islam decries violence

BANGKOK POST Published: 10 Sep 2013 at 10.49 Secularism, good governance, and mutual dialogue are paths towards peaceful and harmonious coexistence in multi-cultural societies, a Muslim prince from Chennai in…

Buddhist-Muslim Conflict in Asia Rears its Ugly Head

This opinion piece argues that the current violence between Asian Muslims and Buddhists is not religiously motivated — i.e., the true causes are land disputes and aggressive nationalism. What to…

Thailand: Muslim leader backs peace drive

CHIANG MAI : The country’s top Muslim spiritual leader has voiced support for ongoing peace talks between the National Security Council (NSC) and the Barisan Revolusi Nasional (BRN), stressing the…

Seek autonomy instead, Muslim groups told

KUALA LUMPUR: Muslim minority communities in the Asean region that are struggling for greater rights should not seek independence but rather meaningful autonomy, says Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun…

Ahmadiyya Muslim Association of Thailand holds its 12th Annual Convention

Source: www.newswit.com General Press Releases Thursday April 18, 2013.   Bangkok–18 Apr–The Ahmadiyya Muslim Association of Thailand The Ahmadiyya Muslim Association of Thailand held its 12th Annual Convention on 29-30 March…

Thai Authorities, Muslim Rebels Launch Peace Talks

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia March 28, 2013 (AP) Thai authorities and Muslim separatist leaders on Thursday started peace talks aimed at ending almost a decade of unrest in the country’s far…

Thai insurgents attack southern army base, troops kill 16

By Amy Sawitta Lefevre BANGKOK (Reuters) – A pre-dawn raid on a Thai military base ended with 16 Muslim insurgents killed on Wednesday in the deadliest violence in the country’s…

54 countries aided CIA in renditions

Report highlights extent of global programme in US war on terror By Mick O’Reilly Senior Associate Editor GULF NEWS Dubai: Some were picked up as they travelled through airports, others…

Thailand pushes 200 Rohingya back to sea

THAILAND’S navy has blocked more than 200 Rohingya refugees from entering the kingdom as part of a new crackdown on refugees from violence-hit western Myanmar (Burma), officials say. Thousands of…

Thais open hearts to Rohingya, bringing supplies and sympathy

Source: Bangkok Post A huge procession of Thai people turned out to deliver food, cash and necessities to help Rohingya migrants confined in various shelters yesterday. Muhammad Sabare, 14, weeps…

‘Sultans of Science’ exhibition thrills 1.2 million in Thailand

FOUZIA KHAN ARABNEWS JEDDAH: The “Sultans of Science” exhibition thrilled 1.2 million visitors to the Bangkok International Trade and Exhibition Center in Thailand. Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn opened the “National…

Thailand holds ‘peace talks’ with Muslim militants

Thailand said Thursday it was holding peace talks with some Muslim insurgent groups in its violence-wracked south, in a policy reversal which follows a recent surge in militant attacks. Informal…

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