Hot! Muslim Influx Worries Government

With Ramadan ending Thailand authorities are keeping an eye on the influx of Muslim Cambodians entering the country as tourists.
The Immigration Bureau has been instructed to monitor their movements and the Cambodian government will be asked to exchange information about its citizens coming to Thailand.

Police have been asked to track information about their movements while those who applied for stays longer than seven days mainly traveled to the southern border provinces and Malaysia.
Intelligence agencies believe insurgents would carry out attacks against state officials after the holy fasting month of Ramadan, which ended Sunday.

According to a poll from the Bangkok Post, nine out of 10 people in the restive southern border provinces think the government is not sincere in it handling of the insurgency problem.

Recent terrorist acts in Thailand have included the botched bombing attempt by the three Iranian men earlier this year.

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