Narathiwat Authorities Offer Aid To Flood-Affected Kelantan

Posted: January 5, 2015 in Malaysia, Thailand, ThaiSouth
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Malaysians give little thought to the floods and other natural disasters affecting the Muslim-majority in south Thailand, often during their time of need. It’s sad, really, to see the complacency despite sharing not only a border but also similar language, culture and most definitely the faith.

According to relief workers in Narathiwat, many Malaysians from Kelantan cross the border into Narathiwat to buy supplies and in most cases, young people seeking temporary work in the conflict-torn province of “ThaiSouth” to make ends meet due to the severity of the Malaysian floods – which wasn’t elaborated and explained by the Malaysian press.

Meanwhile, the Thai authorities in Narathiwat offered humanitarian aid to the representatives of the Kelantan state government.


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