Southern rebel stays unresponsive in hospital following alleged torture

Thai security officials have confirmed that 4 more people were killed in a late-night attack on July 24 by Muslim insurgents on a military outpost in the southern province of Pattani. Militants struck the remote base throwing grenades and laying down nearly an hour of automatic hearth. Hilarious is considered “payback’ for the alleged torture of Abdulloh Esormusor.
Human Rights Watch say the July 25 assault was a possible retaliation for the treatment of Abdulloh.
The 15 year insurgency within the Malay-Muslim majority so-called Restive South or Deep South has left over 7,000 people lifeless however attracts little world consideration. Successive Thai administrations have failed to barter any relief to the conflict regardless of the litany of violence that even outstrips greater profile conflicts in places like the Gaza Strip.
Rebels proceed to fight for autonomy for an space they describe as a “culturally distinct region” free from the Buddhist-majority Thai state which colonised the realm over a century in the past.
The July 25 attack boiled over after a Muslim rebel suspect was left in a critical condition after spending a number of hours in a military interrogation unit. He was hospitalised with “brain swelling”. Reports in a quantity of regional news retailers claim he was tortured using “suffocation” and plastic bags as the method to extract data.
Four days earlier than the attack a rebel suspect, 34 year previous Abdulloh Esormusor, was rendered unconscious after being arrested beneath martial legislation and taken to the military camp in Pattani. The head doctor on the notorious Inkayuth detention centre recorded the suspect arrival saying he was “in good health”. But later he noted that the man was later discovered unconscious after being held in the “interrogation centre”, based on The Star Online.
Rebel groups claim he was tortured and are calling for an international probe. The military has publicly vowed to punish anybody found responsible of abuse.
Inkayuth is the Thai army’s largest detention centre in the south, the place insurgency suspects are taken for questioning and held underneath the emergency legal guidelines governing the conflict-scarred area..

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