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JP News 2004 Issue 2 CCJP Visited the Site of Thai-Malaysian Gas Pipeline Project and Krue Se Mosque Print


CCJP Visited the Site of Thai-Malaysian Gas Pipeline Project and Krue Se Mosque



CCJP and Sekhiya Dharma Group visited the site of Thai-Malaysian Gas Pipeline Project on July 26-28, 2004 to gather first hand information from villagers living along the pipeline, especially villagers in Jana District (the site for construction of gas separation plant). The villagers accompanied us to see the location for gas separation plant where there is encroachment of public land and Vagafh (Islamic public land) and filling and levelling of swamp, which is a rich wetland. The villagers have demanded the project owner to return the land to local communities. They have also discussed future impacts on local communities. In connection to the demand voiced out by the villagers, religious organisations saw that they should disseminate the information to the wider public, which would be helpful for concrete solution by the villagers. This can be done by organising forums/seminar on the issue that the villagers struggle to gain public land back to their local communities.


Furthermore, the whole team also visited Krue Se Mosque in Pattani Province to gain information on situation of violence in Southern border provinces from academicians from Islam Suksa College of Songkhla Nagarindra University at Pattani.


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1.At Jana district, SongKha, Muslim villagers who protest the Malaysain Gas Pipeline project. They have discussed future impacts on their community.

2.The pipeline construction are seen along the road from Songkha to Thai-Malaysian border at Sadao district.

3.This man accompanied us to explore the location for gas separation plant.

4.Krue Se Mosque in Pattani.

5.Marks of bullets on the columns in Kue Se Mosque area.

6.Our team was listening to a presentation on violence in Southern border provinces from academic of Islam Suksa College of Songkhla Nagarindra University at Pattani
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