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Southern imams demand 'peaceful Ramadan'

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Muslim religious leaders on Sunday said they wanted the southern separatist movement to refrain from violent activities during the holy month of Ramadan starting next month. 

SBPAC director Pol Col Tawee Sodsong met with Muslim religious leaders in Narathiwat on Sunday to hear their opinion of the peace-building process in the South, a few days before the third round of talks between Thailand and representatives of the southern separatist movement in Malaysia. (Photos by Waedao Harai)

Imams, or leaders of 634 mosques across the southern province of Narathiwat met with Pol Col Tawee Sodsong, director of the Southern Border Provinces Administration Centre (SBPAC) at the office of the Narathiwat Islamic Committee.

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