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Islamic Council of Thailand opposed to progressive bills and laws around cannabis, marriage equality, and easing alcohol laws


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3 minutes ago, ozz1 said:

That's why Malaysians ( Muslims mainly) are coming over to see how the other half live 

Yep, those S Thai border towns get full up with them 'good' Muslim 'tourist'.

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those weekend muslim Malaysian cross border visitors, which use to come in millions, will just have to travel a little further north. Budget flights to phuket, hat yai, even Hua Hin and Utapao. Even seasonal tourist charter flights for a week holidays.

They will stay longer, extended weekends, and spend more money each time. 

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2 hours ago, Tropicalevo said:

So 5% of the population telling the rest what is allowed?

I didn't know that there were over 3 million people on the board of the Council. The table in their boardroom must be really really long.

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As far as I was aware Thailand is Buddhist faith country by majority so they make their laws accordingly. Islamist countries make their laws accordingly to their faith. It's called democracy. Certain countries are becoming woke to the rights of the minority been put before the majority, road to authoritarianism IMO.

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5 hours ago, mikeymike100 said:

Well why don't they go and live in KSA, I know its lovely there! LOL

Yes. Cold winters and hot summers

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They can start to clean up their members in Pattaya Arab area. 

Then complain about things that they shouldn't care about

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