"It Was Like Suddenly My Son No Longer Existed"
Enforced Disappearances in Thailand's Southern Border Provinces
Map of Thailand's Southern Border Provinces
II. Insurgency in the South
A brief history of insurgency
A new and counterproductive approach by the Thaksin government
Recent escalation of the insurgency and government responses
III. "Disappearances" in the Southern Border Provinces
Wae-harong Rohing and Ya Jae-doloh, Yala..
Sagariya Ka-je and Ya [family name unknown], near Yala..
Baruham Ma-ela and Abdulmaman Abdullakim, Narathiwat
Budiman Woe-ni and Ibrohim Gayo, Yala..
Sata Labo, Narathiwat
Malati Mae-sae, Narathiwat ("disappearance" and killing)
Ibrohim Sae, Narathiwat
Musta-sidin Ma-ming and Wae-eso Maseng, Narathiwat
Muhammad-saimi Guna, Yala..
Wae-sainung Wae-na-wae, Gu-amad Amiden, Abdulloh Salam, and Muhammad Seren, Pattani
Ahama Wae-doloh, Yala..
Wae-halem Kuwae-kama, Narathiwat
Pokri Bae-apiban, Yala..
IV. International Legal Standards and Norms Relating to "Disappearances"
V. Thai Government's Failed Response to the Problem of "Disappearances"
The Somchai Neelapaijit case..
International criticism of "disappearances," and prospects for redress under the new government