World Bulletin / News Desk
Muslims in Thailand collectively break a fast in mosques. After the iftars, they does teravih prayers. Collective iftar is a tradition.
Muslims pray for Arakan and Syrians.
Generally, Muslims prefer to goes to mosque instead of houses for breaking a fast.
Approximately, 8 million Muslims live in Thailand. Yala, Pattani and Narathiwat provinces were part of a Malay Muslim sultanate until occupied by Buddhist Thailand a century ago, and pro-independence moves have arised ever since.