This collection of essays by a prominent Muslim Thai academic in Buddhist society looks at how Muslims have to tread carefully, as if on eggshells, to manage their daily lives in Thailand. There are two main parts of the book, looking at how Muslims live in Bangkok, where they are a distinct minority and in Patani state where they are a majority. In doing so he demonstrates that Thai Muslims are not as homogeneous an entity as many Thais believe. 200 pages with a glossary, notes, a bibliography and an index.
Weight: 0.5kg. Post free within Malaysia
Published by Marshall Cavendish Academic, Singapore, 2005. First edition ISBN: 9789812103550
Condition: New. Paperback