Thai Customs Decree

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The Thai Customs Decree was a decree that was implemented during World War II under the Phibun regime. It prohibited the "wearing of sarongs, the use of Malay (Muslim) names and the Malay language".[1]:444 The decree was repealed in 1961.[1]:447

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  1. ^ a b Syed Serajul Islam (1998). "The Islamic independence movements in Patani of Thailand and Mindanao of the Philippines". Asian Survey 38 (5): 441–456. doi:10.1525/as.1998.38.5.01p03552. JSTOR 2645502.