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, Jawi: ملايو تاي, Pattani Malay: Oré Nayu, Jawi or Bangso Yawi) is a term used to refer to ethnic Malays in Thailand.Thailand hosts the third largest ethnic Malay population after Malaysia and Indonesia, and most Malays are concentrated in the Southern provinces of Narathiwat, Pattani, Yala, Songkhla, and Satun.Unlike other parts of the Malay world, like Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia, where the usage of Jawi is declining rapidly from the increasing usage of the Latin alphabet, Jawi is still widely use and understood among Malays in Thailand.A vast majority of Thai Malays are Muslims of Shafi'i sect, with Islam as the defining element of the Thai Malay identity.After successful but very difficult treatment for tonsil cancer, Mary Lou Rossano-Collier was ready to get on with her life.But the treatments that saved her life also took an emotional toll.This article is within the scope of Wiki Project Malaysia, which aims to improve Wikipedia's coverage of Malaysia and Malaysia-related topics.If you would like to participate, please visit the project page. requesting the article internal security act to be put under see also category.. Sandakanboy , 30 July 2007 (UTC) This article clearly needs much improvement, such as sections on historical importance, further explanation on the controversy and counter-arguments against the notion, bibliography etc.

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This article is written in British English, which has its own spelling conventions (colour, travelled, centre, realise, defence), and some terms used in it are different or absent from other varieties of English.

According to the relevant style guide, this should not be changed without broad consensus.

Majority of Malays in Thailand speak a distinct variety of Malay known as Pattani Malay (Yawi: Baso Yawi/Pattani).

However, not all Thai Malays speak Pattani Malay, those that live in Satun and neighbouring provinces use another distinct variety of Malay known as Satun Malay, while the Malays up north in Bangkok have developed their distinct variant of Malay that incorporated elements of localism with visible Pattani-Kedahan Malay dialect influences known as Bangkok Malay (Bangkok Malay: Bangkok Melayu/Nayu).

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