Journalist Aaron Goodman takes a look at the conflict in Southern Thailand in this video report from PBS. Goodman explains why the insurgency is taking place, and what is being done to stop the violence. He meets with Soraya Jamjuree, a lecturer at Prince Songkhla University in the southern province of Pattani, who offers support to the women and children in remote villages who have been caught up in the violence. Goodman was in Pattani on the day of the Chinese New Year attacks, in which 30 bombs exploded in the area, killing six people and wounding more than 60. Goodman said that many analysts believe the insurgency remains an internal conflict, although some claim that Muslim teachers trained in Pakistan and the Middle East have imported a radical form of Islam into Thailand.