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Hundreds flee as military hounds BIFF
Philippine Daily Inquirer / 06:10 AM November 18, 2017



TACURONG CITY—More than 1,200 people have been displaced by military offensives against the Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters (BIFF), which the military described as another Islamic State-inspired group, in Shariff Aguak town in Maguindanao province.

Those displaced, who belong to at least 250 families mostly from the town’s Barangay Bagong, sought refuge in two villages, according to Farouk Romancap, municipal social welfare officer.

“They were afraid to return home because they were still hearing explosions and gunfire,” Romancap told the Inquirer.


He said more soldiers were seen heading to Barangay Timbangan on Thursday afternoon, apparently to reinforce government forces in the area.

On Tuesday, two helicopter gunships pounded the villages of Timbangan in Shariff Aguak and Meta in Datu Unsay town in Maguindanao to flush out BIFF gunmen, led by Imam Bungos. —EDWIN O. FERNANDEZ


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Foreign fighters seen in North Cotabato


Philippine Daily Inquirer / 07:02 AM November 19, 2017


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HOT SPOT Government soldiers go on patrol in Pikit town in North Cotabato in this file photo taken on Feb. 24, 2015. —JEOFFREY MAITEM




Military says several Caucasian-looking gunmen along with BIFF fighters being pursued by government troops

Several Caucasian-looking gunmen, among at least 10 foreigners and their pro-Islamic State (IS) allies from the Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters (BIFF) were being pursued by government troops on the borders of two North Cotabato towns, the military said on Saturday.

Col. Gerry Besana, chief of civil-military operations of the Army’s 6th Infantry Division based in Maguindanao province, said this was not the first time that foreigners were sighted in the company of BIFF militants in the province.


It was in Maguindanao where Indonesian bomb expert Zulkifli bin Hir, alias Marwan, was killed in a bloody police raid that also left 44 Special Action Force commandos dead in January 2015.

Besana said they were trying to determine the nationalities of the foreigners. The black-clad gunmen were seen fleeing with BIFF fighters led by Commander Abu Torayfe following several skirmishes with soldiers on the borders of Aleosan and Carmen towns.

“They escaped from the SMPS box in Maguindanao due to massive military operations there,” Besana said.

“SMPS” refers to the adjoining towns of Shariff Aguak, Mamasapano, Pagatin (Datu Saudi Ampatuan) and Datu Salibo, the marshland bailiwick of BIFF.

Reports reaching the Armed Forces general headquarters in Camp Aguinaldo said the presence of the foreigners were tipped to the military by commanders of the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF), which is negotiating a final peace agreement with the government.

Government troops fought alongside MILF fighters last month in Maguindanao when Torayfe’s gunmen attacked an MILF territory.

Air Force MG-520 armed scout helicopters have been strafing and bombarding Torayfe’s group with rockets in the village of Tonganon, the military said.

Besana said village officials and civilians alerted the military to the presence of heavily armed men in their areas.

Separate airstrikes were also carried out on the borders of Datu Unsay and Shariff Aguak against another BIFF faction led by Esmael Abubakar, alias Commander Bungos, he said.

Civilian witnesses said at least seven BIFF fighters were killed during the operations in Shariff Aguak. Soldiers were unable to recover a single body, though.

Preemptive operations

About 5,000 people have been displaced by the fighting in North Cotabato and Maguindanao, according to government disaster relief officials, who are attending to the immediate needs of the affected families.

Besana said the twin operations were being carried out with the help of the MILF which was helping them collect intelligence information on the enemy.

He said the preemptive and surgical operations were meant to prevent IS terrorists from massing and then launching a Marawi City-like siege in any part of Mindanao.

On May 23, IS-inspired militants attacked Marawi City, forcing some 260,000 residents to flee the country’s only Islamic city.

The five-month battle that followed left most of Marawi, Lanao del Sur’s center of economy, culture and heritage, in ruins. The military counteroffensive killed 920 terrorists, including its leaders, Omarkhayam and Abdullah Maute and Abu Sayyaf chief Isnilon Hapilon, IS “emir” in Southeast Asia.

The military said scores of foreign fighters from such countries as Indonesia, Malaysia, Yemen and Chechnya were also killed in the battle. —Edwin Fernandez



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Maguindanao grenade attack destroys school, scares residents
Published November 19, 2017 9:11am


Fear gripped residents of a town in Maguindanao province when a group of armed men fired at school building using a grenade launcher on Saturday night.

GMA News' stringer Garry Fuerzas reported on Sunday that authorities suspect that the attackers were members of the rogue Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters (BIFF).

An initial investigation showed that the attackers fired an M79 grenade launcher at the Gani L Abpi College Inc. in Barangay Buayan in Datu Piang town at about 8 p.m.

Maguindanao Police Provincial Director Senior Superintendent Agustin Tello said that no one was reported hurt by the attack, but it scared the residents.

The grenade blast damaged parts of the school's glass windows and a car parked nearby.

Police and military troops are now investigating the incident. —LBG, GMA News


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Duterte says NPA a terrorist group composed of bunch of criminals
Published November 19, 2017 8:40am



President Rodrigo Duterte on Saturday chastised the New People's Army anew and threatened to consider it a mere terrorist group composed of bunch of criminals.

"Sawa na ako sa pininira nila ng property, pagsunog ng equipment ... and their killings of innocent people ... may four-month old pa...," the president said at a press conference in Davao City.

Also, he said that he is not inclined to continue the peace talks with the National Democratic Front of the Philippines, the political front of the Communist Party of the Philippines.

Moreover, he said that the military will go on offensives against the CPP's NPA guerrillas as mere criminals, stressing that he doesn't consider them anymore a movement in rebellion, fighting for a cause.

But he said the NPA only pretends to fight for the people but they are killing the poor, and that they are only fighting for themselves.

He also lashed out at left-leaning legal organizations who are in cahoots with the communists saying that he might order a crackdown on these groups.

In protest actions during the 31st ASEAN Summit in Manila, militant groups headed by Bayan called Duterte a "fascist." —LBG, GMA News


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Soldier wounded in BIFF attacks
BY AL JACINTO, TMT ON NOVEMBER 18, 2017


COTABATO CITY: A government soldier was wounded as Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters (BIFF) bandits attacked an Army base and a school on Friday in Maguindanao.

The identity of the wounded soldier was withheld by the military, but said he is a member of the 57th Infantry Battalion which has been involved in fighting the BIFF in the province. One of its detachments in Barangay Timbangan in Shariff Aguak town came under attack with militants raining rockets and rifle grenades on the Army post.

Soldiers fought back bur no reports of enemy casualties.

The assault came minutes ahead of another attack at the Gani Abpi College in Datu Unsay town. It was unclear why it was targeted by the BIFF, but soldiers were patrolling the town regularly.

Both Maguindanao Gov. Toto Mangudadatu and Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao Gov. Mujiv Hataman did not release a statement on the violence in the province where security forces are battling BIFF militants since early this week.

Most of the BIFF members were former fighters of the larger Moro Islamic Liberation Front who broke away and are opposed to peace talks with the government.



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Maute recruiting students in Northern Mindanao?
BY CRIS DIAZ ON NOVEMBER 19, 2017


CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY: The military and the police in Northern Mindanao are closely monitoring reports of the alleged recruitment of the Maute and other Islamic State-linked groups in the region.

Supt. Lemuel Gonda, spokesman for the regional police command, said the reports were taken seriously during the Regional Peace and Order Council last week.

Recruitment is reportedly undergoing in Cagayan de Oro City, Iligan City and the Central Mindanao region.

The immediate targets of recruitment are relatives of those affected by the Marawi conflict, the “Balik-Islam” group or converts and residents in Lanao del Sur and neighboring provinces, the council reported.

He said the terror group was reportedly recruiting students in various universities and colleges in Northern Mindanao, including high school students, by offering them each P20,000 per month.

Aside from paying P 20,000 upfront to the new recruits, the group reportedly promised a monthly stipend once they started formal training, Gonda added.

In Central Mindanao, the council received information that new recruits are each offered P 50,000.

Gonda said the military and the police were closely coordinating with the local officials and the Department of Education to thwart the alleged recruitment activities.

Chief Insp. Mardy Hortilloza said the military and the police were coordinating with local Muslim and religious leaders in Northern Mindanao to verify the alleged recruitment of women.

“The local law enforcers are closely monitoring various ‘soft areas’ in the city like the Mosques, schools, and the local Moslem community,” Hortilloza said.

The Maute group, led by Isnilon Hapilon, the designated IS “emir” in Southeast Asia, attempted to establish a caliphate in the Muslim dominated city of Marawi in May, which resulted in a five-month gun battle with the government forces.

Hapilon was killed with Maute leader Omarkayam Maute in October.

The five-month armed conflict resulted in the deaths of about 1,000 people and the displacement of 400,000 Marawi residents.




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magiging terorista na naman ngayon ka pres. digong ang mga bayani niyang npa. :biglaugh:


tapos sa susunod na araw ay babawiin na naman ang binunganga. :biglaugh:

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Maute recruiting students in Northern Mindanao?
BY CRIS DIAZ ON NOVEMBER 19, 2017


CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY: The military and the police in Northern Mindanao are closely monitoring reports of the alleged recruitment of the Maute and other Islamic State-linked groups in the region.

Supt. Lemuel Gonda, spokesman for the regional police command, said the reports were taken seriously during the Regional Peace and Order Council last week.

Recruitment is reportedly undergoing in Cagayan de Oro City, Iligan City and the Central Mindanao region.

The immediate targets of recruitment are relatives of those affected by the Marawi conflict, the “Balik-Islam” group or converts and residents in Lanao del Sur and neighboring provinces, the council reported.

He said the terror group was reportedly recruiting students in various universities and colleges in Northern Mindanao, including high school students, by offering them each P20,000 per month.

Aside from paying P 20,000 upfront to the new recruits, the group reportedly promised a monthly stipend once they started formal training, Gonda added.

In Central Mindanao, the council received information that new recruits are each offered P 50,000.

Gonda said the military and the police were closely coordinating with the local officials and the Department of Education to thwart the alleged recruitment activities.

Chief Insp. Mardy Hortilloza said the military and the police were coordinating with local Muslim and religious leaders in Northern Mindanao to verify the alleged recruitment of women.

“The local law enforcers are closely monitoring various ‘soft areas’ in the city like the Mosques, schools, and the local Moslem community,” Hortilloza said.

The Maute group, led by Isnilon Hapilon, the designated IS “emir” in Southeast Asia, attempted to establish a caliphate in the Muslim dominated city of Marawi in May, which resulted in a five-month gun battle with the government forces.

Hapilon was killed with Maute leader Omarkayam Maute in October.

The five-month armed conflict resulted in the deaths of about 1,000 people and the displacement of 400,000 Marawi residents.




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kung naging way of life kasi ng mga yan ang armed conflicts and other activities, baka madali talagang mahikayat :?

nabalitaan ko dati, sa areas where the Abus live, pagkatapos makakulekta ng ransom from foreign hostages, bumabaha ng dollars lahat ng tao...pano mo nga naman sila masisisi na suportahan ang mga terror groups na yan kung anlaking pakinabang sa kanila,.... we're talking direct, immediate benefits, dollars pa....kung $6M ang ransom na nakulekta, aba ~P300M yan, apaw apaw sa lahat ng miyembro ng isang village yan.....mabatuhan lang ng kalahating milyon ang isang pamilya anlaking halaga na non :shock:

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uu nga daw brad, dyan sa Taguig na kampo, isang building yata yun mga nakakulong yun mga tauhan ng Ampatuan na nagmassacre sa Mangudadatus at journalists :shock:

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NPA attacks on agribusiness, construction, and mining in Mindanao and Visayas to increase after peace talks cancelled

Alex Barnes - IHS Jane's Country Risk Daily Report
29 November 2017


Security forces across the Philippines have been placed on high alert following a spike in New People’s Army (NPA) guerrilla attacks over the past week.

The Negros Occidental Police went on high alert status on 28 November following small-arms and improvised-explosive-device (IED) attacks across the Visayas in central Philippines, and in Mindanao, the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP)’s Eastern Mindanao Command placed its forces on high alert on 24 November. On the same day, one policeman was killed and 10 were wounded after NPA guerrillas fired at them in Maasin, Iloilo. On 22 November, three policemen were injured by an IED, allegedly planted by the NPA in Sibalom, Antique, in the Visayas.


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Gov’t troops kill 15 NPA rebels in Batangas clash
By: Delfin T. Mallari Jr., Maricar Cinco, Marrah Erika Rabe - @inquirerdotnetInquirer Southern Luzon / 01:07 AM November 30, 2017


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Guns and bags with personal belongings that were retrieved from the scene of battle between communist rebels and government troops in Nasugbu, Batangas, are inspected by Chief Supt. Ma O Aplasca, Calabarzon police chief, and Senior Supt. Alden Delvo, provincial police chief. Fifteen suspected rebels, including UP Manila student Josephine Anne Lapira, were killed during the clash. (Photo MARRAH ERIKA RABE / Inquirer Southern Luzon)

Published: 1:51 a.m., Nov. 29, 2017 | Updated: 1:07 a.m., Nov. 30, 2017



NASUGBU, Batangas — Fifteen suspected members of the communist New People’s Army (NPA), including a female student of the University of the Philippines Manila and four other women, were killed in a battle with government troops in Batangas province on Tuesday night.

The firefight came days after President Rodrigo Duterte called off peace talks with communist rebels.


Government officials said the slain rebels comprised the western Batangas command of the NPA, armed wing of the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP).

Maj. Gen. Rhoderick Parayno, commander of the Army’s 2nd Infantry Division, identified one of the fatalities as Josephine Anne Lapira, 22, from Marikina City, who died while being treated at Jabez Hospital in Nasugbu.

“We received information that she was from UP. I’m just not sure which (campus),” said Senior Supt. Alden Delvo, provincial police director.

A relative of Lapira confirmed to the Inquirer that she was from UP Manila.

On Wednesday afternoon, families of those killed sat on the wall of a roadside ditch in front of St. Peter’s Funeral Home here waiting for authorities to complete the autopsies.


Not seen for long time

Among them was Leony Aytona who was there for her son, Glen, 22.

“I didn’t know he was with them [NPA]. We’ve not seen each other for a long time since my husband and I got separated and I went home to Bacolod,” Aytona said.

The other fatalities were from Calaca and Lemery, both in Batangas, and Cavite province, according to other sources.


The clash at around 8:30 p.m. on Tuesday capped a series of skirmishes since last week between the rebels and the Philippine Air Force (PAF), which conducts counterinsurgency operations in Batangas province.


Tipped off

Maj. Engelberto Nioda Jr., commander of the PAF 730th Combat Group, said authorities were tipped off to the presence of vehicles “full of armed rebels” in Nasugbu, 65 kilometers south of Manila.

Delvo said joint police and military checkpoints were set up on the routes to Calatagan and Balayan towns after they received information about the vehicles.

“We were expecting them to pass by that road, as that would be the usual exit route, but they instead took a turn and headed toward the direction of Tagaytay [Cavite]. There were also checkpoints there,” Delvo said.

In a press conference in Batangas City, police said they seized seven rifles, a pistol, two laptop computers and an M79 grenade launcher along with backpacks that contained toiletries and some food.


Jeepney, van

Delvo said the intelligence information they received was that a three-vehicle convoy carried the rebels.

But the authorities encountered two – an unmarked jeepney and a van – in the adjacent villages of Aga and Kaylaway, along the dimly lit part of the Tagaytay-Nasugbu highway.

“The jeep did not stop [for inspection] and [the passengers] opened fire at our troops,” Delvo said.

The firefight prompted a 2-kilometer chase toward Barangay Kaylaway near a golf course here, according to Nioda.

“It seemed like a convoy. First a Montero [carrying PAF troops], then the enemy’s van, then three more [government] vehicles, the jeep, then us,” Major Nioda said in a phone interview.

Five people from the jeep and nine from the van were killed.

A female store owner in Barangay Aga said she hid in her kitchen when the shooting started.

“We heard men shouting. After that, people moaning. We only went out when the shooting stopped,” she said.


Troops wounded

The resident said she saw a body a few meters away from the jeep, suggesting an attempt to escape.

Nioda himself was also wounded and is recuperating at Fernando Air Base in Lipa City, Batangas. Also wounded on the government side were 2nd Lt. Eliseo Insierto of the Air Force and two Philippine Army soldiers.

Among those killed was the supposed team leader identified only as “Maro” who was found on the van’s front seat, Delvo said.

Another suspected rebel identified as Victoriano Almario, the alleged driver of the jeepney, was last reported being treated at Medical Center Western Batangas in Balayan town.

The authorities said the slain rebels were the ones involved in the series of clashes in the villages of Utod and Bunducan, also in Nasugbu, after soldiers overran an NPA camp.

Nasugbu Mayor Antonio Barcelon said the town, particularly the villages of Bulihan and Mataas na Pulo, had long been “influenced” by communist insurgents.

Exiled CPP founder Jose Maria “Joma” Sison, called for an independent investigation of the clash. Sison said he doubted the military report that an encounter really took place.

The regional military chief, Brig. Gen. Ernesto Ravina, said the operation was “anchored on the pronouncement of the President on the termination of peace talks.”

On Nov. 24, Mr. Duterte told soldiers to expect “virulent” clashes with the NPA after he scuttled peace talks with communist rebels. He accused the 3,800-member NPA of carrying out attacks despite his peace efforts.

Talks to end the conflict, which the military says has claimed 30,000 lives, have been conducted on and off for three decades. —With a report from AFP /atm /pdi



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Duterte to soldiers: Kill armed NPA rebels and I’ll answer for you
By: Jhoanna Ballaran - Reporter / @JhoannaBINQINQUIRER.net / 09:15 PM November 29, 2017

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President Rodrigo Duterte said on Wednesday soldiers should shoot and kill armed members of the New People’s Army (NPA).

“So what will be my order to them? Di shoot them. They will kill you anyway. If there is an armed NPA there or terrorist that’s holding firearms, shoot and tell…ako na lang magsagot (I’ll answer for you). You just shut up,” Duterte said in a speech at the ceremonial send-off of Vietnamese fishermen at the Sual Wharf and Causeway in Pangasinan.

“Do not answer that issue of human rights. You go to Duterte, it is, it was his order para tumahimik (so they’ll shut up). Nako. You are destroying my country,” he added.


Duterte’s frustration over the Maoist insurgents dominated his 30-minute speech, lashing out at the Communist Party of the Philippines (CPP) for their “insincerity” in the peace talks.

The President said he was preparing an executive order declaring the CPP, its armed wing, the NPA, and its political wing, the National Democratic Front (NDF) as terrorist group.

Last week, Duterte issued Proclamation No. 360, terminating the peace negotiations with the NDF.



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Special Operations Command (SOCOM) - Philippine Army presents
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Written, Edited, and Directed by 1Lt. Bala Tamayo
Narrated by Atty. Jai Tamayo
Music by Chaitanya Tamayo, Capt. Antonio Tamayo (MC), Pepe Manikan
Executive Producer: Maj. Sonny Dungca, OG7 SOCOM



A short documentary on the deadliest war the Philippines faced in the history of modern warfare since World War II.




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