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PostPosted: Thu Mar 15, 2018 10:59 am 
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5 Abu Sayyaf bandits killed in Sulu clash
RJ Rosalado, ABS-CBN News
Posted at Mar 15 2018 09:21 AM



ZAMBOANGA CITY – At least five Abu Sayyaf bandits were killed during a clash with government troops in the village of Panglahayan in Patikul, Sulu on Wednesday.

A report from Western Mindanao Command said the 5th Scout Ranger Battalion, led by Lieutenant Colonel Marlon Jomalesa, conducted a military operation against the Abu Sayyaf bandits led by Radulan Sahiron and sub-leaders Julie Ekit, Amlon Abtahi and a certain Amah Asam.

Government forces were able to get close to the bandits’ hideout when firefight erupted that resulted to the death of at least 5 members of the Abu Sayyaf Group, according to intel sources.

Six Army soldiers were also wounded in the firefight. Four were brought to the Kuta Teodulfo Bautista Station Hospital in Jolo while the remaining 2 were airlifted to Zamboanga City for further medical attention.

Lt. Gen. Carlito Galvez Jr. said artillery and mortar fire from the reinforcing military units targeted the possible exit routes of the bandits. Additional troops from the 32nd Infantry Battalion were deployed to augment soldiers pursuing the bandits.

At least two high-powered firearms were recovered from the hideout.



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NPA leader killed, 4 others nabbed in Laguna
Ed Amoroso (The Philippine Star) - May 4, 2018 - 12:00am


LAGUNA, Philippines — A New People’s Army (NPA) leader was killed in an encounter with police officers in Pangil, Laguna on Wednesday.

Ismael Criste, 60, alias Maeng, leader of the Rebolusyonariong Buwis Para sa Kaaway na Uri, an alleged liquidation squad of the NPA, died at the scene.

Luis Alano Jr., 44; Shirley Martinez, 47; Felicidad Villages, 60, and Cristy Lacuarta, 30, were arrested.

The rebels fired at police officers manning a checkpoint in Barangay Dambo, according to Chief Superintendent Guillermo Eleazar, Calabarzon (Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal, Quezon) police director.

Eleazar said two caliber .45 pistols, a Garand, two hand grenades, a 9mm sub-machine gun, a caliber .38 revolver and various types of ammunition were recovered from the suspects.

He said the rebels, who were reportedly targeting police officers in Alaminos and Sta. Cruz towns, were under surveillance for two days. – Emmanuel Tupas


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Zamboanga City security tightened for arrival of 96 MNLF members
By: Julie Alipala - @inquirerdotnet Inquirer Mindanao / 08:41 AM May 28, 2018


ZAMBOANGA CITY – Security had been tightened here on Monday as the 96 Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) captured in the aftermath of the 2013 siege were expected to arrive from Manila after having been freed from detention in Taguig City.

Sr. Supt. Allan Nazarro, the city police director, said authorities would be escorting the freed MNLF men to their places of origin after arriving here anytime this Monday.

“Those involved in the plan are the Western Mindanao Command, Task Force Zamboanga, the Police Regional Office 9 and the Zamboanga City Police Office,” Nazarro said.

The release and return of the 96 freed detainees will be handled and facilitated by the Department of Social Welfare and Development. /kga


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16 killed, 8 wounded in BIFF lair assault
BY DEMPSEY REYES ON JUNE 12, 2018


CAMP SIONGCO, Awang, Datu Odin Sinsuat, Maguindanao: The air strikes launched by the military’s Joint Task Force Central (JTFC) killed 15 members of the Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters (BIFF) and an Army soldier, and wounded eight other bandits at the Liguasan Marsh area in Maguindanao.

Capt. Arvin Encinas, spokesman of the 6th Infantry Division (6th ID) told The Manila Times that the bandits traded fire with troops from the 33rd Infantry Battalion (33IB) but were outmaneuvered in about an hour of firefight on Sunday.

The assault resulted in the surrender of terrorist bomb expert Ustadz Anwar Ali alias Omar, 22, and his wife Asnaya Ali, 20.

The soldiers confiscated a .50-caliber sniper rifle and 5.56mm-caliber M4 Carbine from the suspects.


Encinas added that with the killing of 15 Islamic State-inspired BIFF terrorists and the arrest of bomb expert
Anwar Ali, the JTFC successfully dismantled the identified improvised explosive device (IED) factory located in the southern Liguasan Marsh area.

Brig. Gen. Cirilito Sobejana, 6th ID commander, said targets of the air strikes are BIFF bomb makers, noting that they have spread out in Central Mindanao.

“It was the same group [we are targeting]since we have objectives such as clearing the area so when the approach against [the terrorists]was opened, one of our soldiers was hit and died,” he said.

“We are determined to neutralize more BIFF members in the vicinity of Liguasan Marsh to bring peace to Central Mindanao,” Sobejana added.

Troops hoisted the Philippine flag near the BIF hideout in the Liguasan Marsh after the assault.

Meanwhile, Lt. Col. Harold Cabunoc, 33rd IB commander, confirmed the presence of foreign terrorists who were trapped along with several bandits in the area during the operation.

“There are at least one to three foreign nationals. An Indonesian was reportedly wounded but we are still validating it,” Cabunoc said in a text message.

with JULMUNIR I. JANNARAL


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Palace says no mercy for Jolo cathedral bombers
Alexis Romero (philstar.com) - January 27, 2019 - 3:39pm


MANILA, Philippines — There would be no mercy for the perpetrators of the bombings in Jolo, Malacañang said Sunday, as it vowed to "pursue to the ends of the earth" and crush what it called the "godless criminals" behind the incident.

Presidential spokesman Salvador Panelo said the Duterte administration condemns "in the strongest possible term" the bombing, which he called "an act of terrorism."

"We will pursue to the ends of the earth the ruthless perpetrators behind this dastardly crime until every killer is brought to justice and put behind bars. The law will give them no mercy," Panelo said in a statement.

"By their act of terrorism and murder of soldiers and civilians, the enemies of the state have boldly challenged the capability of the government to secure the safety of the citizenry in that region. The armed forces of the Philippines will rise to the challenge and crush these godless criminals," he added.

Panelo said authorities are looking into the bombing, which happened days after Sulu province rejected the Bangsamoro Organic Law. The BOL will create a new Bangsamoro autonomous region that will have greater control of natural resources in parts of Mindanao and will enjoy a bigger share in national government resources.

"Authorities are now investigating these brazen attacks, which includes identifying the group behind the blast. We condole with the families of the victims that perished in this tragedy even as we attend to the injured and give succor to their families," the presidential spokesman said.



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Lorenzana: We've been getting bomb threats in Jolo as early as August
Published January 29, 2019 3:40pm




Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana on Tuesday said there have been threats of bombing attacks in Jolo, Sulu as early as August last year.

“There were reports that Catholic churches in Jolo, Basilan, and Zamboanga would be bombed as early as August 2018, with Jolo as most probable,” Lorenzana said.

“Since then, the Jolo Cathedral was guarded by soldiers 24 hours a day,” he added.

On Sunday morning, twin explosions occurred at the Our Lady of Mount Carmel Cathedral while a Holy Mass was ongoing. It claimed at least 20 lives and injured over 90 others.

The Defense secretary admitted that there might have been lapses in the enforcement of security at the guarded worship place.

“We will never know how the bombers got in or near the church as the soldiers guarding the main door all died,” he said. “While we were briefed that all people going inside were searched, it is possible that there may be lapse in the procedure.”

In a separate interview on radio dzRH, Lorenzana said that the gruesome attack may be a diversionary tactic.

“Ang nakikita namin dyan ay medyo hirap sila dun sa... dahil nga nakukubkob sila, ‘yung mga kasamahan nila dun sa bundok, kabundukan ng Jolo, kaya sila nagkakaroon sila ng diversionary attack dyan sa syudad,” he said.

He went on to say that the Abu Sayyaf Group, suspected of having a hand in the attack, has a significant mass base or support from some locals in Jolo.

Lorenzana said that President Rodrigo Duterte plans to raise a bounty for those who can give information on the perpetrators of the bloody attack.

“Merong balak magbigay ng pabuya ang Presidente, sabi nya kahapon [Monday] magbibigay siya ng cash reward sa mga taong makakapagbigay ng impormasyon, kung papano mahuli o ma-neutralize itong mga taong ito,” he said, noting that the amount of which is yet to be determined. — Dona Magsino/MDM, GMA News


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Duterte to troops: Destroy Abu Sayyaf
Published January 29, 2019 1:46pm
Updated January 29, 2019 3:28pm
By VIRGIL LOPEZ, GMA News



President Rodrigo Duterte has ordered the military to “destroy” the Abu Sayyaf group following the deadly blasts at a Roman Catholic cathedral in Jolo, Sulu on Sunday which left 21 people dead.

Duterte visited Jolo on Monday to inspect the bombed Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Cathedral. He also met with the relatives of the victims and provided them financial assistance and vowed to give justice to their loved ones.

The President then spoke to an audience that included soldiers as he directed them to crush the Abu Sayyaf by “whatever means.”

“I ordered you to destroy the organization. I’m ordering you now: Pulpugin ninyo ang Abu Sayyaf by whatever means,” the President said in his speech, a transcript of which was released by Malacañang on Tuesday.

“Meron man tayong helicopter, may eroplano, may mga barko. Eh iyong mga bala natin diyan sa mga kanyon ninyo...paputukin na ninyo. I-bomba muna ninyo lahat, magbili na tayo ng bagong stock.”

Duterte also issued a warning against the Islamic State.

"Iyong ISIS, kayo rin ang humingi. Uupakan ko talaga kayo. Gagamitin ko lahat," he said.

The President made it clear that civilians must be spared from the military offensive against the Abu Sayyaf group notorious for kidnapping and bombing operations.

“Ang gawin ninyo sabihin ninyo pagka-bobombahin mo ‘yang lahat, paalisin mo iyong mga tao. Paalisin mo ‘yung mga tao, ilagay mo dito kung saan ako ang maggastos ng pagkain, lahat. Tapos plantsahin ninyo ng bala...,” he said.

“Kunin ko ‘yung lahat ng inosenteng tao. Halikayo dito, ako ang magpakain muna. Magsakripisyo ako. Hanap ako pera. Tapos pulpugin mo ‘yang teritoryo nila.”

Authorities said that an Abu Sayyaf subgroup, the Ajang-Ajang group, was likely behind the Jolo attacks, which killed 21 people and injured some 100 others, even as terror group Islamic State has already claimed responsibility.

A lockdown has been imposed following the attacks to ensure security and chase the perpetrators of the bombings, the first inside the cathedral and was followed by a second blast outside, which was detonated as security forces raced to the scene.

Security had also been tightened across the Sulu province.

“Our duty is to protect the Filipino people; and second is that we have to preserve the nation,” Duterte said.

“‘Pag nawala iyang Jolo, maski isang island diyan, well we have failed in our mission to preserve the territory of the Republic of the Philippines.” — RSJ, GMA News



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Brad tiyanak ano naman kaya ang reklamo ng Delawan sa sinabi ni PDutz :lol:

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Duterte to troops: Destroy Abu Sayyaf
Published January 29, 2019 1:46pm
Updated January 29, 2019 3:28pm
By VIRGIL LOPEZ, GMA News



President Rodrigo Duterte has ordered the military to “destroy” the Abu Sayyaf group following the deadly blasts at a Roman Catholic cathedral in Jolo, Sulu on Sunday which left 21 people dead.

Duterte visited Jolo on Monday to inspect the bombed Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Cathedral. He also met with the relatives of the victims and provided them financial assistance and vowed to give justice to their loved ones.

The President then spoke to an audience that included soldiers as he directed them to crush the Abu Sayyaf by “whatever means.”

“I ordered you to destroy the organization. I’m ordering you now: Pulpugin ninyo ang Abu Sayyaf by whatever means,” the President said in his speech, a transcript of which was released by Malacañang on Tuesday.

“Meron man tayong helicopter, may eroplano, may mga barko. Eh iyong mga bala natin diyan sa mga kanyon ninyo...paputukin na ninyo. I-bomba muna ninyo lahat, magbili na tayo ng bagong stock.”

Duterte also issued a warning against the Islamic State.

"Iyong ISIS, kayo rin ang humingi. Uupakan ko talaga kayo. Gagamitin ko lahat," he said.

The President made it clear that civilians must be spared from the military offensive against the Abu Sayyaf group notorious for kidnapping and bombing operations.

“Ang gawin ninyo sabihin ninyo pagka-bobombahin mo ‘yang lahat, paalisin mo iyong mga tao. Paalisin mo ‘yung mga tao, ilagay mo dito kung saan ako ang maggastos ng pagkain, lahat. Tapos plantsahin ninyo ng bala...,” he said.

“Kunin ko ‘yung lahat ng inosenteng tao. Halikayo dito, ako ang magpakain muna. Magsakripisyo ako. Hanap ako pera. Tapos pulpugin mo ‘yang teritoryo nila.”

Authorities said that an Abu Sayyaf subgroup, the Ajang-Ajang group, was likely behind the Jolo attacks, which killed 21 people and injured some 100 others, even as terror group Islamic State has already claimed responsibility.

A lockdown has been imposed following the attacks to ensure security and chase the perpetrators of the bombings, the first inside the cathedral and was followed by a second blast outside, which was detonated as security forces raced to the scene.

Security had also been tightened across the Sulu province.

“Our duty is to protect the Filipino people; and second is that we have to preserve the nation,” Duterte said.

“‘Pag nawala iyang Jolo, maski isang island diyan, well we have failed in our mission to preserve the territory of the Republic of the Philippines.” — RSJ, GMA News



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“‘Pag nawala iyang Jolo, maski isang island diyan, well we have failed in our mission to preserve the territory of the Republic of the Philippines.”

What? tapos walang ginawa sa South China Sea????

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brad equal... ninakaw na naman ni mang Jabz ang statement nila...




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