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PostPosted: Tue Feb 05, 2019 7:04 pm 
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8 killed, 18 wounded in Sulu encounter
Published February 4, 2019, 2:48 PM
By Nonoy Lacson




ZAMBOANGA CITY – The military in Sulu province has locked down a sitio in Patikul, Sulu were they believed some 150 members of the Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) fled after an encounter with the military Saturday that killed five members of the Philippine Army, including a junior officer, and three ASG bandits.

The military said they deployed enough government troops to cordon off the forested Sitio Sungkog located in the remote village of Kabbon Takas in Patikul, Sulu.

Minor skirmishes between the military and the ASG have been recorded since Saturday afternoon but no casualty was recorded from both sites.

The military said the encounter last Saturday at about 11:30 a.m. killed 1Lt Randy M Tanghal, S/SGT Jerry Loriano, Cpl Oliver Aquino, Cpl Regie Draug, and Pfc John Paul D Pascua, and wounded 17 soldiers.

The firefight which lasted for about an hour also killed three ASG gunmen including Abu Black Moro and seriously wounded ASG Sub-leader Idang Susukan.

ASG Sub-leader Hajan Sawadjaan who led the group during the encounter was able to escape unhurt, the military said.

The military in Patikul said they doubled their effort in hunting down the ASG whom they tagged as responsible in the recent twin explosions at the Mt. Carmel Catholic Church located in Barangay Walled City in Jolo, Sulu.

The bomb attack killed 22 people, most of them church goers and some soldiers and wounded over a hundred others.



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Construction of P500 M shelters in Marawi starts
Published February 5, 2019, 5:34 PM
By Roy Mabasa


The Japanese government, in partnership with the United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat) and the Philippine government, has officially kicked off the construction of P500 million worth of permanent shelters, community infrastructure, and livelihood support.


The endeavor is part of the Japanese government’s reconstruction and rehabilitation assistance to those affected by the May 2017 Marawi siege.

Called “Project for Community Development through Building Shelters and Livelihood Support for Rebuilding Marawi,” the project is based on the exchange of notes signed between the Japanese government and the UN-Habitat in March 2018, specifically aimed to provide core shelters and livelihood support to the people of Marawi.

The project includes the construction of some 1,500 permanent shelters and infrastructure in the war-ravaged city and the province of Lanao del Sur in general.

In his remarks during the groundbreaking ceremony held Monday, Japanese Embassy Economic Minister Makoto Iyori expressed confidence that the hard work and perseverance of the people, combined with the resilience of the Filipino spirit, “will pay off and provide the people of Marawi and Lanao del Sur opportunities for the dynamic future that they deserve.”

Other Japanese grant assistance projects include road development, provision of 27 heavy machineries, and additional assistance for vocational training.

Aside from Iyori, also present during the groundbreaking were Task Force Bangon Marawi Assistant Secretary Felix Castro, Social Housing and Financing Corporation (SHFC) President Arnolfo Cabling, Marawi City Mayor Majul Gandamra and UN-Habitat Philippines Country Manager Christopher Rollo.

Also on Monday, Japanese Ambassador to the Philippines Koji Haneda led the groundbreaking of the P1-billion Marawi Transcentral Roads project in support of the ongoing rehabilitation and reconstruction of the war-ravaged city.

The two-phase Marawi road projects are funded through a Japanese grant called “Programme for the Support for Rehabilitation and Reconstruction of Marawi City and Its Surrounding Areas” likewise signed in March 2018.

The five-month crisis in Marawi started on May 23, 2017 when members of the Armed Forces of the Philippines battled against the combined elements of militants affiliated with the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) such as the Maute and the Abu Sayyaf groups who encamped in the city.

On October 17, 2017, President Rodrigo Duterte declared the “liberation” of Marawi from the clutches of terrorist influence that left a vast area of the city almost totally flattened by the five-month-long fighting.



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Construction of P500 M shelters in Marawi starts
Published February 5, 2019, 5:34 PM
By Roy Mabasa


The Japanese government, in partnership with the United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat) and the Philippine government, has officially kicked off the construction of P500 million worth of permanent shelters, community infrastructure, and livelihood support.


The endeavor is part of the Japanese government’s reconstruction and rehabilitation assistance to those affected by the May 2017 Marawi siege.

Called “Project for Community Development through Building Shelters and Livelihood Support for Rebuilding Marawi,” the project is based on the exchange of notes signed between the Japanese government and the UN-Habitat in March 2018, specifically aimed to provide core shelters and livelihood support to the people of Marawi.

The project includes the construction of some 1,500 permanent shelters and infrastructure in the war-ravaged city and the province of Lanao del Sur in general.

In his remarks during the groundbreaking ceremony held Monday, Japanese Embassy Economic Minister Makoto Iyori expressed confidence that the hard work and perseverance of the people, combined with the resilience of the Filipino spirit, “will pay off and provide the people of Marawi and Lanao del Sur opportunities for the dynamic future that they deserve.”

Other Japanese grant assistance projects include road development, provision of 27 heavy machineries, and additional assistance for vocational training.

Aside from Iyori, also present during the groundbreaking were Task Force Bangon Marawi Assistant Secretary Felix Castro, Social Housing and Financing Corporation (SHFC) President Arnolfo Cabling, Marawi City Mayor Majul Gandamra and UN-Habitat Philippines Country Manager Christopher Rollo.

Also on Monday, Japanese Ambassador to the Philippines Koji Haneda led the groundbreaking of the P1-billion Marawi Transcentral Roads project in support of the ongoing rehabilitation and reconstruction of the war-ravaged city.

The two-phase Marawi road projects are funded through a Japanese grant called “Programme for the Support for Rehabilitation and Reconstruction of Marawi City and Its Surrounding Areas” likewise signed in March 2018.

The five-month crisis in Marawi started on May 23, 2017 when members of the Armed Forces of the Philippines battled against the combined elements of militants affiliated with the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) such as the Maute and the Abu Sayyaf groups who encamped in the city.

On October 17, 2017, President Rodrigo Duterte declared the “liberation” of Marawi from the clutches of terrorist influence that left a vast area of the city almost totally flattened by the five-month-long fighting.



https://news.mb.com.ph/2019/02/05/const ... wi-starts/


Anong petsa na...ngayon lang mag-uumpisa???
In the first place si Digong naman ang sumira sa mga bahay nila dyan sa Marawi...

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Abdul Ajim Abdulgani aka Suraka Ingug and Barak Ingug. He was killed in Sitio Kalimayahan, Latih barangay, Patikul last August 15, 2018. PNP tagged him as one of those who aided suicide bombers last Jan 27, 2019. Photo shared by Westmincom.

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Remember what I said about terrorists "resurrecting" after the Marawi siege? May history talaga ng resurrection ang mga terorista. Tanda niyo si Marwan na napatay sa Mamasapano in 2015? Napatay din siya sa ops sa Sulu in 2012, tas inamin ng militar na buhay pa siya nung 2014.


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Army-Sayyaf clash: 8 dead, 20 wounded
posted February 03, 2019 at 01:00 am by Francisco Tuyay


Eight people—five soldiers and three Abu Sayyaf bandits—were killed while more than 20 were wounded in an armed clash between government troops and an estimated 100 Abu Sayyaf in Patikul, Sulu on Saturday, the military said.

Troops hunting down terrorists who engineered the Jolo Cathedral bombing in Jolo clashed anew, this time with a large concentration of the bandit group, among them a suspect in the twin blasts that killed 22 and hurt at least 100 others in the capital town of Jolo last week.

The “intense firefight” between the 5th Scout Ranger Battalion and the Abu Sayyaf members under a certain Hajan Sawadjaan erupted in Barangay Kabbon Takas shortly before noon, military officials told reporters.

Sawadjaan is an Abu Sayyaf leader believed to be involved in the bombings at the Jolo Cathedral during a Mass on Jan. 27.

In his report, Col. Gerry Besana, spokesperson of the Western Mindanao Command, said the fighting started at about 11:30 a.m. and raged on to late afternoon.

The gun battle entered its fourth day after the awful bomb attack labeled as a suicide bombing apparently pulled off by Indonesian jihadist couple that claimed 22 people dead and wounded 123 others.

Besana said the fresh fighting erupted as troops from the 5th Scout Ranger Battalion under Lt. Col. Marlo Jomalesa encountered an estimated 100 heavily armed Abu Sayyaf militants under Hatib Sawadjaan at Sitio Sungkog, Barangay Kabbon Takas in Patikul.

Initially, the ASG reportedly inflicted and undetermined number of casualties with government forces suffering no deaths.

There was no confirmation yet whether Sawadjaan was actually leading the large group of terrorists when spotted by soldiers on relentless pursuit against the enemy of the state.

Sawadjaan was classified as a notorious terrorist behind the killing of Canadians John Ridsdel and Robert Hall in 2016 and figured in the kidnapping of teachers in Basilan.

The terrorist sub-leader operates in Sulu with hundreds of fighters equipped with sophisticated weapons.

On Wednesday, government forces pounded ASG positions in the ridges of Patikul, Sulu after President Rodrigo Duterte ordered troops to crush the terrorist group following the twin blasts in Mt. Carmel Church, sparking skirmishes.

The day after, a member of the Ajang-Ajang wing of the ASG under Sawadjaan, Ommal Usop, was killed in shootout with troops in Brgy Latih, Patikul town.

Besana identified Usop as one of 13 members of the Ajang-Ajang group responsible in the twin bombing in Mt. Carmel Church last Sunday.

He also revealed that the Latih village where Usop was killed was the meeting place of ASG sub-leader Hatib Sawadjaan and the same spot where the leader of the Ajang-Ajang—Abdul Ajim Abdul Gani, alias Suraka Ingug—was killed on Aug. 15, 2018.

Besana added the Ajang-Ajang, which he identified as belonging to the Daula Islamiya, attempted to reinforce terrorists in Marawi City at the height of the siege in 2016 but failed.



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Duterte orders air strikes to ‘pulverise’ Abu Sayyaf group
John Reed, south-east Asia Correspondent JANUARY 30, 2019

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The Philippine military on Tuesday released CCTV footage that they said showed Alias Kamah, brother of Suraka Ingog, an Abu Sayyaf leader who was killed in a police and military operation in Sulu last year.



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PostPosted: Fri Feb 08, 2019 4:49 pm 
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Abdul Ajim Abdulgani aka Suraka Ingug and Barak Ingug. He was killed in Sitio Kalimayahan, Latih barangay, Patikul last August 15, 2018. PNP tagged him as one of those who aided suicide bombers last Jan 27, 2019. Photo shared by Westmincom.

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aside from the tweet of this certain julieapala, There was no link of information that will verify that the PNP indeed tagged Suraka Ingug as one of those who aided suicide bombers last Jan 27.


anyare?



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Joint AFP-PNP units neutralize Abu Sayyaf member in Tawi-tawi
Published February 7, 2019, 10:15 PM
By Francis Wakefield



Joint military and police units neutralized an Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG) member during the conduct of checkpoint operations at Brgy Lapid-Lapid, Bongao, Tawi-Tawi on Tuesday, February 5, 2019.

Troops composed by elements of the 29th Marine Company of Marine Battalion Landing Team-9 with the 51st Special Action Company, SAF; Bongao Municipal Police Station; Maritime Police Station, Tawi-Tawi and orchestration of Joint Intelligence Task Units that conducted Support to Law Enforcement Operation.

The said Abu Sayyaf, identified as Shaifful Julaili, escaped the checkpoint and fired at government troops manning the checkpoint which prompted the government troops to retaliate and fatally wounding the suspect.

This ASG member is said to be involved in the series of kidnapping activities in Sulu particularly in the seawater boundaries of Tawi-Tawi and Sabah.

The suspect is also said to be involved in the recent planned kidnapping in Sabah with other Sulu-based Abu Sayyaf Group.

JTF Sulu said the intensified checkpoint operations by the government through Joint Task Force (JTF) Tawi-tawi and PNP is primarily conducted to preempt the spill over of terror activities from the province of Sulu to Tawi-Tawi.

“These checkpoints serve as one of the proactive measures of the government to thwart plans of this Sulu based ASG/KFRG members in utilizing the province as their safe havens and platform in the conduct of their high profile kidnappings,” the military said.

“It is assured that the AFP and the PNP will not stop in performing its duty of protecting the people and the Western Mindanao region against these terrorist groups. This also serve as a warning to other terrorist group members that Tawi-Tawi is not, and will never be a safe place for them to conduct their illegal activities,” it added.


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Anyare? Ano pa? Kundi kaengotan. :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Anyare? Ano pa? Kundi kaengotan. :lol: :lol: :lol:


smh daw brad...


ano yun?


Shaking my Hole?


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tiyanak2 wrote:
IceColdBeer wrote:
Anyare? Ano pa? Kundi kaengotan. :lol: :lol: :lol:


smh daw brad...


ano yun?


Shaking my Hole?


:lol: :lol: :lol:

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Yan ang mahirap kapag lumagpas na ng isang sentence eh di na niya naiintindihan ang kasunod kaya laging kulelat eh. :lol: :lol:

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