Skip to comments.11 killed in militant attack in Philippines ( Muslims )
Posted on 02/27/2010 6:15:20 PM PST by george76
At least 11 people including 10 civilians were killed and several injured Saturday when Muslim militants attacked a village in southern Philippines...
About 70 Muslim Abu Sayyaf rebels swooped down at dawn on the village of Tubigan in Maluso town in Basilan province, 900 km south of Manila...
'Among the fatalities were a government militiaman and four children,' he said. 'Some of the injured were in serious condition.'
the guerrillas burned down six houses and targeted the house of the village chieftain.
Basilan Catholic Bishop Martin Jomoad said villagers had fled their homes for fear the guerrillas would return and attack them again.
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Paging Black Jack Pershing.
The federal government of the Phils is negotiating with Muslim separatists to give them some sort of semi-autonomous homeland in the southern islands.
That will not work.
How long must civilized people have to put up with this evil ? For God’s sake this plauge of Islam has to be stamped out. Either that or we all just sit around waiting to die at their hands. Be it on an airplane, a shopping mall or another office tower.
Regretably, the current government in the Phillipines is failing to protect its people.
The Phillipines is a great Catholic Country. When PJP II visited there, his outdoor Mass was said to have brought together the largest crowd in history.
But Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo just can’t seem to deal with Muslim terrorism. It almost makes one long for the return of Immelda Marcos. Having too many shoes is rather better than sitting back while terrorists kill your people.
Why dont the “Filipinos just kill them all? It will save a lot of grief,
mooslim credo: I murder you.
The Crusades II, not only would it purge the world of evil, it would inspire decades of great movies, like WWII did.
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This information is current as of today, Sun Apr 04 2010 21:48:19 GMT-0700 (PDT).
April 02, 2010