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Re: ISIS in the Philippines
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A City In Ruins
Battle against ISIS rages on.

The houses still standing after more than three months of fierce urban combat in Marawi are barely holding on — pocked with bullet holes on the outside and blackened by fire from within.

“I really can’t say when we will be able to finish this,” said Brig. Gen. Melquiades Ordiales, with the Philippine Marines.

With the battle now past the 100-day mark, it was the first time in months that the military had allowed the press in. And though the tour was tightly choreographed, there was no hiding either the profound destruction from airstrikes and artillery barrages, or the fact that the fighting remains intense. Just Thursday, three soldiers were reported killed, and 52 more were injured.

Marawi and the surrounding area, on the southern island of Mindanao, was once home to 200,000 people, the biggest Muslim-majority city in the Philippines. It is now a mostly emptied-out field of wreckage, contested by a dwindling group of Islamist militants who claim loyalty to the Islamic State, and by the government of President Rodrigo Duterte, who has vowed to root them out no matter the cost.

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/09/01/world/asia/marawi-philippines-isis-civilians.html



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Re: ISIS in the Philippines
« Reply #26 on: Oct 12, 2017, 06:25:49 am »
 

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ISIS in the Philippines plotted a "next 9/11" in New York City.
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A Filipino citizen accused of funding the foiled terror plot in New York is an orthopaedic surgeon previously based in Marawi City in the Philippines, where armed groups linked with Islamic State have staged a bloody battle for more than four months.
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2017/oct/09/new-york-terror-plot-suspect-philippines-surgeon-isis-marawi

Who is behind the recent ISIS upsurge in the Philippines?
Who is arming them.
Who is funding them.

It is like deja vu for me.



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Duterte Calls for ‘Revolutionary Government’ That Would Give Him Absolute Power
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'The ever-controversial populist president of the Philippines, Rodrigo Duterte, has publicly threatened to install an emergency authoritarian government if his oligarch and drug lord enemies don’t fall in line with his policies.

"Once your destabilization is already creating chaos, I will not hesitate to declare a revolutionary government until the end of my term," Duterte recently said, adding that he may suspend the country's constitution so he and his supporters can reform the government without fetters.

This revolutionary government would reform the federal system, ratify a new constitution, slash corruption, improve and modernize security and put an end to the grip of the cartels. All this can be yours, Filipinos, if you just give the president absolute power.

Duterte ran on a platform that claimed that wealthy elites and drug syndicates were working in lockstep for their mutual profit at the expense of the common people of the Philippines. Shortly after taking office, he declared war against drug use, encouraging police to use lethal force against drug users and peddlers.'



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