In a Facebook post, Raymond Frederick Papa Corpuz wrote about the Malaysian Defense Minister Hishammuddin Tun Hussein information that the ISIS have already infiltrated the Philippines even before the term of President Rodrigo Duterte.
It was during the former President Noynoy Aquino’s term in 2015 that the internationally recognized terrorist have penetrated within the country.
He said that the Duterte administration have found genuine basis for declaring martial law in Mindanao after the Maute group attempted to take control of the Marawi City. But despite the city is already being destroyed, civilians being killed and beheaded, martial law is continuously being halted by the Liberal Party’s lawmakers.
He said that if martial law is lifted and the terrorist are able to move with their missions, no one else will be blamed except the President.
Corpuz had raised many questions and speculations. Knowing that the government authorities have retrieved checks and cash almost amounting to P80 million, where did get that? Who gave that much money to them?
What puzzled him the most is why does the LP keeps on attempting to have the martial law in Mindanao withdrawn and wants to stop the air strikes in Marawi City?
And now that the government knows that the ISIS-Maute terrorist are equipped with high caliber ammunitions, like the barett and even have drones, how did they get those when these cost quite a lot.
There are also several kilos of shabu confiscated in different locations which are believed to be owned by the local terrorist group inspired by the ISIS.
Moreover, he asked, who’s behind to all of this schemes?
Read his full post below:
Defense minister of Malaysia appealed to the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) to help in containing the terrorism conflict in Mindanao.
Hishammuddin Tun Hussein visited Camp Siongco in Datu Odin Sinsuat, Maguindanao on June 9 to discuss with Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana, his Filipino counterpart, about the Jihadists groups creating chaos in the southern provinces of the country.
“We must not allow terrorists to derail the peace process,” Hussein stated after his discussion with Lorenzana and other Philippine defense officials.
He called on the MILF to continue supporting the Armed Forces of the Philippines in preventing the spread of local militant groups claiming allegiance to the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS).
“We must not give any foothold to these groups. We should not allow them to hijack people to support or recognize them,” Hussein said.
“We have an undivided support to efforts of addressing the ISIS problem here. Let no ISIS hijack people,” Hussein said.
Hussein also stated that Malaysia will work along side Philippines to hunt the wanted Malaysian terrorist who blended with the Mindanao-based militant factions.
Zulkifli bin Hir, more known as Marwan, was said to have trained no fewer than a hundred recruits in fabrication and handling of improvised explosive devices while in Mamasapano town in Maguindanao.
Marwan is a Malaysian terrorist who was killed July 25, 2015 by Special Action Force in his hideout in Sitio Inug-ug in Barangay Pidsandawan, Mamasapano.
Lorenzana urged the MILF to prevent intrusions by the Dawlah Islamiya and another group, the Ansa’r Al-Khilafa, into its camps that are now Malacañang-accredited peace zones.