ASG making itself felt again
Rosalinda L. Orosa (The Philippine Star) - July 13, 2014 - 12:00am

The Abu Sayyaf attack that killed six soldiers and the wounding of 13 others will not affect the military’s legitimate activities in Sulu, where the incident happened. The attack could be in retaliation to the capture of Abu ranking leader Khair Mundos who is in the US list of “most wanted” terror suspects.  The snatching of a poor foreman and his brother-in-law, could also be related to Mundos’ arrest.  The Abus threaten to behead the 2 men if they fail to pay ransom.

Whichever, Abus now target even poor people who could not pay.  The Abus want to prove they kill not only for money but to keep their image of savagery.  Everybody knows that they are capable of doing the worst to human beings.  But no matter what they do, our armed forces and policemen will always be in pursuit of them, ready to face them and to do away with them.

They are active again for they may badly need money to support their group, and live on, and to enjoy the money of people they kill as well as victimize. — B. J. EMERITO, Zamboanga

              

ABUS KHAIR MUNDOS KILL MONEY MUNDOS PAY PEOPLE POOR ZAMBOANGA
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