Suara Bangsamoro has accused the Philippine National Police (PNP) of the “massacre” of nine Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) fighters who have reportedly already surrendered before being mercilessly mowed down with automatic gunfire last May 25 in North Cotabato.
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Under Aquino, war in Moro lands continues
“President Aquino presented himself as a leader, but has done nothing, but follow the whims of an imperialist power.”
Approved BBL serves only Aquino gov’t – Moro group
“We regard the approved BBL as a Malacañang and Liberal Party BBL.” – Suara Bangsamoro
Ph troops’ operations vs BIFF continue despite pronouncement
“The Moro civilian residents should not bear the brunt of the war of retaliation being waged by the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) in the name of justice for the death of the SAF commandos.’
‘Soldiers burn Moro houses, prayer huts’
Violations of human rights and international humanitarian law continue, a month into the government’s “all-out offensive” in Maguindanao against the Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters, says a Moro group.
Jabidah 47th year| Group calls on Moros to intensify struggle for right to self-determination
“Now is the time for the Moro people to lift the veil of compliance to the US-Aquino regime, and intensify the fight to protect the rights of the Moro people.”
‘BBL should reflect Moro people’s interests’
“The basic question is: will the BBL address the basic problems of right to self-determination, poverty and ancestral domain?”
‘After ransacking homes, soldiers conduct dental check-ups’
“Suara Bangsamoro stands that if the AFP is sincere in its desire to achieve peace in Maguindanao, it should immediately recall its troops from their civilian encampments.”
The civilian casualties of the AFP’s ‘All-Out War’
“The AFP is clearly unable to distinguish civilians from combatants. This incompetence and lack of fire discipline has resulted to civilian casualties.”
‘All-out war’ in Maguindanao causes evacuation in 12 villages
The Suara Bangsamoro is calling for a stop to the government’s all-out offensive against Moro rebels as thousands of civilians are the ones who bear the brunt of the military aggression.
A saga of all-out euphemisms vs peace, the Moro and the ordinary people
By MARYA SALAMAT Bulatlat.com Main Story: Create conditions for peace, not all-out war, Aquino told When it comes to addressing the conflict in Mindanao, nothing has really changed in Philippine government policy despite the change from one president and administration to another. It has always been consistently “militarist,” said Neil V. Murad, secretary-general of Suara…