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AussieLex

RIP Bernard ... another meaningless brutal death of an innocent ...

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Massive ground force invasion is what they need to do. Put so many men on the ground and hunt them down like dogs. 

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Kahuna

Massive ground force invasion is what they need to do. Put so many men on the ground and hunt them down like dogs. 

According to the report they were being pursued by the Philippine military at that time..  he must have been slowing them down or they wanted to slow them with this beheading. It's AbuSayif[sp?] in the Jolo region of the Philippines.

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According to the report they were being pursued by the Philippine military at that time..  he must have been slowing them down or they wanted to slow them with this beheading. It's AbuSayif[sp?] in the Jolo region of the Philippines.

 

They don't need to be pursued. They need to be surrounded.

 

Does the military still use mortars? Encircle the group and start dropping mortar rounds on their location, and continue to do so until every one of those pieces of shit are blown to hell. 

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Encircle the group and start dropping mortar rounds on their location, and continue to do so until every one of those pieces of shit are blown to hell. 

 

I think that kind of jungle warfare was tried in Vietnam - first by the French and then by the Americans.   

 

 

[ also tried by the Germans in Leningrad ]

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I think that kind of jungle warfare was tried in Vietnam - first by the French and then by the Americans.   

 

 

[ also tried by the Germans in Leningrad ]

 

You burn it down around them, and they will have no where to go. You can always carpet bomb the entire area, afterward. 

 

<---- has no problem using as many munitions as necessary, to get the job done. 

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Irenicus

People sometimes really, really suck.

 

RIP to all who have had to suffer any type of barbaric execution.

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RogerDuMond

"Filipino authorities have caught an Abu Sayyaf member linked to the kidnappings of two Malaysians in Sandakan earlier this year, one of whom, Bernard Then, was beheaded, the Manila Times reported yesterday.

 

It said police and military caught Saddam Jailani at the Port of Jolo and he was being detained by the Philippine National Police Criminal Investigation and Detection Group.

 

Saddam was reported as a follower of Abu Sayyaf leader Alhabsi Misaya.

 

He is also linked to an abduction of a South Korean in the southern Philippines.

 

Then, 39, was beheaded in the southern Philippines by Abu Sayyaf militants, after negotiations for his release failed following additional conditions imposed by the terrorists.

 

The Sarawakian engineer was abducted from the Ocean King Seafood Restaurant in Sandakan in May together with restaurant owner Thien Nyuk Fun.

Thien, however, was released on November 9.

 

Manila Times also reported that Saddam's capture came a day after authorities seized six automatic rifles that were believed to belong to the Abu Sayyaf in the village of Bonbon in Patikul. – November 29, 2015."

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Tullioz

You burn it down around them, and they will have no where to go. You can always carpet bomb the entire area, afterward. 

 

<---- has no problem using as many munitions as necessary, to get the job done. 

 

That would be overkill when you are going after a couple hundred terrorist on an island with over 500,000 people wouldn't you think?  The military has actually been doing a pretty good job in 2015 in going after the Abu sayyaf. They have killed well over 100 members with many more injured and captured. They have also been targeting the leadership. I will post links to a couple recent examples of that from November. The problem now is that the military is doing such a good job, that it has forced the Abu Sayyaf, along with a couple of outside terrorist groups, to start regrouping in central Mindanao. 

 

Abu Sayyaf leader killed, 3 soldiers hurt in Basilan clash
 
Notorious Abu Sayyaf leader falls in Zambo City
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...the Abu Sayyaf, along with a couple of outside terrorist groups, to start regrouping in central Mindanao. 

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Are you saying ISIS or Al Qaeda?

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That would be overkill when you are going after a couple hundred terrorist on an island with over 500,000 people wouldn't you think?

 

Not at all. When you are going after animals who do not care and will decapitate a hostage at the drop of a hat, or who will strap a bomb to his chest and blow himself to hell, you cannot fight these people using any rules. Go in, clean house and get the job done. Period. 

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Not at all. When you are going after animals who do not care and will decapitate a hostage at the drop of a hat, or who will strap a bomb to his chest and blow himself to hell, you cannot fight these people using any rules. Go in, clean house and get the job done. Period. 

Seems to me the ones supporting them by their silence are just as guilty as the actual perps....so yea, get them all with one shot....

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Tullioz

Are you saying ISIS or Al Qaeda?

 

Actually it is a combination of several groups. Abu Sayyaf, Jemaah Islamiya, the Khilaffa Islamiya Movement, and others seem to be forming an alliance and are known in Mindanao as the "Ghuraba" ("The Strangers" in English). So I guess you could say it is a combination of both ISIS and Al Queda related groups.

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