Religion of Peace Strikes Again in Philippines
They kidnap seven men, hack off their heads, and send the heads to the Philippine government in sacks—and Reuters still won’t call them “terrorists:” Muslim militants behead 7 captives in Philippines.
OLO, Philippines (Reuters) - Muslim extremists decapitated seven men they were holding hostage on the southern Philippine island of Jolo and sent the heads in sacks to two army detachments, the military said on Thursday.
“This is a terrorist act that should be condemned by all,” Major-General Ruben Rafael, commander of military forces on Jolo, said.
Earlier, Rafael said his soldiers had discovered the headless bodies of six men close to Parang town, where they had been kidnapped on Monday by the Abu Sayyaf, the Philippines’ deadliest Muslim rebel group.