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Re: Cdns Kidnapped, Killed in Philippines (split fm Re: Politics in 2016)
« Reply #50 on: December 11, 2016, 09:57:15 »
Outstanding.  Hope it was a slow, painful death.
Probably not, but one takes what one can get.
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Re: Cdns Kidnapped, Killed in Philippines (split fm Re: Politics in 2016)
« Reply #51 on: December 11, 2016, 11:32:03 »
Probably not, but one takes what one can get.

Agreed, but I can always hope.

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Sounds like the boss has been dealt with as well ...
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Soldiers battling Abu Sayyaf in central Philippines are reported to have killed a key commander of the armed group who had been blamed for the beheadings of two Canadians and a German hostage.

Military chief of staff General Eduardo Ano said troops recovered and identified the remains of Moammar Askali, also known as Abu Rami, at the scene of the battle in a coastal village on Bohol island on Tuesday.

Five other Abu Sayyaf members were killed, along with four soldiers and policemen.

Ano said troops took the picture of Askali after his death and that captured Abu Sayyaf fighters identified the the young commander ...
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I'll bet some other wannabe has already stepped into this criminal's shoes. There never seems to be a shortage of fanatics when dealing with radical islam.
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