Category: terrorism

Of Black Flags and Careless Connections

By Marck Ronald Rimorin In her latest “Thought Leaders” piece for, Maria Ressa writes: Much like the Madrid bombings in 2004 that killed 191 people and the London bombings in 2005 that killed 52, the Boston bombings were carried … Continue reading

Posted in maria ressa, terrorism

cyberlibel law will “level the playing field” ?!?

before anything else, kudos cheers mabuhays to SENATOR TG GUINGONA for voting NO to the cybercrime act, the only one who dared, cared, on grounds that the libel clause is a prior restraint on freedom of expression, a constitutionally guaranteed … Continue reading

ampatuan’s army

BY-PRODUCT Alex Magno What happened in Maguindanao is more than a tragedy. It is a moment of insanity. Condemn it, we must. Understand the circumstances that made this barbarity even remotely possible, we should. Over the past few days, we … Continue reading

abu sayyaf: kidnap-for-homeland

ces drilon was in and out in nine days.    the red cross workers swiss andreas notter, italian eugenio vagni and filipina jean lacaba have been in the hands of the abu sayyaf since jan 15, that’s two months and … Continue reading

Posted in mindanao, terrorism, vfa


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