Ex-Scout Ranger Reveals Lists of ISIS-Maute Groups Operating in Mindanao - Daily Buzz PH


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Thursday, June 22, 2017

Ex-Scout Ranger Reveals Lists of ISIS-Maute Groups Operating in Mindanao

Veteran Scout Ranger and former intelligence officer of the military, Sir Abe Purugganan shared a very useful information given to him revealing the list of the alleged 20 ISIS cell groups currently operating in various parts of Mindanao.


According to Sir Abe, there are information spreading in the intelligence community that our younger Muslim brothers are being recruited in different parts of the country, a few days before the Marawi siege, which cost a lot of losses not only to the residents of Marawi but also for the families of the Armed Forces of the Philippines.

The information of 20 alleged ISIS cell groups spreading in various parts of Mindanao was first disclosed by a government lawyer, the aim of the ISIS cell group is to establish a caliphate for the international terror organization in Mindanao.

Here's the Complete Report Shared by Sir Abe Puruggannan:

Sa ating mga kababayan, mag-ingat kayo sa mga organisasyon na ito.

May balita po na may mga recruitment na nangyari sa mga kabataang Muslim sa mga Muslim communities sa buong bansa bago nangyari ang Marawi Siege at nag tawag pa ang Maute group ng reinforcment sa mga ito noong kasagsagan ng labanan sa Marawi.

Abisohan at bigyan nyo po ng babala ang ating mga kababayan.


Government lawyers disclosed on Monday that 20 cell groups are in cahoots with four ISIS-linked groups that aim to establish a caliphate for the international terror organization in Mindanao.

In a memorandum filed with the Supreme Court (SC), the Office of the Solicitor General (OSG) enumerated the allied terror organizations of Abu Sayyaf group, Ansarul Khilafah Philippines (AKP), Maute group and the Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters (BIFF).

These cell groups are as follows: 

Ansar Dawiah Fi Filibbin
Rajah Solaiman Islamic Movement
Al Harakatul Islamiyah Battalion
Jama’at Ansar Khilafa
Ansharul Khilafah Philippines Battalion
Bangsamoro Justice Movement
Khilafah Islamiya Mindanao h. Abu Sayyaf Group (Sulu faction)
Syuful Khilafa Fi Luzon
Ma’rakah Al-Ansar Battalion
Dawla Islamiyyah Cotabato
Dawlat Al Islamiyah Waliyatul Masrik
Ansar Al-Shariyah Battalion
Jamaah al-Tawhid wal Jihad Philippines
Abu Dujanah Battalion
Abu Khubayn Battalion
Jundallah Battalion
Abu Sadr Battalion
Jamaah Al Muhajirin wal Anshor
Balik-Islam Group

According to the OSG, these ISIS cell groups "conduct coordinated attacks" with the four rebel groups.

"These ISIS-linked local rebel groups and ISIS cell groups have conducted violent activities, particularly in the areas of Basilan, Sulu, Tawi-Tawi, Zamboanga and Davao, not merely to sow terror amongst the populace, but to splinter the country. They have the capability of conducting bomb attacks in any area of Mindanao," the OSG said.

"This year alone, these groups have been responsible for at least 43 violent attacks employing improvised explosive devices (IED), harassment, and kidnapping," it added.

The OSG submitted the memorandum in line with the consolidated petitions seeking to invalidate President Rodrigo Duterte's imposition of martial law in southern Philippines.

Martial law opponents even pointed out that terrorism does not constitute rebellion, noting the attacks on Marawi City stemmed from an armed resistance by the Maute group to shield Abu Sayyaf leader and ISIS emir for Southeast Asia Isnilon Hapilon from impending arrest.

The government said martial law was necessary to quell rebellion since ISIS-inspired local rebel groups have taken arms against the Philippine government to separate Mindanao from the republic and to deprive President Duterte of his powers and prerogatives. Fm Carl Espiritu via Bingbing C Veloso

Source: Abe Puruggannan FB Page

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