Philippine Marines kill 26 Muslim terrorists

Zamboanga, Philippines – A week-long assault by Philippine troops ended with the capture of a Muslim extremist camp and the deaths of 26 militants and three soldiers, a military spokesman said on Sunday.

Soldiers captured the Abu Sayyaf camp in a forested area on the southern island of Basilan but an improvised explosive device left behind by the rebels, injured 12 soldiers on Sunday, said Major Filemon Tan.

  • Alain

    They are doing better than we are.

    • Yes they are.

    • Canadian

      I don`t think they take prisoners.
      And that is good thing!

    • BillyHW

      We have to put women and faggots on the front lines now.

  • Gary

    Muslim Terrorists ??????
    I thought the CBC didn’t use that term because there is no such thing as a Muslim Terrorist since Islam is the Religion Of Peace.

    Say it isn’t so Justin .

  • Tanya

    Best news all day!

  • T.C.

    Condolences to the families of the marines killed in this operation. My wishes for a full and speedy recovery for the marines who were wounded. My thanks to the people of the Philippines for taking on a dirty job that needed doing. If only all the countries of the free world could see the danger so clearly.

  • P_F

    Will it mean more ‘mohammedan refugees’ this time from Philippines???

    • Will Quest

      Believe it or not some migrants from the Philippines to Canada are named mohammad …….. WTF ………

      • P_F

        I know, and they are among the most deceitful & unethical people. A few years ago I was told this by a Filipino; that back in Philippines many Filipinos are mohammedan but when they come to Canada they change their name & religion to more Christian sounding but when they go back they again are mohammedans.

  • Norman_In_New_York

    The Philippine military has been noted for celebrating its victories by roasting pigs in captured Muslim strongholds.

  • tom_billesley

    Hunting the No-Tail Monkeys in Zamboanga
    “Oh, the monkeys have no tails in Zamboanga” rendered by Lee Marvin in the movie “Donovan’s Reef”.