maguindanao massacre

Senators dare Arroyo: Go after Ampatuans

MANILA - Outraged senators on Tuesday challenged President Arroyo to go after her political allies, the Ampatuans, who have been tagged in the massacre of at least 22 people, including women, in Maguindanao on Monday.

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 Yup very inhuman. These are the doings of the AMPATUAN CLAN who want the Mindanao people to instill fear towards the people.. The government will not do anything about this because this AMPATUAN family has connections in order for them to win in the upcoming election. I hope WAR will rise against this people! WAR is the only answer and nothing else!

Feedback: Maguindanao mass execution is more than political.

 It has started. You can blame our elections but my opinion is they were here to steal our coconuts, hired mercenaries as well as children from families investing in the biofuel industries to create conflict and fear in the area.

RE: Maguindanao Massacre

 I hope the government and media as well can do something to shed a light in this brutal massacre in Mindanao. I grew up in a neighboring province which is South Cotabato. Though my province is a Christian area, we were never exempted from the brutality of the muslims.

RE: Regarding the Massacre in Maguindanao

 I just heard about the Maguindanao Massacre (36 individuals mostly women and several local journalists) by beheading and mutilation in Barangay Masalay, Datu Abdullah Sangki town in Maguindanao of the Maguindanao province.

ABS-CBN to govt: 'Hold guilty parties accountable'

MANILA – ABS-CBN Broadcasting Corp. on Wednesday issued a statement urging authorities to bring to justice those responsible for the massacre of more than 50 people in Maguindanao.

AFP deploys more troops to Maguindanao

MANILA – The Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) on Wednesday said more troops were deployed to Maguindanao to augment police maintaining peace and order in the province.

(UPDATE) Outraged Arroyo declares national day of mourning

MANILA - President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo declared a national day of mourning on Wednesday as she said she is "appalled and outraged" by the slaughter of innocent civilians in Maguindanao. 

'Monsters' murdered pregnant women: Buluan vice mayor

COTABATO - A politician whose family was targeted in a southern Philippine massacre that left at least 52 people dead described the attackers as monsters who murdered even his pregnant sister and aunt.

Arroyo declares national day of mourning for massacre victims

President Arroyo on Wednesday said she is "appalled and outraged" by the slaughter of innocent civilians in Maguindanao and has declared a national day of mourning on Thursday in honor of the victims. ANC, November 25, 2009