FOREIGN TERRORISTS MARRIED TO PINAYS LIVING IN PHILIPPINES- HIGH ALERT IN MINDANAO!
HINDI PO CBCP TERRORISTS - TERRORISTS NA LINKED TO OSAMA BIN LADEN ANG NEWS NA ITO. Government steps up hunt for terror suspects By Aurea Calica (The Philippine Star) Updated May 05, 2011 12:00 AMComments (25) A member of the PNP Special Action Force stands outside the newly constructed wing of the US embassy in Manila yesterday as security was beefed up in the wake of possible retaliatory terror attacks. AP | Zoom MANILA, Philippines - Anticipating a backlash from the death of al-Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden, the government is intensifying its manhunt for top terrorists believed to be in Mindanao. This was announced in a press briefing yesterday by National Security Adviser Cesar Garcia, who also said that while there was no specific or immediate terror threat in Metro Manila, "the government has nonetheless deemed it prudent to upgrade to critical infrastructure and other places deemed likely targets of a terrorist attack." The Palace briefing was held shortly after a Cabinet security cluster meeting called by President Aquino. The President did not attend the meeting. "They (possible terror targets) include the embassies of countries in the global war against terror, five-star hotels and other areas frequented by tourists, points of entries either by air or sea, other transport facilities and generally areas where the public converges -- malls, churches and the like," Garcia said. "Elsewhere in Mindanao, particularly in Regions 9, 11, 12 and the Autonomous Region in <b>...</b>
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