BREAKING: Muslim Transporting MASS Explosives CAPTURED… Here’s What We Know


ZAMBOANGA CITY, PHILIPPINES – Military officials have announced that Government armed forces captured an Abu Sayyaf militant transporting improvised explosives in the southern Philippine province of Sulu.


For those of you are unfamiliar with Abu Sayyaf , they are unofficially known as the Islamic State of Iraq in the Philippines Province and are a Jihadist militant group that follows the Wahhabi doctrine of Sunni Islam based in and around Jolo and Basilan islands in the southwestern part of the Philippines, where for more than four decades, Moro groups have been engaged in an insurgency for an independent province in the country. The group is considered violent, and was responsible for the Philippines’ worst terrorist attack, the bombing of Superferry 14 in 2004, which killed 116 people. They use mostly improvised explosive devices, mortars, and automatic rifles.

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Milham Saham, 24, was intercepted by soldiers of the 45th Infantry Battalion in Brgy. Buhanginan in Patikul town around 6 p.m. Thursday. The Armed Forces of the Philippines’ (AFP) Western Mindanao Command (Wesmincom) described Saham as a notorious member of the terrorist group, reported.


Army Captain Jo-ann Petinglay, a spokeswoman for the Western Mindanao Command said soldiers put up the checkpoint after receiving an intelligence report Saham was transporting explosives in the village. Saham did not resist when troops stopped him at the checkpoint and yielded ammunition nitrate, fuel oil in a container fitted with a detonating cord, electrical wires and an electronic circuit assembly, The Manila Times reports.

Saham is currently being interrogated by the 45th Infantry Battalion in an effort to extract information from him on the activities of the Abu Sayyaf, whose leaders have pledged allegiance to the Islamic State.


His capture came a day after troops clashed with militants in Talipao town, about 28 kilometers from Patikul. The fighting left 5 gunmen dead and five soldiers wounded in Upper Binuang village. The bodies of the slain Abu Sayyaf fighters were recovered by soldiers, including two automatic rifles, one of them with a grenade launcher, according to Petinglay.

AMERICA’S FREEDOM FIGHTERS reported that Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte issued a brutal warning to the jihadi fighters attempting to besiege the southern region of the country- “I will eat your liver!”

“I will eat your liver if you want me to. Give me salt and vinegar and I will eat it raw in front of you,” Duterte said before a group of local officials.

“I will eat everything. I am not picky. I eat even what cannot be swallowed,” he said.

Duterte has a history of strange threats to Islamist militant’s, while also expressing a preference for human flesh seasoned in vinegar and salt. Last year, the Philippines president apparently threatened to eat members of Abu Sayyaf alive after a bombing in the city of Davao claimed 15 deaths and wounded 71 people.

“If I have to face them, you know I can eat humans,” Duterte reportedly said at the time. “I will really open up your body. Just give me vinegar and salt, and I will eat you.”

Dayum! This is the same guy that called OKenyan’s mom a freaking whore!


God Bless.

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