Khabarnya sudah ada sekurang2 3 ribu orang Sulu bertapak dibumi Sabah untuk menjalankan kerja jahat Anwar Ibrahim yang sampai sekarang membisu walaupu beliau boleh hanya menalipon Nur Misuari untuk memberhentikan aktiviti sial mereka.
Anwar, PKR dan PR memang sudah lama memusuhi tentera dan polis kita. Jadi, objektif mereka ini adalah untuk membalas dendam terhadap tindakan mereka semasa BERSIH dengan mengupah orang MNLF untuk memberi maximum damage terhadap pasukan keselamatan kita.
DOA2 kan agar pasukan keselamatan kita akan perolehi kemenangan.
Malaysia ordered air strikes and mortar attacks against 200 men sent by the Sultan of Sulu to occupy a coastal village in Sabah.
Malaysia will regret its action because it was tantamount to declaring war against the Tausugs, the fiercest of Philippine Muslim tribes.
Ironically, it was Malaysia that helped the Tausugs fight the government of President Marcos in the 1970s and ’80s.
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Nur Misuari, founding chair of the Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) that waged war against the government, is back in the limelight after many years in oblivion.
He warned President Noy that any attempt to arrest Sultan Jamalul Kiram III would result in “total chaos” for the country.
Misuari, who has royal blood, has the backing of the long dormant MNLF, its members spoiling for a fight.
Better for our government to let the Tausugs fight the Malaysians in Sabah, which they claim is their homeland, rather than fight the Tausugs in the country.
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Ironically, it was P-Noy’s mother, the late President Cory Aquino, who brought Misuari back to the country from a self-imposed exile in Saudi Arabia.
Misuari was already a forgotten figure among his people when “Tita” Cory, upon the advice of her brother-in-law, Butz Aquino, and then Interior Secretary Aquilino Pimentel, recalled him from oblivion.
President Noy is now suffering from his mother’s wrong decision.
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There is no way Misuari had no hand in the dispatch of 200 men to Sabah by the Sultan of Sulu.
Sultan Kiram doesn’t have men and arms to back up his claim of ownership of the former North Borneo island—the MNLF has.
Kiram doesn’t have the money to launch a large-scale expedition to Sabah.
My sources close to the sultanate told me that even before Kiram sent his men to Lahad Datu, about 2,500 armed Tausugs had already been prepositioned in Sabah.
During the standoff or before the attack on Lahad Datu by Malaysian security forces, 150 armed Tausugs from Palawan province were able to land in Sabah.
An additional 600 Tausugs landed in Sabah last week, according to my sources.
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