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QUOTE(Kampung2005 @ Mar 8 2013, 08:58 PM)
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Family: Agbimuddin hungry but safe in Sabah
MARCH 08, 2013

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MANILA, March 8 — Rebel leader Agbimuddin Kiram’s family told local media that Agbimuddin and his band of rebels are safe in Lahad Datu, although they are now suffering from hunger because of constantly evading Malaysian security forces’ relentless assault, the Philippine Daily Inquirer reported today.

The Inquirer reported that Abraham Idjirani, spokesperson of Sultan Jamalul Kiram III, also confirmed that members of the Kirams’  Royal Security Forces have “regrouped”.

“They are constantly moving, not by boat, not by any means of transportation but by themselves.… They are on foot.… They are suffering from hunger,” Idjirani said at a press conference.

The report also said Idjirani was able to talk to Agbimuddin at around 2:30pm today.

Earlier, Jamalul Kiram’s daughter, Jacel Kiram, told the media that her uncle was safe in Lahad Datu but lambasted what she described as “maximum violence” unleashed by the Malaysian police and military.

“I was able to speak to one woman (in Tawi-Tawi) who kept on crying because she said children and women were being shot. While there was a call for maximum tolerance, there is indiscriminate firing (by the Malaysians).

“Maximum violence is what is happening.

“The instruction for them is to be always on the defensive, just be ready for any assault or attack. Just defense, no attack,” she said.

“Unfortunately, Malaysia is emboldened and decided to finish off the Filipinos in Sabah. It is clear that the government of PNoy  is very much in support of the Malaysian government.

“We pray and hope the President’s being Filipino would prevail so that he would address the situation in Sabah.”

She added that the fighting in Lahad Datu could not have happened had the emissaries of Malacanang been “efficient and effective.”

“What we need is to talk because if they really want to resolve this peacefully, our government should prove that. We want to talk if Malaysia wants to end this peacefully. We want to talk, but why don’t they want to talk to us?” Jacel was quoted as saying.

The Philippine Daily Inquirer also stated that Agbimuddin told Idjirani to ask the media’s help in “influencing Malaysia to follow the call of the United Nations to take heed of sobriety and dialogue with the Sultanate of Sulu.”
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simple answer....when you're start killing our men..

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post Mar 8 2013, 09:03 PM


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Lol malaysia is doing maximum violence?
tell that to our death police being torture by those terrorist.
Security will cont to hunt down every of those terrorist like dog.

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post Mar 8 2013, 09:04 PM


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QUOTE(yinchet @ Mar 8 2013, 09:03 PM)
Lol malaysia is doing maximum violence?
tell that to our death police being torture by those terrorist.
Security will cont to hunt down every of those terrorist like dog.
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I dare them to personally come to Sabah.
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well, there's a concerned that this Sabah-Sulu Crisis will be prolonged as they said aerial bombing bombing as power projection will only give advantage for a certain time before Sulu army start their revenge...they took indonesian & vietnam crisis as an example

even though I am sure the chances for it to happen are minimal as Malaysia still continuing their effort in pioneering peace treaty between Philippine-Bangsamoro, I will still not underestimate the threat


what do u think, guys?
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QUOTE(Kampung2005 @ Mar 8 2013, 08:58 PM)
http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysi...-safe-in-sabah/

Family: Agbimuddin hungry but safe in Sabah
MARCH 08, 2013

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Jacel (left) said women and children are being shot indiscriminately. – File pic

MANILA, March 8 — Rebel leader Agbimuddin Kiram’s family told local media that Agbimuddin and his band of rebels are safe in Lahad Datu, although they are now suffering from hunger because of constantly evading Malaysian security forces’ relentless assault, the Philippine Daily Inquirer reported today.

The Inquirer reported that Abraham Idjirani, spokesperson of Sultan Jamalul Kiram III, also confirmed that members of the Kirams’  Royal Security Forces have “regrouped”.

“They are constantly moving, not by boat, not by any means of transportation but by themselves.… They are on foot.… They are suffering from hunger,” Idjirani said at a press conference.

The report also said Idjirani was able to talk to Agbimuddin at around 2:30pm today.

Earlier, Jamalul Kiram’s daughter, Jacel Kiram, told the media that her uncle was safe in Lahad Datu but lambasted what she described as “maximum violence” unleashed by the Malaysian police and military.

“I was able to speak to one woman (in Tawi-Tawi) who kept on crying because she said children and women were being shot. While there was a call for maximum tolerance, there is indiscriminate firing (by the Malaysians).

“Maximum violence is what is happening.

“The instruction for them is to be always on the defensive, just be ready for any assault or attack. Just defense, no attack,” she said.

“Unfortunately, Malaysia is emboldened and decided to finish off the Filipinos in Sabah. It is clear that the government of PNoy  is very much in support of the Malaysian government.

“We pray and hope the President’s being Filipino would prevail so that he would address the situation in Sabah.”

She added that the fighting in Lahad Datu could not have happened had the emissaries of Malacanang been “efficient and effective.”

“What we need is to talk because if they really want to resolve this peacefully, our government should prove that. We want to talk if Malaysia wants to end this peacefully. We want to talk, but why don’t they want to talk to us?” Jacel was quoted as saying.

The Philippine Daily Inquirer also stated that Agbimuddin told Idjirani to ask the media’s help in “influencing Malaysia to follow the call of the United Nations to take heed of sobriety and dialogue with the Sultanate of Sulu.”
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We have already given you ample time to "talk", 4 deadlines has been given. You wanna act langsi, kill our heroes, torture them, beheaded them and now we give you our rain of fire.

You started to sh*t in your pants and now you want to "talk".

The talking part is over, only way to end this is unconditinally surrender and extraction of you and your monkey dad over to Msia to face the law
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QUOTE(keown83 @ Mar 8 2013, 09:04 PM)
well, there's a concerned that this Sabah-Sulu Crisis will be prolonged as they said aerial bombing bombing as power projection will only give advantage for a certain time before Sulu army start their revenge...they took indonesian & vietnam crisis as an example

even though I am sure the chances for it to happen are minimal as Malaysia still continuing their effort in pioneering peace treaty between Philippine-Bangsamoro, I will still not underestimate the threat
what do u think, guys?
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both MILF n MNLF denies ties or giving help to them... they are basically alone...










but of coz, theres a big chance they're lying...
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QUOTE(kurangak @ Mar 8 2013, 09:08 PM)
both MILF n MNLF denies ties or giving help to them... they are basically alone...
but of coz, theres a big chance they're lying...
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Maybe not MILF, but MNLF sure looks suspicious hmm.gif
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QUOTE(Kampung2005 @ Mar 8 2013, 08:58 PM)
http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysi...-safe-in-sabah/

Family: Agbimuddin hungry but safe in Sabah
MARCH 08, 2013

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Jacel (left) said women and children are being shot indiscriminately. – File pic

MANILA, March 8 — Rebel leader Agbimuddin Kiram’s family told local media that Agbimuddin and his band of rebels are safe in Lahad Datu, although they are now suffering from hunger because of constantly evading Malaysian security forces’ relentless assault, the Philippine Daily Inquirer reported today.

The Inquirer reported that Abraham Idjirani, spokesperson of Sultan Jamalul Kiram III, also confirmed that members of the Kirams’  Royal Security Forces have “regrouped”.

“They are constantly moving, not by boat, not by any means of transportation but by themselves.… They are on foot.… They are suffering from hunger,” Idjirani said at a press conference.

The report also said Idjirani was able to talk to Agbimuddin at around 2:30pm today.

Earlier, Jamalul Kiram’s daughter, Jacel Kiram, told the media that her uncle was safe in Lahad Datu but lambasted what she described as “maximum violence” unleashed by the Malaysian police and military.

“I was able to speak to one woman (in Tawi-Tawi) who kept on crying because she said children and women were being shot. While there was a call for maximum tolerance, there is indiscriminate firing (by the Malaysians).

“Maximum violence is what is happening.

“The instruction for them is to be always on the defensive, just be ready for any assault or attack. Just defense, no attack,” she said.

“Unfortunately, Malaysia is emboldened and decided to finish off the Filipinos in Sabah. It is clear that the government of PNoy  is very much in support of the Malaysian government.

“We pray and hope the President’s being Filipino would prevail so that he would address the situation in Sabah.”

She added that the fighting in Lahad Datu could not have happened had the emissaries of Malacanang been “efficient and effective.”

“What we need is to talk because if they really want to resolve this peacefully, our government should prove that. We want to talk if Malaysia wants to end this peacefully. We want to talk, but why don’t they want to talk to us?” Jacel was quoted as saying.

The Philippine Daily Inquirer also stated that Agbimuddin told Idjirani to ask the media’s help in “influencing Malaysia to follow the call of the United Nations to take heed of sobriety and dialogue with the Sultanate of Sulu.”
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malaysian insider. trust more outsider. ironic. sos oso somewhat unconfirmed. especially on the part where kiram able to talk to agibmuddin. kiram should show us proof he communicating to agibmuddin. or else hearsay only. but anyway al-fatihah to both sides that become victims in this mess.
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QUOTE(Kampung2005 @ Mar 8 2013, 08:58 PM)
http://www.themalaysianinsider.com/malaysi...-safe-in-sabah/

Family: Agbimuddin hungry but safe in Sabah
MARCH 08, 2013

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Jacel (left) said women and children are being shot indiscriminately. – File pic

MANILA, March 8 — Rebel leader Agbimuddin Kiram’s family told local media that Agbimuddin and his band of rebels are safe in Lahad Datu, although they are now suffering from hunger because of constantly evading Malaysian security forces’ relentless assault, the Philippine Daily Inquirer reported today.

The Inquirer reported that Abraham Idjirani, spokesperson of Sultan Jamalul Kiram III, also confirmed that members of the Kirams’  Royal Security Forces have “regrouped”.

“They are constantly moving, not by boat, not by any means of transportation but by themselves.… They are on foot.… They are suffering from hunger,” Idjirani said at a press conference.

The report also said Idjirani was able to talk to Agbimuddin at around 2:30pm today.

Earlier, Jamalul Kiram’s daughter, Jacel Kiram, told the media that her uncle was safe in Lahad Datu but lambasted what she described as “maximum violence” unleashed by the Malaysian police and military.

“I was able to speak to one woman (in Tawi-Tawi) who kept on crying because she said children and women were being shot. While there was a call for maximum tolerance, there is indiscriminate firing (by the Malaysians).

“Maximum violence is what is happening.

“The instruction for them is to be always on the defensive, just be ready for any assault or attack. Just defense, no attack,” she said.

“Unfortunately, Malaysia is emboldened and decided to finish off the Filipinos in Sabah. It is clear that the government of PNoy  is very much in support of the Malaysian government.

“We pray and hope the President’s being Filipino would prevail so that he would address the situation in Sabah.”

She added that the fighting in Lahad Datu could not have happened had the emissaries of Malacanang been “efficient and effective.”

“What we need is to talk because if they really want to resolve this peacefully, our government should prove that. We want to talk if Malaysia wants to end this peacefully. We want to talk, but why don’t they want to talk to us?” Jacel was quoted as saying.

The Philippine Daily Inquirer also stated that Agbimuddin told Idjirani to ask the media’s help in “influencing Malaysia to follow the call of the United Nations to take heed of sobriety and dialogue with the Sultanate of Sulu.”
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QUOTE(keown83 @ Mar 8 2013, 09:04 PM)
well, there's a concerned that this Sabah-Sulu Crisis will be prolonged as they said aerial bombing bombing as power projection will only give advantage for a certain time before Sulu army start their revenge...they took indonesian & vietnam crisis as an example

even though I am sure the chances for it to happen are minimal as Malaysia still continuing their effort in pioneering peace treaty between Philippine-Bangsamoro, I will still not underestimate the threat
what do u think, guys?
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We have little choice. either risk this, or submit to their demand. There's also risk that Philipines may be drag into this mess either with or against us. there's considerable pressure upon Aquino right now to intervene in Sabah. I heard from my source that PAF have already reinforced their air units in Zamboanga.
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Its just training but give you a 'idea' what it was like from the sky
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since we gont no photos of the jets bombing here is what it MIGHT be like
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eh eh princess hot already, so take off tudung awhile.

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I didnt know Sulu can speak Mexican Spanish.
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they can. the philippines is a former spanish colony. I have lived in Sabah prior for a few decades and I can say that the many filipinos I've come across while living there know at least basic spanish.
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lol.
malaysian insider. trust more outsider. ironic. sos oso somewhat unconfirmed. especially on the part where kiram able to talk to agibmuddin. kiram should show us proof he communicating to agibmuddin. or else hearsay only. but anyway al-fatihah to both sides that become victims in this mess.
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I think they are only quoting.. you know.. repost

but Jacel and Jamalul is talking blatant lies. Dont play your stupid dirty lies card against Malaysians, keep it to your fight againts the Phil gov.
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QUOTE(Kampung2005 @ Mar 8 2013, 09:04 PM)
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yup, we will kill every single 1 of terrorist.
until they don't even dare to step foot on Sabah.

QUOTE(keown83 @ Mar 8 2013, 09:04 PM)
well, there's a concerned that this Sabah-Sulu Crisis will be prolonged as they said aerial bombing bombing as power projection will only give advantage for a certain time before Sulu army start their revenge...they took indonesian & vietnam crisis as an example

even though I am sure the chances for it to happen are minimal as Malaysia still continuing their effort in pioneering peace treaty between Philippine-Bangsamoro, I will still not underestimate the threat
what do u think, guys?
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Currently we are doing full hunting all over Sabah including possible mole to launched such attack or to be said involve in.
an increase in military present in several areas as being stated by the PM will fortified over grip and control over the security matter in long term.
it is sad we now only took the initiative to do such things a lesson that we did not learn from the abu sayaf incident.
MMEA is being say to increase its operation there even more.
As for police I hope they able to get more bullet proof vest, armor vehicle like the gurkha LAPV.

I think every1 in the security force is eager for revenge on the thing that did in semporna.
We are not fully rely on air strike.
the tuesday attack is a signal an intend to show power and a serious on how we dealt with terrorist.
Many of the terrorist supporter seem to be back off after we start labeling them as terrorist and seeing such scale off attack.

at least that what I'm think.
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QUOTE(MrUbikeledek @ Mar 8 2013, 09:14 PM)
We have little choice. either risk this, or submit to their demand. There's also risk that Philipines may be drag into this mess either with or against us. there's considerable pressure upon Aquino right now to intervene in Sabah. I heard from my source that PAF have already reinforced their air units in Zamboanga.
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You're ignoring the realities of the geopolitical atmosphere in SEA. No sane country would intervene to save a bunch of terrorist wanna-bes. Not if you want to be taken seriously by your neighbours.
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