18 June 2024
The Philippines destroyed two terrorist oligarchs in Marawi 3

The Philippines destroyed two terrorist oligarchs in Marawi 3

(Dan Tri) - Two oligarch rebels belonging to the Maute terrorist group affiliated with the Islamic State (IS) were destroyed by the Philippine army in a fierce fight to wipe out rebels in Marawi city, southern Vietnam.

(Dan Tri) – Two oligarch rebels belonging to the Maute terrorist group affiliated with the Islamic State (IS) were destroyed by the Philippine army in a fierce fight to wipe out rebels in Marawi city, southern Vietnam.

On October 16, AP quoted Philippine officials confirming that two rebels, Isnilon Hapilon and Omarkhayam Maute, were killed in a gun battle between military forces and the pro-IS Maute terrorist group.

An unnamed Philippine official said the bodies of these two people had been found, but the military had not yet made an official announcement.

According to the Guardian, the attack on October 16 rescued at least 17 hostages, including women and children.

Isnilon Hapilon’s name in the US wanted notice (Photo: Guardian)

Isnilon Hapilon is a terrorist wanted by the US with a $5 million bounty to destroy, while Omarkhayam Maute is a leader of the Maute rebels.

These two men are believed to be among the group of masterminds behind the bloody attack on Mariwi city at the end of May. They helped spark a four-month conflict in Marawi, killing more than 1,000 people.

The war on terror in Marawi is about to end

The Philippines destroyed two terrorist oligarchs in Marawi

Smoke rises from the Philippine military’s airstrike on the Maute terrorist group’s lair in Mariwi last month.

The fighting on October 16 took place immediately after an airstrike on the base of the Maute terrorist group in Marawi city on October 15.

The air strikes were intended to deliver the final blow to end the more than four-month war of terror in Marawi.

Colonel Romeo Brawner, deputy commander of the Counter-Terrorism Task Force, said: `We hope to be able to end this war soon.`

In the war on terrorism, US forces provided bombing support, while Philippine army ground forces attacked relentlessly to reclaim most of Marawi territory occupied by rebels.

According to Mr. Brawner, there are still nearly 40 rebels hiding in disputed areas in Marawi.

“Women and children are being forced to fight.

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According to Straits Times

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