Tell It To Sunstar: No to bombings, no to martial law
AN overwhelming sentiment against aerial bombings, government neglect, and military rule dominates the findings of the National Interfaith Humanitarian Mission held on June 13-15 in Iligan City, Lanao del Norte and Lanao del Sur.
“We are presenting a concrete face of martial law,” said Aida Ibrahim, spokesperson of Kalinaw Mindanao, the network organizing the mission. “This is not an abstract declaration on paper, not a simple discussion of legal bases and opinions. This is martial law on the ground–the effects on the civilian populations, not mere arbitrary arguments.”
Source: Local News
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