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  • amelius23

    Zamboaga City will not be overcome by renegade and misguided Muslim rebels under Nur Misuari who was given the opportunity before to lead ARMM and serve the well being of his Muslim brothers but did not put into good use one golden opportunity for him to serve his people. Now, the madness of a man who wanted to placate the misery and sufferings of his long awaiting Muslim brothers the arrival of a true Messiah for them. There will be more Nur Misuari to come who will falsely represent the noble cause of our Muslims in Mindanao to perdition.

  • kokak

    If prayer really works, the Philippines should have been the most progressive and peaceful nation on earth. But we’re not. Or is it because we’d rather pray than act.
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  • Alex Alvarez

    Pray does not work! God cannot grant your prayers for peace.



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