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Civic leader and peace advocate Yusoph Mando speaks to delegates who arrived in Zamboaonag City for the orientation and membership seminar conducted by the PRD National Volunteers Foundation in partnership with the National Interfaith Council of the Philippines and Kapatiran Kristiyano at Muslim-Pilipino Nagkakaisa para kay Duterte held Thursday, January 5, 2017 in Zamboanga City. (Mindanao Examiner Photo) ZAMBOANGA CITY – Over 200 delegates from the Muslim autonomous region and Western Mindanao gathered here recently for an orientation and membership seminar conducted by the PRD National Volunteers Foundation (PRRDNVF) in partnership with the National Interfaith Council of the Philippines (NICOPHIL) headed by Bishop Ruben O. Lambojon, and Kapatiran Kristiyano at Muslim-Pilipino Nagkakaisa para kay Duterte (KAKAMPI NI DUTERTE) led by Chuck Salapuddin, its Secretary-General, two of the parallel groups that supported the presidential campaign of the former Davao City mayor. The delegates came all the way from the Basilan, Sulu, Tawi-Tawi, Maguindanao, and Lanao del Sur, including Lamitan and Isabela cities in the autonomous region and Zamboanga Sibugay,

Zamboanga del Sur and Zamboanga del Norte. The seminar was held at the Marcian Business Hotel. Aside from the orientation for the new volunteers for PRRDNVF, the gathering was also intended to promote understanding on different programs of the Duterte administration and to show strong support for President Rodrigo Duterte against any ouster plot by the opposition. The participating delegates have been selected based on their demonstrated leadership skills and commitment on anti-drug campaign, corruption and criminality as well as terrorism which are the core programs of the Duterte administration. Organizers said through seminar such as this, the delegates gained a better understanding of various government programs and activities aimed at uplifting the welfare of the Filipino people. Continue on page 3

Screen shot from the MILF video of the execution of 3 men found guilty of murder in Lanao del Sur in the Muslim autonomous region in southern Philippines. (Mindanao Examiner)

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Police, military in heightened alert after death of jihadist leader GENERAL SANTOS CITY – Security forces have been placed in heightened alert in southern Philippines following the killing of senior jihadist leader whose group is blamed for deadly attacks in the restive region. Officials said soldiers and policemen tightened security in populated areas and doubled its patrol in Mindanao for fear that jihadists would strike at civilian areas to avenge the death of Mohd

Ansarul Khilafah leader Mohammad Jaafar Sabiwang Maguid.

Hunt continues for escaped prisoners

Sayyafs now operate in Basilan sea BASILAN – Abu Sayyaf rebels have struck fear among sailors following a daring attack on a cargo ship off Basilan province in the Muslim autonomous region. Just last week, Abu Sayyaf rebels tried, but failed to hijack a Philippine cargo ship while sailing off Basilan. The gunmen, on board two speedboats, attacked the vessel Ocean Kingdom off Sibago Island

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while on its way to Davao City to deliver its cargo. A Filipino sailor from another vessel nearby said they received a distress call from MV Ocean Kindom. “Just in (in our VHF radio): Mayday, Mayday, Mayday this is MV Ocean Kingdom, we are under piracy attacks in the vicinity of Sibago Island,” the sailor, Jefry Abales, wrote on his Facebook page. Continue on page 2

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Jaafar Maguid, leader of the Ansarul Khilafah, who was slain January 5. Three of his followers were also captured by security forces. Maguid was tracked down by commandos at a beachfront in the village of Katubao in Sarangani’s Kiamba town. The 32-year old Maguid was in a car when soldiers and police commandos cornered them and eventually killed the Continue on page 2

KIDAPAWAN CITY – Police and military forces have continued their hunt for over 100 prisoners who bolted the North Cotabato District Jail last week after suspected Moro Islamic Liberation Front rebels stormed the facility and sprung their members. The attackers overpowered the ill-equipped A guard at the North Cotabato District Jail in Kidapawan guards, but at least 7 people were killed from the City watches over a group of prisoners following a deadly raid, blamed by authorities to rebel leader Esmael rebel raid at the facility last week. (Mindanao Examiner “Derby” Nasser. Photo - Mark Navales) Continue on page 2

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MILF executes 3 men by musketry in Lanao Sur Continued fr om page 1 from They chanted “Allahu Akbar” many times as they untied the three men after shooting them. All of the men were still breathing as they lay to the ground, but eventually expired from bullet wounds in the chest. Dozens of rebels also witnessed the execution. The 10-minute clip was posted by Abu Haneef Tabarusaw. It was unknown when the execution took place and where, but comments left by those who watched the video claimed the firing squad occurred in the town called

Balindong after the trio had been found guilty by a rebel court and sentenced them to die by musketry. The death sentence was handed down to prevent a clan war between the families of the men and their victims. Clan war is not uncommon in the Muslim region. One comment reads: “Ang kasalanan po ng mga namatay ay nakapatay po ng tao. Dahil hindi sila napatawad ng pamilya ng pinatay nila ay kamatayan rin po ang kabayaran. Ang isa po dun (ay) para maiwasan lumala pa ang

rido (clan war).” It was not the first time the MILF executed criminals found guilty by their Shariah court. The rebel group also publicly hanged 3 men in the restive regions in the past. There was no immediate statement from the authorities, but the clip has gone viral after it was shared on Facebook on January 3. The MILF, which is fighting for a Muslim homeland in the troubled South, signed an interim peace deal with the Aquino government in 2014. (Mindanao Examiner)

Police, military in heightened alert after death of jihadist leader C ontinued fr om page 1 from feared jihadist leader who had previously pledged allegiance to the Islamic State along with other rebel groups which are all fighting for the establishment of a Islamic caliphate in the restive Filipino region. Officials did not say how security forces managed to track down Maguid or whether it got help or intelligence from the Moro Islamic Libera-

tion Front which signed an interim peace deal with Manila in 2014. His killing raised a serious security concern not only in Mindanao, but also in the Philippine capital. Interior Secretary Ismael Sueno said jihadists may launch terror attacks to avenge Maguid’s killing. He said there were intelligence reports that jihadists from the group of Abdullah Maute may strike in Manila.

The Ansarul Khilafah also released last year a video of the Islamic State’s Alhayat Media Center which shows the Philippines as among countries in Southeast Asia they were planning to expand its caliphate. It is now using the Daesh flag just as the Abu Sayyaf and the Khilafah Islamiyah Movement and other radical groups in Mindanao. (Mindanao Examiner)

Hunt continues for escaped prisoners Continued fr om page 1 from His group, armed with anti-tank rockets and automatic weapons clashed with jail guard and killed one of them – Excell Rey Vicedo – before freeing some rebels accused as behind several deadly bombings in the province. Other prisoners took advantage of the raid and escaped, but security forces were pursuing them. One village official, Satar

Manalundong, was reportedly killed by policemen after some of the prisoners allegedly ran in his house. Manalundong, a member of the MILF, was said to have fought with policemen, but his family denied this and claimed he was shot dead by members of the Special Action Force. Three other people, including a prisoner, were also killed in the violence. The MILF, which

signed an interim peace deal with Manila in 2014, did not issue any official statement or whether the raiders were members of the rebel group. Police and military, and even the provincial government also did not give their statement on the raid, but the jail had been attacked by rebels in previous years and also freed their prisoners. (With reports from Rhoderick Beñez and Mark Navales.)

Screen shots from the MILF video of the execution of 3 men found guilty of murder in Lanao del Sur in the Muslim autonomous region in southern Philippines. It also shows MILF leader Abdullah Macapaar. (Mindanao Examiner)

Sayyafs now operate in Basilan sea

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Continued fr om page 1 from He said their ship was just 3 miles from MV Ocean Kingdom and also heading to Davao City when they received the frantic call from the vessel. He added the MV Ocean Kingdom managed to sail away from the attackers. “Na anghelan gyud mi aning Barkoha. Kasabay ra namo na nga Barko ganeha around 1400hrs kay pareha ra namog destination underway to Davao from Zamboanga City pud sila, naka overtake lang sila kay kusog2 gamay mudagan ilang barko. Balik mis among agi for means of safety. Wala ka onboard ang pirates sa ila kay habog ilang barko, na buslot2 ra ilang barko kay ge pusil2 sa mga Pirata.” “Salamat Lord gepa una gyud nemo tong Habog2 nga Barko para maka anghel kanamo igo

ra raba unta ni ambakon sa pirate ning amo. Naka buntot rami anang barkoha 3 miles away ra mi anang MV Ocean Kingdom pag ataki sa pirates sa ila. Thanks God walay injured pud sa ila.” Security forces alerted by the attack rushed to the area and secured the cargo boat owned by Oceanic Shipping Lines. It was the second cargo ship attacked by rebels off Basilan since November last year. Abu Sayyaf fighters also hijacked a Vietnamese cargo ship and seized 6 crewmen, including its captain in a daring attack November 11 that left one sailor wounded. The ship, MV Royal 16, was sailing off the province when 10 gunmen on a speedboat intercepted it off Sibago Island and boarded the vessel and abducted the crewmen. Another Filipino cargo

ship, MV Lorcon Iloilo, passing near Basilan rescued the wounded sailor and provided him first aid. The Abu Sayyaf is also holding over a dozen Malaysian and Indonesian sailors in the restive region. President Rodrigo Duterte, who visited Kuala Lumpur last year, has allowed Malaysia to enter the country’s southern border in hot pursuit of Abu Sayyaf rebels and kidnap gangs following the slew of ransom kidnappings in Sabah just near the Muslim province of Tawi-Tawi. Manila also allowed Indonesia to do the same following the spate of Abu Sayyaf attacks on its tugboats in Sabah and Tawi-Tawi. The Philippines has joint border patrol agreements with both Malaysia and Indonesia. (Mindanao Examiner)


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AUTONOMOUS REGION IN MUSLIM MINDANAO Province of Sulu MUNICIPALITY OF TALIPAO BIDS AND AWARDS COMMITTEE

Office of the BAC Chairman INVIT ATION TO BID INVITA (ITB 2016-12) Y DE VEL OPMENT PR OJECT S PRIORIT PRIORITY DEVEL VELOPMENT PROJECT OJECTS

(Funded by the 20% Development Fund of the LGU) The Municipal Government of Talipao through its Bids and Awards Committee (BAC) Invites Interested suppliers/ manufacturers/distributors/contractors to bid for the following: AIP Refer ence eference Code 60-1

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4. Samak Elementary School

2. Panglima Karimuddin E.S

5. Buroh Elementary School

7,600,000.00

3. Talipao National High School (Main) 30-2

Construction of 150m. Pathways at Tuyang Elementary School

400,000.00

60-2

Community-Based Infrastructure Program (CBIP)

6,600,000.00

Construction of Community Priority-Based Infrastructure Support facilities 80-1

Municipal Road Rehabilitation and Maintenance Project

4,700,000.00

Repair and Maintenance of various Municipal and Barangay Roads 10-1

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Purchase of Appropriate Engineering Equipment

400,000.00

Purchase of one (1) unit Generator Power Set 60-3

Construction of Pathways and Sidewalks along Poblacion area

1,200,000.00

80-2

Establishment of 1 hectare Municipal Waste Disposal Facility

1,390,510.60

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Municipal Tourism Infrastructure Project

800,000.00

40-1

Construction of 1-Storey Unit Birthing Home

1,440,000.00

60-4

Repair and Maintenance of Talipao Level II Type Potable Water Supply System:

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Continued fr om page 1 from PRRDNVF together with NICOPHIL and KAKAMPI NI DUTERTE have created a professional exchange to increase the delegate's understanding of the roles of Duterte government in addressing the drug menace in the country and corruption in government. The seminar, organizers said, is designed to enhance understanding and capabilities for volunteerism among the peace-loving Filipinos, especially the youth by developing a network of leaders and volunteers in Mindanao who overwhelmingly supported and continue to support the presidency of Duterte whatever happens. Since its organization by NICOPHIL and KAKAMPI NI DUTERTER,

the PRRDNVF has enabled over a million current and future volunteers to protect the presidency of Duterte and help government in its anti-drug and corruption campaigns, among others. PRRDNVF currently operates activities and plans for volunteers not only in Mindanao, but from all over the country. At the end of the seminar, the participants have endorsed the appointment of civic leader Yusoph Mando to the National Commission on Muslim Filipinos (NCMF) as its Secretary. Bishop Ruben O. Lambojon, NICOPHIL Chairman and President; and Chandler Salappudin, Secretary General of the KAKAMPI NI DUTERTE, also praised and endorsed Mando. In a letter dated January

5 and addressed to President Duterte, they said Mando - a native of Basilan and member of the indigenous Yakan tribe - is the most qualified Muslim to head the NCMF as its Secretary. They said Mando, as a peace advocate, respected businessman and an interfaith leader, “has done it all.” “In all he does, Brother Mando exemplifies honesty, religious tolerance and public service. Brother Mando will use those sterling qualities to create a better NCMF that is responsive to the needs of the Filipino Muslims and even non-Muslim as well. Brother Mando needs you Mr. President and we, from Mindanao, need Brother Mando,” they said in the signed letter. (Mindanao Examiner)

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AUTONOMOUS REGION IN MUSLIM MINDANAO Province of Sulu MUNICIPALITY OF TALIPAO BIDS AND AWARDS COMMITTEE

Office of the BAC Chairman INVIT ATION TO BID INVITA (ITB 2016-12) 5% GAD and MDRRM F und Fund

The Municipal Government of Talipao through its Bids and Awards Committee (BAC) Invites Interested suppliers/ manufacturers/distributors/contractors for (Goods and Services) to bid for the following: Funds

Progr am/P ctivity D escr iption ogram/P am/Prroject/A oject/Activity Descr escription

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1. Need to strengthen Family and Community Support Program in the Barangay.

5,342,078.67

2. Presence of Home Childbirth Deliveries and Higher risk of complications among Mother and New Born 3. GAD issues and concern related programs and activity in the Municipality 1%

Local Children Protection Program

1,764,525.53

1%

Senior Citizens/PWDs Program

1,776,651.05

Bidding will be conducted through open competitive bidding procedures using non-discretionary pass/fail criteria as specified in the revised IRR of RA No. 9184, otherwise known as the ‘Government Procurement Reform Act’. All particular relative to Eligibility Statement and Screening, Bid Security, Performance Security, Pre-Bidding Conference, Evaluation of Bids, Post-Qualification and Award of Contract shall be governed by the pertinent provisions of the revised IRR of RA No. 9184 dated. Interested bidder may obtain information from BAC Secretary, Engineer’s Office. Request of a copy of Bidding Document from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm excluding Saturday and Sunday. The complete schedule of activities is listed, as follows: Activities

Schedule

1. Issuance and availability of Documents

December 16, 2016

2. Pre-bid Conference

January 16, 2017

3. Submission and opening of Bids

January 30, 2017

4. Opening of Bids

February 6, 2017

The Local Government Unit of Talipao, Sulu reserves the right to accept or reject any bid, to annul the bidding process and reject all bids at any time prior to contract award, without thereby incurring any liability to the bidder or bidders. For further information, please refer to: The M unicipal G over nment of Talipao ulu Municipal Go ernment alipao,, S Sulu

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RECIPE: Pork Tenderloin Salpicao

INGREDIENT S: INGREDIENTS:

– 1 lb. pork tenderloin – 5 to 7 cloves garlic, crushed – ¼ cup extra virgin olive oil – ½ teaspoon salt

– ¼ teaspoon ground black pepper – 2 tablespoons unsalted butter – 5 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce – 2 tablespoons oyster sauce

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1) Slice the pork tenderloin into cubes. Set aside. 2) Combine olive oil, salt, and ground black pepper. Stir and then add the crushed garlic. Mix well. 3) Put the cubed pork in a bowl and pour the olive oil mixture, but strain the garlic using a fork or spoon (we will cook the garlic separately). Fold the pork and make sure that all are coated with olive oil. Let it stay for 20 to 30 minutes. This will let the pork absorb the oil along with the flavors infused in it. 4) Heat a pan. Once hot, add the garlic with the remaining oil. Cook until it turns brown. You may add up to 1 teaspoon of oil if needed (do this only if you think that more oil is needed to cook the garlic). Transfer the browned garlic in a bowl. 5) Continue to heat the pan with the remaining oil. Add the oil-marinated pork (including the oil). Stir-fry (in high heat) until the pork turns brown. 6) Add half of the browned garlic. Stir. Add the Worcestershire sauce and oyster sauce. Continue to cook in high heat until the sauce completely evaporates. 7) Add the butter. Continue to cook until it melts. 8) Transfer to a serving plate. Top with remaining garlic. 9) Serve. Share and enjoy! (http://www.panlasangpinoy.com)


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Thousands show up in Bohol drug symposium, Jesus Miracle Crusade takes center stage BOHOL – Thousands of mostly students and teachers and citiz ens hav e attended and par ticipated one of the citizens have participated biggest dr ug symposia conducted b y the influential drug by Jesus M ir acle C nter national M inistr y or JMCIM Mir iracle Crrusade IInter nternational Ministr inistry in centr al P hilippines Philippines hilippines.. central Dozens of members of and local government offithe JMCIM led by prayer cials and the public, warrior Danny Cuarteros especially at a time that the government and wife Sister Jeany trav- Duterte elled all the way from launched the second phase Tuguegarao City in of its war against illegal Cagayan province in drugs dubbed as “Oplan northern Philippines in Taphang” which literally bad weather just to be able means “Operational Plan to hold the symposium in Tapok-Hangyo” Oplan Taphang aims to Bohol province for the gather support from the benefit of the students. The symposium – public to help the police in held at the Mayor Pablo O. its anti-drugs and antiLim Memorial Astrodome criminality campaign in the - was in coordination and country. The group of partnership with the De- Brother Cuarteros has conpartment of Education ducted tens of dozens of and other stakeholders in crusades and drug symposium across northern Bohol. Valencia town Vice Philippines in recent Mayor Jorge Buslon also months, and played a key attended the drug sympo- role in other religious activisium and gave an ties in the country and inspiring message to the abroad. The Philippine National huge crowd – students and teachers from Grades 7 to Police, Armed Forces of the 11 of the Valencia Techni- Philippines and national cal High School headed by government officials, including lawmakers and Principal Jonas Gabutan. Brother Cuarteros’ armed partisan groups, daughter, Sister Angel, was have publicly praised one of the lecturers in the JMCIM for its religious and symposium and she talked active advocacy in various about drug awareness and issues. “Hallelujah, praise the prevention. The Jesus Miracle Crusade Choir lord, through the leading also held a peace concert. prayers of our beloved and The symposium, honorable Evangelist Pastor dubbed “Holding Nothing Wilde E. Almeda, the end Back,” was a big success, time prophet of God, we are according to Brother victorious in Jesus name,” Cuarteros, following the Brother Cuarteros said, rewarm reception and hos- ferring to the JMCIM pitality of the host school founder. (Cebu Examiner)

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Scenes from the Jesus Miracle Crusade International Ministry drug symposium in Valencia town in the central Philippine province of Bohol on January 3, 2017. Also in the photos are Valencia town Vice Mayor Jorge Buslon, Valencia Technical High School headed by Principal Jonas Gabutan, Sister Jeany Cuarteros and daughter Angel Cuarteros and teachers from the Valencia Technical High School.

Filipinos envision better living in 2040 CEBU CITY - A recent survey has revealed that majority of the Filipinos see a predominantly middle class society where no one is poor in the year 2040. During the recent launching of “Ambisyon Natin 2040”, National Economic Development Authority (NEDA) Regional Director Efren Carreon reported highlights of the survey on the Filipinos' vision for themselves and the country in the next 25 years. Accordingly, Filipinos remain positive that by 2040 there will be no poor

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as there will be majority middle income families. Filipinos then will enjoy long and healthy lives, are smart and innovative and will live in a high trust society. On the other hand, by 2040, Filipinos envision themselves to be living a stable and comfortable lifestyle, secure in the knowledge that there is enough for their daily needs and expected expenses. They also see themselves to be able to plan and prepare for their children’s future and the families live in a place they own. Other than that, they will also have the freedom to go where they desire and are protected by a clean, efficient and fair government. Carreon said these were the results of the recent survey which covered both male and female from 15 to 50 years old from all income ranges in the entire Philip-

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pines. He said the results are necessary in the crafting of government policies as many of the agencies are bound to craft new plans. “It will be best if the plans, which are strategies, will take into consideration the visions of the Filipinos, long term included since 2040 will cover four administrations,” Carreon said. The survey covers ideals on housing, education, priority sectors, transportation, health and communication. Carreon cited as an example, the finding that 62 percent of the respondents view simple and comfortable life to owning a car, while there are only 23 percent who prefer moving through public transport system. “This means, it’s time for the concerned agencies to think of the best reliable and convenient public

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transport system if they want to solve the problem on traffic, imagine in Bohol alone 200 cars are sold every month,” Carreon said. Another component of having a simple and comfortable life is to live in a small house with a big lot, as preferred by 70 percent of the respondents. Only 14 percent wants to live in a big house in a small lot. Majority also preferred to live within the city they are working in, 30 percent prefer to live in the town center while 29 percent prefer to live in a small city in the province. Carreon said these are merely visions and ideals, and it is now up to the agencies both private and public to strategize for the plans. He urged the media and the information officers of the different line agencies to help in relaying the visions to the public. (Ferliza Contratista)

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