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Bangsamoro Basic Law: Why Phil. Gov’t Is Wrong in Advocating It

Tragic is an understatement, if you will describe the demise of 44 PNP-SAF members who were sent to Mindanao to serve a warrant of arrest to two alleged terrorists is all over the news for the past week. You can see different people posting all sorts reactions and emotions – ranging from disbelief to sadness – on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other social networks. Now, everyone is wondering: What really happened that day? 

On Sunday, January 25, 2015, three platoons of the elite SAF (Special Action Force) of the PNP (Philippine National Police) were sent to Tukanalipao in Mindanao – a place believed to be a guerilla enclave. Their mission was to serve a warrant of rest to a high-ranking Jemah Islamiya explosives expert Zulkifli Bin Hir aka Marwan and Basit Usman. However, the SAF troops were intercepted by 300 members of the MILF (Moro-Islamic Liberation Front) and BIFF (Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters). What happened next will forever be etched in the minds of the remaining members of the PNP-SAF unit, which was composed of 70 specially trained police officers