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SHOCKING ► You Won’t Believe What The Teenage Soldiers Under the Maute Group Does To Civilians!

Whoever wins and whoever loses, war is hell. The reality of the situation in Marawi is that no matter who comes out on top, the government forces and the Maute Group to be exact, the civilians are the ones who will have suffered the most. The civilians are the people who will have to watch out for bullets, they are the one who will have their houses destroyed, and they are the ones who will be displaced or forced to rebuild in the aftermath.
Here’s what we know: the Maute Group has laid siege to Marawi and they have established a foothold in the city. They are NOT affiliated with the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) but it’s obvious that these people are big fans of the notorious international terrorist group. Some speculation has arisen that says the Maute Group attacked Marawi as a way to court the favor of ISIS.
To battle this threat, President Rodrigo Duterte has declared Martial Law over the whole island of Mindanao. The death toll continues to rise for both sides. Unfortunately, this includes civilians who are caught in the crossfire.
Innocent civilians are being terrorized and there are plenty of them have been captured by the Maute group. A recent story is now circulating online featuring teenage soldiers under the Maute Group. Allegedly, these teenage soldiers have sadistic tendencies and civilians are the ones who suffered the most.
Here’s what they do; they ask civilians to recite a verse from the Quran. If you can’t, you’re dead. As of now, about 50,000 civilians have already left the City and there are about 2000 more trapped in various parts of the city.
he efforts of the government to retake the city are ongoing and all we can do for now is to pray for Marawi and to prepare to give relief to the civilians who were affected by the conflict.
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