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ISIS na Filipinach - Redux (55)

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A portrait of Captain Ron Villarosa of the Public Affairs Office of the 103rd Brigade He overseas the "Maute-ISIS" reintegration program in Marawi city. He said that if ISIS can create terrorists, Filipinos can undo the terrorism".
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Norma and Benjamin Romuros outside the temporary home built by the government for the displaced people of Marawi. February 27, 2019.
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Private first class Bacus in one of their rounds at the temporary housing for the internally displaced people of Marawi City, Philippines, February 27, 2019.
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Miss Johaima and her fellow teachers outside their makeshift classrooms for displaced students from the ground zero in Marawi City, Philippines, February 27, 2019.
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Johaima, 32 years old teaches in the temporary school built outside the destroyed city. She also lost her home in the siege.
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Text message between Princess and her student who joined the ISIS inspired group. She asked her former student why he joined the group and he replied that he was not able to leave the city when the war broke so he just joined them.
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A child watches a class in a temporary classroom for evacuees of the war outside the ground zero of Marawi City.
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Temporary housing built by the government for the displaced locals of Marawi city, Philippines, February 27, 2019.
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Temporary housing built by the government for the displaced locals of Marawi city, Philippines, February 27, 2019.
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Norma and her children inside their temporary home. She gave birth to her 12th and youngest child Rawda when the war broke out.
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Johaima and her students after class in the temporary school built outside the destroyed city of Marawi.
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Students of Miss Johaima during their class in their makeshift classroom for displaced students from the ground zero in Marawi City, Philippines, February 27, 2019.
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Johaima, 32 years old, teacher lost her home in the ground zero. One of her students joined the ISIS inspired group during the war.
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Private first class Oguid checked a hole used by the ISIS fighters to insert their guns in a make shift tunnel in Marawi city.
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A photo of a student in one of the schools in the ground zero in Marawi City.
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Private first class Bacus checked the damage inside Saint Mary's Cathedral in the ground zero. He is a Catholic but he said that the war is not about religion. He feels that the reintegration program for ISIS returnees might hurt the morale of some soldiers especially the family of those who died in the battle.
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Statues of Saints destroyed by ISIS inspired group in Saint Mary's Cathedral. They posted a video after they launched an attack in the church.
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The ruins of Marawi city.
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A soldier walks in the empty street of Marawi city.
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Inside the cathedral of Saint Mary's in Marawi City, a Catholic church ruined by war.
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One of the widows of ISIS fighters during the reintegration program of the Philippine military.
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Private first class Oguid and Bacus sits outside a destroyed school inside the ground zero of Marawi City.
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A make shift tunnel in one of the schools used by the ISIS inspired group to hide, in Marawi City.
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One of the destroyed classrooms in the siege between ISIS inspired Maute group and government forces in Marawi City, Philippines, February, 26, 2019.
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Private first class Bacus checked the destroyed saint effigies inside the St. Mary's Cathedral in Marawi City, Philippines, February 26, 2019.
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Alnor, (not his real name) 11 year old from Lanao Del Sur joined the ISIS inspired group only in 2018 after the siege. He is just following his father who is a member. He said that he is in and out of the camp in a forest and doesn't know what the group does. He surrendered because he wants his normal life back. The military summoned him and his mother because the initial report that he is an adult.
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Remains of an IED, a makeshift bomb used by the ISIS inspired group inside one of the schools destroyed in the siege in Marawi City, Philippines, February 26, 2019.
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Namrayda, 32 year old is the mother of Alnor. She said that her husband only joined the Isis inspired group in 2016 because he is running away from loan sharks when their business failed. Being a member of ISIS gave him a notoriety and the loan sharks stop bothering them. She said that she can not stop her husband and son from joining the "blacks" (ISIS) and is scared that her cousins who are still on the run will get back to them once they find out about their surrender.
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Namrayda, 32 year old is the mother of Alnor. She said that her husband only joined the Isis inspired group in 2016 because he is running away from loan sharks when their business failed. Being a member of ISIS gave him a notoriety and the loan sharks stop bothering them. She said that she can not stop her husband and son from joining the "blacks" (ISIS) and is scared that her cousins who are still on the run will get back to them once they find out about their surrender.
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Ben (not his real name) 20 year old from Lanao Del Sur joined the ISIS inspired group when he was 18 year old. His brother is also a member and died in the early encounters. He said that he only joined because he relates to their struggle. He said that he learned to shoot on their way to an ambush in one of the military check points. He left the group when he saw the destruction in the ground zero. He have not seen his brothers body.
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Abo (not his real name) 26 years old from Piagapo, Lanao Del Sur joined in April 2015. He said that a man named Abu Dhar recruited him in a masjid with a promise of paradise and money. He surrendered because he can not go out and his relatives are scared of him. He wants a normal life with his children.
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Razul, (not his real name) 29 years old from Piagapo, Lanao Del Sur joined the ISIS inspired Maute group in April, 2015. He was a farmer and was frustrated with their situation. He said that farming is getting harder. A man named Guro Abu Akhmad came to the mosque and recruited him. He promised Razul that if they win, they will be rich once they take control of Marawi City. They will build their own government and if they die in Jihad, they will go to paradise. He was one of only two in his group that was able to leave during the siege. He surrendered because he received a threat from one of the remaining members of the ISIS inspired group.
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Razul, (not his real name) 29 years old from Piagapo, Lanao Del Sur joined the ISIS inspired Maute group in April, 2015. He was a farmer and was frustrated with their situation. He said that farming is getting harder. A man named Guro Abu Akhmad came to the mosque and recruited him. He promised Razul that if they win, they will be rich once they take control of Marawi City. They will build their own government and if they die in Jihad, they will go to paradise. He surrendered because he received a threat from one of the remaining members of the ISIS inspired group.
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Aznur, 17 year old from Lanao Del Sur joined the ISIS inspired Maute group in 2015. He was just 14 years old and the eldest of 12 children. His father is a farmer and he said that he took him to the farm daily. He told me that he joined ISIS because he wants to eat three times a day and learn the Quran. His job during the siege is to bring food to older members.
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A wanted sign for Abu Akmad, one of the leaders of ISIS Philippines.
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Pages of a burned Quran inside a mosque in Marawi City.
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Private first class Bacus looks at whats left in Marawi City now called the ground zero.
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A soldier on top of the ruins of the Grand Mosque in Marawi City, Philippines, February 25, 2019.
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The remains of the Islamic Center of Marawi City. February 25, 2019.
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Children sit outside a house with "I Love Pig" and "ISIS" graffiti.
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The remains of the Islamic Center of Marawi City.
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Internally displaced people of Marawi city wait for relief goods to be distributed from the government.
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Private first class Bacus checked the damage inside the main mosque in Marawi City.
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Alnor, 17 years old, joined ISIS inspired group in 2015. Background is the wanted ISIS member list of the military.
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A logbook inside the remains of the mosque inside the ground zero in Marawi city.
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A teddy bear hanging in one of the ruined houses in the ground zero of Marawi City.
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Graffiti on a wall says "ISIS City" in Marawi, Philippines on December 29, 2017. The war in Marawi between the ISIS inspired Maute group and the military lasted for months in 2016 and destroyed the Islamic city of the Philippines.
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School Principal Dikibirun poses for a portrait in one of the classrooms destroyed by bombs in one of the fights between the ISIS inspired Maute rebels and the military. The schools were never rebuilt. The war in Marawi between the ISIS inspired Maute group and the military lasted for months in 2016 and destroyed the Islamic city of the Philippines. December 29, 2017
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School Principal Dikibirun with a pupil in one of the destroyed classrooms during a clash between the miliotary and ISIS.
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A photo of President Rodrigo Duterte is displayed in a classroom in Sultan Magarang Elementary school in Mindanao, Philippines. The war in Marawi between the ISIS inspired Maute group and the military lasted for months in 2016 and destroyed the Islamic city of the Philippines. December 29, 2017.
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ISIS graffiti in one of the schools near ground zero, Marawi City, Philippines December 29, 2017.
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Racma Manalondong, 80 year old refugee read the Quran inside the camp. According to the Muslim refugees, their faith and beliefs do not stop even in conflict.The fighting in Marawi might be over, but the devastating aftermath remains. Six Muslim women try to reclaim what was left by returning to an almost forgotten tradition of weaving traditional textiles. December 28, 2017.
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Refugees talk about the uncertainties inside the camps in Marawi, Philippines on December 28, 2017. There are and estimated 400,000 people who were internally displaced because of the conflict between ISIS inspired Maute and the military .The fighting in Marawi might be over, but the devastating aftermath remains. Six Muslim women try to reclaim what was left by returning to an almost forgotten tradition of weaving traditional textiles.
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Massive destruction is seen through a bullet hole in a window of a house near the ground zero in Marawi, Philippines on December 28, 2017. The war in Marawi between the ISIS inspired Maute group and the military lasted for months in 2016 and destroyed the Islamic city. Mindanao, Philippines. December 28, 2017.
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Children play around the refugee camp inside the capitol of Marawi city.The fighting in Marawi might be over, but the devastating aftermath remains. Six Muslim women try to reclaim what was left by returning to an almost forgotten tradition of weaving traditional textiles.
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