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Continue to pray for safety of hostages - Marawi bishop / Leslie Ann G. Aquino.

By: Aquino, Leslie Ann G.
Material type: materialTypeLabelArticleManufacturer: Manila : Manila Bulletin, 2017Description: pages 1,6.Subject(s): Bishop | Marawi city | Hostages | Maute groupOnline resources: View the Article Scope and content: Continue praying for the safety of the hostages of the Maute group and for the end of this conflict, Marawi Bishop Edwin Dela Peña urged the faithful yesterday, appealing to the government to give greater weight to the safety of hostages, as security forces continue their final assault. “If they do the final assault, the lives of the hostages could just be sacrificed and be considered as collateral damage… that is not acceptable. To me, they are not collateral damage,” Dela Peña said as the war in Marawi entered its 105th day yesterday.
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Continue praying for the safety of the hostages of the Maute group and for the end of this conflict, Marawi Bishop Edwin Dela Peña urged the faithful yesterday, appealing to the government to give greater weight to the safety of hostages, as security forces continue their final assault.

“If they do the final assault, the lives of the hostages could just be sacrificed and be considered as collateral damage… that is not acceptable. To me, they are not collateral damage,” Dela Peña said as the war in Marawi entered its 105th day yesterday.

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