More Than 1,000 Soldiers Deployed In Sulu Against The Abu Sayyaf

More than a thousand soldiers moved from Luzon into Mindanao to pursue the bandit group Abu Sayyaf after its warning to execute one hostage holding it .

 In a statement by the Armed Forces of the Philippines on Sunday , said that 800 to 1,500 troops will be sent to Sulu suspected bandits hiding along the two Aleman hostage .

Two battalions of the military also moved well in other parts of Mindanao .

 " This is a redeployment that is part of an ongoing plan Which is anchored on our mandate to address internal and external security Situations , " according to the statement .

 Coming from Northern Luzon troops transferred to Sulu . They are also fighting soldiers communists there .

On Friday , Defense Secretary Voltaire said Guzman transferring troops is a way to go after the bullying of bandit groups in Mindanao .

 " [ The deployment was aimed to ] stop the Abu Sayyaf once and for all , " he said .

 Joining soldiers troops marines that were previously assigned to watch over the area .
 Gazmin 's added , not the government ; ll settlement ransom which costs a $ 5.62 million requested by the Abu Sayyaf hostage in exchange for two holding it . Gazmin 's also misjudged the alleged Abu Sayyaf group interaction of the terrorist group Islamic State of Iraq and Syria .

ASG previously threatened the life of one of the German hostages in exchange for ransom and the withdrawal of Germany in support of the campaign against the US ISIS . Besides the German hostage , a number of other prisoners held the ASG . Last July , some video of ASG appeared to express its support ISIS .


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