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SARANGANI Rep. and senatorial hopeful Manny Pacquiao said he was not alarmed by reports that the Abu Sayyaf group has planned to take him hostage to attract the attention of the Islamic State (IS).
In an interview in Los Baños, Laguna where the United Nationalist Alliance (UNA) took their campaign on Thursday, Pacquiao said he was surprised but he remains confident that his Muslim brothers and sisters would not do such a thing on the internationally renowned boxer.
“I was alarmed when he announced… the Abu Sayyaf wanted to kidnap me,” Pacquiao said at his home in Manila. “I’m surprised because all Filipinos are my friends. I love them, especially the Muslims.”
“I don’t believe our Muslim brothers [would] do that,” he continued. “We support them, we give them livelihood, so I don’t know where that came from.”
Pacquiao has a strong personal relationship with Jesus Christ. The stand-out boxer is close to retirement; he is hoping in the May elections to become a senator in the Philippines.
He said he was not concerned about his personal safety and that he would stay on the campaign trail where he’s greeted by large crowds.
Islamic State militants blew up the Grand al-Nuri Mosque of Mosul and its famous leaning minaret, Iraq’s military said in a statement, as Iraqi forces seeking to expel the group from the city closed in on the site. Continue reading ISIS blows up historic mosque in Mosul where Baghdadi declared caliphate as they retreated (video)
Below questions were taken from most popular keyword search from United States on our site soon after Esteban Santiago rampage at Fort Lauderdale Airport.
p.s. : United States = US
Q: Was Esteban Santiago a muslim?
So far there’s no report from any “credible” news sources such as Fox News or Department of Homeland Security that Mr. Santiago was indeed caught yelling “Allah Akbar” while going on the rampage.
Q: Did Esteban Santiago went to mosque?
A lot of people went to mosque everyday which makes it difficult to track down every one of them. So far the FBI who were tasked to monitor every mosque in US haven’t release any statement yet.
Q: What was Esteban Santiago muslim tied?
Perhaps he has eaten few halal kebabs. Who knew?
Q: Is Esteban Santiago a muslim name?
Nope. That name is as Hispanic as it gets.
Q: Esteban Santiago an ISIS member?
No. He was in fact believed that he had been brainwashed by US government to fight ISIS. Which makes it perfectly normal since most American do believe that they also must fight ISIS.
Q: Was Esteban Santiago radicalized?
Yes. By the American forces to fight unsanctioned war in Iraq that killed thousands.
Q: Is Esteban Santiago a terrorist?
Nope. Since he’s not a Muslim, yet.