Major Muslim mayhem in Manila

A full on assault is taking place at the Hotel Airport area of Manila, a place frequented by tourists and expats in the Philippines. Many are reported wounded by gunfire.


BREAKING: Horror as gunmen storm tourist resort in Philippines – explosions heard

The shooting unfolded at around midnight local time at the Resorts World Manila in Pasay City.

Eywitnesses heard explosions and gunfire around the resort.

The attack was carried out by “unidentified men” the resort said.

Daily Mail:

Tourists shot in ISIS hotel attack: Terrified guests jump from second-floor windows and dozens are injured as Islamists storm Philippines resort popular with Westerners

Dozens of tourists are feared injured after an ISIS gunmen opened fire at a hotel resort near Manila airport in the Philippines.

The shooting happened at the popular Resorts World Manila in Pasay City, Philippines at about midnight local time.

Explosions and gunshots were heard coming from the tourist hotpot and bloodied victims were later seen being stretchered out of the building.

A masked gunman was seen on the second floor of one of the complex’s four hotels, where he is said to have fired at guests and hotel employees.

There are many tortured souls connected to this attack today. Some people connected to victims of this attack, are people that work with us every day to bring you news. Please send your prayers out to them that their loved ones are not among the victims.



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10 Replies to “Major Muslim mayhem in Manila”

  1. What’s particularly tragic about this situation is that the Philippines implements security that is orders of magnitude higher than in America. Even on the (northernmost) main island of Luzon, there are soldiers with assault rifles at all mall entrances that inspect bags, day-packs, satchels, and the like.

    As Asia’s largest Christian nation, the Philippines is a significant “canary-in-the-coal-mine” for global jihad. Much like Trump, for all of his shortcomings, Duterte will likely prove much more decisive and far less appeasing to the (Mindanao and Sulu) Muslims than any of his predecessors.

    The only light at the end of this gory tunnel is that the more widespread these IS attacks become, the more probable it becomes that a global mass expulsion (i.e., repatriation) of Muslims will happen.

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