Part of a game plan? Duterte warns of more attacks after Sultan Kudarat bombing
By Prince Golez
President Rodrigo Duterte has warned of “more” terror attacks against the government following the spate of recent bombings in Isulan, Sultan Kudarat.
“There’s a lot of terror attacks going on, not only here, but all over the world and my country is not an exception,” Duterte on Wednesday said during his visit to Magen David Adom (MDA), Israel’s national emergence service.
“We just had about 2 explosions in one of the provinces in Mindanao… and we expect more. I’m sure your government would be willing to help us,” the President said after MDA’s response demonstration to a terrorist attack.
At least two people were killed on Sunday night after a bomb exploded in the southern Philippine city of Isulan. The deadly explosion occurred only five days after a similar incident killed 3 and injured dozens in the same city.
These violent incidents in Mindanao happened even with martial law still in effect in the region.