Philippine Sulu Soldiers Killed During Occupation of Lahad Datu, Malaysia

Decomposing Ripped in Half Corpse Found in the Village of Lahad Datu

Philippine Sulu Soldiers Killed During Occupation of Lahad Datu, Malaysia

On February 11, 2013 Philippine Sulu militants from Simunul island in Tawi-Tawi arrived illegally by boats in Lahad Datu, Sabah, on the Borneo island in Malaysia. 235 militants who said they were from the Royal Security Forces of the Sultanate of Sulu and North Borneo were sent by Jamalul Kiram III who claims Sabah belongs to the heirs of the Sultanate of Sulu and him being one of the claimants to the throne, he considers it their lawful right to reside in northern Borneo.

Malaysian security forces have been stationed around the village of Tanduo where the group had gathered and while deadly clashes with casualties on both sides continue to occur, negotiations for the peaceful resolution are reportedly ongoing.

Sitti Jacel, the daughter of Jamalul Kiram III said her father’s supporters went to Lahad Datu to reside on their ancestral territory, not to wage war with anyone. She added that they were determined not to leave unless a suitable solution to their claim to the territory was offered. Meanwhile, Malaysian authorities labelled the Royal Security Forces of the Sultanate of Sulu and North Borneo a terrorist organization.

Muslim separatists from Mindanao, Philippines with headquarters in Sulu known as the Moro National Liberation Front promised to send thousands of soldiers to Sabah as reinforcements to the Sultanate of Sulu’s militants. Islamic Malaysia previously armed Islamic Moro National Liberation Front to assist them with separatism efforts from Catholic Philippines. Now they may see the weapons they had supplied used against them. Reminds me very much of what’s coming as a result of the west arming Islamic extremists who fight in Syria…

Author: Vincit Omnia Veritas

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24 thoughts on “Philippine Sulu Soldiers Killed During Occupation of Lahad Datu, Malaysia”

  1. The Republic of the Philippines has a dormaint claim on Sabah, or atleast parts of it, but the government does not support Kiram. Before the Philippines was colonized by the Spaniards and the Americans, it was never a unified country. It was made up of different Rajahnates or Muslim kingdoms, with the Sultanate of Sulu being the most powerful. When the Spaniards came with the intention of spreading the Roman Catholic religion and exploiting the resources of the Philippines such as gold, they unified the archipelago but could never take over the Muslim South, that is why the southermost parts of he Philippines, such as Mindanao, are inhabited by Muslims.

    With regards to the Sabah issue, the descendants of the Sultan of Sulu, who belong to the Muslim Tausug ethnic group, claim that it was once part of their kingdom. It was a gift given to the Sultan of Sulu by the Sultan of Brunei as a token of gratitude for the Tausug help in defeating rebel forces in Borneo. Before modern day Malaysia became a country, it was ruled by the British. Sabah, was leased from the Sultan of Sulu, by the British North Borneo Company. The issue on ownship arises from the wording of the contract. According the British, the contract was a cession of land, with payments to be paid to the Sultan of Sulu and his descendants perpetually. The Sultan claims that it was not a contract of cession, but rather a contract of lease, with the payments given as rent. This is due to the ambiguity of the Tausug word “pajak” which is said to mean “rent” but was interpreted as “cession” by the British. As time passed, the British created the Federation of Malaya (modern day Malaysia) by unifying the territories of the West peninsula, Sarawak, and Sabah. With regards to the Sultanate of Sulu, it was transfered to American rule when America purchased the Philippine Archipelago from Spain via the Treaty of Paris. Until this day, the descendants of the Sultan, although not considered to have any power or authority by the Philippine government, recieve annual payment from the government of Malaysia, which they interpret to be as payment for rent.

    1. Thanks man a pinoy here. Sad thing is that the Philippine government is doing nothing to help. not talking about kiram or what shit his is trying to do. but man those are our countrymen. why not put up a dialog on both party’s for peace. and have no blood shed. our president man shit! thing his to busy worrying about his receding hairline

  2. I’m Malaysian, and most would not know that right before the large scale ground assault on the militants, there were several bombing runs involving F-18 and Hawk fighter jets..Some of the bodies ripped and torn into pieces are most likely victims of the initial bombing..

  3. Muslims, no matter where they are, cause problems.

    Asians, Whites, Arabs, Blacks, Indians, and so on. Every race has a problem with this Religion.

    Christians, Buddhists, Hindus, and so on. Pretty much every Religion has a problem with this Religion.

    When everyone, regardless of connective links (race, geography etc.) has a problem with the same thing – then the thing they have a problem with is most likely at fault.

  4. I’m Malaysia. Whoever whats to claim anything across international baundry, than let go to Int. court. E.g M’sia & Singapore for Batu Putih Island.
    This war is nothing to do with religious. If you come with peace, we accept you with peace. If you come with a rifle, should we serve you with buffet lunch?????
    This apply to all the country around the world in case sultan sulu so dumb to notice

  5. As far as I know the decision of which country Sabah should join was decided through a public vote. Well I dunno I wanna see how the International Court of Justice deals with this because this could cause rifts between these two former buddies!

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