-Aspiring ISIS local militant group in Mindanao creating devastation in Marawi City.
-Maute group sparked chaos in Marawi that ended up 21individuals savagely killed in a rampage.
-They decapitated the police chief, and took Catholic worshipers and a priest in hostage, and raising the extremist black flag above the mosque.
-The President of the Philippines, Rodrigo Duterte has declared martial law in the city.
-Today, the group threatened to kill the captives.
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Maute Group from Mindanao has been creating some serious mayhem in the province trying to fight for something they believe in and that is something people don't clearly understand why they need to sacrifice other people's lives, innocent lives just to be heard.
Isn't an irony of what they're fighting for?
What exactly are these men fighting for?
Well, that's the biggest question most of the people would like to ask. Do we really need to create upheaval just to get the authorities attention? Is it unjust for innocent people to be involved in this kind of fight?
Are they fighting to be heard? Do they want to be respected and acknowledged? Why can't they do the same for the innocent people who are wrongfully involved in this riot?
The news about this turmoils has been widely spread all throughout the world creating unnecessary commotion and panic.
This story came out from Daily Mail UK.
The headline, a police chief got decapitated, and 21 people got killed by the murderous rampage created by over 100 ISIS-linked extremists that attacked Marawi City in Mindanao, Philippines.
The members of the Maute Islamist group occupied the above-mentioned city leading to several hours of gunfights in the streets.
President Rodrigo Duterte said that Malabang's chief of police was on his way, upon going back he was stopped by a checkpoint run by the terrorists, and the President thinks that the police chief was decapitated right there and then.
The Maute Group also stormed in the Cathedral of Our Lady Help and took captives members of the church including worshipers and Father Chito Suganob.
Archbishop Socrates Villegas mentioned in a statement that the group has threatened to kill hostages if the government forces sent out to fight against them are not recalled.
Colonel Edgard Arevalo, the spokesman of the National military stated that there are 13 government soldiers who were killed alongside 13 militants.
After the militant group fights against the soldiers in Marawi City, President Duterte declared martial law in some parts of Mindanao, and the President added that he might extend the implementation of the law to other parts of the country the moment extremists will find refuge somewhere else.
However, Majul Usman Gandamra, Marawi Mayor has declined to affirm reports on the militants took captivates and further exhorted that the local government has everything under control.
Gandamra said in a telephone interview with ANC that he was working with the military to bring peace and order to Marawi city.