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Indonesia says 1,200 IS operatives in Philippines

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If any particular country knows of Isis returning to their country they should be treated as potential terrorists and removed from the general population either permanently or sent back where they were fighting to meet their makers

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some people don't agree with western imperialist regimes and their vice and greed, and may dream of an Islamic State regardless of which nation they were born in. it is a dream and everybody has a right to dreams. but Islamic State soldiers are a disgrace to the very dream of many muslims. they have spoilt for all. their greed for power is a betrayal. change through non violent means will pay off in the long term. look at Germany or Lebanon for example, where conflict got nobody anywhere but peace benefited all.

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I sincerely hope Duterte deals with em proper.

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Per capita numbers please? Indonesia is a populous nation.

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