ISIS戦闘員の帰国に備えフィリッピン、マレーシア、インドネシアが警戒強める: ずくなしの冷や水

2017年06月24日

ISIS戦闘員の帰国に備えフィリッピン、マレーシア、インドネシアが警戒強める

ISISがイラク、シリアで征伐され、他の地域に移動して活動しています。アフガニスタン、中央アジア、東南アジアです。

東南アジアにもイスラム教徒の割合が高い国はいくつもあります。中国もイスラム教徒の多い地域があり、シリアでは中国語が暗号代わりに使われたりしています。次の図はwikipediaによるものですが、中国は人口が多いために割合が低く表示されているだけです。



ISISは、欧米や湾岸の諸国の支援を受けています。シリアは、ロシアの軍事力をもって1年9ヶ月をかけてようやく支配地域の縮小に追い込みました。

東南アジアの国は、テロ対策などの態勢が整っていません。戦力も低いですから欧米の武器を使用したテロリストと戦うには困難があるでしょう。

東南アジアには、ISISのリクルーターがいて活動しています。摘発された例もあります。

ISISを作り出した米国は、自軍による直接武力行使からテロリストを使った政府転覆という手段を捨てないでしょう。東南アジアでもISISにリンクしたテロが多発する恐れがあります。

FARSNEWS2017/6/23
Philippines: ISIL Funded Siege on Marawi Through Malaysian Militant
TEHRAN (FNA)- The ISIL group helped fund the month-long siege of the Southern Philippine city of Marawi through a Malaysian militant who was reportedly killed by troops, the Philippine military chief said Friday.

Gen. Eduardo Ano said that Malaysian Mahmud bin Ahmad reportedly channeled more than $600,000 from the ISIL group to acquire firearms, food and other supplies for the attack in Marawi, abc news reported.

Money believed to be from illegal drugs also funded the uprising, he said.

Mahmud was wounded in the fighting last month and reportedly died on June 7. A local militant leader, Omarkhayam Maute, also is believed to have been killed in the early days of intense fighting and troops were looking for their remains to validate the intelligence the military had received.

Troops are seeking the help of villagers to pinpoint the exact spot where Mahmud was reportedly buried, Ano said. Malaysian security officials have also received information of Mahmud's killing in Marawi and were trying to confirm it.

Two other rebel leaders, top Filipino militant suspect Isnilon Hapilon and Maute's brother, Abdullah, were still fighting in Marawi, he said.

A former Malaysian university professor who became radizalized and received training in Afghanistan, Mahmud appeared in a video showing militant leaders planning the Marawi siege in a hideout, a sign of his key role in the uprising. The AP obtained a copy of the video, which was seized by troops May 23.

A month ago, about 500 local militants, along with several foreign fighters, stormed into Marawi, in the south of the predominantly Roman Catholic nation. Troops since then have killed about 280 gunmen, recovered nearly 300 assault firearms and regained control of 85 buildings. Many of the high rises were used as sniper posts to slow down the advance of government forces, the military said.

At least 69 soldiers and police and 26 civilians have died in the fighting. Only four Marawi villages remain in the hands of the militants, out of the 19 of 96 villages across the lakeside city of 200,000 people that the black flag-waving militants had occupied.

"They are constricted in a very small area. They're pinned down," Ano said. He said that three boatloads of gunmen who tried to join the militants were blasted by navy gunboats three days ago in Lake Lanao, which borders Marawi.

Ano said that the battle was taking longer because the militants were using civilians as human shields.

"We can just bomb them away or use napalm bomb to burn everything, but then, we will not be any different from them if we do that," he said.

The audacious attack by the heavily-armed militants and their ability to hold on to large sections of a city for weeks had surprised the government and sparked fears among Southeast Asian countries that the ISIL group was seriously moving to gain a foothold in the region.

Australian Defense Minister Marise Payne said the Philippines accepted an offer of two AP-3C Orion aircraft to provide surveillance to local troops. The US military has earlier deployed a spy plane and drones over Marawi.

Powerful clans and warlords, along with insurgencies, have effectively weakened law enforcement in large areas in the country's south, making it easier for militants to take over an area and hold it, said Sidney Jones, director of the Institute for Policy Analysis of Conflict in Jakarta, Indonesia.

"I do think that martial law doesn't solve the problem and I think military strikes, especially airstrikes, don't solve the problem," Jones said. "It's much broader problem that needs a strategic solution."

Facing his worst crisis, President Rodrigo Duterte has declared martial law in the south to deal with the Marawi siege.

Philippine Foreign Minister Alan Peter Cayetano and his Malaysian and Indonesian counterparts met with top security officials in Manila Thursday to discuss the crisis. They agreed on a plan of action to combat terrorism and rising terrorism and deal with the prospects of Asian fighters returning to their region from Syria and Iraq, where the ISIL group has been losing territory.
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 11:40| Comment(2) | 国際・政治
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日本の昔の戦国大名は、優秀な人が多くいました。昔の欧米のキリスト教をつかつた侵略と植民地支配は、大成功しました。しかし日本では、完全に失敗しました。キリストは、神ではなく、トートの弟子です。騙されては、いけません。初めに原住民をキリスト教で洗脳し国を乗っ取るシステムです。今度は、テロリストですね。






Posted by 西 亨 at 2017年06月24日 15:29
ああ、なるほど、イエスズ会がISISに変わっただけという訳ですね。
日本の戦国時代、西洋の大航海時代にはポルトガルとスペインは宗教と銃と病原菌で世界各地を侵略しましたが手口は変わっていないということか。
Posted by 水源 at 2017年06月25日 07:32
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