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So far, 46 people — including 15 members of the security forces and 31 militants — have died in the fighting with the Maute group as well as another ISIS group, Abu Sayyaf, and the Filipino military in Marawi City, located in the Lanao del Sur province in the southern Philippines.The fighting included the use of surgical air strikes, although the military resolved not to use air power on Wednesday.Some one hundred extremists of the “Maute” Islamist group affiliated to ISIS, occupied Marawi City, in the Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao (ARMM), chief town of the Province of Lanao del Sur on Tuesday, May 23, and attacked the local Catholic Cathedral.Not only did the militiamen destroy the Cathedral and the Bishop’s residence, but they also kidnapped some 15 faithful, among them a priest, some women religious and some lay people who were praying in the Cathedral, on the last day of the Novena to Mary Help of Christians, whose feast is celebrated today.Monsignor Edwin De la Pena , who heads the territorial Prelature of Marawi City, confirmed the news to Fides agency.“They erupted in the church, seized the hostages and led them to an unknown locality.

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He added that the Maute also allowed him talk with Suganob, who is also the prelature’s vicar general, to make sure that “their demands are clear with me”.Read the source: https://zenit.org/articles/philippines-muslim-extremists-destroy-the-cathedral-of-marawi/ by Trey Elmore • Church • May 27, 2017 MARAWI, Philippines (Church Militant.com) – The ISIS-affiliated Maute group in the Philippines is threatening to behead both the Catholic priest and lay faithful the terrorists took hostage Wednesday.Bishop Edwin dela Peña was called by the Muslim militants and told they would kill the priest and hostages if the government continues its military offensive against them.The majority of the 200,000 residents have fled to escape the battle between the military and ISIS.On Wednesday, Abu Sayyaf stormed Marawi Cathedral and took hostages, including a Catholic priest and worshippers.

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