Mar 13, 2013

The Black Magic Sulu Fighter - Is It True ?

The Black Magic Sulu Fighter
Is It True ?
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Charity Sulu terrorist Magic, Charms story tells To Be Strong ...



Written in Arabic reliable talisman verses of the Qur'an and the Qur'an little worn and carried at all times by terrorists Sulu allegedly to be invincible, turned out to be effective when 53 of them were shot dead in two separate locations in Lahad Datu and Semporna since 1 March.

Involved talisman found during the inspections in the dead terrorist by the security forces. Small book written in Arabic reliable small Quran tied with rope and wrapped around the waist.

Even talisman is understood also found the bodies of the terrorists who were shot on March 6 at the Village Tanduo here, and it is very sad talisman worn groin.

According to sources, the terrorists involved consider wearing amulets that would protect them from bullets but still losing to penetrate the security forces shot in combat.

"Terrorists believe that the application of the relevant charms make them invulnerable and able to defeat the security forces. ~ Metro
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Guna tangkal ‘tidak kebal’

Lahad Datu: Tangkal bertulisan Arab dipercayai ayat al-Quran dan al-Quran kecil yang dipakai serta dibawa sepanjang masa oleh pengganas Sulu kononnya untuk menjadi kebal, ternyata tidak berkesan apabila 53 daripada mereka mati ditembak di dua lokasi berasingan di Lahad Datu dan Semporna sejak 1 Mac lalu.

Tangkal terbabit ditemui ketika pemeriksaan pada mayat pengganas oleh pasukan keselamatan. Buku kecil bertulisan Arab dipercayai al-Quran kecil yang diikat dengan tali dan dililit di pinggang.

Malah tangkal itu difahamkan turut ditemui pada mayat seorang daripada pengganas yang ditembak pada 6 Mac lalu di Kampung Tanduo di sini, dan amat menyedihkan tangkal itu dipakai di celah kelangkang.

Menurut sumber, pengganas terbabit menganggap pemakaian tangkal itu dapat melindungi mereka daripada ditembusi peluru tetapi tetap kecundang ditembak pasukan keselamatan dalam pertempuran.

Artikel ini disiarkan pada : 2013/03/09

hmetro.com.my


Bomoh power against bullets and bombs



The New Paper
Wednesday, Mar 13, 2013

SABAH - They believed that the amulets they wore could improve their fighting capabilities on the field.

And it is this belief which made the militarily weak Suluk militants take on the full might of Malaysian security forces.

So far, 53 militants and eight police officers have been killed since armed Islamists from the Philippine province of Sulu landed on Borneo last month to resurrect long-dormant land claims of a self-proclaimed Philippine sultan.

Several bomohs (traditional medicine men) in Sabah, who had had dealings with the Suluk militants, said the latter were strong believers in mystical powers such as the ability to be invisible and impervious to harm, reported Malaysia's New Straits Times.

One bomoh said the Suluks often sought their services to renew their "powers".

When shown pictures of amulets on the bodies of dead militants as well as those displayed as items collected by security forces, the bomoh added that the gunmen believed that the items would help them defeat Malaysian forces.

Some of the items used to make these amulets included the bones of black cats. Sources on the ground told NST that they saw such bones tied to the bodies of dead militants.

Some were given amulets by their leaders, who promised that for as long as the items remained on them, the Malaysian authorities would not detect them and they would not be injured when shot.

It was with this belief that they appeared fearless when taking on Malaysian forces, two bomohs of Suluk descent said on Saturday.

'Divine' strength

"It is also highly likely that they were on syabu (or methamphetamine) as they needed a 'divine' strength to keep them going. " one of them said.

He added that the militants would also tie newly shed snake skin to their waist, an act which they think would make them invisible.

Meanwhile, Malaysia's Defence Minister Ahmad Zahid Hamidi said the Suluk intruders should be tried according to Malaysian laws for killing eight policemen.

"We will ensure that no Filipino terrorist escape from our dragnet, and we want them dead or arrested," he said.

Mr Zahid did not rule out that the militants were under the influence of drugs or used black magic, reported Malaysia's The Star.

He added, referring to the mutilation of some of the Malaysian policemen's bodies: "Under the laws of war,security forces cannot mutilate bodies by actions such as ripping off eyes, chopping off heads or cutting up bodies.

"What the militants did was unacceptable to Malaysia, as these acts showed that they have no mercy," he said, adding that the armed forces would leave it to the police to take appropriate action against captured militants.

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Lahad Datu: They cannot mutilate bodies like cutting off heads, says Zahid Hamidi
Sunday March 10, 2013

In the laws of war, intruders or members of the security forces cannot mutilate bodies like ripping off eyes, decapitating heads or cutting up bodies. - Defence Minister

IPOH: The Sulu intruders should be tried according to Malaysian laws for brutally and inhumanely killing eight policemen, said Defence Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi.
"We will ensure that no Filipino terrorist escape from our dragnet and we want them dead or arrested," he told reporters after launching a carnival here.

Zahid did not rule out that the intruders were under the influence of drugs or were using black magic for resorting to such dastardly act.

"In the laws of war, intruders or members of the security forces cannot mutilate bodies like ripping off eyes, decapitating heads or cutting up bodies.

"What they did was unacceptable to Malaysia for this acts showed that the Filipino terrorists have no mercy," he said, adding that the armed forces would leave it to the police to take appropriate actions against the terrorists according to the laws.

Zahid said no party should question who led the mopping-up operations for the armed forces and the police worked together in defending the country.

"We want the people to know that when the situation called for it, the police and the armed forces can work together.

"That is why the armed forces chief and the inspector-general of police have been holding joint news conferences," he added.

On self-proclaimed Sultan Jamalul Kiram III's call for a ceasefire, Zahid said the government would not compromise for there was no sign of the terrorists letting up.

"I have been at ground zero, and I could see that they intended to continue to occupy the areas that they had intruded for they had been promised a sum of money and farm land in Sabah by Jamalul Kiram and other leaders," he added. - Bernama

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Of black magic, bullet-proof militants
FMT Staff | March 11, 2013

Tales of 'ilmu hitam' or black magic, which are synonymous with Borneo and the Southern Philippines, protecting the invaders are making its rounds in Sabah.

KOTA KINABALU: In a land filled with legends of headhunters and dense steamy forests, a dangerous tale is circulating that the armed group of Filipinos who invaded a remote village in Lahad Datu are somehow supernaturally protected.

The tale goes that they are impervious to bullets and can dance past the shots fired in their general direction, at will. There’s even a black magic women in there somewhere.

Is it hysteria, hallucination, post-traumatic stress disorder or a way to explain and hide incompetence which is clearly on display in Sabah?

Tales of “ilmu hitam” or black magic are synonymous with Borneo and the Southern Philippines.

Some may think it as foolish and dangerous talk but scores of people around the state, many of them outwardly quite rational, have been blabbering fairly seriously about the “bulletproof” militants.

Apparently the tale of the magical powers of the militants started to circulate when they escaped from the “tight” cordon thrown around the village seemingly with ease, baffling the pursuing soldiers, police and their commanders.

One person, in a telephone conversation, said the bullets that hit some of the militants were brushed away “like mosquitos”. “It did cause pain but they were otherwise not seriously injured,” the person said.

Another person, who claimed inside knowledge, said that those involved in the search for the militants “saw with their own eyes” how a couple of militants were shot but were unscathed when arrested.

But not all the militants are so protected, the story goes. Those who did get killed, as reported by the security forces now in pursuit of the remnants of the armed group aligned to the self-acclaimed sultan of Sulu, Jamalul Karim III, under whose name they invaded Sabah, were either insufficiently bullet-proofed or devoid of magic.

The reported mutilation of the bodies of six police officers who were killed in an ambush at a village in Semporna, has not helped.

Dangerous belief

But it’s this kind of dangerous nonsense that makes one wonder if the lessons Malaysians were taught in school ever sank in.

Then again, perhaps the education system and the teachers are to blame that belief remains entrenched in the use of spells or other special techniques to assure total control of the forces of nature.

Such talk only adds weight to former premier Dr Mahathir Mohamad’s belief that Malaysians still need to be guided and are not ready for the real world where bullets are manufactured to maim and kill, and when fired in your direction, leave you in a bloody mess.

The belief in fairies and magic is dangerous because it makes people vulnerable to unscrupulous leaders who have no problem toying with their fears and ruling over them.

But there’s a flip side to this. If the militants have indeed stumbled on the secret of dodging the bullet, the world’s top arms manufacturers should pay attention and start making a beeline to the Southern Philippines.

If the militants market their death-defying secret well, their worries of remaining poverty-stricken are over, given the number of conflicts around the world and the millions in harm’s way.

freemalaysiatoday.com

Brave Heart : Malaysian Force

LAHAD DATU: Sulu militants did not possess mystical powers
11 March 2013

LAHAD DATU: The high number of fatalities among Sulu militants during Ops Daulat proved that the intruders were not invincible or using mystical powers when facing Malaysian security forces.

"During the crossfire with Malaysian security forces, 54 Sulu militants were killed and it shows that there was no mystic power involved," said Deputy Head of the IGP Secretariat (Public Relations) ACP Ramli Mohamed Yoosuf.

He said such claims (Sulu militants possessed mystical powers) has been circulating in the social media when a picture showed a dead militant spotting a mystical pendant and yellow cloth.

Ramli said the use of the mystical pendant may have been an attempt by the person wearing it, to convince his followers, that there they would be guided by mystical powers.
"In reality, only knowledge and wisdom can ensure the country's security,not through the use of supernatural powers," he said. - BERNAMA

nst.com.my


Police: Nothing magical about Sulus, will still die if shot



Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Ismail Omar holds up a picture of a dead Sulu gunman, during a press conference in Felda Sahabat, March 8, 2013. — Picture by Saw Siow Feng

LAHAD DATU, March 11 — The high number of fatalities among Sulu militants during Ops Daulat proved that the intruders were not invincible or using mystical powers when facing Malaysian security forces.

“During the crossfire with Malaysian security forces, 54 Sulu militants were killed and it shows that there was no mystic power involved,” said Deputy Head of the IGP Secretariat (Public Relations) ACP Ramli Mohamed Yoosuf.

He said such claims (Sulu militants possessed mystical powers) has been circulating in the social media when a picture showed a dead militant spotting a mystical pendant and yellow cloth.

Ramli said the use of the mystical pendant may have been an attempt by the person wearing it, to convince his followers, that there they would be guided by mystical powers.

“In reality, only knowledge and wisdom can ensure the country’s security, not through the use of supernatural powers,” he said. — Bernama

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 May God help us to stop the killing amongs muslim

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Jamalul Kiram has to call for his men to surrender
The Best thing he should do if he really love his peoples
If he is not a selfish sultan

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