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Dengan tajuk Let Malaysia be warned The Manila Times.net telah campur tangan sambil mengugut dan memberi amaran kepada kerajaan Malaysia mengenai kejadian di Lahad Datu. So dalam hal ini aku rasa kita patut hantar bantahan kepada Kedutaan Filipina menggesa pihak media mereka tidak campur tangan dengan mengugut dan memberi amaran kepada Malaysia.

Akhbar dalam talian ini seolah-olah cuba menaikkan semangat kebencian rakyat Filipina dengan melaporkan perkara itu dan mengugut kita. Keadaan ini boleh menjejaskan hubungan bauk dua negara. Lagi pun akhbar dalam talian itu tidak merujuk kepada laporan ICJ berhubung kedudukan Sabah dalam Malaysia.

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There are very disturbing reports emanating from Sabah about the maltreatment of Filipinos who live and work in the state controlled by Malaysia, but which is claimed by the Philippines.

Malaysian authorities are said to be specifically targeting young to middle aged Filipino men for being potential supporters or allies of the Sultan of Sulu. The Filipino men are beaten and their families treated like animals. Or so say the eyewitness reports.

These may be isolated cases of maltreatment for the time being, but the situation can degenerate very quickly to the point that ordinary residents of Sabah can begin to take part in the ill treatment of Filipinos there. If this were to happen, then the Malaysians should be forewarned.

The followers of the Sultan of Sulu believe they are in the right, that their cause is valid. For them, Sabah is owned by the sultan, and the Malaysian government is merely renting the territory. As such, they are the outsiders and the heirs of the Sultan of Sulu are the true owners of the land they occupy.

This being the case, the aggrieved Filipinos will not let the mistreatment of their own pass without retaliating.

Exactly what form of retaliation would not be hard to fathom; they will engage the Malaysian police and military authorities in guerilla warfare.

The Filipinos may not win, but they cannot lose either.

The Malaysians are picking a fight with Muslim Filipinos, a warrior class that has proven itself again and again in the battlefield. The Spaniards could not conquer them. The Americans could not vanquish them. The Japanese could not defeat them.

Even the combined might of the Armed Forces of the Philippines and the Philippine National Police always had their hands full when they decided to bear arms against the national government. Whether it is the Moro National Liberation Front or the Moro Islamic Liberation Front, the Muslim Filipinos whom Malaysian authorities could face in “their” territory of Sabah will be battle tested veterans.

The Malaysian forces, on the other hand, may be better armed, but their soldiers and police lack the practical experience to face the forces whom they consider to be their enemies. For the past many decades, Malaysia has been a peaceful country which has never had to face an outside threat.

The MNLF and the MILF, on the other hand, have been fighting the established government of the Republic of the Philippines, until both were able to separately forge peace treaties with the latter.

If the Abu Sayyaf were to join the fray, then Malaysia faces an even more formidable opponent.

Facing a fearsome terrorist groupThere is a reason why the Abu Sayyaf is considered a terrorist organization in the West. They are as vicious as any group can get, and have no qualms about hitting civilian targets, as this makes them even more feared by whatever opponent they are facing.

The relative peace which has reigned over Malaysia for the past many decades can be erased practically overnight if they continue to drag innocent Filipinos into their conflict with the followers of the Sultan of Sulu.

Worst of all, a combined MNLF-MILF-Abu Sayyaf force fighting to protect their countrymen in Sabah can take their guerilla war to other Malaysian states, even all the way to the capital of Kuala Lumpur if need be.

At their worst, the Abu Sayyaf was able to bomb a Light Rail Transit train during the Christmas season many years ago. Although they were outside of their natural element, they were still able to enter Metro Manila and complete one of the worst terrorist acts in recent memory. And they were able to get away with it.

Such a scenario is something we cannot wish on the Malaysians. Which is why they should be made aware of what the consequences are if they continue to harass and harm Filipinos who have nothing to do with the conflict in Sabah.

Malaysia has been accused of human rights violations in their hunt for the followers of Sultan Jamalul Kiram 3rd, who entered what they know to be their homeland about a month ago. Their only mistake was to bring arms when they crossed over from Sulu.

When the Malaysian forces used maximum force in place of maximum tolerance on the sultan’s followers, they may have unknowingly opened a Pandora’s box. Or to put it another way, they may have forced the Filipinos to unleash their dogs of war.

If they do not back down now and if the situation continues to worsen, we can only feel sorry for what is about to happen next. Under a worst case scenario, Sabah can become a battleground for guerilla warfare.

What the Muslim Filipinos did to the Spanish, American and Japanese invaders in decades and centuries past, they will now do to the Malaysians whom they see as having usurped their homeland.

There will be hell to pay.
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