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Philippines may pull peacekeepers from Golan

MANILA– Philippines Foreign Affairs Secretary Albert del Rosario said Friday he wanted all Filipino peacekeepers pulled out of the Golan Heights as soon as possible, following the abduction of four troops.

Del Rosario said he would make the recommendation to President Benigno Aquino III to withdraw the more than 300 troops and it was up to him to make the decision.

“As soon as he says go, we will undertake to do that as soon as possible,” Del Rosario said.


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  • TreadLikely

    Kidnapping for the purpose of keeping them safe?

    Why does the US support these terrorists?

  • Peter Lim

    Why are they there in the first place??? It must be for the $$$$$$!!!!

  • mrsimpatiko

    pinapakita na naman ng gobyerno natin sa mundo sa kunting problema aatras agad tayo tulad nangyari dati sa iraq. what a loser!

  • Yanong_OFW

    aray ku pull out? iiyak ang mga Pinoy..mawala ang at least $300 na allowance per day..LOL

  • Kaizensigma

    Just like in Iraq…. Same mods operandi….ran and scram when the going gets rough.



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