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The Communist Party of the Philippines was not close to taking over when Martial Law was declared on September 23, 1972. Nor is it a serious threat today.The Communist Party of the Philippines was not close to taking over when Martial Law was declared on September 23, 1972. Nor is it a serious threat today.

We don't owe to Martial Law 50 years of freedom from the communist insurgency

MANILA- Philippine protesters vowed Wednesday to “never forget” the human rights abuses under former dictator Ferdinand Marcos as they held rallies to markMANILA- Philippine protesters vowed Wednesday to “never forget” the human rights abuses under former dictator Ferdinand Marcos as they held rallies

Philippine protesters vow to ‘never forget’ Marcos era abuses

“I think the biggest lesson which we have always emphasized is that it’s not enough that you overthrow a dictator.”“I think the biggest lesson which we have always emphasized is that it’s not enough that you overthrow a dictator.”

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"We are the living testament to the atrocities committed by the Marcoses and their cronies against the Filipino people.""We are the living testament to the atrocities committed by the Marcoses and their cronies against the Filipino people."

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Senate Minority Leader Aquilino “Koko” Pimentel III does not need an apology for him to move on from the horrors of martial law.Senate Minority Leader Aquilino “Koko” Pimentel III does not need an apology for him to move on from the horrors of martial law.

Pimentel says no apology needed to move on from martial law | Inquirer News

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ASIA/PHILIPPINES - Catholic universities commemorate 50 years of martial law and warn against post-truth - Agenzia Fides

Fifty years after the declaration of martial law in the Philippines, survivors and activists in the country and around the world are commemorating what’s widely considered to be a dark chapter in the country’s history.Fifty years after the declaration of martial law in the Philippines, survivors and activists in the country and around the world are commemorating what’s widely considered to be a dark chapter in the country’s history.

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MANILA: American lawyer Thomas Jones still remembers the scars of Philippine torture victims he interviewed for Amnesty International inside the count...MANILA: American lawyer Thomas Jones still remembers the scars of Philippine torture victims he interviewed for Amnesty International inside the count...

Misinformation shrouds Philippine martial law era horrors

Church leaders gathered Sept. 21 on the 50th anniversary of the imposition of martial law in the Philippines, solemnly recalling the priests, pastors, religious and laity who were tortured and killed during the brutal regime of President Ferdinand Marcos Sr.Church leaders gathered Sept. 21 on the 50th anniversary of the imposition of martial law in the Philippines, solemnly recalling the priests, pastors, religious and laity who were tortured and killed during the brutal regime of President Ferdinand Marcos Sr.

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Martial Law 50 years afterThe Plaza Miranda bombingSecond of 4 partsTHE bombing of the Liberal Party grand rally at Plaza Miranda on Aug. 21, 1971 was initially blamed on Marcos, but later found to have...

Martial Law 50 years after | The Manila Times

Fifty years ago, then President Ferdinand Marcos, Sr., issued Proclamation No. 1081 “Proclaiming a State of Martial Law in the Philippines.” He announced the proclamation on the evening of Sept. 23,1972 on government television. Earlier that day, the military closed all newspaper and broadcasting fa

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Manila, Sep 21 (EFE).- Protests were convened Wednesday in several cities across the Philippines on the 50th anniversary of the declaration of martial law by late dictator Ferdinand Marcos, father of the country’s current President Bongbong Marcos. The biggest protest is expected to be staged in

Protests to mark 50 years of Marcos’ martial law in Philippines - EFE Noticias

Hundreds of Filipino activists on Wednesday took to the streets to mark the 50th anniversary of the late strongman Ferdinand Marcos Sr's declaration of martial law....Hundreds of Filipino activists on Wednesday took to the streets to mark the 50th anniversary of the late strongman Ferdinand Marcos Sr's declaration of martial law....

'Never forget': Filipino activists mark 50th anniversary of martial law declaration

Martial Law survivors on Wednesday asked President Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr. to acknowledge the alleged abuses committed under the reign of his father, the late President Ferdinand Marcos Sr.Martial Law survivors on Wednesday asked President Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos Jr. to acknowledge the alleged abuses committed under the reign of his father, the late President Ferdinand Marcos Sr.

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Survivors of torture and other atrocities under Philippine dictator Ferdinand Marcos are marking his martial law declaration 50 years ago by pressing their demand for justice and apology from hisSurvivors of torture and other atrocities under Philippine dictator Ferdinand Marcos are marking his martial law declaration 50 years ago by pressing their demand for justice and apology from his

Filipino victims: Justice elusive decades after martial law

Amnesty International estimates thousands of people were killed after Ferdinand Marcos imposed martial law in 1972, but misinformation about that era is now rife on social media.Amnesty International estimates thousands of people were killed after Ferdinand Marcos imposed martial law in 1972, but misinformation about that era is now rife on social media.

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Amnesty International estimates thousands of people were killed and tens of thousands tortured and imprisoned after Marcos imposed martial law on Sept. 21, 1972, unleashing security forces on rivals, critics and dissidentsAmnesty International estimates thousands of people were killed and tens of thousands tortured and imprisoned after Marcos imposed martial law on Sept. 21, 1972, unleashing security forces on rivals, critics and dissidents

Philippine Protesters Vow to 'Never Forget' Marcos Era Abuses

Posts have flooded Facebook and TikTok with misleading claims that downplay the abuses. Read more at straitstimes.com.Posts have flooded Facebook and TikTok with misleading claims that downplay the abuses. Read more at straitstimes.com.

Misinformation shrouds Philippine martial law era abuses: Report | The Straits Times

MANILA: American lawyer Thomas Jones still remembers the scars of Philippine torture victims he interviewed for Amnesty International inside the country's detention centres in 1975 during the rule of late dictator Ferdinand Marcos.MANILA: American lawyer Thomas Jones still remembers the scars of Philippine torture victims he interviewed for Amnesty International inside the country's detention centres in 1975 during the rule of late dictator Ferdinand Marcos.

Misinformation shrouds Philippine martial law era horrors

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"Throughout the years of martial law, the Christian churches were very active, and many were harassed and persecuted. We're here to remember them.""Throughout the years of martial law, the Christian churches were very active, and many were harassed and persecuted. We're here to remember them."

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"Throughout the years of martial law, the Christian churches were very active, and many were harassed and persecuted. We're here to remember them.""Throughout the years of martial law, the Christian churches were very active, and many were harassed and persecuted. We're here to remember them."

Fifty years after martial law, Filipinos gather to recall heroes, martyrs | Angelus News

Hundreds of Filipino activists on Wednesday took to the streets to mark the 50th anniversary of the late strongman Ferdinand Marcos Sr's declaration of martial law.Hundreds of Filipino activists on Wednesday took to the streets to mark the 50th anniversary of the late strongman Ferdinand Marcos Sr's declaration of martial law.

'Never forget': Filipino activists mark 50th anniversary of martial law declaration | Reuters

Filipinos have marked 50 years since martial law was declared in the Philippines — a period that lasted from 1972 to 1986, during which thousands were killed and tens of thousands were tortured and disappeared.Filipinos have marked 50 years since martial law was declared in the Philippines — a period that lasted from 1972 to 1986, during which thousands were killed and tens of thousands were tortured and disappeared.

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Survivors of torture and other atrocities under Philippine dictator Ferdinand Marcos are marking his martial law declaration 50 years ago by pressing their demand for justice and apology from hisSurvivors of torture and other atrocities under Philippine dictator Ferdinand Marcos are marking his martial law declaration 50 years ago by pressing their demand for justice and apology from his

Filipino victims: Justice elusive decades after martial law

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International, MNA | Philippine activists vowed Wednesday to "never forget" the human rights abuses under former dictator Ferdinand Marcos as they marked 50 years since his imposition of martial law.International, MNA | Philippine activists vowed Wednesday to "never forget" the human rights abuses under former dictator Ferdinand Marcos as they marked 50 years since his imposition of martial law.

Philippine activists vow to 'never forget' Marcos era abuses | Macau Business

Manila, Sep 21 (EFE).- Protests were convened Wednesday in several cities across the Philippines on the 50th anniversary of the declaration of martial law by late dictator Ferdinand Marcos, father of the country’s current President Bongbong Marcos. The biggest protest is expected to be staged in Manila at the University of the Philippines, where thousands …

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Amnesty International estimates thousands of people were killed and tens of thousands tortured and imprisoned after Marcos imposed martial law on Sept. 21, 1972, unleashing security forces on rivals, critics and dissidents.Amnesty International estimates thousands of people were killed and tens of thousands tortured and imprisoned after Marcos imposed martial law on Sept. 21, 1972, unleashing security forces on rivals, critics and dissidents.

Philippine activists vow to ‘never forget’ Marcos era human rights abuses - Thu, September 22 2022 - The Jakarta Post

Survivors of torture and other atrocities under Philippine dictator Ferdinand Marcos are marking his martial law declaration 50 years ago by pressing their demand for justice and apology from hisSurvivors of torture and other atrocities under Philippine dictator Ferdinand Marcos are marking his martial law declaration 50 years ago by pressing their demand for justice and apology from his

Filipino victims: Justice elusive decades after martial law

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Amnesty International estimates thousands of people were killed & tens of thousands tortured and imprisoned after Marcos imposed martial lawMANILA: Philippine protesters vowed Wednesday to "never forget" the human rights abuses under former dictator Ferdinand Marcos as they held rallies to

Philippine protesters vow to 'never forget' Marcos martial law

Amnesty International estimates thousands of people were killed & tens of thousands tortured and imprisoned after Marcos imposed martial lawMANILA: Philippine protesters vowed Wednesday to "never forget" the human rights abuses under former dictator Ferdinand Marcos as they held rallies to

Philippine protesters vow to 'never forget' Marcos martial law

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