Syrian national who experiences the terror of ISIS to Filipinos: Support your President, he will make your country safe and strong

A Syrian national who came from a country where the Islamic State, the same group attacked the Marawi City terrorizing people had an advice for the Filipino people amid the Martial Law declaration of President Rodrigo Duterte in Mindanao.

Ayman Jahjah, a Syrian citizen who lost everything in his home country because of the terrorist group ISIS believed that the people of the Philippines must support President Rodrigo Duterte to prevent the international terrorist group to grow in Mindanao.

“As a Syrian citizen who has lost many people and things in my home country, my advice to all people from the Philippines: Stand by your president. He is your best choice to make your country safe and strong.” Mr. Jahjah said in his Facebook comment.

Photo: Hidden Truth PH

Jayman also expressed his admiration to the Filipino President style of counter-terrorism and his move against the criminals and drug dealers.

He believes that the style of President Rodrigo Duterte would stop the grow of extremism in the Philippines.

Photo: Ayman Jahjah Facebook timeline

The netizens praised Jahjah for his support to President Rodrigo Duterte and they said that the Syrian National made the right choice.

Last week, President Rodrigo Duterte confirmed that some members of ISIS are already in the Philippines to teach extremism to the younger people.

He also said that he would declare the Martial Law nationwide if the terrorist group terrorize Luzon and Visayas.

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