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πŸ“° Threat groups use social media to spread extremism – Lacson [Manila Times]

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From The Manila Times: β€œThe first line of defense against violent extremism, I believe, is education; creating awareness and cultivating our young people’s critical thinking and resilience will equip them with skills they need to detect and reject violent extremism and make informed decisions and contest extremist ideologies,” (Lacson) said.

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Senate Bill 2204: Let Us Toughen the Fight Against Terrorism

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“Why condemn if we could act? Let us toughen the fight against terrorism.” – Sen. Panfilo M. Lacson, in his sponsorship speech for Senate Bill 2204 (Anti-Terrorism Act of 2019), Feb. 6, 2019.

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Sponsorship Speech for the Anti-Terrorism Act (17th Congress)

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At the outset, let me state here and now with certainty that a vote for the immediate passage of this measure is a vote for the immediate lifting of Martial Law in Mindanao.

Mr. President, fellow members of this august chamber, I have the honor to report on the Senate floor Senate Bill No. 2204 entitled, β€œAn Act Amending Certain Provisions of Republic Act No. 9372, Otherwise Known As β€œAn Act To Secure the State and Protect our People from Terrorism,” as embodied in Committee Report No. 638 in substitution of Senate Bill Numbers 1134, 1396, 1715 and 1956.

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