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Philippine Catholic religious superiors file petition against anti-terrorism law

The AMRSP asked the court to declare the new law “unconstitutional” because it “infringes on the free religious expression of the Church”

Philippine youth leaders submit challenge to new anti-terror law

Members of the Sangguinang Kabataan on August 19 called on the Supreme Court to declare the anti-terrorism law “unconstitutional”

Moro, tribal peoples file petition against Philippines’ anti-terror law

The tribal groups said the future they envision “will not emerge as long as the anti-terror law remains in place”

Proposed social media gag shows free citizens, not terrorists are Duterte’s...

Social media has gained more importance with the COVID-19 quarantine hobbling the capacity of activists to mount huge mobilizations

Priest says staff erred by going straight to police in Quiapo...

The police seizure of protest signs and pamphlets from activists in Quiapo church on July 27 was at the request of church personnel

Philippine Catholic church leaders find Duterte’s State of the Nation Address...

Bishop Broderick Pabillo of the Archdiocese of Manila described the president’s speech as “full of motherhood statements”

Quiapo church, dismayado sa paglalabas ng placards, flyers ng mga aktibista...

Ayon sa pamunuan ng Simbahan, hindi naaangkop ang paglalabas ng placards at pamimigay ng flyers sa kasagsagan mismo ng banal na pagdiriwang

Protestant bishop warns against Philippines’ new anti-terror law

Bishop Reuel Marigza said that even without the new anti-terrort law, violations of human rights have already been happening

Negros bishop: ‘Change has come, but for the worse’

Bishop Gerardo Alminaza of San Carlos said the increasing human rights violations are not the kind of change the country needs

Catholic, Protestant church leaders file petition against Philippines’ anti-terrorism law

The church leaders joined other sectors who earlier filed several petitions asking for the declaration of the law as “unconstitutional”

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