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Red-tagging ‘will not cow us,’ say Philippine major religious superiors

“The Church will not and cannot be neutral on moral and ethical issues and concerns”

Church, civil society leaders decry terrorist designation of retired Catholic priest

The Anti-Money Laundering Council imposed a freeze order on the property and funds of ten individuals, including Msgr. Cerbito

Philippine activists get support from Canadian Protestant Church

The Church group called on the government to drop the perjury charges against some activists and “to end the practice of red-tagging”

International rights group calls for abolition of Philippines’ anti-terrorism task force

In a statement, Peter Murphy, ICHRP chairperson, said the anti-terrorism task force and the anti-terrorism law “are tools of state terrorism"

New Philippine security adviser calls for end to ‘red-tagging’

The United Nations has noted that red-tagging has a pernicious effect on civil society and democratic space in the Philippines

Ecumenical Bishops Forum condemns ‘red-tagging’ of Protestant prelate

“Red-tagging continues to demonize those who work for justice, peace, and righteousness, including the shepherds of the people of God"

‘Red-tagging’ killed Jesus, says bishop

Bishop Pablo Virgilio David said Jesus was charged with the crime of subversion that had something to do with "wrong politics”

Hundreds of Philippine Facebook accounts taken down for ‘malicious activities’

Human rights group Karapatan said Meta and Facebook’s actions “are severely inadequate” and “just too little and too late”

ASEAN parliamentarians call for end to ‘red-tagging’ of candidates in Philippine...

“Red-tagging” is the "baseless accusation of certain people as communists, terrorists, or state enemies”

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