Terrorism in the Philippines
are conflicts based
on political issues conducted by rebel organizations against the
Philippine government, its citizens and supporters. Most terrorism
in the country are conducted by Islamic terrorist
groups. The most active
terrorist groups in the Philippines are the Moro Islamic Liberation Front,
Moro National Liberation
Front, Abu Sayyaf, Rajah Sulaiman movement and Jemaah Islamiyah.
Prior to Islamic
terrorist groups, the Philippines were terrorized by communist
organizations, most notably the New
List of terrorist incidents in the Philippines
- December 30 - Rizal Day Bombings was a series of
explosions that occurred in Manila. The
explosions happened in close succession within the span of a few
hours. There were twenty two reported fatalities and around hundred
suffered fatal injuries.
- 2002 Zamboanga bombing a
was series of bomb explosions.
- October 17 - a bomb exploded inside a shopping centre killing
six and injuring about 150 people.
- October 18 - a bus exploded in Manila which killed three people
and wounding 22 civilians.
4, 2003 - a bomb exploded in Davao airport,
killing 21 people.
- On February 27 - 2004
SuperFerry 14 bombing resulted in the sinking of a ship and the
deaths of 116 people in the Philippines' worst terrorist attack and
the world's deadliest terrorist attack at sea.
- October 10 and October 11 - 2006 Central Mindanao
bombings was a series of bombings in Mindanao. Eight people
were killed and between 30 and 46 were injured.