Protesters at UP Diliman Advised to be Careful w/ Their Words vs Anti-Terror Law

Protesters at UP Diliman Receive Test Message Saying “Hinay-hinay lang sa pagsasalita

Several protesters at UP Diliman allegedly received advice informing them to be careful with their words against Anti-Terror Bill.

Previously, a lot of Filipino people have expressed their opposition to the Anti-Terrorism Act of 2020 signed by President Rodrigo Duterte. The law aims to prevent, prohibit, and punish any form of terrorism in the country.

The Twitter page “DZMM TeleRadyo” has shared the test message received by some rallyists at UP Diliman. The text message is advising them to be careful with their words because they might be got arrested due to Anti-Terror Law.


In the photo, it can be seen that the sender told its colleagues “Hinay-hinay lang sa pagsasalita o sa pagsama natin sa rally”. The informant also advised its colleagues to continue their fight at home instead of conducting protests at the streets.

The unnamed sender also said that the coronavirus disease 2019 continues to spread and mass gatherings such as rallies might spread the virus among protesters and to their families.

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Here is the full post:

“Hinay-hinay lang sa pagsasalita…” TINGNAN: Nakatanggap ng text message ang ilang nagra-rally sa UP Diliman kung saan pinag-iingat ang lahat sa pagsasalita dahil baka raw hulihin dahil sa Anti-Terror Law

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