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Lord we pray for no after shocks, no tsunami, no one hurt. IN THE MIGHTY NAME OF JESUS we all take refuge.

– if you prayed this prayer… Agree with Amen.

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Please Pray for fast recovery of the comedy king dolphy , He still in ICU

King of Comedy Dolphy (or Rodolfo Vera Quizon Sr. in real life) remains in critical condition at the Makati Medical Center as of Thursday morning.
Dolphy’s son Eric Quizon said his father’s condition is somewhat better, but still critical.
“Actually ‘yung daddy ko parang nag-stabilize siya. So ‘yung condition niya of course hindi pa rin siya natatanggal sa tinatawag nating critical state. Hindi pa rin siya pinaalis doon. But somehow nag-normalize ng kaunti,” he said in an interview on GMA News’ Unang Balita on
Thursday morning.
The family of veteran actor-comedian Dolphy is hoping for a miracle as their father remains in critical but stable condition Thursday at the Makati Medical Center.

His family continued to remain strong for their father and for each other, especially after Dolphy opened his eyes for the first time in three or four days during dialysis, said his son Eric Quizon.

“Trying to be strong for each other,” Quizon noted in a text message to GMA News Online when asked how he and the family was coping with their father’s situation.

“We are taking everything in stride. Hoping for a miracle at this point,” he added.

“Somehow nagmulat ang kanyang mata for a while at tumingin siya sa paligid. Siyempre natuwa ang mga kapatid ko, kaming lahat dahil alam naming na nadidinig niya kami ng time na yun and I knew he was trying to communicate with us,” said Quizon during a press conference at the Makati Medical Center.

Suffering from complications of a chronic obstructive pulmonary disease or COPD, Dolphy was rushed to the Makati Medical Center intensive care unit last June 9.

Since then, his partner, singer-actress Zsa Zsa Padilla, and his children, who are in the Philippines, never left his side. Some of his other children live abroad. —VS, GMA News

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Sapa-AFP | 27 May, 2012 15:31

The bodies of children whom anti-government protesters say were killed by government security forces lie on the ground in Huola, near Homs May 26, 2012. A Syrian artillery barrage killed more than 90 people, including dozens of children, in the worst violence since the start of a U.N. peace plan to staunch the flow of blood from Syria’s uprising, activists said on Saturday. The bloodied bodies of children, some with their skulls split open, were shown in footage posted to YouTube purporting to show the victims of the shelling in the central town of Houla on Friday. The sound of wailing filled the room.

“In total, 13 004 people were killed,” Abdel Rahman said, adding that 9 183 of them were civilians.

Another 3 072 were regime troops and 749 were army defectors, he added, noting that civilians who had taken up arms during the increasingly militarised revolt were being counted under the category of “civilians.”

The violence has been relentless despite an April 12 ceasefire brokered by UN-Arab League peace envoy Kofi Annan.

“Since the ceasefire came into effect, 1 881 people have been killed,” said Abdel Rahman, referring to clashes between rebels and regime troops, repression by government forces and bomb attacks.

The Observatory’s latest figures were published a day after at least 92 people, a third of them children, were killed in Houla, a town in the flashpoint central province of Homs.

Abdel Rahman said the international community had to “react” to the burgeoning violence and said the UN observer mission deployed under Annan’s peace plan had arrived too late at Houla despite being warned of the violence.

“Why didn’t the UN observers go to the site as soon as the attack was announced?” he asked. “If the world does not react after the Houla massacre, that would be a catastrophe.”

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