Mindanao – from an Indonesian perspective

Posted on March 23, 2007

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This is from an Indonesian blog. Moros are Malays and we have so much in common with Indonesians and Malaysians — historical experience, culture, religion, and language. Before and during the Spanish colonial era, the court language in Moro sultanates was Malay (Bahasa).
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MINDANAU…..

LOOK AT HIS FACE…


AND HERS TOO…


DON’T THEY JUST LOOK LIKE ANYONE

NEXT TO US?

LOOK AT THEIR WARDROBE…

I WAS JUST ABOUT MISTAKENLY THINKING

THAT THEY MUST’VE BEEN COMING FROM MAKASSAR,

SULAWESI OR KALIMANTAN OR SUMATRA….

SOMEWHERE THIS COUNTRY

IT TURNS OUT THAT

THEY ARE MALAYS OF THE SOUTHERN PHILIPPINES

THE LAND CALLED MINDANAO

PLACES LIKE

TAWI-TAWI, SULU, BASILAN, MARAWI,

COTABATO, SULTAN KUDARAT, LANAO

JOLO, PALAWAN, MAGUINDANAO, AGUSAN


BANGSA MORO….

FORGET THEM NOT

FOR THEY JUST NOW BLEED

THEY SHALL OVERCOME

WITH ALLAH’S HELP

HELP BANGSA MORO

GAIN SOVEREIGNITY OVER THEIR OWN LAND

LINKS TO BANGSAMORO ON THE WEB:

BANGSAMORO (bangsamoro.net)

MARANAO (PUAK MINDANAO) (maranao.com)

MINDANAO’S REGIONS & PROVINCES (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/mindanao)

AUTONOMOUS REGION IN MUSLIM MINDANAO

(en.wikipedia.org/wiki/autonomous_region_in_muslim_mindanao)

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