|Author:||Hilario M Gomez|
|Title:||The Moro rebellion and the search for peace: A study on Christian-Muslim relations in the Philippines|
|Format:||mbr lrf lrf docx|
|ePUB size:||1278 kb|
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|Publisher:||Silsilah Publications (2000)|
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Hilario Gomez Jr. Hilario. UCCP Statements and Resolutions (1948-1990) (Quezon City: United Church of Christ in the PhilippinesThe Quest for Lasting Peace: The UCCP Experience. Lydia Niguidula, e. UCCP Statements and Resolutions (1948-1990) (Quezon City: United Church of Christ in the Philippines, 1990), Edna J. Orteza, "The Quest for Lasting Peace: The UCCP Experience," (photocopy, 12 December 2005).
Muslim-Christian relations, Gomez, Hilario Molijon. Muslims versus Christians in the Philippines : some notes on hostilities and. relationships in Mindanao, Southern Philippines, Gomez, Hilario Molijon. Gowing, Peter G. (Peter Gordon), 1930-Resurgent Islam and the Moro problem in the Philippines, Gowing, Peter G. Revolt in Mindanao : the rise of Islam in Philippines, Gowing, Peter G. (Peter A short bibliography of Muslim Filipinos, Gowing, Peter G. (Peter Gordon), Teaching Muslim Filipino history, Gowing, Peter G. (Peter Gordon), 1930-Towards Christian-Muslim understanding in the Philippines. Christian relations in the south Philippines : some materials collected in April. 1976, Hofsteede, W. M. F. (Wilhelmus M., 1923-Lanao ecology, Hoover, John.
The Moro Rebellion (1899–1913) was an armed conflict between the Moro people and the United States military during the Philippine-American War. The word "Moro" is a term for Muslim people who lived in the Southern Philippines, an area that includes Mindanao, Jolo and the neighboring Sulu Archipelago. The Moros have a 400-year history of resisting foreign rule
by Hilario Molijon Gomez. TYPE : PDF. Download Now. Home Political Science Contending with Terrorism by Michael E. Brown, Owen R. Coté, J. Sean M. Lynn-Jones, Steven E. Miller. by Rodolfo C Severino, Lorraine Carlos Salazar.
The Moro conflict was an insurgency in the Mindanao region of the Philippines, which lasted between 1969 and 2019. Due to marginalisation produced by continuous Resettlement Policy sustained at start of Mindanao and Sulu inclusion to the Philippine Commonwealth territory of 1935, by 1969, political tensions and open hostilities developed between the Government of the Philippines and Moro Muslim rebel groups. The developing Moro Insurgency was ultimately triggered by the Jabidah massacre, which saw the killing of 60 Filipino Muslim commandos. Main articles: Spanish–Moro conflict, Moro Rebellion, and Philippine resistance against Japan § Moro resistance on Mindanao and Sulu. A Local Church Living for Dialogue: Muslim-Christian Relations in Mindanao-Sulu, Philippines : 1965-2000. Gregorian Biblical BookShop. pp. 151 & 162. ISBN 978-88-7652-879-8.
Philippines (GRP) and two Muslim secessionist groups, Moro National. The conflict between the GRP and the Moro insurgents in the Southern Philippines has. Ethno-Territorial Conflict and Coexistence in the. The following lecture was given in Professor Jane Smiths' "Essentials of Christian-Muslim Relations" class in the summer of 2002. In the1900s, the Moro (Christian) population of the Philippines numbered 300,000, scattered throughout Mindanao and among smaller islands to the south and west of Mindanao known as the Sulu Archipelago. The dilution of the Moro population in their traditional homeland has had serious economic and political consequences. In the view of the Moros, a Christian is a land-grabber who is out to destroy Islam. To this day, the agrarian issue remains as the major cause of Moro rebellion.
Muslim - Christian Relations in Cotabato and Lanao del Norte By Rudy B. Rodil A series of major violent incidents led to what came to be known as the Mindanao Crisis in 1971, and the crisis itself constituted one of two major reasons for President Marcos’s declaration of Martial Law. This was most intense in Cotabato and Lanao del Norte. Conceded to win in the province are Quibranza for governor. Peace conference today (October 30) at Malacañang. Atty Fred Tamula and Antonio Bartolome (Lone NP) for board members. He claimed that there is no doubt in anybody’s mind that a state of rebellion exists in the Philippines. the outbreak of violence did not in fact envelop the whole of Mindanao. Muslims and Christians find themselves within the same geographical zone literally competing for land.