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EDITORIAL

04 July 2012

BANGSAMORO HISTORICAL NOTES

MNLF-MILF CONVERGENCE DIALOGUE: PART II

The unity-conscious members of the Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) pursued again the 'discussion on convergence of views and actions' in another meeting on June 30, this year, at the Waterfront Hotel, Davao City. The Bangsamoro colleagues-in-struggle came all the way from the different areas of Filipino-occupied Mindanao and some from Luzon to attend the MNLF-MILF convergence dialogue. The conference was originally scheduled to be held in Marawi City, Lanao Sur, but was shifted to Davao due to lack of accommodation in the purportedly  venue meeting.

 

The MNLF-MILF participants to the peace dialogue expressed satisfaction on the positive result of the meeting, committing to further work closer together in achieving the aspiration and sentiments for justice, freedom and self-determination of the oppressed Bangsamoro people of Mindanao under Philippine colonialism. The Bangsamoro freedom fighters attending the Davao meeting clearly expressed the need to strengthen and to operationalize the previous meetings of the MNLF and MILF leaders, particularly MNLF Chairman Prof. Nur Misuari and the martyred MILF Chairman Al-Ustaj Salamat Hashim and that of the present MILF Chair Alhaj Murad Ebrahim. They explicitly recognized the consequent agreements signed by the Bangsamoro leaders in Camp Abubakar al-Siddique, including the MNLF-MILF Agreement signed in Duzhenbe, Republic of Tajikistan, on May 20, 2010 under the auspices of the Organization of Islamic Conference (OIC).

 

The progressive members of the MNLF and MILF also agreed in principle to implement the necessary unity efforts of the two liberation fronts centering on the organization of a joint secretariat and other working committees and other concerned areas.

 

The MNLF-MILF delegates to the first Davao meeting that missed the second meet, like the prominent legal counsel of the MILF Peace Panel, Atty. Michael Mastura, and the following unity-conscious MNLF members, like Prof. Punduma Sani, Jalil 'Narra' Abduljabar, Reverend Cerveza Absalom and Brah Omar, have expressed solid support to the success of the recent inter-party dialogue. (Herewith is the full text of the Joint Statement). -osm/mnlfnet.com

 

 

THE FIRST MNLF-MILF CONVERGENCE DIALOGUE ON UNITY, DAVAO CITY, MAY 18-20, 2012

 

TRANSCRIPT OF THE PRESS CONFERENCE OF THE FIRST HISTORIC MEETING AFTER 21 YEARS BETWEEN MNLF CHAIRMAN NUR MISUARI AND MILF CHAIRMAN SALAMAT HASHIM Camp Abubakre As-Siddique March 16, 1999

 

 


 

 

 

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