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THE OIC 40th CONFERENCE OF FOREIGN MINISTER, REPUBLIC OF GUINEA
09 December 2013

BANGSAMORO HISTORICAL NOTES

CHAIRMAN MISUARI TO ATTEND CONAKRY 40TH OIC CFM
AND 5TH IRAQ OIC THINK THANK FORUM

 

MNLF HAS LISTED BIG DELEGATION TO ATTEND 4OTH OIC COUNCIL OF FOREIGN MINISTERS (CFM) MEETING IN CONAKRY, 6-8 SAFAR 1435H

In response to the invitation of the Government of Republic of Guinea through the General Secretariat of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) to Chairman Prof. Nur Misuari of the Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) to attend the 40th Session of the Council of Foreign Ministers of the OIC scheduled in Conakry, Republic of Guinea, from 6-8 Safar 1435H (December 9-11, 2013), the MNLF has listed a full battery charged delegation composed of thirty three members.

The big number MNLF delegation headed by Chairman Misuari is tasked to attend both the 40th Session of the OIC Council of Foreign Ministers and the anticipated sidelined technical meeting of the Ministerial Tri-Partite Review of the September 2, 1996 MNLF-OIC-GRP Jakarta Peace Agreements,

It is recalled that the Philippine Aquino government showed no respect to the 1996 peace agreement forged under the Ramos government. It decided to terminate the peace process with the MNLF that decided immediately to revert back to pursue its original objective of struggling for freedom and independence for the Bangsamoro homeland of Mindanao, Sulu and Palawan (MINSUPALA), including North Borneo. While actively conducting a successful series of peaceful campaigns for complete independence and national self-determination for the Bangsamoro people in Jolo, Basilan, General Santos and Davao since August up to September, 2013, the scheduled MNLF peace rally in Zamboanga City was blocked by the local government.

The total suppression of the MNLF members to conduct their fundamental human rights to peaceful assembly by the Climaco government, and worse, the harassment, arrest and imprisonment of some MNLF members triggered the 19-day September war between the mostly Visayan soldiers of the colonial Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) and the MNLF freedom fighters led by Ustaj Khabier Malik. Similar to the 1974 AFP-MNLF war and burning of entire town of Jolo, the AFP soldiers burned around 10,160 houses and mosques during the AFP-MNLF war in Zamboanga City that resulted in a catastrophic humanitarian disaster.The United Nations (UN), OIC, European Union (EU) and concerned humanitarian and peace advocate NGOs had to pressure both the Aquino government and MNLF to

end the bloody war, resulting to a big number of human and material losses.

After the AFP-MNLF war in Zamboanga City, the OIC General Secretariat appealed to both the Philippine government and the Moro National Liberation Front to continue the peace process by re-scheduling the holding of the Tri-partite Review meeting from November 4, 2013 to be conducted simultaneously with the 40th OIC CFM conference in Conakry, December 9-11, this year.

 Thus, the Conakry 40th OIC ICFM conference and the outcome of the sidelined meeting of the MNLF-OIC-GRP Ministerial Tri-Partite Committee is crucial to the freedom struggle of the Bangsamoro people launched actively again by the MNLF.

Invitation to Prof. Nur Misuari and his delegation to attend the 40th OIC-CFM to be held in the Republic of Guinea, 9-11 December, 2013.

CHAIRMAN MISUARI INVITED BY OIC THINK TANKS GROUP FORUM IN IRAQ

On  another development towards the enhancement of the OIC as a global Islamic organization to conform with the modern trend of rapid development in all fields of endeavour, Chairman Prof. Nur Misuari has been in advance invited to attend the "5th Think Tanks Forum of the OIC Countries" scheduled in Bagdad, capital city of the Republic of Iraq, on 21-22 February, 2014.

 The global forum is organized and hosted by the Iraqi Group of Strategic Studies in cooperation with TASAM (Turkish Asian Center for Strategic Studies. The official invitation to the MNLF Chairman to attend the progressive global forum for all OIC member states and Muslim communities is facilitated by Dr. Torham M Al Mufti, Minister of Communications and Provincial Affairs, Republic of Iraq.

 Chairman Misuari has still to response to the invitation and to send the offical listing of the MNLF delegation to the OIC Think Thank Forum. -osm/mnlfnet.com

Invitation to Prof. Nur Misuari and his delegation to attend the 5th Think Tank Forum of OIC Countries to be held in the Republic of Iraq, 21-22 February, 2013.

   

   

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