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The islamization of mindanao and sulu

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  • Thanks a lot for your slide Su Choi.

    First of all, I would like to point the slide of 39-40 on account of the 12 strange things highlighted in the name of Islam. I not going to count all 12 odd so called ideologies but I'll at least snap out the given information about rule 10. Because I think it’s the funniest and oddest thing I have ever heard in my whole life as a Muslim. 

    Did you really assume to search if killing dogs is something mandatory between Muslims and is baseless or not? 12 made up rules u gave is baseless, groundless and away from the truth.

    I not ever implying that is your perception or comment on it, however these are just a common knowledge made up by those who have a strong dislike and animosity towards the notion of “Islam” or the notion of RELIGION. 12 things are totally including lots of strained and distorted information.

    I am asking you Does it make sense that Allah would create this wonderful animal only to be hated so intensely by the followers of His 'only true and prefect' religion? These are questions that would baffle non-Muslims. Allah makes a few mentions of dogs in the Quran, especially in Surah Kahf (The Cave, Surah 18). Quran 18:18:
    'You would think that they were awake, when they were in fact asleep. We turned them to the right side and the left side, while their dog stretched his arms in the entrance.'
    Here, Allah talks of a few people, who took refuse in a cave, because they were being forced by their opponents to pray to other Gods than Allah. And Allah saved them by giving refuge in a cave and keeping them asleep for 309 years. And Allah is saying: their dogs guarded the entrance of the cave over all those years.

    “…take not life, which God hath made sacred… 6:151.. Islam considers all life forms as sacred. However, the sanctity of human life is accorded a special place. The first and the foremost basic right of a human being is the right to live. The Qur'an equates the taking of even one human life unjustly, with killing all of humanity.

    It is really harder to crack prejudice than an atom as it is well said. People are prefer to have it from a hearsay rather than individually and freely get the chance chance of seeking the real sources of information given. Yes media and TV world can cook up stories but your will is important to judge after you listen to it. As a Muslim and person, I have never left destitute of loving the smallest creature like A mosquito even it bites me, I am aware of its creation and duty. The world is the exhibition Of Allah (God) and I am not passing by but deriving lessons from it. :)
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The islamization of mindanao and sulu

  1. 1.  The history of the Philippine Muslims is part of the backbone of the historical development of the whole country. Filipino historians like Dr. Renato Constantino asserted that no Philippine history can be complete without a study of Muslim development
  2. 2.  The rise of Islamic political institutions in Southeast Asia in the early 15th century is viewed as the culmination of Islamization after about 200 years when the Arabs introduced
  3. 3. WHEN IT STARTED The full Islamization of the west coast of Mindanao was accelerated with the arrival of Muhammad Sharif Kabungsuwan. It was not long after his arrival that Sharif kabungsuwan established the Sultanate of Maguindanao, possibly in 1516.
  4. 4.  The spread of Islam to Mindanao between 1450 and 1500 was part of the political goal of the Sulu sultanate.  Sulu was the first Muslim community in the south to establish a centralized government, the Sultanate of Sulu in 1450.
  5. 5.  The main concentration of the Philippine Muslim population is confined largely to the western side of Mindanao down to the Sulu Archipelago. In mainland Mindanao, the Muslims are dominant only in Lanao and Maguindanao provinces.
  6. 6.  The rest of the Muslim populations are scattered in nearby provinces such as Zamboanga peninsula, North Cotabato, Sultan Qudarat, South Cotabato, Davao Oriental, Davao del Sur and Sarangani island. In the Sulu Archipelago, the Muslims are all dominant in three island provinces of Basilan, Sulu and
  7. 7.  The Muslims in the south are also culturally linked to Muslim countries in Southeast Asia such as Indonesia, Malaysia, Brunei and the Patani of southern Thailand. They are composed of eleven ethnic groups.
  8. 8.  -The Maranao are concentrated in Lanao area.  -During the colonial period, they fought against the Spaniards, usually under the flag of the Maguindanao sultanate  -the Maranao are brave and have offered sacrifice in defense of their homeland and Islam  - Lanao is a land rich in literature. Darangan is an example of this. The existence of darangan attests to the level of civilization that the Maranao have achieved at one point. The Maranao
  9. 9. -Maguindanaon is the name of the family or dynasty which came to rule almost the whole island of Mindanao, particularly the former Cotabato. It later refers to the Muslim people who live in the Pulangi valley which sprawls the Southwestern part of Mindanao. -The Cotabato had been the seat of the Maguindanao sultanate. was able to organize the first Filipino settlement in 1912. -Their political power diminished after long period of fighting and resisting colonialism and Christianization, particularly at the beginning of the 20 th century. The Maguindanao
  10. 10.  -They claimed to be the origin of Lanao del sur and Maguindanao these two ethnic groups  -they formed part of the Maguindanao sultanate.  -They fought the western invaders under the flag of the Maguindanao sultanate.  -They used to ply the route connecting the Sulu sea, Moro gulf to Celebes sea, and raided the Spanish held territories along the way. The Iranun
  11. 11. -Prof. Muhammad Nasser Matli argued that the term Tausug is a slang word and originated from two words: tau (people) and ma-isug (brave). Therefore, Tausug means brave people. -As soon as they became Muslims they made themselves models by infusing Islamic values and politics to the government. The Tausug
  12. 12.  Seeing the beauty of Muslim leadership, the entire natives finally accepted Islam. The peaceful triumph of Islam in Sulu in the middle of the 13th century led to the Islamization of local politics.  This was the origin of the growth of Tausug communities in Tawi-Tawi, Palawan, Basilan, Zamboanga, and Sabah.
  13. 13. -The term Yakan is a mispronunciation of the word yakal by the Spaniards. -During colonial period the Spaniards branded the inhabitants of Basilan as Yakan, and became carried up to the present. -Basilan has been the target of Christian penetration since the Spanish era because of her rich resources like timber and fertile agricultural land. - The challenge of the Yakans today is to steer their young generation to assert their rights and develop confidence in their both material and non-material culture. The Yakan
  14. 14. -The Sama identity derived from the term sama- sama which means togetherness or collective effort. -The Sama people are highly dispersed and scattered in the Sulu Archipelago. -They have not able to develop a political institution that can advance their collective interest of their society. - Their social organization do not approach even the level of a clan, in a sense, because they have no recognized community leader. The Sama
  15. 15.  The Sangil came from Sangihe, an archipelago sprawling the Celebes sea just south of the Mindanao sea.  They embraced Islam later as a result of their continuous contact with their motherland, which became Islamized, as well as with the emerging Muslim communities in Maguindanao and Sulu in the 14 th century. The Sangil
  16. 16. -The Kaagan inhabited mostly Davao areas. -They became Muslims as a result of contact with the Maguindanao sultanate, and later strengthened with the arrival of some Tausug groups who helped to organize the Kaagan society. The Kaagan
  17. 17. -The Muslim concentration is mostly in the southern part of Palawan such as Batarasa, Rizal, Quezon, Brooke’s Point and Espanola. The Palawan
  18. 18. -They received Islamic influence and later embraced Islam from Brunei Muslim missionaries. -The propagation of Islam was active during the 15th century when Muslim principalities rose from the eastern side of the Malay peninsula and Borneo. The Molbog
  19. 19. -They received Islamic influence and later embraced Islam from Brunei Muslim missionaries. -The propagation of Islam was active during the 15th century when Muslim principalities rose from the eastern side of the Malay peninsula and Borneo. The Molbog
  20. 20. The Holy City of MECCA Mecca pronounced also transliterated as Makkah, is a city in the Hejaz and the capital of Makkah Province in Saudi Arabia. The city is located 70 km (43 mi) inland from Jeddah in a narrow valley at a height of 277 m (909 ft) above sea level. Its resident population in 2012 was roughly 2 million, although visitors more than triple this number every year during Hajj period held in the twelfth Muslim lunar month of Dhu al-Hijjah.
  21. 21.  As the birthplace of Muhammad and a site of the Muhammad's first revelation of the Quran (the site in specificity being a cave 3.2 km from Mecca), Mecca is regarded as the holiest city in the religion of Islam[6] and a pilgrimage to it known as the Hajj is obligatory for all ableMuslims. Mecca is home to the Kaaba, by majority description
  22. 22. In its modern period, Mecca has seen tremendous expansion in size and infrastructure, home to structures such as theAbraj Al Bait, also known as the Makkah Royal Clock Tower Hotel, the world's second tallest building and the building with the largest amount of floor area. Due to this expansion, Mecca has lost some historical structures and archaeological sites, such as the Ajyad Fortress. Today, more than 15 million Muslims visit Mecca annually, including several million during the few days of the
  23. 23. In its modern period, Mecca has seen tremendous expansion in size and infrastructure, home to structures such as theAbraj Al Bait, also known as the Makkah Royal Clock Tower Hotel, the world's second tallest building and the building with the largest amount of floor area. Due to this expansion, Mecca has lost some historical structures and archaeological sites, such as the Ajyad Fortress.[7] Today, more than 15 million Muslims visit Mecca annually, including several million during the few days of the
  24. 24. In its modern period, Mecca has seen tremendous expansion in size and infrastructure, home to structures such as theAbraj Al Bait, also known as the Makkah Royal Clock Tower Hotel, the world's second tallest building and the building with the largest amount of floor area. Due to this expansion, Mecca has lost some historical structures and archaeological sites, such as the Ajyad Fortress.[7] Today, more than 15 million Muslims visit Mecca annually, including several million during the few days of the
  25. 25. In its modern period, Mecca has seen tremendous expansion in size and infrastructure, home to structures such as theAbraj Al Bait, also known as the Makkah Royal Clock Tower Hotel, the world's second tallest building and the building with the largest amount of floor area. Due to this expansion, Mecca has lost some historical structures and archaeological sites, such as the Ajyad Fortress.[7] Today, more than 15 million Muslims visit Mecca annually, including several million during the few days of the
  26. 26. Islamic Calendar The Islamic calendar, Muslim calendar or Hijri calendar (AH) is a lunar calendar consisting of 12 months in a year of 354 or 355 days. It is used to date events in many Muslim countries (concurrently with the Gregorian calendar), and used by Muslims everywhere to determine the proper days on which to observe the annual fast (see Ramadan), to attend Hajj, and to celebrate other Islamic holidays and festivals. The first year was the Islamic year beginning in AD 622 during which the emigration of the Islamic Prophet Muhammad from Mecca to Medina, known as the Hijra, occurred. Each numbered year is designated either H for Hijra or AH for the Latin anno Hegirae (in the year of the Hijra),[3] hence, Muslims typically call their calendar the Hijri calendar. The current Islamic year is 1434 AH. In the Gregorian calendar 1434 AH runs from approximately 14 November 2012 (evening) to 4 November 2013 (evening).
  27. 27. Four of the twelve Hijri months are considered sacred, although there is disagreement over the designated months, such as between proponents for the sequences {7,11,12,1} vs. {12,1,2,3}.[4] The twelve Hijri months are named as follows in Arabic: Muḥarram — forbidden" — so called because battle was set aside (haram) during this month. Muharram includes the Day of Ashura. Ṣafar — void" — supposedly named because pagan Arabs looted during this month and left the houses empty. RabīʿI (Rabīʿal-Awwal) — the first spring". RabīʿII (Rabīʿath-Thānī or Rabīʿal-Ākhir) — or the second (or last) spring". Jumādā I (Jumādā al-Ūlā) — the first month of parched land". Often considered the pre-Islamic "summer".
  28. 28. Jumādā II (Jumādā ath-Thāniya or Jumādā al-Ākhira) — or the second (or last) month of parched land". Rajab — respect" or "honor". This is another sacred month in which fighting was traditionally forbidden. Shaʿbān— scattered", marking the time of year when Arab tribes dispersed to find water. Ramaḍān — scorched". Ramadan is the most venerated month of the Hijri calendar during which Muslims have to fast from dawn till sunset and honoring the poor people with something a brother or a sister needs within his or her society. Shawwāl — raised", as she-camels normally would be in calf at this time of year. Dhū al-Qaʿda— the one of truce". Dhu al-Qa'da was another month during which war was banned.
  29. 29.  1. It is a sin to pluck your eyebrows. 2. It is against Islamic doctrine to have pictures in your home. 3. If a Muslim wife refuses to wear a veil, others will see her as her husband's slave rather than his wife. 4. The punishment for having unmarried sex is whipping with a hundred lashes and then being exiled for a year. 5. Getting into Paradise is usually not a sure thing. Your good deeds must outweigh your bad deeds, but who knows for sure if they do? But there are three things you can do to guarantee you'll make it to Paradise: a) killing a non-Muslim in battle, b) if two of your children were killed fighting for Allah, or c) memorizing the ninety-nine names of Allah.
  30. 30.  6. Allah not just allows, but encourages Muslims to deceive non- Muslims if it will further the goals of spreading Islam. 7. Women are not allowed to wear hair extensions or a wig. 8. Wearing the color yellow is forbidden. 9. A Muslim must avoid yawning. Mohammad said, "Yawning is from Satan." 10. Dogs should be killed. All dogs. 11. Mohammad recommended women breastfeed young men. Then the men are considered family and would be allowed to talk to the woman unveiled. However, once she breastfed him, he would not be allowed to marry her. 12. It is a sin to lie on your back and cross your feet.
  31. 31. THAT’S ALL AND THANK YOU! (That’s All and Thank You!)

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