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Title: Muslims Democracy? Monarchy?

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Subject: History
Author: Susan Z
Date: September 1, 2014
Level: University
Grade: B
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We recall that the Muslims of Mindanao and Sulu, unlike the people of other parts of the country, were never fully conquered by Spain and America. Hence they were able to live according to their customs and traditions with little interference from the colonizers. The Muslims want autonomy. Some prefer a complete secession from the country...

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The Muslims want autonomy. Some prefer a complete secession from the country. Datu Udtog Matalam, the founder of the Muslim Independence Movement, gave a hint of the type of government they want: “… the present constitution of the Philippines has not provided for the observance of their personal laws based upon their shariah and Adat laws...

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