Giya Website tano na kunaba domadaorog ko kapapantagan a bitiyara ko politika sa Mindanao ago sa Pilimpinas, aya pamuntosan a website aya na so sumpad gowani o mga Mranao/Iranaon sa diron kalipati o kisalimbago a mga kagodaan
DI AKO MORO?
Iranon di ka moba na ranao di ka moragis ka ala andamanaya na tawan tawan daa ped
a kipentindegen ami ko ingaran na khadadag ka aya izalimbago na ilano a di kakal
a pimbabago a tema a dimi pezinirigan ka andang a miniropa o manga solimbag i tig
na odi kapagimani na khada so marawraw ka khaalin so padoman a asal a inigambar.
ka magonot ko pesamber na khaarogan ko reges ka iphagalin sa didaw so songka-songka inambar a sii miyakapoon sa inged a KADARAAN..!
By Alvin Maruhom (BI)
Dayamon sa Iranon a Romaruk a Tantaon a Dariday sa Bayabao a Lombay sa Dumagandar
madait na pangoyat na pangandag a kapupamamakinuga tano ko manga rinarinaoniyan na aya mala na so manga darangunian a kapagondoga manga oragis, kapuminoyod sa damoao ago kambatogun ipangoraw akun rukano a babae akun aya sa ilaya niyo sa Youtube so manga idaidaiyan sa basa darangen,
BAE TARHATA ALONTO-LUCMAN
first Muslim lady governor of Lanao del Sur
Princess Tarhata "Tata" Alonto Lucman is the first Muslim lady governor of Lanao del Sur, appointed in 1971. She is a member of one of the royal families of Maranao, she fought the Martial Rule of the deposed President Marcos. Known as Tata, she is better known as a rido (clan conflict) settler, noted in a TIME magazine article for helping the release of kidnapped nuns in Marawi City in 1986. From 2001, she has been leading the Muslim-dominated province of Lanao del Sur, the Autonomous Regional Government in Muslim Mindanao.
Born into royalty among Ramain’s Sultanates, Tata as a girl-child looked up to other pioneering Moro ladies like Princess Tarhata Kiram and Dayang Dayang Piandao of Sulu who were able to get educated and travel abroad and to the capital. Within her one year of schooling in her hometown, she was accelerated to grade 4 at the tender age of 6 years old.
The only English-speaking among the household, she acted as translator at the busy home of her father, Alauya Alonto , who was a religious leader and politician. Tata was reared in the world of politics. She assisted her father, who was “no read, no write” in his travels to Manila. This would be her training ground in the man’s world. Constantly defying rules, Tata also didn’t want to marry someone not her choice. She was constantly engaged by her family to men from Maranao buena pamilia , but she would break the betrothals . She would find that the constant visitor, mentor at her home would be interested in her. She soon married Sultan Al-Rashid Lucman.
AIMAN CAIRODEN PANGANDA O MRANAO
MSU's First Muslim Summa cum Laude
Aiman Cairoden, son of a poor Maranaw widow, just wanted to have a college diploma so he can have a decent job and help send his five siblings to school.
Cairoden did not just receive a college diploma on Thursday (April 4), but also brought honor and fame to his home-province of Lanao del Sur for graduating summa cum laude from the state-run Mindanao State University's (MSU) 2013 Bachelor of Science in Biology class.
He is the first ever Moro student to achieve such feat since the creation of the University in 1961.
The MSU is the biggest government-owned university in Mindanao.
Cairoden, son of a Maranaw driver who died in a car accident two years ago, is an ethnic Maranaw from the first district of Lanao del Sur.
Since the university was created in 1961, all of its summa cum laude graduates were non-Muslims, mostly Visayans.
Cairoden’s mother and siblings wept as he delivered his valedictory address before 1,926 graduates at the Dimaporo Gymnasium inside the MSU campus.
Cairoden was known in the MSU campus as a studious and frugal student, who spent his money wisely.
He has many Muslim and Christian friends from whom he borrowed science text books.
relatives said Cairoden is still uncertain if he would proceed to study medicine or immediately look for a job so he can help send his younger siblings to school.
SPEECH OF SULTAN KUDARAT
What have you done? Do you realize what subjection would reduce you to? A toilsome slavery under the Spaniards! Turn your eyes to the subject nations and look at the misery to which such glorious nation had been reduced to, look at the Tagalog and Visayan: Are you better than they? Do you think that the Spaniards consider you of better stuff? Have you not seen the Spaniards trample them under their feet? Do you not see everyday how they are obliged to work at the oars and the factories with all their rigors? Can you tolerate anyone with little Spanish blood to beat you up and grasp the fruits of your labor? Allow your selves to be subjects (today) and tomorrow you will be at the oars; I, at least will be a pilot, the biggest favor they will allow a chief. Do not let their sweet words deceive you; their promises facilities their deceits, which little by little, enable them to control everything, reflect on how even minor promises to the chief of other nations were not honored until they become master of them all, see now what is being done to these chief and how they are being led by rod.
THE CHOSEN ONE
by Maher Zain
In a time of darkness and greed It is your light that we need You came to teach us how to live Muhammad Ya Rasool Allah
You were so caring and kind Your soul was full of light You are the best of mankind Muhammad Khaira Khalqillah Sallu ‘ala Rasulillah, Habib Al Mustafa Peace be upon The Messenger The Chosen One
From luxury you turned away And all night you would pray Truthful in every word you say Muhammad Ya Rasul Allah
Your face was brighter than the sun Your beauty equaled by none You are Allah’s Chosen One Muhammad Khaira Khalqillah Sallu ‘ala Rasulillah, Habib Al Mustafa Peace be upon The Messenger The Chosen One
I will try to follow your way And do my best to live my life As you taught me I pray to be close to you On that day and see you smile When you see me Sallu ‘ala Rasulillah, Habibil Mustafa Peace be upon The Messenger The Chosen One
Sallu ‘ala Rasulillah, Habibi Mustafa Peace be upon The Messenger The Chosen One
Managontaman tano ka oba mindarainon so simba tano ko tohan sa aya kapiya niyan na ikhawatan so dungki na ilaod so kasiig na talakun so kariit sa di tatatpun sa pikir sa aya tano thodayan so olaola mapiya a parangay a matanos na ikasoy ko phangampong so ka iisa o bansa na imbalingan sa ranao so kapung-giginawai a dii miphapandayan ko darpa ko phangampong a pud a pinto o simba a kakasi o Muslim sa ingud aya Ranao, na di tano puribonun so taritib na igma ka giyanan I pasodan a ki darpa ko panggao a kisong ko maliwanag a darpa mamondiong a lalayonon so rinao,
Lindingun ta so ingud sa tanorun so simokut ka phagaolan sa ranaw so gipakanggiginara o singanin o madakul ka so damakasanipa a dadun makandapata a isabo sa ompongan na miakapulaoda ka sabapan ko pangkatan(politics) a minilut ko kanggaring na miakaonotompun a kaliwatan so sumpad na karundan so taritib a piagayonayonan a ping-giginawaiyan o mona miamagingud ko pat a mombao ko ranaw, na pamaginakolaan sa ditano purundanun so igma na taritib ka ayabo da kaogun o paninggalan o ranaw a posaka ko rawatun(Nabi Mohammad) ka oda so maratabat na mabalon ko bangsa sa kapuphananadumi ko agama a islam a inilinding ko ingud ko iranon pipharasan a ranaw piphandaraan, na muraranona tano na ikasoy ko phangampong so kaiisa o bansa ka kanonogon o pangampong ago so puphangampongon ka kada so rangka manis ka magonot ko pimbago a limpangan ko pagingud,
LEGENDARY MARANAO HERO
AMAI PAKPAK (DATU AKADIR)
A fearless Maranao warrior, Amai Pakpak, also known as Datu Akadir, born in Buadi sa Kayo, lived and died for the cause of Muslim freedom. He was famous for his heroic military exploits against the Spaniards, particularly in his defense of the legendary Kota Marahui (Marawi), the fortification made of earth and stone, which he had built. The Kota served as a bulwark against the Spanish invasions of 1891 and 1895.
Today, Kota Marahui is now known as Camp Amai Pakpak. The nearest landmark, located several meters away, is the Agus 2 hydraulic plant since 1650, when the Maranaos routed the Spanish expeditionary forces sent by Governor Corcuera, Lake Lanao had been free of foreign intrusion. It was not until 1891 that the Spaniards sent another invading force to try to capture the lake area. Personally led by Governor-General Valeriano Weyler, the campaign, begun in April, aimed to establish military strongholds in key points over Lanao and Cotabato. To carry this out, Weyler organized more than a thousand troops who were transported to Iligan Bay by four ships packed with military supplies. The main objective was Kota Marahui, which had been heavily fortified by cannons and guns, the Muslim warriors manning them ready to sacrifice their lives.
On August 19, Marahui fell, but the following day, Amai Pakpak and his forces reconsolidated and launched a fierce counterattack, proving that despite Marahui’s loss, the rest of Lanao was not about to give up. On August 21, 1891, the Spaniards launched a two-pronged attack. They bombarded the fort, overwhelming its defenders. Both sides sustained heavy casualties, though Amai Pakpak and his men who survived the onslaught eluded capture by retreating into the lake settlements. There, they regrouped. The Spaniards did not savor their initial victory for long. Three days later, the Muslims were back a bigger and more formidable force that compelled them to withdraw in their own redoubts in North Lanao.
Henceforth, the Muslims regularly staged lightning raids, in small units, against enemy settlements in southern Misamis Oriental and Iligan. This went on for four years. In time, the colonial government decided that if the stalemate were to end and the Muslim settlements around Lake Lanao subdued, the campaign on land should be bolstered by naval support a strategy that had found success elsewhere in Mindanao. Thus, a fleet of four steel-armed light gunboats was sent to the lake within a period of one year, from 1894 to
na ripatanay ripatan na ripatangkodn sa dar piyakandolon dolon ranona goso gagaw dabo matanto sa tig ka izandn si rinibon mindirondan sa lolot na ditabo khasanaan na ilaothaniyambo sa dana sinotaon ka rinibonakonyan da dami kapagayuni na obabo inisampay sa mribongka mribon dikanggiginawai na daana piragatan kaliwanago ragat kalangaso bangunan nagobo bangkorong maog i raramaga kanggaring.
Na inokowan ka dadn ka rinibonakonyan sa dadna sinokoron na didn irido sa dar ka baino miyaribon dikanggiginawai barakn bara sabap i sabapan sa ladka na phakatumangka mambo sa kiyandiribonka ka piphandapatanakn na rupa dita pagayon na makaphagalangta sa dyalnga madakl ka alnga dowatabo diyakongkabo kuris na diko ska suratan na izana sawang sa tig i bako ska masndod ko mala sa ginawangka
na ayapmana bnar apiyapn batumani miyaribon sa isa i kapnggiginawai na oso kipantakhoron na obgay so kadnan na ibuburodakndn karudan so ranongko na ragat so gagawakn sa rumbaa ladanka ka dingkapnka so bntal a dlgnay mngkosan a bayai marubaon na inoso kaplolot a daa iklasiyan sa dayon sa pakataman sa kagiya miyaribon kapnggiginawai na aya pzanaangko ko piyakandulonata a damalalyon sonor a damatatap suratan na badn miyariwada sa daa katigangkoron na kagya miyatangkd a miyakaplaoda kapngginawaita
na owana minibulog daliya sandata a miyabalona dapat data kapagayuni na pagilangasaanta sa dawakhadna sanang maliwanag ki ladan sa diyakomakaalang sa ginawa na pzorot sa lada pngginawai ka kagiya miyatantowa minggaringka sa isa na batadn pagayuni a omamboo khatantowa manggadongakowa taw na gowakoba plombay nagoka mambo dariday na surangata balai ka ronta pakaklasay miyathya rangkono ranon gagaw sa garing a daa iklasiyan a dayon sa pakataman ka an matangkd sa tig a dadna inikaogo kaiisa o bansa.
MAJOR DATU SALMAN M. SAAD
This young prince of Tugaya and Marogong deserves to be recognized by his tribesmen for his participation in the community and success his career as martial artist in the field of KARATE DO and later became successful Military man.
Born in Tugaya lanao del Sur and raised in Marogong Lanao del Sur to his parents Col. Papala Saad and Prof. Hadja Naima Mikunug Saad, School principal at Pandi a Ranao Elementary School, Tugaya Lanao del Sur, both his parents are scion of Tubaran, Marogong, Binidayan and Tugaya,
During his college life in Mindanao State University MSU, he joined the MSU Karate Club and became black belter and won for many Karate tournaments in the University and delegated by the Club and his colleagues to represent Marawi City to the first Philippine National Game, tournament for Karate do Championship, hold in Pasig City in in the year 1994. Salman Mikunug Saad is the first Iranaon/Maranao declared by the referees as National Champion in the field of Karate do followed by his co delegates, Lindy Gabriel and Daks Macapodi in the same event; He also won for many karate tournaments during his college days in Cagayan de Oro College from the PKF Club of CDO.
Salman M. Saad is a graduated BS Criminology at Cagayan De Oro College and certified Board Passer by the Philippine Regulatory Commission PRC prior for his approval in Philippine National Police. Aside from his duties and responsibilities as police Major, he was also delegated to the PNP National karate tournament and won as the first and only Iranaon-Maranao became national Champion in PNP Karate open Tournament and he was selected RP Team member to represent Philippine to the SEA Game in Thailand until now he is the undefeated and defending champion of PNP national Karate championship.
Being a genuine royal blood of Ranao, he was enthroned as Sultan Ampuan of the royal house of Tugaya in the year 2006 from the line of seven Maruhoms sons of Datu Amtak of Tugaya, he is also belong to the royalty of Masiu from the line of Datu Naib son of Maruhom Dialaloden who is a son Balindong Bsar and Pindawadawaoray, that was his succession right in the Sultanate of Masiu.
He receives awards from private and government organization, one of his awards first among the ten most outstanding Muslim youth of the Philippine in the year 2006. He is now serving Pantar and Magsaysay Lanao Del Norte as PNP Chief of Police and Current Director of Philippine Karate Federation PKF ARMM region.
In behalf of this Website and the People of Ranao, we are Proud for Iranaon like him.
SULTAN ALI DIMAPORO
SULTAN ALI B. DIMAPORO
1. Lanao Governor
2. Lanao Congressman
3. MSU President
4. Lanao del norte Governor
5. Lanao del norte Congressman
6. Lanao del sur Governor
7. Lanao del sur Congressman
8. Lanao del sur 2nd district Graduated Congressman
9. Sultan of royale House of Masiu
sii makapoon a bangsa ko Moriatao CANDIA sa Binidayan ago Moriatao MARUHOM sa Binidaya kalalangkap o telo a Maruhom a so AMPASO, SAYAWA, PONDAG, poon pen a bangsa ko Moriatao Diwan sa Bayang ago so Amerol sa Wato ago so pat a Datu sa Raya sa wato isaon so Maruhombsar, Ago so Maupaat sebo sa Poona Bayabao aya mala na so Maruhom Rahmatula ago Maruhom Jalaloden sa Masiu.
MGA PAGARI NIYAN
1. Sult. Mohamad Ali Dimaporo
2. Sult. Naga Dimaporo
3. Speaker pro. Macacuna Dimaporo
4. Dir. Monib Dimaporo
5. Minangoao Dimaporo (potri Maamor sa Binidayan)
6. Bai Osinta Dimaporo (karoma i ALim Sanggoyod)
MGA KAROMA NIYAN
1. Bai Lala Dimakuta Dimaporo
2. Bai Bilianti
3. H. Muslima Maruhom Dimaporo
4. Bai Diamalia
MGA WATA IYAN
1. ABDULAH D. DIMAPORO (Governor lanao del norte)
2. H. Raihana (Bai Sittie)
3. Camar D. Dimaporo
4. Marcos D. Dimaporo
5. Hatta D. Dimaporo
6. Apipa D. Maruhombsar
7. Bai Zoraida
8. Bai Ocora Dimaporo
BRIEF HIGHLIGHTS OF SULTAN DIMAPORO’S LIFE
AND PUBUC SERVICE
A scion of many principalities in Lanao, Mohamad Ali Dimaporo was born on June 15, 1918 in the Sultanate of Binidayan to Sultan Dimaporo and Bai Potre Maamor Borngao, a royal couple variably descended from founding Ancestor Balindong and Ancestor Maruhom.
Starting in 1928, Ali as he is lovingly called, went through grade schools in Binidayan, Camp Keithley, and Ganassi. He attended secondary education in Lumbatan, but completed the course it the Lanao High School in Dansalan (Marawi City) in 1938.
He finished the pre-Law course at the University of the Philippines, but while pursuing regular law at UP. and later at Far Eastern University, World War II spread to the Philippines in 1941 which sent him to the battlefield as an ROTC reserved officer.
With the rank. Lieutenant, he was assigned to the defense command of USAFFEE Brig. Gen. Guy 0. Fort which fiercely resisted the Japanese invasion of the L,anao Military Sector in 1942 before the surrender.
Along with other Maranao officers and volunteer sultans and datus, Dimaporo helped General Fort organize the Bolo Battalion which became the first nucleus of the Mindanao Guerrilla Movement (l942-1945) that resisted the dark days of Japanese Occupation before. Gen. Douglas Macarthur returned for the liberation of the Philippines. Dimaporo directly commanded a guerrilla unit which annihilated a struggling Japanese garrison at Fort Corcuera in Malabang in 1945.
In 1949, ex-Army Officer Dimaporo was elected Congressman of the then undivided Lanao. After the division of the province, he was twice elected Governor of Lanao del Norte in 1959 and 1963, respectively. In 1969, he left the governorship and was elected Congressman of the same province.
During the inception of Martial Law, he left the public service to manage his private business enterprises. But in 1976, he was appointed Governor of Lanao del Sur and, later, concurrently a member of the Mindanao State University Board of Regents. While maintaining the governorship, he held concurrently the posts of Officer-in-Charge (now Acting President) of the State University and Chairman of the defunct Provisional Government of Southern Philippines.
During the 1980 elections he was regularly elected-as Governor of Lanao del Sur. At this height of the national government’s trust in his leadership, he is concurrently Acting President of MSU and a member of the National Executive Committee—all positions of great responsibilities and honor
During the 1986 elections he was regularly elected Congressman of Lanao del sur II and completely finished his three consecutive term. Ali Dimaporo was died on 2003…..
Based on the account of Governor Dimaporo’s boyhood classmate, Dr. Mamitua Saber, retold by Atty. Guiing Mamondiong, Provincial Board Member.
ALI DIMAPORO'S FAMILY
COTABATO CITY, April 22, 2004 (STAR) By John Unson — Veteran Muslim politician Mohammad Ali Dimaporo died of old age at the Philippine Heart Center in Quezon City at dawn yesterday.
Muslim communities across Mindanao, where Dimaporo was one of the most feared warlords, mourned his death.
Because he had no birth certificate, Dimaporo was estimated to be in his mid-90s.
The Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) will observe a week-long mourning period to give "courtesy, respect and recognition" to Dimaporo.
"He may be gone but his works and sacrifices for the Maranao people and Muslims in other parts of the ARMM will be remembered as a legacy," Gov. Parouk Hussin said in a statement.
After fighting the Japanese as a guerrilla leader during World War II, Dimaporo emerged as one of Mindanao’s most powerful politicians.
He became a provincial governor, congressman, university president and ally of the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos.
According to G. Carter Bentley, a specialist in Marawi politics, the "three G’s of Philippine politics, guns, goons and gold, swirl around him with manic abandon."
"In many ways, he is an anomaly. He is a Muslim who reached the highest levels of power within the Philippine government while the Muslim minority and that government were at war," Bentley wrote in "An Anarchy of Families," a book on the Philippines’ political dynasties.
"He is a man of relatively modest origins who attained an extremely high position among the Maranao hereditary nobility. Many find him outrageous, even laughable, but he commands respect because, in the desperately competitive world of Maranao (and of Philippine) politics, he wins. His was a political dynasty only one generation deep, but he is already laying the groundwork to extend it into the future."
Dimaporo’s remains will be brought back today for burial in his hometown of Binidayan, Lanao del Sur via the Cagayan de Oro airport. On hand will be his family and close relatives led by his son Rep. Abdullah Dimaporo of the second district of Lanao del Norte and wife, Gov. Imelda Dimaporo, and cousin Motalib Dimaporo, mayor of Sultan Naga Dimaporo town.
The more than 500-vehicle convoy will escort the remains to his hometown where the body will be buried before sunset today in accordance with Muslim tradition.
The eldest of eight children, Dimaporo was born on June 15, 1918, to Datu Dimaporo Marahom and Potri-Maamor Borngao Marahom in Binidayan, a small town south of LakeLanao in Lanao del Sur. His father was the sultan of Binidayan but the title later went to a cousin.
But it was Dimaporo’s grandparents who largely raised him.
After graduating from high school in Dansalan in 1938, he took up law at the University of the Philippines. During his second year there, a star student was arrested for murder while preparing for the Bar.
That student’s impassioned defense before the Supreme Court that led to his acquittal captured the imagination of the nation and his fellow law students, including Dimaporo.
That student was Ferdinand Marcos, of whom Dimaporo would later become a staunch political ally.
World War II broke out and Dimaporo was drafted into the Philippine Army. After the surrender of US forces in the Philippines, Dimaporo was interned in May 1942 in a prisoner-of-war camp.
He was released in July after promising the Japanese occupiers that he would help pacify the Maranao populace. While Dimaporo helped in the pacification, he secretly aided guerrillas, providing weapons and supplies.
In June 1944 — four months before US forces landed in Leyte — Dimaporo led a guerrilla force and openly resisted the Japanese in a war of hit-and-run until US troops arrived in the province in 1945. By then, the whole place was in guerrilla hands.
Dimaporo entered the political arena after World War II. "Wartime service in the resistance helped further many political careers in the postwar period," Bentley wrote.
Following Philippine independence in 1946, Dimaporo was part of the wave of Muslims being brought into the electoral process for the first time when national party leaders were seeking prospective Muslim candidates.
Dimaporo joined the Liberal Party and was elected congressman, representing Lanao, which was then a single province.
In 1953, Dimaporo ran for re-election but lost. He claimed that the military in the province — which was loyal to then defense secretary Ramon Magsaysay, the Nacionalista Party’s presidential candidate — interfered in the polls.
Dimaporo protested the election results and was later declared winner by the House Electoral Tribunal — but with only six months left in his term.
In 1957, he lost again and Dimaporo retired to his farms in Karomatan, intending to make money by growing cassava.
But the political landscape changed dramatically in 1959 when the province was divided into predominantly Muslim Lanao del Sur and predominantly Christian Lanao del Norte.
In the local elections that year, Dimaporo ran for governor of Lanao del Norte under the LP banner but he was not expected to win.
Dimaporo had several factors going against him.
He was up against the province’s powerful Lluch clan. "Only two of the 19 municipal mayors endorsed him. He lacked the degree of descent rank that would have solidified a Maranao following, and he was not politically wealthy," Bentley wrote.
Dimaporo said he decided not to run in Lanao del Sur because that meant going up against the Alonto-Lucman clan, which had "complete political hegemony" there.
However, the Lluch clan had made many important enemies including a few powerful families, with whom Dimaporo drew support. He won by a mere 275 votes.
"In this and subsequent elections, Dimaporo displayed his acumen as a political organizer, his almost uncanny ability to turn an apparent weak position into a winning one," according to Bentley. Loyalist
Dimaporo ran for Congress in the 1965 general elections, still with the LP. It was the year he would seal his ties with Ferdinand Marcos.
Being a loyal party member, he supported the incumbent President Diosdado Macapagal, President Arroyo’s father.
But he actually wanted Marcos, who had jumped ship and joined the Nacionalista Party, to win.
During Marcos’ visit to IliganCity, Dimaporo’s wife went into labor and Marcos went with him to the hospital, and Dimaporo named his son Ferdinand Marcos Dimaporo.
He earned Marcos’ favor later by reportedly refusing petitions from LP emissaries to rig the vote and make it appear that Macapagal won overwhelmingly in the province. Marcos won by a sizable margin as a result.
In 1966, Dimaporo solidified his ties with Marcos when news broke that military officers had liquidated several dozen Muslim recruits into a secret army unit.
The so-called "Jabidah Massacre" galvanized Muslim opposition against the government but Dimaporo — almost alone among Muslim leaders — stood by Marcos.
"In this crisis, Dimaporo’s willingness to subordinate his Muslim identity to personal and party loyalty earned him Marcos’s gratitude," Bentley wrote.
In 1969, Dimaporo was re-elected. By then, the hotly contested polls unveiled signs of sectarian violence in the Lanao provinces, with rival politicians, including Dimaporo, maintaining private armies.
Dimaporo reportedly kept a 300-strong force, nicknamed the "Barracudas." Malacaٌang was alarmed because the violence could ignite a sectarian war engulfing Mindanao.
In 1976, the height of martial law, Marcos appointed Dimaporo provincial governor of Lanao del Sur, giving him what he could not win in elections.
A few months later he was made president of MindanaoStateUniversity, whose budget was bloated and money went allegedly to his pockets. Dimaporo left MSU in 1986 after the fall of the Marcos dictatorship and was replaced as governor by the new Corazon Aquino administration.
Despite his warlord image, Dimaporo "seemed to have come through the trauma of Marcos’s fall remarkably unscathed," Bentley said.
"According to Maranao standards, his behavior tends to be coarse, more typical of a commoner than of the aristocrat he claims to be," Bentley wrote. "But he has repeatedly shown a subtlety in political maneuvering unmatched in the fiercely competitive arena of Maranao politics."
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Comment posted by Jahairah Candia alimona, 10/18/2017 at 9:40am (UTC): I hope to meet you all my relatives I've been in binidayan when uncle Jimmy died
Comment posted by Anonymous, 06/02/2017 at 5:04pm (UTC): May nakilala aqong isang babaeng Muslim sbi nia anak DW xa ng sikat na c Ali Dimaporo..nagttaka lng aqo kung anak nga tlga xa ng sikat at maimpluwensyang tao bakit xa nagtyatyagang mamuhay sa isang upahan na bahay,,
Comment posted by Aji Garbanzos, 08/31/2016 at 11:36am (UTC): Salam a very informative website
Comment posted by rasul c.palo , 08/21/2016 at 12:41am (UTC): ako ay pangkin ni datu sa maguindanao asi katampoan anak ni ampido taga watu balindong ,lanao del sur , at saka anak ako ni haji sarip ampido at dati ang tunay na pangalan ng tatayko ay asi batuan kapatid ni katapoan at at si lacongan ampido at iyng kapatid nila na babae nasi makatimbang ampido
Comment posted by Lito Medina, 12/16/2015 at 8:01am (UTC): Datu Ontay,
Any role of "Ali" in Jabidah-situation?
Comment posted by Amir Al-Hassan Bin-Taha B. Dimacuta, 03/30/2015 at 7:29am (UTC): Salamu-alaykum!
Comment posted by waffi mangotara, 08/31/2012 at 7:59am (UTC): muzta na mga lolot
As what i've heared to my Grand mother was these 4 Brothers and 2 Sisters descendants are the persons who have the rights to claim the Sultan sa Ramain and Bae a Labi sa Ramain. 1.) DATU MANGANDOG (one of his descendants is Pangadapun family) , 2.) DATU AMAI DITSA-AN (one of his descendants are Alonto & Aloz), 3.) DATU AMAI LUMA (on of his descendants is Manggo family) 4.) AMAI SANGKAD (his descendants is Manua family) and their sisters are BAE MATINTIM the Ali Dimaporo's great grand mother and UGOTAN Bae a Labi Maniram's of Balo-i's Great grand mother : FROM SHAKBA KINGS
Comment posted by KURDAPYA, 02/08/2012 at 6:10am (UTC): Mikadakul ko Ranao so Bukalag a montiya na mindakul ko Iranon so manicam a dabo a sigay niyan, na paratiyaa kano sa odi makambalawag so datumanong ko ranao na pantar so pata alam,
Comment posted by Hassan Marangit H.Ismael, 11/20/2011 at 8:55am (UTC): Pahabol Lang ito...Pananaroon koron mambo ini ko langon a o Phakabatia sii sa web site ini.. So palao ko marandang na pendayaon so sanang ka ikhokhopor akenden i di maalang karido i simalao a pikhandak ka opama ka pagayaon so artawang gonawan ago so goligay pandi na isigay a bansa o mga rasheed a alim. from Hassan HajiIsmael of Marantao-Wato
Comment posted by Abdul Mujib Mutia Macapaar, 10/18/2011 at 5:28am (UTC): Hon. Abdullah D. Dimaporo, gave the peace and development among muslim and cristian in Lanao Del Norte.
Thank you for the Children of Late Hon. Mohammad Ali B. Dimaporo.
Posted from Riyadh, KSA.
Comment posted by smastertech, 12/30/2010 at 7:42pm (UTC): masha allah!
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Kapudiin ka ginawangka, kapudiin ka so madakul a tao, kapudiin ka so ingud ka, itarug so kapapasa sa boto.
KULINTANG A KAPRNDAGAN, Played by Datu Ontay during the event of Lumbatan International Association, March 1. 2019,
KAP'RNDAGAN TUNE, giya e kakolintang a kaprundagan, kapangoba sabap ko sakit sa ginawa ago rata a ginawa.
Maranao Kulingtang is music of Happiness, it describes the music of Iranaon soul.
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Our purpose of doing this task is to strengthening the bangsa moro nation. To fulfill our forefather dreams of having a meaningful bangsa moro identity in our mother land, to make our fellow Muslim understand the importance of having solidarity and closeness among us, to avoid discrimination and minimize feudal clan among us, so that we are nation with a purpose
Manga bangsa mi ko pat a adel a gaus ko Ranao, ago sa pragatan a tunday a pagilidan. Aya kiataonga mi sa darpa aya na ogop ago panagontaman sa kapakamoayan o andang a di kanggiginawai o manga lokes tano, na obaon misabap a mapakarayag iyan so miakalogao a di kanggiginawai, na mapakarani nian so miakawatan a katotonganaya,
Aya kiapamagosaya mi saya ko manga gogodan na ipagogop ko thatanggisa sa kakunala nian ko madaseg iyan a miapakawatan o politika, na aya mala na makaogop sa kapakaito o rido ko orian o katokawi ko kaiisa isa o manga apoapoan tano na mikasoy so munang a inagao o manga sarowang a tao,
Giyangkai a kapamagosaya saya ko kaiisa isa o bangsa na aya hadap saya na ipagogop ko kakunala sa so manga muslim sa Pilimpinas na isa a paka poonian, banian magakot so kaiisa isa o bangsa sa kipamayandegen ko kabnar o bangsa tano, na aya mala na mapamola rektano so babaya tano ko ped tano, ka pitharo o Nabi Mohammad S.A.W. a diden maka paratiyaya so pithanggisa rekano taman sa dinian ikababaya ko pagarinian so lagid o ipukababaya iyan sa ginawa nian.
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The Sarimanok is a legendary bird of the Maranao people who originate from Mindanao, a major island in the Philippines. It comes from the words "sari" and "manok." "Sari" means cloth or garment, which is generally of assorted colors. Manòk is a Philippine word for chicken.
It is the legendary bird that has become a ubiquitous symbol of Maranao art. It is depicted as a fowl with colorful wings and feathered tail, holding a fish on its beak or talons. The head is profusely decorated with scroll, leaf, and spiral motifs. It is said to be a symbol of good fortune
The Sarimanok is derived from a totem bird of the Maranao people, called Itotoro. According to the Maranao people, the Itotoro is a medium to the spirit world via its unseen twin spirit bird called Inikadowa.
The Sarimanok is also believed to have originated from an Islamic legend. According to the legend, Muhammad found a rooster in the first of the seven heavens. The bird was so large its crest touched the second heaven. Its crow roused every living creature except man. Judgement day would come once this celestial rooster ceased to crow
A Maranao legend also says of a Sultan's daughter being swept by a colorful rooster that became a handsome young man and they were never seen ever again. The Sultan then created replicas of the bird to remember his daughter by
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Madait a kapumbantoe tano ko manga ONOR sa Ranao na ipangorao ami rukano si Potre Monalindao a bangsatano sa Ranao kaisa sukaniyan a mitiardi na mimbilingatao ko kapusumpada ko dadabitan o Iranaon na mananagontaman ko gii kisariat'n ko dikakulas o paparangayan o Mranao (We recommend Potre Monalindao for any traditional occasions in Ranao and for royal gathering)
Iranaons/Maranao are well-known for the aspects of Culture and arts, they gained more prominence in the field of martial arts when the MSU Karate Club successfully garnered three gold Medals and one silver in the 1994 first Philippine National Games – the first time Iranaon/Maranao gained these elusive awards in sports, and up to the present time the club still gaining good records.
In the name of Sport and Martial Arts, Iranaons/Maranao exceed on it and became more and more prominences when the young prince of Marawi in the good name of Datu Revie Saber Sani (son of Sultan Duma S. Sani and grandson of late Mamitua Saber, Radiamuda sa Marawi) won Champion in the international karate competitions like the 2003 8th karate games of the Adriatic in Italy, 2003 8th Czech open karate championship in Czech Republic, 2005 Asian Karate championship in Hong-Kong, China and the 23rd South East Asian Games (SEAGAMES). Datu Revie S. Sani is the first Iranaon/Maranao became member of Republic of the Philippine Team (RP-TEAM) for International Competition in the field of Karatedo, and present President of FIMAA Jeddah Saudi Arabia. The Iranaons/Maranao. would someday proven champion in the prestigious of the Olympics as my father’s longstanding dream, Datu Revie said in his Interview.