The Malay Moros in the Philippines: Ethnicity, Religious Identity and Globalization
Angeles, Vivienne S.M., (2010) The Malay Moros in the Philippines: Ethnicity, Religious Identity and Globalization. KATHA - The Official Journal of the Centre for Civilisational Dialogue, 5 (1). pp. 1-13. ISSN 1823-2159 (In Press)
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The Malay Moros in the Philippines, the globalizing effects of resisting Spanish and American colonization on transforming their Muslim religion from an ethnic religion into a global identity, and the transition of the once despised thirteen Muslim ethno-linguistic groups into a symbol of resistance. Colonialism served a globalizing function in cementing Moro identity and paved the way for a unified Muslim anti-government resistance in post independence Philippines. Globalization also increased Moro identification with the wider ummah
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