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by Jaume Ollé, 4 September 1996
The flag of the Moro (Moor) National Liberation Front (MLNF) or of one of their factions, that was seen in a conference room during discussions between the Philippine government and the Mindanao musulman people.
by Jaume Ollé, 4 September 1996The provisional flag of the Federal Republic of Mindanao, outlined in The Flag Bulletin. The republic was proclaimed on April 1986 by the Mindanao Independence Movement.
by Ivan Sache, 16 September 1999
Flag of the Mindanao Independence Movement: vertically divided red-white-yellow, with thin red and yellow stripes. In the center, yellow star and crescent flanked by Arabic (?) script. Source: Flags of Aspirant Peoples.
Ivan Sache, 16 September 1999
The inscription appears to be wrong. It says: Allah (no shadda ?) AKAbar insted of AKbar (= the greatest). The right accent above the left word should be above the first letter and not above the second. I guess the the last letter is longer downwards to make it look like a "Ra" and not "Dal".
Dov Gutterman, 21 September, 1999
At least, it is written wrong on the chart!. The accent is definitively above the second letter.
Ivan Sache, 1 October 1999
by Jaume Ollé, 4 September 1996This flag was used in the rebellion of the Colonel Alexander Noble on 4 October 1990, who proclaimed the Federal Republic of Mindanao, in alliance with the Mindanao Independence Movement, and flying a new flag. The republic was suppressed after two days, by the loyal forces.
Jaume Ollé, 4 September 1996
I posted the flags of Mindanao (after the 1 September 1996, I think) in the power in Mindanao Island, and the embryo of the autonomous state was constitued. The flag of Mindanao (blue with stars an map in white) is not unanimous recognized, and is probably that a new flags are today in use. Some other information about the current autonomous flag.
Jaume Ollé, 7 September 1996