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Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM)

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The former ARMM (Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao) is now BARMM (Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao) as of January 21, 2019 and as an added bonus for the transition, 63 baranagays from the No. Cotabato province was added to the ever expanding territory of the Moros (Muslims).

The official flag of the Bangsamoro has no reference to the official flag of the Philippines. It represents the religion Islam and the power of the sword for take over and dominance over the Philippines.

The name itself (Bangsamoro) speaks volumes about its intention, purpose and will. Bangsa (Nation) and Moro (Muslim).  Muslim Nation or Nation of Muslims = Bangsamoro. Yet the non-muslim filipinos are oblivious to this. Ignorance of the non-muslims keep the Muslims strong and powerful.

The constitution of the Philippines upholds the “separation of church and state”. However, the constitution of the BARMM upholds the religion of Islam and promotes Sharia Law. The BARMM defies the separation of church and state.


Article 10, section 2 of republic act 11054; “Shari’ah courts within the Bangsamoro territorial jurisdiction shall form part of the Philippine judicial system subject to the supervision of the Supreme Court.

The regular courts within the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region shall continue to function under the supervision of the Supreme Court. The Congress of the Philippines may create additional Shari’ah courts in the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region upon the recommendation of the Supreme Court.

It may also create Shari’ah courts outside the Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in areas considerable number of Muslims reside.” Section 3. Sources of Shari’ah.

The following are the sources of Shari’ah: Principal Sources:
(a) Al-Qu’ran or the Koran;
(b) Al-Sunnah or the traditions of Prophet Muhammas SAW;
Secondary Sources:
(a) Al-Ijma or Consensus; and
(b) Al-Qiyas or Analogy.


This BARMM created a homeland for Islam within the Philippines. Paid for by the government of the Philippines.

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