SULTAN ALIMUDIN I or AZIM-UB DIN

He was one of the first Muslim leaders to forge friendly relations with Spain by signing a peace treaty in 1737.

He revised the Sulu Code of Laws and prepared the Arabic-Sulu vocabularies for all Muslim priests.

During his unjust imprisonment in Manila in 1751, he facilitated, through his daughter Fatima, the release of 50 Christians in Jolo.

Date of Birth: Unrecorded
Place of Birth: Unrecorded
Date of Death: Unrecorded

Values Exhibited:
  Love for peace
  Leadership
  Love for learning
  Unity

Learning Message:

Madaling matamo ang pag-unlad kung may kapayapaan. (It is to attain development when there is peace.)

Ang mabuting pamumuno ay kailangan upang makamit ang kapayapaan. (It is easy to attain development when there is peace.)

Mahalaga ang karunungan sa pagpupunyagi ng isang tao. (A person needs knowledge to attain progress.)

DATU AMPUANAGUS

He led a battle against the American colonial government in 1903, when his fort at Taraca in Lanao was assaulted and captured by American forces. Two hundred of his men were killed. He surrendered along with six other datus and 22 warriors.

He resumed the war in 1906 by ambushing an American force sent from Camp Keithley destroy him. Later, a bigger battle in Didanganin greatly diminished his forces.

In 1908, he and his men attacked American forces in Dansalan with only 20 rifles.

He later surrendered after the negotiations between Muslim leaders and the American government, marking the end of Muslim resistance to American rule. It was only in 1935 that hostilities between the two resumed.

Date of Birth: Unrecorded
Place of Birth: Unrecorded
Date of Death: Unrecorded

Values Exhibited:
  Patriotism
  Determination

Learning Message:

Mahalaga ang tatag ng loob sa lahat ng panahon. (A strong will is needed at all times.)

May mga pagkakataong kailangan nating yumuko upang magkaroon tayo ng kakayahang tumayo nang mas matatag sa hinaharap. (There are times when we have to bow before adversity, So we can stand more firmly in the future.)


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