PANGLIMA HASSAN

As chief of Look, he led some 4,000 Moro warriors in the attack on the American fort at Jolo in 1903.

He was captured while defending his camp at Lake Seit in November 1903, but he soon escaped.

He resumed the war in February 1904 when , together with Datu's Laksamana and Usap, he attacked the pro-American Sultan Kiram and his forces in the battle of Pampang. He lost in the battle, and was later killed with his two companions along the crater of Bud Bagsak.

Date of Birth: Unrecorded
Place of Birth: Unrecorded
Date of Death: March 1904

Values Exhibited:
  Patriotism
  Determination
  Commitment

Learning Message:

Ang buong loob na pakikilahok ay kailangan upang makamit ang tagumpay. (Genuine participation is needed to attain success.)

Wala nang hihigit pang kadakilaan kaysa pag-aalay ng buhay sa bayan. (No greatness can equal the offering of one's life for one's country.)

JIKIRI

A Samal (called Sama by fellow Muslims), he led a group of Moro warriors in an attack against the American Constabulary. His rebellion was a protest against the abolition of native leaders. Later, he captured the Borneans tasked to pursue him.

He took a last stand, together with his warriors, and their women and children, against the American troops in a cave on Patian island near Jolo. He and his companions were killed.

Date of Birth: Unrecorded
Place of Birth: Unrecorded
Date of Death: July 4, 1909

Values Exhibited:
  Determination
  Unity
  Commitment

Learning Message:

Ang pagkakaisa ay kailangan sa pagtatanggol ng kasarinlan. (Unity is needed in the defense of freedom.)


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