Earlier, there were also reports that the armed men are members of the Sulu-based Abu Sayyaf which is fleeing operations mounted by the Moro National Liberation Front in the southern Philippines island.
What does MNLF stand for?
MNLF stands for Moro National Liberation Front (Philippines)
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The Moro National Liberation Front was already fighting government forces and with the commencement of martial law, the Muslims of Basilan Island joined the rebellion.
4 Kyodo At least 22 Muslim rebels were killed in clashes Sunday between Abu Sayyaf and the Moro National Liberation Front in Sulu Province, a Philippine military official said Monday.
Byline: Al Jacinto ZAMBOANGA CITY: Citing Manila's cooperation with the Organization of the Islamic Conference which led to the signing of the 1996 peace pact with Moro National Liberation Front rebels in Mindanao, Indonesia's Foreign Minister Nur Hassan Wirajuda said Indonesia is backing the Philippines' bid for an observer status with the group.
The MILF formed as a breakaway group in 1977 after splitting from the Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF).
Lira is also the executive director of a World Bank-assisted social development fund that grew out of a 1996 peace agreement between the Philippine government and the Moro National Liberation Front.
The two were reported missing by the driver of their hired vehicle after they failed to return from a scheduled interview Saturday with a renegade leader of the Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF) at Indanan in Jolo, site of recent clashes between government and rebel forces.
Not the least among the Ramos administration's main contributions to Mindanao's development was the peace process that has netted a pact with the Moro National Liberation Front and is expected to result in a similar agreement with the Moro Islamic Liberation Front.