Rashid Lucman

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Haroun al-Rashid Lucman (1924 - 1984) was a Filipino legislator and founder of the Bangsamoro Liberation Front, a Moro separatist group in Mindanao. In 1971, he joined with Senator Mamintal Tamano, Congressman Ali Dimaporo, Congressman Salipada Pendatun, Dean Cesar Adib Majul, Delegate Ahmad Alonto, Commissioner Datu Mama Sinsuat, and Mayor Aminkadra Abubakar to form the Islamic Directorate of the Philippines; the Libyan government donated funds to them to purchase land in Tandang Sora, Quezon City to use for the construction of a mosque. In 1972, with the declaration of martial law by Ferdinand Marcos, he fled to the Middle East. In 1983, he helped "Ninoy" Aquino circumvent an order from Manila forbidding Aquino the issuance of a passport; Lucman obtained a passport for Aquino with the name "Marcial Bonifacio" ("Marcial" referring to martial law, and "Bonifacio" for Fort Bonifacio, where Aquino had previously been imprisoned).


Bangsa Moro Liberation Front should read Bangsa Moro Liberation OrganizationJune 24, 1924 July 21, 1984
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