TITLE

The Maranao Muslims in Lumbayao, Lanao

AUTHOR(S)
Rivera, Generoso F.
PUB. DATE
July 1966
SOURCE
Philippine Sociological Review;Jul66, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p127
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article discusses the maranao Muslims in Lumbayao, Lanao. The district of Lumbayao Lanao, is located on the west fringes of beautiful Lake Lanao. The community's inhabitants are called Maranaos, one of the five main groups of people embracing the Mohammedan religion. The Maranaos are all Muslims and their bible is the "Koran". Among the Moslems, marriage is quite difficult to push through because of the heavy and burdensome bride's price but once married, separation by divorce is quite easy. For the husband, it is just a matter of pronouncing "I divorce you" three times to get it legalized. The barrio has many large and long houses with several families crowding in each house. Sanitary facilities and proper ventilation are very much wanting. The people in general are fairly literate as a large number of the population can read and write in Arabic. Many Maranao men speak fairly good English but one hardly finds a woman that speaks another language besides in native tongue. The inhabitants in Lumbago are generally fairly wealthy compared to other Moslem communities in Lana. The Moslem Filipinos, like any other people in progressive communities have also a strong desire towards the attainment of a wholesome and peaceful life, progress and economic advancement. The main drawbacks, however, are the lack of understanding and slowness if not altogether non-susceptibility in accepting new ideas and trends, new inventions and other technological changes.
ACCESSION #
9956784

 

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