Member of the Parliament
Position(s): BTA Member / Deputy Chief Minister for North Central Mindanao
Contact Person: Cosain B. Solaiman
Contact Number: 09303708716
Email Address: [email protected]
Office Address: Regional Vice Governor Office, BARMM Compound, Cotabato City
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Biosketch of MP Aleem AIi B. Solaiman
Aleem Ali B. Solaiman, also known as Pangalian Ali, is native Meranao born on February 3, 1949 at Barangay Wago, Municipality of Lumbayanague, Lanao del Sur. The eldest of eleven (11) siblings, his parents are also of Meranao descent, his father Hadji Solaiman Papandayan and mother Inma Bangcola were all natives of Barangay Wago, Lumbayanague, Lanao del Sur. He was blessed with one child from his first wife, the late Hadja Ominsalam Bangcola and ten (10) children from his second wife Hadja Inshirah Grande Ditucalan.
He finished his Elementary Education at Lumbatan Elementary School and his Secondary Education at Jamiatul Philippine Al-Islamia (JPI), Lumbatan Lanao del Sur along with his Sanawiya (High School) Arabic education at Ma’haad Mindanao Al-Arabie, Marawi City in 1964.
In the year 1968, he went Sudan to study Islamic Theology at Omdurman Islamic University and completed it in the year 1972. He then transferred to University of Ainus-Shams, Cairo, Egypt and spent one (1) year for his Diplomate Studies in Kulyatul Tarbiyyah and taught there for 6 months. Later that year, he then transferred to Jami’at at Da’wah Al-Islamiya Al-Alamiyya, Libya for his study of Kulyatu Da’wah (Islamic Call) until he become a missionary of Libya.
Upon completion of his studies in abroad, he came back to the Philippines in the year 1974 to be an academician. He joined the teaching force of Maahad Mindanao Al-Arabie, Matampay, Marawi City for one (1) year. He was also an Arabic teacher at the same institution fo at least a year. Later on, he spearheaded the establishment of an Arabic Institute named Maahad Lumbayanague Al-Islamie at his hometown in Lumbayanague, Lanao del Sur where he served as one of its Arabic Teachers.
He organized a group of the presidents and principals of the Islamic Schools (Madrasahs) from the four (4) municipalities of Lanao del Sur Municipality of Butig, Lumbayanague, Lumbatan and Sultan Dumalundong. This organization is now known as Rabitatul Madaris Al-Arabie wa Islamie. He served as the President of the said organization. He also became the president of the Alliance of Ulama in the Philippines.
Sometime in the year 1979, while he was teaching at Maahad Lumbayanague, he decided to join the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) to resist against the oppressive government of then President Ferdinand Marcos, Sr. He was one of the founding members of the MILF in the Ranaw Region alongside Aleem Abdulazis Mimbantas and Aleem Salic Rascal. His advocacy in joining the MILF is to guide the mujahideen in the right way of performing Jihad. He developed a reputation within the MILF as one of its top commanders. He served as Base Commander of the 103rd Base Command in Butig, Lanao del Sur and later on became the 3rd Field Division Commander in Ranaw also became director of Hashim Salamat Memorial Academy in Butig, Lanao del Sur for 4 years and also became the Deputy Chief of Staff on Military Affairs of MILF (BIAF). Upon the Death of late Vice Chairman Aleem Abdulazis Mimbantas. He was chosen to be the Second (2nd) Vice Chairman of the Central Committee of MILF.
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