List of other relevant readings

1. Abhoud Syed Mansur Lingga. 1995a. The Political Thought of Salam at Hashim. Master's thesis, Institute of Islamic
    Studies, University of the Philippines.
2. ___ . 1995b. "Salamat Hashim's Concept of
Bangsamoro State and Government." Dansalan Quarterly 15.
Abinalez, Patricio. 2000.
Making Mindanao: Cotabato and Davao in the formation of the Philippine Nation-
Manila: Ateneo de Manila University Press.
4. Aeusrivongse, Nidhi. 2005. "Understanding the Situation in the South as a 'Millenarian Revolt.'''
Kyoto Review of
    Southeast Asia 6.
5. Ahmad Omar Capakia. 2002. Politik dan Perjuangan Masyarakat Islam di Selatan Thailand, 1902-2002. Bangi:
    Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia.
6. Anderson, Benedict R. G. 1983.
Imagined Communities. London: Verso.
7. Aphornsuvan, Thanet. 2004.
Origins of Malay Muslim "Separatism" in Southern Thailand.
Asia Research Institute, Working Paper Series No. 32. Singapore: Asia Research Institute.
9. Brazal, Agnes. n.d.
"Beyond the Social and Religious Divide: The Emerging Mindanawon Identity." Available at­17248.pdf.
10. Chalk, Peter. 1997. "The Davao Consensus: A Panacea for the Muslim Insurgency in Mindanao?"
Terrorism and
      Political Violence
9/2: 79-98.
11. ---.2001. "Separatism and Southeast Asia: The Islamic Factor in Southern Thailand, Mindanao, and Aceh."
      in Conflict and Terrorism
24/2: 241-69.
12. Dulyakasem, Uthai. 1981.
Education and Ethnic Nationalism: A Study of the Muslim­Malays of Southern Siam.
Ph.D. dissertation, Stanford University.
13. Geertz, Clifford. 1973.
The Interpretation of Cultures. New York: Basic Books. George, T. J. S. 1980. Revolt in
Kuala Lumpur: Oxford University Press.
Girling, John L. S. 1981. Thailand: Society and Politics. lrhaca: Cornell University Press. Gunaratna, Rohan,
      Arabinda Acharya, and Sabrina Chua. 2005.
Conflict and Terrorism in Southern Thailand. Singapore: Times
      Academic Press.
15. Gutierrez, Eric. 2000. "The Reimaginarion of the
Bangsamoro." In Rebels, Warlords, and Ulama: A Reader on
      Muslim Separatism and the war in Southern Philippines,
ed. Gutierrez, Eric et al. Quezon City: Insritllte for Popular

16. Hafez, Mohammed M. 2004. Why Muslims Rebel: Repression and Resistance in the Islamic World. Boulder: Lynne


17. Hamilton-Harr, Narasha. 2005. "Terrorism in Southeast Asia: Experr Analysis, Myopia and Fantasy." The Pacific

      Review 18/3: 303-25.

18. Hayimasae, NlIman. 2002. Hj Sulong Abdul Kadir (1895-1954): Perjuangan dan Sumbangan Beliau Kepada

      Masyarakat Melayu Patani [Hj Sulong Abdul Kadir (1895-1954): Struggle and Contributions to rhe Patani Malays].

      Master's thesis, Universiti Sains Kebangsaan Malaysia.

19. Imtiyaz YlISUf. 1998. "Islam and Democracy in Thailand: Reforming the Office of the Chularajmontri/Shaikh-al

      Islam." Journal of Islamic Studies 9: 277-98.

20. International Crisis Group [ICG]. 2004a. "Indonesia Backgrounder: Why Salafism and Terrorism Mostly Don't Mix."

      ICG Asia Report 83: September 13.

21. ---. 2004b. Southern Philippines Backgrounder: Terrorism and the Peace Process. ICG Asia Report 80: July 13.

      ---. 2005. Southern Thailand: Insurgency, Not Jihad. ICG Asia Report 98: May 18. Islam, Syed Serajul. 1998. "The

      Islamic Independence Movements in Patani and Mindanao." Asian Survey 38/5: 441-56.

22. ---.2002. "Ethno-communal Conflict in the Philippines." In Ethnic Conflict in Southeast Asia, ed. Ian MacDuff and

      Rajat Ganguly. New York: Sage Publishers.

23. ---. 2005. The Politics of Islamic Identity in Southeast Asia. Singapore: Thomson. Jenkins, David. 1983.

      "Insurgency, not external threat, is the worry." Far Eastern t.conomic Review, March 10.

24. Julkipli M. Wadi. 2005. "Ambivalence, Ferment, and Trade-off Since 9/ I I." Ayat az­Zaman [Signs of the Times] 9.

25. Keyes, Charles. 1987. Thailand: Buddhist Kingdom as Modern Nation-State. Boulder, CO, and London:


26. Lim, Merlyna. 2005. Islamic Radicalism and Anti-Americanism in Indonesia: The Role of the Internet. Policy

      Studies 18. Washington, D.C.: East-West Center Washington.

27. Liow, Joseph c. Y. 2004. "The Security Situation in Southern Thailand: Towards an Understanding of Domestic and

      International Dimensions." Studies in Conflict and Terrorism 27/6: 531-48.

28. Lumayang, Lynn Antonette. 2006. "Bangsamoro's Autonomy: The Key Issue Behind the Bid to Oust MILF Chief!"

      IDSS Commentaries, April 13.

29. Majul, Cesar Adib. 1999. Muslims in the Philippines. Quezon City: University of the Philippines Press.

      McKenna, Thomas M. 1997. "Appreciating Islam in the Muslim Philippines: Authority, Experience, and Identity

      in Cotabato." In Islam in an Era of Nation-States: Politics and Religious Renewal in Muslim Southeast Asia, ed.

      Robert W Hefner and Patricia Horvatich. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.

30.  ___ . 1998. Muslim Rulers and Rebels: Everyday Politics and Armed Separatism in the Southern Philippines.

       Berkeley: University of California Press.

31.  ___ . 2002. Saints, Scholars, and the Idealised Past in Philippine Muslim Separatism.

       Working Papers Series No. 23. Hong Kong: Southeast Asia Research Centre, City University of Hong Kong.

32. McVey, Ruth. 1989. "Identity and Rebellion among Southern Thai Muslims." In The Muslims of Thailand, Vol. 2:

      Politics of the Malay-Speaking South, cd. Andrew D.W Forbes. Bihar, India: Centre for Southeast Asian Studies

33. Mohd, Zamberi A. Malek. 1993. Umat Islam Patani: Sejarah dan Politik. Shah Alam: H IZBI. Pitsuwan, Surin. 1985.

      Islam and Malay Nationalism: A Case Study of Malay-Muslims of Southern Thailand. Bangkok: Thai Khadi

      Research Institute.

34. Rabasa, Angel, and Peter Chalk. 200 I. Indonesia's Transformation and the Stability of Southeast Asia. Santa

      Monica, CA: Rand Corporation.

35. Raman, B. 2004a. "Bangladesh-Myanrnar-Thailand: The Jihadi Corridor." South Asia Analysis Group I 102/28


36. ___ . 2004b. "Muslim Anger: The Thai Dilemma." South Asia Analysis Group 1156/ I November.

37. Roy, Olivier. 2004. Globalised Islam: The Search fOr a New Ummah. London: C. Hurst. Salamat Hashim. 1985. The

      Bangsamoro Mujahid: His Objectives and Responsibilities. Mindanao: Bangsamoro Publications.

38. ___ . 2002. Referendum: Peaceful, Civilized, Diplomatic and Democratic Means of Solving the Mindanao

      Conflict. Edited and with an introduction by Nu'ain bin Abdulhaqq. Mindanao: Agency for Youth Affairs.

39. Satha-Anand, Chaiwat. 1987. Islam and Violence: A Case Study of Violent Events in the Four Southern

      Provinces of Thailand, 1976-1981. Florida: Florida University Press.

40. Sayyid, S. 2003. A Fundamental Fear: Eurocentrism and the Emergence of Islamism. London: Zed Books.

41. Syukri, Ibrallim. 1985. History of the Malay Kingdom of Pattani. Translated by C. Bailey and J. Miksic. Athens:

      Center for International Studies.

42. Tan, Andrew. 2003. "The Indigenous Roots of Conflict in Southeast Asia: The Case of Mindanao." In After Bali:

      The Threat of Terrorism in Southeast Asia, ed. Kumar Ramakrishna and See Seng Tan. Singapore: World Scientific.

43. Vickery, Michael. 1970. "Thai Regional Elites and the Reforms of King Chulalongkorn." Journal of Asian Studies


44. Vitug, Marites Danguilan, and Glenda M. Gloria. 2000. Under the Crescent Moon: Rebellion in Mindanao.

       Manila: Institute for Popular Democracy and Ateneo Center for Social Policy and Public Affairs.

45. Wan Kadir Che Man. 1990. Muslim Separatism: The Moros of Southern Philippines and the Malays of Southern Thailand. Singapore: Oxford University Press.

46. Yegar, Moshe. 2002. Between Integration and Secession: The Muslim Communities of the Southern Philippines, Southern Thailand, and western Burma. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.