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PR_AdelTamano Last Campaign Stop at Oldest Mosque 6May2010

PR_AdelTamano Last Campaign Stop at Oldest Mosque 6May2010

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Published by: Moslemen M. Macarambon Jr. on May 07, 2010
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Tamano Visits RPs Oldest Mosque as Part of Final Campaign Stop
Atty. Adel Tamano, Nacionalista Party spokesman and senatorial bet, devoted one of the final days of the campaign in visiting the Sheik Karimal Makdum Mosque at Tubig Indangan, Simunul Island in Jolo.Tamano, the first Filipino Muslim to graduate as a law scholar in Harvard, prayed at the sacredgrounds of the oldest Mosque in the Philippines along with his campaign staff and relatives to seekguidance and strengthen his faith. He also prayed for unity and peaceful elections.Tamano shared that the practice of his religion helps him purify his mind and toughen his spirit. It isthat part of his lifestyle which keeps him maintain the principled track which he vowed to follow.It may be recalled that Tamano made a firm stand against black propaganda and mud slinging. Hemay even got himself in trouble with some of his partymates when he openly chastised NPsupporters for engaging in dirty tricks. Tamano went against former NAPOCOR President and NPsupporter Guido Delgado for revealing fake psychological documents on LP standard bearer BenignoSimeon Aquino. He also made his position clear that he cannot condone fellow NP spokeman GilbertRemullas visit to the Ampatuans.Although still trailing in the surveys Tamano has gained some ground and was even endorsed byseveral groups. He is banking on the support of his fellow Moslem in the polls. It has been almosttwo decades since the last Muslim representation in the senate.In reaction to the Iglesia ni Cristos announcement of support to national and local candidates,Tamano said in a statement that he 
respect[s] the INCs right to endorse candidates . . . [as] part of both the constitutionally enshrined freedom of religion and the freedom of association . . . whatever our religion, lets pray for a peaceful and honest election.
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