Here's the thing. There is no peace with Islam until the conquered have "been subdued" (Qur'an 9:29). The"peace" agreement is perceived in Islam as a hudna (a temporary ceasefire).
I suspect that the deal is most disadvantageous to Filipinos, considering that the deal was being "mediated" by the modern-day manifestation of the universal caliphate, the OIC.
I assure you that there will be no "peace" if the Filipinos sign off on this supreme act of capitulation. It will merely be the new starting off point for more aggressive jihad and Islamic terror. It is an unfailing historic Islamic pattern. Mark. my. words.
The Philippines (former American protectorate and 95% Catholic country) loses territory, but has to "share wealth" with the jihadi rebels.
ZAMBOANGA CITY (Mindanao Examiner / May 20, 2012) - The Aquino government said it would make public the peace agreement with the Moro Islamic Liberation Front before finally signing it with the country's largest Muslim rebel group.
Presidential peace adviser Teresita Deles said the government is transparent with its negotiations with the MILF, which is fighting for self-determination.
“There are no hidden agendas when it comes to the government’s negotiations with the Moro Islamic Liberation Front or with any group, for that matter,” Deles said during a consultation with local politicians and peace advocates in Zamboanga City.
“The promise of the government is that before there is an initialing of a document that is to be signed, it is going to be publicized,” she said.
One in a series of public consultations for the talks between the government and the MILF,
The consultation, once in a series of meetings in Mindanao, gave Deles an opportunity to explain and update the stakeholders in the progress of the peace talks.
“We want to come out with a plan that addresses the concerns of the party we are talking to. Likewise, it should be something that can be accepted not just by the group we are negotiating with, but by the Filipino people."
"Something to be internationally seen as the best the government can offer under the circumstances," Deles said.