The Manili massacre refers to the mass killings of 65-79 Moro Muslims, including women and children committed in a mosque in Manili, Carmen, North Cotabato, Philippines in June 19, 1971. The Ilaga militant group was suspected to be behind the attacks but there were also allegations that the Philippine Constabulary were also behind the incident and collaborated with the Ilaga. No one was found to be responsible for the incident. The incident resulted increased mistrust between Moro Muslims and Christians. In response to the incident, former Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi provided military aid to the secessionist group, Moro National Liberation Front (MNLF).