|Sultan of Maguindanao|
|Successor||Sultan Maka-alang Saripada|
|Spouse||Angintabo (Maranao princess)|
|Issue||Sultan Maka-alang Saripada
nine other children
|House||Sultan of Maguindanao|
|Mother||Daughter of Sultan Iskandar Zhulkarnain of Malacca|
Shariff Muhammed Kabungsuwan (Malay: Muhammad Kebungsuwan, Jawi: شريف کبوڠسووان) was the first Sultan of Maguindanao in the Philippines. A native of Johore in Maritime Southeast Asia, Kabungsuwan re-settled in Mindanao in the Philippines where he preached Islam to the native tribes around the region.
Kabungsuwan invaded Malabang, Cotabato, facing armed resistance from the non-Muslim natives, nevertheless successfully vanquishing and subjugating them to his (Islamic) rule through the might of his Samal warriors.
- Ang Bayan Sa Labas Ng Maynila (2008), pg 195
- "History/The%20Maguindanao%20Sultanate". mnlf.net. Retrieved 2015-08-23.
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- Halili, M. (2004). Philippine History. Rex Book Store. p. 52. ISBN 9789712339349. Retrieved 2015-08-23.
- Ang Bayan Sa Labas Ng Maynila, by Rosario Cruz Lucero, published by Ateneo de Manila University Press, 2008, ISBN 971-550-535-X
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