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RSMRotterdam School of Management
RSMRancho Santa Margarita (California)
RSMRoyal Society of Medicine
RSMRegional Sales Manager
RSMRisk and Safety Management (various meanings)
RSMSisters of Mercy (religious order)
RSMRosamond (Amtrak station code; Rosamond, CA)
RSMRev/Speed Meter (vehicle performance)
RSMRussian School of Mathematics (various locations)
RSMRadio Spectrum Management
RSMRoyal Saskatchewan Museum (Canada)
RSMResponse Surface Methodology
RSMRegimental Sergeant Major (British, Canadian)
RSMRemovable Storage Manager (Microsoft Windows)
RSMRating Scale Model
RSMRational Software Modeler (IBM)
RSMRealtime Services Manager
RSMRobust Security Network
RSMRemovable Storage Manager
RSMResource Standard Metrics
RSMReplication Solutions Manager
RSMRate Setting Methodology
RSMRoute Switch Module
RSMRemote Shared Memory
RSMRestore Session Manager
RSMRemote Socket Modules
RSMRenault Samsung Motors
RSMRemote Switch Module
RSMRandom Subspace Method
RSMRear Shock Mount (vehicle part; various company)
RSMReconstituted Skim Milk
RSMRegional Spectral Model
RSMRetail Sales Merchandiser (retail job title)
RSMRelaxation and Stress Management
RSMReligious Sister of Mercy
RSMRemote Status Monitor (various companies)
RSMRegional Safety Manager (various companies)
RSMRoute Switch Module (Cisco)
RSMReplication Solutions Manager (software)
RSMResponse Surface Method
RSMRegional Sediment Management (US Army Corps of Engineers)
RSMRajah Solaiman Movement (est. 1995)
RSMRenault Samsung Motors (South Korean automobile manufacturer)
RSMRepublic of San Marino (ISO Country Identifier)
RSMRegistered Safety Manager (various organizations)
RSMRemovable Storage Management (Highground Systems)
RSMReynolds Stress Model
RSMReplacement Sensor Model
RSMRoyal School of Mines (UK)
RSMRemote Switching Module
RSMRadio Squadron Mobile (US Air Force)
RSMRegional Simulation Model (South Florida Water Management District)
RSMReal-time Session Manager (Nextone)
RSMRemovable Storage Module (digital data storage)
RSMRecreation Sports Management
RSMReciprocal Space Mapping
RSMResponse Surface Matrix
RSMRemedy Service Management (software)
RSMRemote Systems Management
RSMRemote Systems Monitoring
RSMRemote System Manager
RSMRepair Station Manual
RSMRelative Strength Momentum (investing)
RSMRestricted Senior Management
RSMReplication Server Manager (Sybase)
RSMRancho Santa Margarita Intermediate School (California)
RSMRadioactive Scrap Metal
RSMRéseaux, Sécurité et Multimédia (French: Networks, Security and Multimedia)
RSMRoad Sign Math (driving game)
RSMRemote Service Module (Nortel)
RSMReal Storage Management (IBM)
RSMResponse Service Message (FIPS)
RSMRugby Saint Maximinois (French rugby school)
RSMRenegade Slash Militia
RSMRed de Solidaridad con México
RSMRosettanet Standards Methodology
RSMReuse Strategy Model
RSMReduction Symmetry Method
RSMRoute Set Test Message (CCS #7 ITU-T)
RSMRequirements Spiral Model
RSMRandom Signal Mapper
RSMReceive Signal Module (Ciena)
RSMRAID (Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks) Storage Manager (Dell)
RSMReserve Staffing Model
RSMReceive Slot Mask (Register)
RSMRemote Site Module
RSMResidual Supplies Model
RSMRadio Soult Ménager (French construction company)
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Albayalde said that Dizon and Bermejo were 'Balik-Islam' (converts to Islam) members of Suyuful Khilafa Fi Luzon, an affiliate of the Luzon-based Rajah Solaiman Movement (RSM).
They were alleged members of the Rajah Solaiman Movement (RSM), a group composed of Islam converts who were mostly from Pangasinan in northern Luzon.
Ayeras, a native of Pangasinan who resides at 324 Paraiso St., Poblacion, Mandaluyong City, is also said to be a "pioneer member" of the notorious Rajah Solaiman Movement (RSM), a group of Christian converts to Islam that US and Philippine officials say is allied with the Jemaah Islamiyah and the extremist Abu Sayyaf group.
He also said officials would investigate whether Lavilla had tried to recruit people to join the terrorist group Rajah Solaiman Movement (RSM) during his two-year stay in the country.
The Rajah Solaiman Movement, an Islamic militant group, has claimed responsibility for the bombing, but police intelligence officials doubt the claims because the group has long been dissolved.
The Rajah Solaiman Movement (RSM) is the most significant Muslim organization in Manila known to have established links with ASG.
Rifqi and Julkifli, also known by their aliases Donis/Doni, Ofracio and Ahmad Faisal, were members of the dreaded Rajah Solaiman Movement, a local terror cell with links to the Abu Sayyaf Group and the al-Qaida terror network.
He is included in the UN Security Council sanction list for "participating in the financing, planning, facilitating, preparing, or perpetrating of acts or activities by, in conjunction with, under the name of, on behalf of, or in support of, and supplying or transferring arms and related material to" the Abu Sayyaf Group, Jemaah Islamiyah, and the Rajah Solaiman Movement.
Philippine Anti-Terrorism Council (ATC) Justice under-secretary Ricardo Blancaflor said this included multiple murder cases in Mindanao in connection with activities carried out by the terrorist movement the Rajah Solaiman Movement (RSM).
In a 23-page decision, the appeals court's former special 16th division, through Associate Justice Marie Christine Azcarraga-Jacob said there is no grave abuse of discretion on the part of the trial court in convicting Zulkifli/Julkifli alias Donis/Doni, Ofracio/Ahmad Faisal and Taufiq Rifqi, members of the notorious Rajah Solaiman Movement.
According to the military, there are at least five Muslim extremist groups in the Philippines that are prone to being influenced by IS, namely the Abu Sayyaf Group, Jemaah Islamiyah, Rajah Solaiman Movement, Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters, and Khilafa Islamiyah Mindanao.
Recently, police said it arrested the head of a local terror group calling itself Rajah Solaiman Movement (RSM) in Zamboanga City.