By MASIDING NOOR YAHYA Tantodn so madakl a pephanendit ko mga dato a pinili iran ko politika sa mao-olaola ini sa Ranao taman sa manga sinta na inirobak’ kiran. Astighfirullaah. Ba langon […]
Former Human Rights Commissioer Nasser Marohomsalic talks about International Human Rights and Obligaton of States.
It had been said that after the closure of some industrial companies in Iligan, the city could have been reduced to a mere barangay of Cagayan de Oro had it not been of the Maranaos who fill the Mall, the department stores and food courts and even wet markets.
REMEMBERING ASHURA AND PADANG KARBALA. As we, Maranaos, mark Ashura today on this 10th day of Muharram, let us always remember how our forebears sacrificed their lives in Padang Karbala of Bayang if only they could hand down to us legacies of peace, of an unconquered homeland and a preserved religion, and the message that these legacies are worth dying for.
By AMINULLAH ALONTO LUCMAN Last of 2 Parts Unknown to many, Sen Domocao Ahmad Alonto also had rapprochement with most Southeast Asian Muslim leaders beginning with the Bandung Conference in the 50s […]
Punchline Ali G. Macabalang One of thousands of stakeholders in the reconstruction and rehabilitation of the war-torn Marawi City sent me a feeler this week containing some nagging questions on controversial programming […]
Abdul Hannan Magarang Tago Vast majority of the sectoral groups representing Marawi City Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) strongly recommended that P500 million allotments from Bangsamoro Autonomous Regions in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM) shall […]
Ding Yahya Timeline With Masiding Noor Yahya Starting today, this column ‘Ding Yahya’s Timeline’ will appear in Philippine Muslim Today to give variety of content to its various readers. It will also appear in […]
By ABDUL HANNAN M. TAGO
Macabangkit B. Lanto “Racism resonates with Moros of southern Philippines. It was the font of their struggle for merdeka or independence.” Some may find this odd. While studying in university, I was […]