PH Covid-19 cases reach 178K; recoveries now 114,114

MANILA – The Department of Health (DOH) on Thursday reported 4,339 new coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) infections, raising the overall tally to 178,022 with 61,025 active cases. The DOH said the additional cases reported were based on the total Covid-19 tests done by 100 out of 109 operational laboratories. It reported that of the active cases, about… Read More PH Covid-19 cases reach 178K; recoveries now 114,114

BizCoN to focus on Mindanao economy’s strengths for country recovery

Davao City: The upcoming Mindanao Business Conference will allow delegates to understand Mindanao’s unique opportunities and strengths in light of the current recovery of the Philippine economy. According to John Tria, President of the Davao City Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Inc. and this year’s host, Mindanao’s unique position as a major food supplier of the Philippines… Read More BizCoN to focus on Mindanao economy’s strengths for country recovery

Of Covid-19 Vaccine and Mercury Drug lapses!

Batanes to Tawi-Tawi With Julmunir i. Jannaral The Medical Doctors say that vaccines are needed to both protect an individual from getting very sick and to limit the spread of the virus. Without a vaccine, life can’t return to normal, according to them. Here in the Philippines, the Filipinos are waiting for the results from early… Read More Of Covid-19 Vaccine and Mercury Drug lapses!

Muslim Filipinos pray for Pandemic to end

SPECIAL REPORTBy JULMUNIR I. JANNARALManaging Editor The Muslim Filipinos celebrated the Islamic New Year or Amun Jadid on Thursday, August 20, 2020 (Muharram 1, 1442) with prayer for an end to pandemics, to have good health, lasting peace, and fruitful year the whole year round and in all the coming years.  Amun Jadid falls on the first day of the… Read More Muslim Filipinos pray for Pandemic to end

The Moro Wars: Stateless children and refugees, the collateral damage

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 with the late charismatic Egyptian leader Gamal Abdel Nasser. In as frequently, had befriended quite a number including rising star Tengku Abdulrahman of… Read More The Moro Wars: Stateless children and refugees, the collateral damage

Lanao can offer competitive Halal Tourism destination

Abdul HannanMagarang Tago Recently, I was able to discover various untapped Islands within lake Lanao.  Thank to the administration of the iconic Masjid “Mosque” of Bacolod Grande, a municipality of Lanao del Sur located in its western side, for inviting me to deliver Jum’ah congregation “khutbah” sermon. The Masjid became landmark not only for the… Read More Lanao can offer competitive Halal Tourism destination

What they say about Philippine Muslim Today

From the MailboxBy Philippine Muslim Today Shukran to the Management and Staff of Philippine Muslim Today especially to your Managing Editor, Julmunir I. Jannaral, Al Haj. The Book Review on my book “WARKA ADALA, The Cosmic Energy Healer” that Brother Hadji Munir wrote is awesomely informative,  and it hits the most challenging time of fear… Read More What they say about Philippine Muslim Today