Ijtihad Mehol K. Sadain Less than eighteen months from now the country will have another national presidential election. Judging from the usual intensity of elections in the Philippines, the emerging colorful tangling personalities, the raging issues of corruption and violence played against the backdrop of the covid-19 threat in crowded gatherings like campaigns and election-day… Read More MAIL-VOTING OR MAL-VOTING?
By Johnny R. Lee Tawi-Tawi’s prominent role as regional volleyball power in Mindanao is anchored on structural elements that consist of the following: a.) Wide selection of local raw talents; b.) Sports-leaning administrators of concerned government agencies and host academic institutions; and c.) The quality of coaches and trainers handling the teams. The latter (coaches… Read More The Role of Coaches and Trainers in Sports Development in Tawi-Tawi
“The Best of Home-Cooked Halal Tausug-Filipino Dishes“ With Maria Fhebie Ortil On the 24th Digital Edition of the Philippine Muslim Today with the Inclusive Week November 27- December 3, 2020, still we would like to tackle here one of the best Tausug “kakanin” or in the vernacular in Sulu known as “bang-bang,” particularly the “PITIS… Read More Pitis Patani
Increased use of digital devices during the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) pandemic could affect eye health adversely, a Turkish eye doctor warned on Wednesday.… Read More Eye health at risk during pandemic, warns expert
formally left the Paris Agreement on Wednesday, marking the only nation among nearly 200 signatories that abandoned the global agenda on combating climate change.… Read More US officially leaves Paris Climate Agreement
Davao Oriental province has joined 30 other coastal provinces and local government units (LGUs) in the country in signing a petition for a nationwide ban on the use o… Read More DavOr joins other LGUs banning single-use plastics
Diliman Way With Homobono A. Adaza “…the qualities required for greatness andwickedness, for heroism and monstrosity,for brilliant decent philanthropy and brutaldystopian murderousness are not too far distantfrom each other. The Norwegian alone has a word for this: stormannsgalskap – the madnessof great men.” – Titans of History by SimomSebag Montefiore I have to write about… Read More President Marcos and Me
By JULMUNIR I. JANNARAL COTABATO CITY Bangsamoro Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (BARMM) ranked 2nd among the regions in Mindanao in terms of Gross Regional Domestic Product (GRDP) and Gross Regional Domestic Expenditure (GRDE) growth rate in 2019. Furthermore, BARMM ranked 7th among the 17 regions in the country after posting 5.9 percent growth rate… Read More BARMM ranks 2nd in Mindanao in terms of economic growth in 2019
Batanes to Tawi-Tawi Julmunir I. Jannaral Ulbert Ulama “Bob” Tugung (November 10, 1939 –November 22, 1986) was a Filipino teacher, newsman, technocrat, civic leader, lawmaker, and politician. He served as Chairman of the Lupong Tagapagpaganap ng Pook (LTP) of Autonomous Region IX in Mindanao from 1979 until his assassination in 1986. On the day Chairman… Read More A Tribute To LTP-9 Chairman Bob Tugung
The National Commission on Muslim Filipinos (NCMF) has condemned the comments of Gov. Manuel Mamba of Cagayan Valley as an unfortunate statement for calling the Muslims as violent people and highly irresponsible remarks coming supposedly from a highly respected government official.… Read More NCMF slams Gov. Mamba for calling the Muslims as violent people
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