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Lidasan: Understanding identity of politics in Marawi (Last of 2 parts)
FOR the people of Marawi City, it is clear that the voice of women on different parts of our country are concerned about the internally displaced persons (IDPs)/bakwits and their safe return. The Ranao Multisectoral Groups are united as one ...
From 649 days ago
Lidasan: Understanding identity of politics in Marawi (1st of 2 parts)
THE recent news reports about the situation in Marawi City describe the life and struggles of the internally-displaced persons (IDPs) and their families because of the conflict. Last March this year, mainstream social media highlighted two statements: Statement of Support ...
From 650 days ago
Lidasan: Death and funeral rites
IN THE afternoon of March 26, 2018, my eldest son, Ethan-Jamal, called me up and informed me that his grand uncle, Datu Teng Ambolodto Sinsuat, peacefully passed away at his hospital bed at the ICU of the Davao Doctors Hospital. ...
From 657 days ago
Lidasan: What do mean by right to self determination?
IN THE past few weeks, I actively participated the series of Public Hearing of the Sub Committee on the Bangsamoro Basic Law of the Senate. We had long hearings in Manila and in the provinces of Basilan, Sulu, and Tawi-Tawi. ...
From 706 days ago
Lidasan: A look into the “spoilers” of the Bangsamoro Peace Process (Last of 2 parts)
THE Bangsamoro peace process can be considered as one of the longest peace process in the world where we have more than four decades of peace negotiation and implementation. Within these four decades we saw what happens when spoilers succeed ...
From 887 days ago
Lidasan: A look into the ‘spoilers’ of the Bangsamoro Peace Process (Part 1)
ON SATURDAY morning, August 12, I read on a Facebook post of my cousin that Congresswoman Gloria Macapagal Arroyo filed in the House of Representatives House Bill (HB) 6121, entitled, "An Act Providing for the Basic Law for the Bangsamoro ...
From 888 days ago
Lidasan: The martial law extension: An appeal to intellect
IN A vote of 261-18, Congress through a special session on July 22, extended martial law in Mindanao until December 31 2017—a move applauded by many and lamented by some. As I listened to the arguments during the Joint Congress and ...
From 909 days ago
Lidasan: The road to the Bangsamoro: A brighter path
“I am for this — within the context of the Republic of the Philippines, there shall be a Bangsamoro country.” THIS was the statement made by President Rodrigo Duterte after formally receiving the final draft the Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL) in ...
From 916 days ago
Lidasan: Islamic hermeutics and the challenge of dialogue
MY ARTICLE entitled “Present Content of Religious Authority in Islam,” published June 21, 2017 at SunStar Davao and re-published June 28, 2017 at SunStar Cebu with the title, “In Islam’s Name” caught the interest of a certain Bert Pursoo, to ...
From 930 days ago