Lessons From Marawi (Book Review)

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            The Battle in Marawi is one of the longest encounters by the AFP after the World War II which lasted for five (5) months for the purpose of re-capturing the city which was led by Emir vested to the Southeast Asia by the Al-Qaeda, Isnilon Hapilon, which is also the leader of hundreds of … Continue reading Lessons From Marawi (Book Review)

The never-ending war in Mindanao

It’s been a month since we’ve reported in front of deliberation board and among the questions thrown at me was, “what do you think is the reason for this non-stop war and terrorism particularly in the southernmost part of the Philippines?” Let’s get things straight, I knew all along before facing the board that I … Continue reading The never-ending war in Mindanao

Education that led to Rebellion

When you heard the word Rebellion, What is the first thing that comes into your mind? Terrorism? Radicals? Or Extremists? During my early years in High School, when I heard the word Rebellion, it meant deliberately neglecting my parent’s guidance, but those thoughts changed when I ventured into college. When I was in college, I … Continue reading Education that led to Rebellion