Rappler's latest stories on Muslims in the Philippines
'For a fasting person [under quarantine], it was a different level of hardship altogether'
'Our burdens are only as heavy as our belief in the mercy and compassion of Allah,' says Bangsamoro parliament member Zia Alonto Adiong
Here’s what Muslims and non-Muslims can learn from the feast of Eid’l Fitr, especially as the world battles COVID-19
The sighting of the new moon would have moved the Muslim feast a day earlier in the Philippines
'The current capacity for testing is maximum of 72 specimens per day. Presently, we have 1,134 test kits,' the Cotabato Regional and Medical Center says
This year’s Ramadan will be very different for Muslims around the world. This also offers an opportunity for them to step back and deepen their reflections.
Quarantine is ordained in Islam. History shows that it is a crucial prevention method in a pandemic that crosses international boundaries.
(UPDATED) Cremation is not an option for Muslims but there are strict procedures to be followed to prevent the virus from spreading
I am positive that we can become a nation that can rise beyond the idea that we should all be similar, and that we need to change those who do not fit our standards
(UPDATED) No amendments are included in the committee report on the proposed Bangsamoro Basic Law despite 22 hearings held to discuss provisions of the measure
President Rodrigo Duterte says there should be more Muslims in the Philippine National Police Academy and the Philippine Military Academy
The prolonged war with local terrorist groups is a wake up call that prompted collective action from a region that has long suffered from violent extremism
President Duterte tells soldiers now the government has to be conscious of the cultural and ideological implications of bombing mosques in the fight against terrorists
EXCLUSIVE: Can election data back up Bongbong Marcos request to annul results in 3 provinces in the ARMM?
Filipino Muslims in Manila observe Ramadan amid the terror threat and tension in Mindanao
It is my dream to see our people regardless of beliefs join hands in building a united country for our children and the next generation says the first president from Mindanao
As of 12:09 pm Tuesday May 10 60 5 of votes cast go to presidential candidate Rodrigo Duterte who gets 154 359 votes
Familiar names attached to powerful political clans in ARMM are seen in the official list of those who filed their certificates of candidacy with the Comelec
When it comes to economic assistance communities see US aid as a better and reliable source compared to the Philippine government that had been notorious in breaking promises of bringing development and growth to Muslims
Visibly absent in history textbooks is any serious substantive discussion of Mindanao s place in Philippine history
My heart rebels against these realities as I know deep in my soul that these are wrong For a Muslim taught by my faith to enjoin what is good and forbid what is bad I am not allowed to sit back and let these things happen
A survey commissioned by The Asia Foundation shows that the farther people are from the proposed Bangsamoro Core Territory the more likely they are to disapprove of the agreement
The rebel group suffers more casualties as government forces pursue those responsible for a roadside bombing that killed a soldier and hurt several others
A clash that followed kills 1 soldier and injures 4 others
Aquino brands perpetrators as terrorists ; I m sure that we ll be able to get all these culprits in due time
UPDATED Local officials say a big fish connected to terrorists is behind the blast
UPDATED Education Secretary Armin Luistro says the move is part of reforms to make schools more sensitive to religion
Various groups are seeking a dialogue with Pilar College to address problems arising from its policy against the use of Islamic veils