By Cielito F. Habito
Muslim Mindanao, now known as Bangsamoro, had been an undiscovered gem in the rough through the years.
In her column “Dogs and Cats” (At Large, 4/1/14), Rina Jimenez-David wrote a smirking take on our arrest. She chose to dwell on the official version of the arrest and joined in muddling some real questions.
We, members of Pilgrims for Peace, want peace, harmony and prosperity in our land.
By Nigel Roberts
The signing of the Comprehensive Agreement on the Bangsamoro is a great achievement, and those who have worked hard to make it possible should be congratulated. But it’s just a start. Dozens of peace deals have been signed around the world since the end of World War II. Almost all of them falter at some point, and by my reckoning, almost half of them fail outright.
By Juan L. Mercado
“AFTER THE darkness, sunlight breaks through,” says an old regional proverb. Human sa kangitngit, mosidlit ang adlaw. People from cities to rebel camps cited that proverb after Thursday’s signing of the Comprehensive Agreement on the Bangsamoro.