Photographed in December of 2017. I’ve always wanted to go to Marawi City even before the war. But concerned with my personal safety. Yes, even before the war, my Marawi resident friends warned us not to go to Marawi City alone, because there are some who would specifically target non-Muslims. God answered my desire toRead More
President Rodrigo Duterte shoots at the area where the Maute terrorists are holed up. The President returned to Marawi City for the third time on Thursday to visit the troops fighting the Muslim terrorists. Nobody could confirm if Duterte actually hit any of the Maute terrorist.
Marawi City residents from all walks of life fled to the neighboring cities after the Islamic State-inspired Maute terror group forcibly occupy their city. The refugees seek shelter with their relatives. A Maranao family custom is a close-knit one, even a third or fourth degree relative is considered a part of the family. The “bakwits”Read More
The Islamic State-inspired Maute terror group attacked Marawi City on May 23. The group did as what a Muslim terrorist would usually do, wreaking havoc by burning structures, killing civilians specifically Christians, and a few Muslims who make a mistake doing the Islamic prayer. A new video circulated on Facebook showing the men with beardsRead More
Professor and blogger Richard Celeste posted photos showing vans purposely to carry the students and faculty to move them out of the University. Vans have arrived to fetch the students and faculty evacuees. Thanks to the MSU Administrators led by President Habib Macaayong. Thank God! Hundreds, mostly students are still trapped inside the Mindanao StateRead More
Inquirer, a repeat offender of publishing fake news, got caught yet again for posting another fake news. Facebook user Lenian Gaspar called out Inquirer.net for posting previous photos dated as far as four years ago and labeled its location as in Marawi City. The bad part didn’t there. In the photo are burning vehicles, butRead More