Ang pinakamahirap sa pagbabalik-Islam ko ay yung anak ko. Only child sya at seven years old na sya ngayon.Anak ko sya nung hindi pa ako Muslim.Yung sa parents ko tanggap ko na yun na hindi sila mag-Islam pero yung anak ko gusto ko sana matanggap nya ako .Nung unang balik ko sa bahay galing Qatar ,paglalabas kami, lalakad yan siya na ang layo sa akin,ayaw nyang sumabay or humawak sa akin kasi naka Niqab na ako.Ikinakahiya nya ako .Ang tawag nya sa akin is kidnapper daw ako. At bata pa sya pero sinasabi nya ang mga Muslim ay mamamatay tao.Ayaw nya talaga ang pagcoconvert ko.
Stories of Bangsamoro
My favorite memory in high school are all the times I’ve spent with my barkada. We’ve been friends for six years now. Our parents are also close friends so even if we live away from one another, . . . Read More
Meet Maimon, a mother and a war survivor. Hear her accounts of her experience during the Fall of Camp Abu Bakr on year 2000. “Nandoon ako mismo nung nangyari ang Giyera sa Camp Abu bakr.Kitang . . . Read More
I’d like to think of myself as a princess. I was only 18 when a patron of my mother’s sari-sari store invited us to come with them in Lanao. I thought it was another country I begged my mother . . . Read More
My daughter has pneumonia while I have courage. I’ve been selling vegetables for over 18 years, and it’s been my source of income that gets us through every day. It’s difficult budgeting for . . . Read More
Meet Rufaidah, a student From University of Visayas. Hear this shy and introverted lady's after thoughts on their visit and outreach activity to the fire victims in Cebu. “It hurts to see what . . . Read More
Meet Noraiza, a survivor of Zamboanga Siege and one of the countless displaced by the conflict. Being a widow, she and her only daughter depend on each other in their pursuit for a better . . . Read More