Lawyer and ex-academician Adel Tamano wants families with special children to spur a change in society’s attitudes so that greater nurturing and protection are given these children, and weaken the stigma that comes with having them.
By Julliane de Jesus
It was not just a simple Inquirer Read Along session. It bound Muslim and Christian children together.
Syrian army shelling destroyed the historic mausoleum of a companion of the Prophet Mohammed in the central city of Homs on Monday, a monitoring group and activists said.
By Armand Dean N. Nocum
We have no belen or images of the Holy Family to mark Christmas in our household. Nor will our Noche Buena table feature a succulent lechon or glazed ham. As far as our Christian-Muslim family is concerned, these are mere trimmings to the real meaning of the season.
By Martin Abbugao
From halal spas to prayer rooms at airport terminals, the global tourism industry is gearing up for a projected boom in Muslim travel over the next decade, experts say.