It’s still the long road to peace


“IF all political initiatives are exhausted, then we will take up arms again,” the diminutive man in the bush jacket says in a measured tone, softly but firmly.

His words sent a chill down my spine because Ghazali Jaafar, the vice chairman of the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF), made his point in a heavily fortified compound, surrounded by his militia, all armed to the teeth.

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Opinion , brian martin , philippines , milf , bangsamoro

   

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