Amir Mawallil

Amir Mawallil is a Tausug writer based in Cotabato City. He is the founding chairperson of the Young Moro Professionals Network in western Mindanao.
“We talked about a lot of things, but I will never forget that he said he loves his family. How worried he was about being lost to this world. At that point, he worried more about his family than for himself.
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What it means to be a Muslim in the Philippines.
At some point, naivete crosses over into bigotry.
To begin Esquire's series of interviews with candidates seeking posts in 2019, we speak to Samira Gutoc, a hijab-wearing Muslim who is running for the Senate in the hopes of bringing the 20-year absence of a Muslim legislator from the Upper Chamber to an end.
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