IT WAS the Maguindanao Moro filmmaker Teng Mangansakan who alerted me to a forgotten past. Last August, Teng revisited the place that had become rather obscure in the Mindanao mind. It is called Malisbong, but few would want to remember the name, let alone inconvenience themselves with a Google map for a search. Even the remaining living survivors would rather blur their memories of a ghastly carnage that only men who don’t believe in human dignity can carry out without mercy.

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PASIG CITY, Apr. 13 -- The Office of the Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process (OPAPP) today pointed out that the Government of the Philippines (GPH) peace panel conducted and participated in 553 consultations among the various stakeholders of the Bangsamoro peace process from 2010 up until the completion of the Comprehensive Agreement on the Bangsamoro (CAB) and the drafting of the proposed Bangsamoro Basic Law (BBL).
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