In observance of the end of Ramadan fasting, President Rodrigo Duterte asked the Filipino people to act as “agents of change” in their communities.
Malacañang reminded members of the Islamic faith to follow guidelines on social distancing in celebrating Eid al-Fitr, which marks the end of Ramadan.
Qatar on Sunday began enforcing the world’s toughest penalties of up to three years’ imprisonment for failing to wear masks in public, as it battles one of the world’s highest coronavirus infection rates.
From cancelled iftar feasts to suspended mosque prayers, Muslims across the Middle East are bracing for a bleak month of Ramadan fasting as the threat of the COVID-19 pandemic lingers.
President Rodrigo Duterte has warned of a revolution in Mindanao should the auditing body hold housing czar Eduardo del Rosario, also head of the Task Force Bangon Marawi, liable for using the funds allocated for the rehabilitation of Marawi to fund the Hajj pilgrimage of Filipino Muslims.
As Filipino Muslims celebrate Eid al-Fitr or the end of Ramadan, Department of National Defense (DND) Secretary Delfin Lorenzana urged every FIlipino to continue to work together to ensure the successful implementation of the Bangsamoro Organic Law (BOL).
Filipinos and the media may have to wait for more than a week longer to see President Rodrigo Duterte back in the public eye.