The Old Muslim's Opinions: A Year of Filipino Newspaper Columns
"The Old Muslim's Opinions" may benefit from the conversational approach that is taken by authors. They have also designed the text to be read a chapter at a time with each having its own conclusion. The variety of topics, a bland of American humor and Filipino backwardness is enjoyable and a good read from beginning to end!
"The Old Muslim's Opinions" began in 2007, when the editor of a small town newspaper asked Sulaiman to write a weekly column. Shortly thereafter a larger more prodigous newspaper near Tacloban, the capital city of Leyte island, sought out Sulaiman for his controversial and ineresting style of writing. Although close to 70 years old, he has no intention of slowing down and has just started their third book.
The Tuccis are retired in Ormoc City, Remy's place of birth 68 years ago. She keeps herself busy with family, former classmates and friends, when not typing manuscripts for the old Muslim. As for Sulaiman, he is very active in the local Muslim community visiting Mosques all over the island.