Dear Mr. Manuel L. Quezon III, That was a very nice write-up you made. I am a convert or revert to Islam, and on my mother’s side, which are the del Rosario’s from whom comes Philippine Ambassador to Washington, Albert del Rosario, there are people who know and tell stories about some of the older members of the Quezon family. I also am a North Greenhills resident, and neigbor of the Solivens, whose position on the issue I despise. Let me first tell you that they did not consult the Greenhills residents about the campaign they launched before they launched it. I was surprised suddenly to receive a bigoted newsletter with lots of insults against Muslims three saturdays ago at our greenhills home. This was followed with newsletters complete with pictures of rallies taken from the archives of the Philippine Star encouraging the residents to rally in order to protest “church/mosque”. In short, Mr. Soliven and his cohorts such as Atty. Don Alviar, president of North Greenhills, have tried to agitate the residents of Greenhills and raise unfounded fears. Former president of North Greenhills, Francisco Joaquin, already wrote Ortigas that he found the letter discriminatory and bigoted, as reported and quoted in the Philippine Daily Inquirer. Mr. Joaquin told me that the real reason Mr. Soliven, and his wife Preciosa, were opposing the Muslim prayer area, was because it would be in front of the OB Montessori that they own. In any case, I would be very willing to discuss these issues with you, Mr. Quezon. But for my fellow readers, what I have written is in my honest opinion, more of what the real score is here in Greenhills. Peace!