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Georgetown, Penang: Last night’s vigil for the missing Malaysians

Where are the missing Malaysians?

Do you know where they are?

We read about disappearances in South America, Central Africa, the Middle-east and the People’s Republic of China.

Why are we reading about missing pastors and activists in Malaysia? What is happening to our country?

The missing Malaysians are:

  1. Pastor Raymond Koh who was abducted from his car in Petaling Jaya on 13 Feb by around 15 men in three black SUVs. It was a slick operation, which was over in a matter of seconds. The kidnapping was in mid-morning. In a country which is one of the most CCTV’d in the world, strange that the police cannot trace any record of the convoy of vehicles which sped off.
  2.  Joshua Hilmy is a pastor of Malay descent. Both he and his wife Ruth have been missing since the end of November 2016. Someone must know something, but no once has come forward.
  3. Amir Che Mat is an activist who disappeared on the night of 24 November 2016. He told his eldest daughter that he was going out. He never returned. Who abducted him? Why did they do this?

The IGP has said that he has nothing new to report to the families of the missing people. Instead, he has hauled up three people from various NGOs, just because they questioned the lack of progress in the abductions.

If you have information which can help to trace the missing Malaysians, please come forward.

We have not forgotten them. They are in our hearts and in our minds.

Please continue to support the families of the missing Malaysians.

Please continue to demand that the authorities step up their efforts to find them.

Thank you for coming out, to support the families of the missing Malaysians. 

 

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