Kenyataan Solidariti bersama Siti Noor Aishah – Joint Statement

 Dated 30 March 2017
Kami, yang menyokong kenyataan ini, memandang serius akan perkembangan semasa melibatkan kes Siti Nor Aishah yang ditahan di bawah Akta SOSMA kerana dituduh memiliki 12 judul bahan bacaan haram yang berkaitan dengan kumpulan pengganas.
 
Siti Nor Aishah juga ditahan beberapa kali di bawah beberapa Akta Pencegahan Jenayah (POCA) serta dikenakan tahanan rumah selama dua tahun serta pengasingan sendiri.
 
Perkembangan semasa rejim Najib Razak yang melakukan pemerasan budaya terhadap pekerja budaya dan seni kebelakangan ini menggunakan pelbagai Akta yang menindas amat membimbangkan dan kami, menolak sekeras-kerasnya perbudakan budaya dalam memeras kegiatan seni budaya warga.
 
#SetiakawanMelawan! #MansuhSOSMA!
 
Jika anda mahu bersama untuk mendukung kenyataan ini, sila masukkan nama kolektif / individu di bawah. Sebarkan!

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Suaram decries student’s detention under Sosma after acquittal

Source: FMT News

NGO describes Siti’s Noor Aishah’s detention as one of the most deplorable uses of Sosma and Poca. Pic from FMT News.

NGO describes Siti’s Noor Aishah’s detention as one of the most deplorable uses of Sosma and Poca. Pic from FMT News.

KUALA LUMPUR: The human rights and civil liberties NGO Suaram has called on the attorney-general’s chambers to withdraw its arrest of student Siti Noor Aishah Atan over alleged possession of illegal books.

Its executive director, Sevan Doraisamy, said Siti, a research student at Universiti Malaya, should be released from her detention under the Security Offences (Special Measures) Act 2012 (Sosma).

In a statement today, he said Suaram was notified that Siti had been re-arrested and returned to detention under Sosma following her hearing at the Court of Appeal this morning.

Siti was detained under Sosma for allegedly being in possession of the materials.

On Sept 29 last year, she was acquitted and discharged by the High Court over the charge of having 12 publications related to terrorism.

However, she was rearrested under the Prevention of Crime Act 1959 (Poca) after her release. Read more