Tag: turgay karaman
Ambassador Abd Razak Abdul Wahab justifies deportation of three Turkish nationals last month from Malaysia.
Two other Turks, deported from Malaysia, have been put in pre-trial detention, says Turkey Purge.
Turkey Purge portal quotes state-run news agency as saying the Turkish officials collaborated with Malaysian officials in the arrest of the trio who were later deported to Turkey.
Yesterday, human rights group Stockholm Centre of Freedom urged Malaysia to halt doing the bidding of an increasingly repressive Turkish government.
Agensi berita Turki melaporkan Ihsan Aslan, Turgay Karaman dan Ismet Ozcelik disoal jabatan anti-pengganas negara itu.
Prominent lawyer cites country's alleged missteps in dealing with case of Saudi blogger in 2012 and now Turkish citizens, with irregular extradition process.
Lawyers for Liberty joins chorus of those unhappy with the deportation of the trio to Turkey as they may face torture there.
Wife of detained Turkish citizen says she is grateful she could see her husband for an hour today.
Wife of Turkish citizen says husband fears return to Turkey after reports of torture of those detained following coup attempt last July.
Lawyer for Turgay Karaman and Ismet Ozcelik, arrested under Sosma, says he will meet them before families are given some time with the detainees.
Ihsan Aslan's wife, Ainnurul, says she knew her husband's routine very well, and did not have any reason to suspect him of wrongdoing.
The Guardian melaporkan Turgay Karaman dalam akaun media sosialnya mempromosikan pelbagai buku seperti masakan Turki dan sufisme, cabang mistik Islam yang dibenci penyokong tegar jihad.
Turgay Karaman, former secretary-general of Malaysian-Turkish Dialogue Society, spoke with Prime Minister Najib Razak prior to latter's official trip to Turkey.
IGP says police will not hesitate to act against those who disrupt Malaysia's national security, no matter how long they have been here.
Sebelum ini ketua polis negara hanya berkata penahanan kerana mereka mengancam keselamatan negara, tanpa menyebut dakwaan penglibatan dengan militan IS.
Rights group says Turgay Karaman and Ihsan Aslan face torture and unfair trial in their homeland and should not be allowed to leave Malaysia 'under any circumstances'.
The Lawyers for Liberty director says police should inform suspects' families after making arrests.
Malaysian wife of arrested Ihsan Aslan, says he has been running a business here for 15 years and is not involved in Gulen movement, which is outlawed in Turkey.
Ayse Karaman and Ainnurul Aisyah Yunos Ali Maricar question arrest, saying husbands have been working in Malaysia peacefully for 13 and 15 years respectively.
Khalid Abu Bakar says Turgay Karaman and Ihsan Aslan were arrested last night in connection with activities that threatened national security.