SHOCKING REVELATION BY SITI AISHAH!
1. “I’m not anyone’s slave!”
2. She is happy in the UK.
3. She has important work.
4. She has no regrets about disowning her family.
Sunday December 1, 2013 MYT 7:08:05 AM
Siti Aishah has no regrets disowning family
Her sister, former teacher Kamar Mahtum, 73, who had an emotional reunion with her 69-year-old sibling in London, said she had felt angry, sad and disappointed with Siti Aishah and had repeatedly asked her “how could you”, on her decision to disappear without trace in 1970s.
“Now I know she did it and without much regret. At least, I think so,” she told British daily, The Telegraph, in an exclusive interview after meeting Siti Aishah.
Kamar Mahtum said that made her feel as though her sister was trying to tell her she could survive without her family as she had been doing for the last 40 years.
She said after meeting Siti Aishah she felt that her sister was still caught up in left-wing politics and did not feel her family was important to her.
Siti Aishah refuses to come home, denies being enslaved, says activist
A Malaysian woman said to have been enslaved for nearly 30 years, Siti Aishah Abdul Wahab, has refused to return to Malaysia and denied she was a slave in London, says activist Hishamuddin Rais.
He said Siti Aishah’s denial came from her Marxist ideology.
“Siti Aishah has said she was not anyone’s slave. That is her ideological belief.
“She also does not want to return to Malaysia,” Hishamuddin said in London when contacted by The Malaysian Insider. – November 30, 2013.
Updated: Saturday November 30, 2013 MYT 9:46:19 AM
London slavery: Siti Aishah says she was happy in the UK
PETALING JAYA: According to a report by the Daily Telegraph, Siti Aishah Abdul Wahab who is one of three women held “captive” by a couple in London, has told her sister Kamar Mautum that she has been happy and loved during her time in London.
“When I asked her about what had gone on she just clammed up. The only thing she wanted me to perceive is that she is happy.She told me, ‘I have got friends here, I work here. I do important work here’, but she could not reveal what it was she did,” Kamar told Daily Telegraph.
Siti Aishah also promised that after the investigation was over she would come to Malaysia. It is learnt that she is no longer fluent in Malay.
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Astro Awani reported Malaysian High Commissioner Datuk Seri Zakaria Sulong confirmed that Kamar had met Siti Aishah.
“Kamar Mahtum gave Aishah a prayer rug. Aishah was asked to write to her family in Malaysia,” he was reported as saying, and did not give any more details.
‘LET ME SEE HER BEFORE WE DIE’: PLEA OF MALAYSIAN ESCAPEE’S SISTER
Flying in: Kamar Mautum arrives at Heathrow
The sister of a Malaysian student allegedly enslaved by an extreme Left-wing sect for decades yesterday into Britain to see her ‘before either of us dies’.
Retired teacher Kamar Mautum says one of the three captives freed last month is her sibling Aishah Wahab, 69, who disappeared after joining the Maoist faction based in Brixton.
She landed at Heathrow with documents said to prove the captive is her sister and now hopes to see her for the first time in at least 30 years.
As she boarded a flight from Kuala Lumpur to London to be reunited with her sister, Mrs Mautum said: ‘I have felt so choked without her for years and years.
‘She was so talented; she was the apple of my mother’s eye. She asked for her on her deathbed.’
Miss Wahab is believed to have suffered a stroke while she was allegedly held captive by sect leaders Aravindan Balakrishnan and his partner Chanda.
Her sister added: ‘This has been a dark age for her and for all of us. I will do anything to bring her home. I want to see her before either of us dies. I am not sure if she will remember me but I am hopeful she will.
‘I hope her health is OK and she is receiving all the help she needs.’
Thursday November 28, 2013 MYT 6:29:34 PM
London slavery: Siti Aishah recuperating in hospital after suffering stroke, claims niece
by sarban singh
JELEBU: Siti Aishah Abd Wahab, the 69-year-old Malaysian woman who was allegedly held for more than three decades by a cult-like Maoist sect in London, is recuperating in hospital after apparently suffering a stroke recently.
Her niece Siti Zawiyah Othman, 55, said a relative who was also in London had notified the family here that Siti Aishah was now recuperating in a hospital.
“We have also been told that my aunt is in stable condition,” she said, adding that the family had not been notified of the hospital where Siti Aishah was admitted.
Siti Zawiyah said the family was hoping that British authorities would allow another aunt, Kamar Mahtum Abdul Wahab, 73, to visit Siti Aishah.
YES, THE MALAYSIAN WOMEN IS SITI AISHAH! WE HOPE THAT THE RE-UNION OF THE TWO SISTERS WILL BE A HAPPY ONE!
This is a 1997 photo of Siti Aishah
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Thursday November 28, 2013 MYT 7:14:23 AM
London slavery:Family just wants to see her again soonest
*The eldest sister, Hasnah Abdul Wahab, 88, is waiting at her home near Jelebu to see Siti Aishah again, after 45 years.
Hasnah’s daughter Siti Zawiyah Othman, 55, said the family had tried to look for her aunt in Britain but their efforts were unsuccessful.
“One of my uncles who was working as a bank officer in London met her twice a long time ago, but she disappeared again,” she said.
Siti Zawiyah said she also met Siti Aishah in London when she was 10 years old.
See an exclusive report by The Star
Thursday November 28, 2013 MYT 8:05:14 AM
by martin vengadesan
The sister of Siti Aishah Abdul Wahab, who is believed to be one of the three women rescued from 30 years of slavery in London, has vowed not to return without seeing her sister.
Kamar Mahtum Abdul Wahab, who left for London last night, said that although it was not confirmed if the 69-year-old Malaysian woman was indeed her sister, her instinct tells her it is.
“I will not return to Malaysia until I meet her,” she told The Malaysian Insider when met at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport last night.
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Senator reveals two other Malaysians were part of London Maoist sect
KUALA LUMPUR, Nov 27 — Siti Aishah Abdul Wahab was not the sole Malaysian to have been seduced into joining the London communist collective that shocked the world with allegations its radical leader had enslaved three women for over 30 years, PKR senator Syed Husin Ali revealed tonight.
In an interview with the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) aired on satellite television, Syed Husin disclosed that two other Malay women had been similarly enticed into joining the political sect led by India-born political agitator Aravindan Balakrishnan, adding they later broke free of the political sect and returned home to Malaysia.
“She was one of very few, two or three, Malay girls there, and I knew the other two had come back and are working here. In fact, they have broken away from that group,” added Syed Husin, who claimed he had then lived opposite Balakrishnan.
He did not divulge the identities of the Malay women he said had joined and left the Maoist group.
*Ardent Maoist, M’sian slave Siti Aishah threw her engagement ring into the River Thames
*Police won’t arrest Siti Aishah if she returns
*I HOPE SHE REMEMBERS ME, rescued slave Siti Aishah’s sister leaves for London
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*Rescued slave Siti Aishah was the APPLE OF HER MOTHER’S EYES
Rescued woman is Siti Aishah, police confirm
“In the 1970s, she was wanted by Malaysian police for participating in communist activities. She was detected to be moving with student activists who had left-wing tendencies,” said Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar.
Khalid said Siti Aishah fled to London but the Malaysian police continued to monitor her movements
“As the United Kingdom practised freedom of expression, Siti Aishah mingled with student activists there,” said Khalid, adding he did not know whether the 69-year-old was still a Malaysian citizen as she has been away from the country for more than 30 years.
Saying her citizenship status was a matter for the authorities to decide, Khalid said the police would not pursue her if she returned to the country.
“She is now no longer wanted by the police as whatever she was doing was more than 30 years ago and there is no need to pursue the issue any further now.”
Is the Malaysian shown in the 1997 video Siti Aishah?
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27 November 2013| last updated at 12:33AM
Malaysian slave called mum from brother’s house
LONDON: Siti Aishah Wahab, the Malaysian woman said to be one of three held as slaves by a Maoist sect in South London, had on her last visit to her brother’s house in London, spoken on the phone to her mother in Malaysia.
Even that was after being given the nod of approval by an Indian man who accompanied her there.
This was revealed in a phone interview with her sister-in-law, Halimaton Tahir, wife of Siti Aishah’s brother Mohd Tahir, who was then based in London.
According to Halimaton, there were two visits to their home in Bayswater.
Tuesday November 26, 2013 MYT 11:34:59 PM
London Slavery: Malaysian victim may be Zan Azlee’s aunt
After 30 years, a re-union?
Former teacher Kamar is confident the Malaysian High Commission in London will help her reunite with her sister.
Joining her on the trip to London is former student activist Hishamuddin Rais.
Sister of rescued Malaysian woman leaves for London
BY AMIN ISKANDAR, Bahasa News Editor
November 26, 2013
The elder sister of Siti Aishah Abdul Wahab, the 69-year-old woman who was allegedly enslaved by a Maoist cult, left for London tonight to be reunited with her sister after more than three decades.
Kamar Mautum said her hopes to meet with her sister had been rekindled after the news reports about her emerged.
“I am not sure if she will remember me but I am hopeful she will,” Kamar told The Malaysian Insider at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport tonight before boarding the flight to London.
WHO IS SHE?
It looks as though we may now have the name of the Malaysian woman. She could be Siti Aishah, who went to England in 1968 with her fiance.
This was the young Siti Aishah.
Hishamuddin Rais had suggested that the 69-year-old Malaysian woman held as a slave in a London “collective” for some 30 years could be Siti Aishah Abdul Wahab, who went missing years ago.
Now a family has come forth to claim that she is their long-lost kin.
Retired teacher Kamar Mautum, is of the belief that her 69-year-old sister, Siti Aishah, is the Malaysian woman.
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*Family of Malaysian “slave” Siti Aishah reveals her story
London slave could be missing leftist Siti Aishah, says ex-activist
BY AMIN ISKANDAR AND MOHD FARHAN DARWIS
November 26, 2013
A 69-year-old Malaysian woman held as a slave in a London “collective” for some 30 years could be Siti Aishah Abdul Wahab, who went missing years ago, says former student activist Hishamuddin Rais.
Hishamuddin, who went into self-exile in London in the 1970s, said Siti Aishah was active with Malaysian students in a leftist group that called itself “New Malayan Youth” in the British capital city at that time.
“Her brother sought me in 1991 to get assistance to find Aishah, who was said to be missing, as both of us come from the same district,” Hishamuddin told The Malaysian Insider early today.
“I also lived in Brixton, London, where the woman was found,” said Hishamuddin, who runs a blog called “TukarTiub”.
Hishamuddin, who returned to Malaysia in 1994, said that Siti Aishah had studied in the exclusive Tunku Kursiah College in Seremban and furthered her studies in quantity surveying in London under a Colombo Plan scholarship.
BBC News London
22 November 2013 Last updated at 04:48 GMT
‘Slave’ women rescued: Three held in ‘horrific conditions’
Three women rescued from a house after allegedly being held as slaves for 30 years were kept in “horrific conditions”, a charity has said.
Freedom Charity said it had been called by a woman who said she and two others were being held in south London.
A Malaysian woman, 69, an Irish woman, 57, and a Briton, 30, were rescued on 25 October, it emerged on Thursday.