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PETALING JAYA: Raja Permaisuri Agong Tunku Azizah Aminah Maimunah Iskandariah (pic) has reactivated her Twitter account to express disappointment over the arrest of an individual who had allegedly posted a seditious tweet aimed at her.

In a series of tweets on Saturday (Sept 14), the Queen explained that she had deactivated her Twitter account for personal reasons, as opposed to cyberbullying.

She also expressed her disappointment that the individual accused has been detained by the police.

“I am truly upset that the police have detained those people. Through the years, my husband and I have never made any police report on bad things said about us.

She continued to explain that she had heard the news that someone has been arrested, and decided to reactivate her Twitter account immediately as she was “angry and upset”.

“I myself told the Pihak Istana to inform the police to not take any action. I repeat again, I did not deactivate my account because of them.

“My husband and I have never made police reports, and I have never been sad (when I read comments about me); instead I laugh because Allah knows who I am!” said the Queen.

Khalid Ismath, who is a former Parti Socialis Malaysia youth chief was detained on Friday night at his home in Klang for allegedly posting a seditious tweet aimed at Tunku Azizah.

PSM deputy chairman S. Arutchelvan said Khalid’s arrest was a form of unnecessary intimidation.

“They could have asked him to go to the police station and he would have complied and cooperated willingly.

“Her Majesty had already expressed her stand about the tweet and has not linked anyone to it,” he said, adding that Khalid had earlier denied that he had posted anything against the Queen.

Khalid’s arrest happened hours after the Queen posted on Instagram telling the public that she had left Twitter for personal reasons and there was no need to lodge any police reports.

Her posting was shared by her daughter Tengku Puteri Afzan Aminah Hafizatullah Al-Sultan Abdullah, who reposted it on her own Twitter account, @tengkuafzan1.

Many of the Queen’s followers had earlier believed that she had left Twitter because of cyberbullying.

Since she left Twitter, a Twitter user, whose tweets were screenshot and circulated on the Internet, has issued a public apology to Tunku Azizah for earlier remarks he made about her.

In a string of tweets, which have since been deleted, Twitter user Firdaus Asraf commented on the popularity of Tunku Azizah and the following that she has gained on social media.

He later posted a formal apology on his account, saying that he regrets his actions and he hopes that Tunku Azizah will accept his apology.
Read more at https://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2019/09/14/queen-reactivates-twitter-account-expresses-disappointment-over-arrest#mzpUi41EVHG3L2MR.99

Queen answers critic over photo-snapping during Merdeka event

PETALING JAYA: The queen today defended herself from a critic who accused her of behaving childishly after footage surfaced of her taking photos with her mobile phone during the recent Merdeka Day celebration.

Tunku Azizah Aminah Maimunah Iskandariah said in a Twitter post that she had been asked to take photos by Yang di-Pertuan Agong Sultan Abdullah Sultan Ahmad Shah.

“The king asked me to take photos… I only followed the king’s command. Thank you for your comment,” she added.

She was responding to a Twitter user by the name of @Finalana1 who said the queen had behaved “like a small child”.

“Could you not have just sat down properly like a queen who is appreciating the event. Like rabbit in Alice in Wonderland,” the user added.

The post sparked outrage from other users, many of whom said @Finalana1 was being rude.

“Biarlah tu queen kami,” one said. “We love our queen.”

“HRH was enjoying the moment, like normal people do,” another said.

“Let the queen do whatever she wants to, as long as it is appropriate,” said another.

Queen answers critic over photo-snapping during Merdeka event










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