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Malaysia ISA Campaign Pack: Mat Sah bin Mohammed Satray Released on Septemper 15 2009

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Mat Sah bin Mohammed Satray is a Malaysian individual held under the Internal Security Act (ISA) of Malaysia for the past five years and has been released in September 15 2009.

ISA is the primary piece of anti-terror legislation being enforced in Malaysia, under which an individual can be held for upto 60 days without a warrant or recourse to trial or access to legal counsel, merely on the basis of suspicion. After the 60 day period ends, the detainee's case is referred to the Home Secretary who can extend the detention period for two more years which is then renewable indefinitely.

UPDATE @ 03 February 2010
ISA prisoner Mat Sah Satray released under harsh control orders
http://ihrc.org.uk/activities/alerts/9220-update-alert-malaysia-isa-prisoner-mat-sah-satray-released-under-harsh-control-orders

UPDATE @ 9 July 2008
Mat Sah still languishes in prison, six years after his arrest under the Internal Security Act.
http://www.ihrc.org.uk/show.php?id=3489

Please help campaign for his release by downloading the campaign pack below.

 

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