SEPANG: ALL four children of the Malaysian couple
detained by Swedish authorities over allegations of
child abuse arrived at the Kuala Lumpur
International Airport (KLIA) this morning.
The children,departed for Malaysia at 6.30am local
time yesterday together with Deputy Foreign
Minister Datuk Hamzah Zainuddin, as well as a
special officer of the deputy minister and a
relative of the four children.
Aishah, 14, and her three younger siblings – Ammar,
12; Adam, 11; and Arif, seven – were accompanied by
Deputy Foreign Minister Datuk Hamzah Zainuddin and
his entourage when they arrived at KLIA at about
The four were accompanied by relatives upon their
The children are scheduled to meet Prime Minister's
wife Datin Seri Rosmah Mansor at her residence in
Jalan Duta at about 10.30am before they are handed
over officially to their family members.
Upon arrival, the children were rushed into three
separate vehicles and declined to speak to the
However, the eldest sibling, Aisyah sparingly
uttered: "I'm happy to be back home."
A press conference is expected during the meeting
It was reported that a Swedish Court had extended
the remand order against the children’s father,
Azizul Raheem Awalludin, who is Tourism Malaysia
officer in Sweden, to facilitate probe into the
The remand order against Azizul, which was the
fourth time since his arrest on Dec 18, was extended
to another 11 days until February 10.
The Swedish Court had also obtained a remand order
against Azizul’s wife, Salwati Norshal, until