KUALA LUMPUR: The Royal Malaysia Police (PDRM) is in a routine of bringing home 23 out of 51 Malaysians being incarcerated in Syria for their purported impasse in terrorism.
Bukit Aman Special Branch Anti-Terrorist Division principal partner executive Ayob Khan Mydin Pitchay pronounced of a 23 people, 11 are adults and a remaining, children.
“All of them have contacted their respective families, who afterwards find PDRM’s assistance to move them home,” he told reporters on Saturday (Mar 16).
He pronounced all of them would be questioned and given counselling on their return.
“The group will be arrested and questioned. As for a women and children, it will count on their cases since they are women who went since they had to follow their husband.
“During a doubt process, it will also engage counsellors, psychologists and ustaz (Islamic eremite teachers) to yield counselling, recommendation and weigh them so that they will not get engage in terrorism again,” he added.
On a routine of bringing them home, Ayob Khan pronounced it could not be finalised nonetheless as a matter also concerned contention with several quarters.
“It involves contention with many buliding in Syria since some of them are incarcerated during a United Nations High Commission for Refugees camp, and there are also those incarcerated by a Syrian authorities.
“We wish to establish where they are, either during a United Nations camp or Al-Qaeda or elsewhere. Only afterwards can we arrange for their lapse and it takes a prolonged time,” he added.