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Friday, February 15, 2013

Official statement of the Royal House of Sulu on SABAH stand-off

Because of the recent stand off between Malaysian authorities and an armed group of 100 Filipinos claiming to be members of the royal armed forces of the Sultanate of Sulu, descendant of the Sultan of Sulu release a statement on their facebook page denying their involvement in the ongoing Stand-off.

Royal Sultanate of Sulu
Friday, 15th February 2013, Official statement of the Royal House of Sulu:
"Ampun Muedzul-Lail Tan Kiram, 35th Sultan of Sulu, son of Ampun Moh. Mahakuttah A. Kiram (last recognised Sultan of Sulu by Philippine government under Presidential Memorandum Order 427 issued in 1974 by President of Philippines H.E. Ferdinand Marcos), 34th Sultan of Sulu and grandson of Ampun Esmail E. Kiram, 33rd Sultan of Sulu, is aware that early morning of Tuesday, about 100-200 people, some of them armed men and a handful of women, boarded speedboats on Simunul Island in Tawi-Tawi, Philippines and left for Lahad Datu, a coastal area in Sabah in northern Borneo. These men and women were leaded by Datu Ajbimuddin Kiram, who is younger brother of one of the self-styled Sultans of Sulu. Currently there are up to 60 people who claim to be Sultans of Sulu. This incident has nothing to do with the Royal Court neither with legitimate Sultan of Sulu. Ampun Muedzul-Lail Tan Kiram, 35th Sultan of Sulu, who lives in Jolo, Sulu is a peaceful man who is working close by with Philippine marines to maintain peaceful and safe environment in Sulu archipelago"




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