Tuesday, August 6, 2013

King’s palace intruders had attempted to enter Istana Kedah last year

The intruders who attempted to "replace" the Yang di-Pertuan Agong on Monday had also tried to enter Istana Anak Bukit in Kedah last year but failed, according to the police, The Star reported today.

The leader of the group had called for the formation of a three-million strong army of people aged between 16 and 30 to set the stage for the return of Al-Mahdi.

Imam Mahdi is the prophesied Muslim leader who will come just before the end of the world.

The leader claimed to be Tuanku Sultan Raja Merong­maha­wangsa II @ Sultan Kedah Asli @ Yang di-Pertuan Agong Malaysia Asli @ Raja Nusantara @ Raja Utusan Allah Akhiruzaman Fasa I and Pewaris Sah Empayar Langka­suka Panji Hitam dari Timur.

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According to The Star, Kedah police chief Senior Deputy Commissioner Datuk Ahmad Ibrahim said there was no evidence of any such group operating in the state. There were no leads that the group had originated from Kedah or were based there.

The group were arrested by police on Monday morning after gathering at the main entrance of the palace at 4.10am. Nine adults and a minor were detained by police and remanded to facilitate investigations.

The Star also reported that the minor, a 11-year-old girl, has been sent to the juvenile detention centre. Police also found documents which originated from the Philippines in vehicles belonging to the group members.

The group are part of a cult known as the Kumpulan Panji Hitam dari Timur Empayar Langkasuka Nusan­tara. - August 7, 2013.

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