Refugee activist Heidy Quah to be charged tomorrow over Facebook post

Refuge for the Refugees founder Heidy Quah’s Facebook post on June 5, in which she details the plight of a female refugee at an immigration detention centre. – Facebook pic, July 26, 2021.

REFUGEE aid activist Heidy Quah will be charged tomorrow for a Facebook post wrote last year about a former detainee’s experience in immigration detention.

The founder of Refuge for the Refugees said on Facebook tonight that she will be charged at the Cyber Crimes Court at Jalan Duta, Kuala Lumpur under Section 233(1) Communications and Multimedia Act.

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