1. for-moyameehaa:

    THIS IS WHY : #SuvaaluMarch to #FindMoyameeha on 19 Sep 2014, 4 pm from Artificial beach

  2. #findmoyameehaa #suvaalumarch


  3. "People are afraid to care about shit. No offence to Vice, but they started a big wave of that"
  4. kuhthaa:

    Drawings for nobody


  6. Questions for Parliament’s 241 Committee re: Police investigation of Rilwan’s case


    These questions have been shared with parliamentary groups of political parties. MPs are requested to find answers for these questions via 241 Committee of the Parliament.





  7. for-moyameehaa:

    Maldives’ Parliament Committee on Independent Commissions voted last night to halt accountability of the state’s independent commissions by refusing to summon the Human Rights Commission to the committee meeting held on the case of missing journalist Ahmed Rilwan (moyameehaa).

    This decision was…

  8. dyingregime:

    Families of victims of violent crimes unite for justice, Male City Hall,  03.09.2014 

    Ahmed Rilwan Abdulla (@moyameehaa) a Maldivian Journalist has been missing since 8 August 2014. He was last seen on CCTV at the Hulhumale’ ferry terminal.

    He was wearing a black shirt, black trousers, black shoes with white soles and carrying a black backpack.

    Rilwan is 28 years old, of medium build and 5 feet 10 inches tall, sporting a short beard and moustache.  #findmoyameehaa www.findmoyameehaa.com


  9. for-moyameehaa:

    In a letter sent to Police Commissioner Hussain Waheed by Rilwan’s mother on 31 August 2014 (23 days after Rilwan was last seen), the family asks:

    1. In light of an abduction witnessed by Rilwan’s neighbour at Hulhumale’ on 8 Aug 2014, how do the Maldive Police Service now treat Rilwan’s case; as a missing person’s case, an abduction, or homicide, or something else?

    2. Do MPS link Rilwan’s case to the cases of ‘secret’ abductions which took place in June 2014 targeting the admins of FB ‘Colorless’ page? As reported on local media, these abductions happened following threats by a group of people who went to meet Home Minister Umar Naseer in a meeting publicised on social media.

    As yet, no effort has been made by MPS to clarify to the family or public where they stand on the investigation. The public has reason to believe that the police are intentionally avoiding professional procedures of conduct in this matter, as no progress has been reported to the public by MPS on Rilwan’s case.

  10. for-moyameehaa:

    Letter to your MP

    Anyone can send this individual letter to your Member of Parliament.

    Your MP has the power and duty to question the work of Maldives Police Service in relation to Rilwan’s case via relevant committees of the Parliament.