SABAH, MALAYSIA-NAGPAUNLAK ng panayam ang tunay na nagmamay-ari ng Sabah, bahagi ngayon ng Malaysian North Borneo kung saan personal na lumipad patungo duon ang www.dzmjonline.net at www.diaryongtagalog.net
In a rare occasion royalties originally from the island of Borneo came back to re-claim and pronounce it’s right to his own property, more or less the gist of what Sharif Usman Datu Ismael Ali Sultan Toron Lawan Dumaga Sultan Muhammad Esmail E. Kiram the 33rd Sultan of Sulu and Sabah North Borneo says in the interview in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah.
Sa panayam bago pasimulan ay nagdasal sa wikang arabik bagaman di na ipinakita ang Hari ng Royal Imperial Lupah Sug Islamic United Kingdom of Sulu and North Borneo na si Raja Mohammad Ghamar Mamay Hasan Abdurajak Al Sultan Ghamar Bin Abdul Ghapar Sultan Jamalul Kiram III bilang pangunang panalangin bago ang interbyu.
Contrary to circulated rumors that Sharif Usman Datu Ismael Ali Sultan Toron Lawan Dumaga Sultan Muhammad Esmail E. Kiram is dead he is ALIVE and well and has travelled from Mindanao in the Philippines to his hometown here in Sabah and very much in full support of Queen Maria Makiling Helen Fatima Nasaria Panolino Abdurajak Ju Xi Mulan, the Queen of MaPhilIndo MA63 and the Philippine Islands.
Isinusulong ni Sharif Usman Datu Ismael Ali Sultan Toron Lawan Dumaga Sultan Esmail E. Kiram tinatawad ding “Ama Ali” ang kapayapaan at pagkakaisa hindi lang ng mga Muslim kundi pati ng mga katutubo at mga Kristiyano sa Pilipinas, Malaysia, Indonesia at Brunei at wakasan ang mga alitan at gulo.
“From the time it was acquired by the Sultan of Sulu from the Sultan of Brunei up to April 24, 1962 when it is formally ceded and transferred to the Republic of the Philippines under the title of sovereignty, the SULTANATE OF SULU has continuously been the rightful sovereign of the portion North Borneo known as Sabah”.
“The source of origin shall prevail”-Queen Maria Makiling Helen Fatima Nasaria Panolino Abdurajak Ju Xi Mulan, the Queen of MaPhilIndo MA63 and the Philippine Islands. From the original interviews of www.dzmjonline.net ///Abdul Malik Bin Ismail, 09333816694, email@example.com