Syamsul Yusof's mum hopes he will repent: 'Your life is almost ruined'

Datin Patimah Ismail has been vocal about her displeasure at her son Syamsul Yusof's second marriage to Ira Kazar. Photos: Patimah Ismail/Instagram, Syamsul Yusof/Instagram

Malaysian director-actor Syamsul Yusof's mum, Datin Patimah Ismail, recently made a heartfelt post on social media begging her son to repent his mistakes.

In a now-deleted Insta-story posted Thursday (March 9), Patimah uploaded a photo of Syamsul on the front page of a local newspaper.

Her post was accompanied with a caption that read: "Your life is almost ruined! Please repent, you're far lost. Our doors (at home) are always open for you. Allah is also forgiving."

The post comes two days after her daughter-in-law, Puteri Sarah Liyana, appeared at the Syariah Lower Court in Kuala Lumpur on Tuesday (March 7) where proceedings of her divorce application, filed Jan 16, took place.

Puteri Sarah, 37, made the decision to end her marriage with Syamsul after the Mat Kilau director announced on Instagram Jan 6 that he married his second wife, Ira Kazar, in Thailand.

Patimah has since been vocal about her displeasure regarding her son getting married to Ira, once telling a news portal that the union between Syamsul and Ira had ruined the family life of Syamsul and his first wife.

When Puteri Sarah first filed for a divorce from Syamsul, Patimah wrote on her Insta-story that she just wants Puteri Sarah to be happy and that she had suffered enough, giving her encouraging words.

On Feb 2, she shared that she is proud to have three children-in-law whom she described as fantastic human beings and people that she loves. In her post, she excluded Ira.

On March 7, Puteri Sarah told mStar –The Star's Malay language news portal – that Patimah has offered to be a witness in the injunction case against Ira, her sister Yasmin and their father Kazar Saisi, for allegedly violating a court order.

"Earlier this morning before I came to court, my mother-in-law sent me a message, telling me that she wants to be a witness (in my case against Ira).

"If her son (Syamsul) wants a locus standi for his second wife, then my mother-in-law wants (to have a standing in court) to defend me," she said, adding that she wants Syamsul to let her go so she can move on.

Following the court case, the judge advised both parties to appoint a conciliatory committee (JPK) in their divorce case.

Last July, the actress obtained an injunction order from the court to prevent Ira and those related to her from approaching and harassing her family.

According to reports, the injunction order filed also prohibited Ira from being within 500m from Puteri Sarah, her family, in-laws and anyone related to her.

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