Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Disember 26, 2009

Banda Aceh Hari ini…

BANDA ACEH, INDONESIA - DECEMBER 24: Mosque Rahmatullah is seen on December 24, 2009 in Banda Aceh, Indonesia. Mosque Rahmatullah was the only building left standing after the tsunami in Lampuuk on December, 2004. Aceh was the worst hit location, being the closest major city to the epicentre of the 9.1 magnitude quake, suffering a huge hit from the following tsunami and resulting in around 130,000 deaths. Throughout the affected region of eleven countries, 230,000 people in total were killed, making it one of the deadliest natural disasters in recorded history.

BANDA ACEH, INDONESIA – DECEMBER 24: Mosque Rahmatullah is seen on December 24, 2009 in Banda Aceh, Indonesia. Mosque Rahmatullah was the only building left standing after the tsunami in Lampuuk on December, 2004. Aceh was the worst hit location, being the closest major city to the epicentre of the 9.1 magnitude quake, suffering a huge hit from the following tsunami and resulting in around 130,000 deaths. Throughout the affected region of eleven countries, 230,000 people in total were killed, making it one of the deadliest natural disasters in recorded history.

BANDA ACEH, INDONESIA - DECEMBER 24:  A woman stands along a beach nearby Mosque Rahmatullah on December 24, 2009 in Banda Aceh, Indonesia. Mosque Rahmatullah was the only building left standing after the tsunami in Lampuuk on December, 2004. Aceh was the worst hit location, being the closest major city to the epicentre of the 9.1 magnitude quake, suffering a huge hit from the following tsunami and resulting in around 130,000 deaths. Throughout the affected region of eleven countries, 230,000 people in total were killed, making it one of the deadliest natural disasters in recorded history.

BANDA ACEH, INDONESIA – DECEMBER 24: A woman stands along a beach nearby Mosque Rahmatullah on December 24, 2009 in Banda Aceh, Indonesia. Mosque Rahmatullah was the only building left standing after the tsunami in Lampuuk on December, 2004. Aceh was the worst hit location, being the closest major city to the epicentre of the 9.1 magnitude quake, suffering a huge hit from the following tsunami and resulting in around 130,000 deaths. Throughout the affected region of eleven countries, 230,000 people in total were killed, making it one of the deadliest natural disasters in recorded history.

BANDA ACEH, INDONESIA - DECEMBER 24:  A woman stands along a beach nearby Mosque Rahmatullah on December 24, 2009 in Banda Aceh, Indonesia. Mosque Rahmatullah was the only building left standing after the tsunami in Lampuuk on December, 2004. Aceh was the worst hit location, being the closest major city to the epicentre of the 9.1 magnitude quake, suffering a huge hit from the following tsunami and resulting in around 130,000 deaths. Throughout the affected region of eleven countries, 230,000 people in total were killed, making it one of the deadliest natural disasters in recorded history.

BANDA ACEH, INDONESIA - DECEMBER 24: Tsunami survivors Tihawa (R), aged 50, and Hamidah (L), aged 60, in the front of Mosque Rahmatullah on December 24, 2009 in Banda Aceh, Indonesia. Mosque Rahmatullah was the only building left standing after the tsunami in Lampuuk on December, 2004. Aceh was the worst hit location, being the closest major city to the epicentre of the 9.1 magnitude quake, suffering a huge hit from the following tsunami and resulting in around 130,000 deaths. Throughout the affected region of eleven countries, 230,000 people in total were killed, making it one of the deadliest natural disasters in recorded history.

BANDA ACEH, INDONESIA – DECEMBER 24: Tsunami survivors Tihawa (R), aged 50, and Hamidah (L), aged 60, in the front of Mosque Rahmatullah on December 24, 2009 in Banda Aceh, Indonesia. Mosque Rahmatullah was the only building left standing after the tsunami in Lampuuk on December, 2004. Aceh was the worst hit location, being the closest major city to the epicentre of the 9.1 magnitude quake, suffering a huge hit from the following tsunami and resulting in around 130,000 deaths. Throughout the affected region of eleven countries, 230,000 people in total were killed, making it one of the deadliest natural disasters in recorded history.

BANDA ACEH, INDONESIA - DECEMBER 25:  Acehnese women take part in a mass  prayer for the victims of the Indian Ocean tsunami of 2004 in the Mosque Rahmatullah December 25, 2009 in Banda Aceh, Indonesia. The mosque was the only building left standing after the tsunami in Lampuuk on December 25, 2004. It is seen on the fifth anniversary of the 2004 Boxing Day earthquake and subsequent tsunami. Aceh was the worst hit location, being the closest major city to the epicentre of the 9.1 magnitude quake. The city suffered a huge hit from the resulting tsunami which caused around 130,000 deaths. Throughout the affected region of eleven countries roughly 225,000 people in total were killed, making it one of the deadliest natural disasters in recorded history.

BANDA ACEH, INDONESIA – DECEMBER 25: Acehnese women take part in a mass prayer for the victims of the Indian Ocean tsunami of 2004 in the Mosque Rahmatullah December 25, 2009 in Banda Aceh, Indonesia. The mosque was the only building left standing after the tsunami in Lampuuk on December 25, 2004. It is seen on the fifth anniversary of the 2004 Boxing Day earthquake and subsequent tsunami. Aceh was the worst hit location, being the closest major city to the epicentre of the 9.1 magnitude quake. The city suffered a huge hit from the resulting tsunami which caused around 130,000 deaths. Throughout the affected region of eleven countries roughly 225,000 people in total were killed, making it one of the deadliest natural disasters in recorded history.

BANDA ACEH, INDONESIA - DECEMBER 25:  An Acehnese woman cries while taking part in a mass  prayer for the victims of the Indian Ocean tsunami of 2004 in the Mosque Rahmatullah December 25, 2009 in Banda Aceh, Indonesia. The mosque was the only building left standing after the tsunami in Lampuuk on December 25, 2004. It is seen on the fifth anniversary of the 2004 Boxing Day earthquake and subsequent tsunami. Aceh was the worst hit location, being the closest major city to the epicentre of the 9.1 magnitude quake. The city suffered a huge hit from the resulting tsunami which caused around 130,000 deaths. Throughout the affected region of eleven countries roughly 225,000 people in total were killed, making it one of the deadliest natural disasters in recorded history.

Acehnese woman cries while taking part in a mass prayer for the victims of the Indian Ocean tsunami of 2004 in the Mosque Rahmatullah December 25, 2009 in Banda Aceh, Indonesia.

BANDA ACEH, INDONESIA - DECEMBER 24: Tsunami survivor Rozatulzanah, aged 6, walks to school on the fifth anniversary of the 2004 Boxing Day earthquake and subsequent tsunami on December 24, 2009 in Bakoy Banda Aceh, Indonesia. Aceh was the worst hit location, being the closest major city to the epicentre of the 9.1 magnitude quake, suffering a huge hit from the following tsunami and resulting in around 130,000 deaths. Throughout the affected region of eleven countries, 230,000 people in total were killed, making it one of the deadliest natural disasters in recorded history.

BANDA ACEH, INDONESIA – DECEMBER 24: Tsunami survivor Rozatulzanah, aged 6, walks to school on the fifth anniversary of the 2004 Boxing Day earthquake and subsequent tsunami on December 24, 2009 in Bakoy Banda Aceh, Indonesia. Aceh was the worst hit location, being the closest major city to the epicentre of the 9.1 magnitude quake, suffering a huge hit from the following tsunami and resulting in around 130,000 deaths. Throughout the affected region of eleven countries, 230,000 people in total were killed, making it one of the deadliest natural disasters in recorded history.

The Baiturrahman mosque is seen in Banda Aceh December 24, 2009. Five years ago on December 26, an earthquake struck off the coast of Indonesia's Aceh province, triggering an Indian Ocean tsunami that killed around 226,000 people in Indonesia, Sri Lanka, India, Thailand and nine other countries.

BANDA ACEH, INDONESIA - DECEMBER 23:  Australian tourists Katrina (L) and Natasha (C)  have their photograph taken with local people in the front Grand Mosque as the fifth anniversary of the 2004 Boxing Day earthquake and subsequent tsunami approaches on December 23, 2009 in Banda Aceh, Indonesia. Aceh was the worst hit location, being the closest major city to the epicentre of the 9.1 magnitude quake, suffering a huge hit from the following tsunami and resulting in around 130,000 deaths. Throughout the affected region of eleven countries, 230,000 people in total were killed, making it one of the deadliest natural disasters in recorded history.

BANDA ACEH, INDONESIA - DECEMBER 24: Mosque Rahmatullah is seen on December 24, 2009 in Banda Aceh, Indonesia. Mosque Rahmatullah was the only building left standing after the tsunami in Lampuuk on December, 2004. Aceh was the worst hit location, being the closest major city to the epicentre of the 9.1 magnitude quake, suffering a huge hit from the following tsunami and resulting in around 130,000 deaths. Throughout the affected region of eleven countries, 230,000 people in total were killed, making it one of the deadliest natural disasters in recorded history.

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BANDA ACEH, INDONESIA - DECEMBER 23:  In this composite image of the Grand Mosque, a before and after contrast is seen on the fifth anniversary of the 2004 Boxing Day earthquake and subsequent tsunami, on December 23, 2009 in Banda Aceh, Indonesia. .The original images was taken on December 29, 2004. Aceh was the worst hit location, being the closest major city to the epicentre of the 9.1 magnitude quake, suffering a huge hit from the following tsunami and resulting in around 130,000 deaths. Throughout the affected region of eleven countries, 230,000 people in total were killed, making it one of the deadliest natural disasters in recorded history. (Photos by Dimas Ardian (top) and Ulet Ifansasti.

BANDA ACEH, INDONESIA - DECEMBER 23:  In this composite image of the Grand Mosque, a before and after contrast is seen on the fifth anniversary of the 2004 Boxing Day earthquake and subsequent tsunami, on December 23, 2009 in Banda Aceh, Indonesia. .The original images was taken on December 29, 2004. Aceh was the worst hit location, being the closest major city to the epicentre of the 9.1 magnitude quake, suffering a huge hit from the following tsunami and resulting in around 130,000 deaths. Throughout the affected region of eleven countries, 230,000 people in total were killed, making it one of the deadliest natural disasters in recorded history. (Photos by Dimas Ardian (top) and Ulet Ifansasti.

BANDA ACEH, INDONESIA - DECEMBER 23: In this composite image of the near Grand Mosque, a before and after contrast is seen on the fifth anniversary of the 2004 Boxing Day earthquake and subsequent tsunami, on December 23, 2009 in Banda Aceh, Indonesia. .The original images was taken on December 29, 2004. Aceh was the worst hit location, being the closest major city to the epicentre of the 9.1 magnitude quake, suffering a huge hit from the following tsunami and resulting in around 130,000 deaths. Throughout the affected region of eleven countries, 230,000 people in total were killed, making it one of the deadliest natural disasters in recorded history. (Photos by Dimas Ardian (top) and Ulet Ifansasti.

Achenese men walk amid the debris of their devastated houses following the 2004 tsunami at a housing complex in Kajhu on the outskirts of Banda Aceh, in this April 3, 2005 file photo. A massive undersea earthquake is long overdue beneath the Mentawai islands in Indonesia and could trigger another deadly tsunami, say scientists mapping one of the world's most quake-prone zones. Unlike the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, which killed around 226,000 people, this tsunami is expected to be smaller but may be very deadly as it would hit Sumatra's densely populated coast.

Achenese men walk amid the debris of their devastated houses following the 2004 tsunami at a housing complex in Kajhu on the outskirts of Banda Aceh, in this April 3, 2005 file photo. A massive undersea earthquake is long overdue beneath the Mentawai islands in Indonesia and could trigger another deadly tsunami, say scientists mapping one of the world’s most quake-prone zones. Unlike the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, which killed around 226,000 people, this tsunami is expected to be smaller but may be very deadly as it would hit Sumatra’s densely populated coast.

A view of the damage near Baiturrahman mosque in tsunami-hit Banda Aceh is seen in this December 27, 2004 file photo. On December 26, 2004, a magnitude 9.15 quake off the coast of Indonesia's Aceh province triggered an Indian Ocean tsunami that killed around 226,000 people in Indonesia, Sri Lanka, India, Thailand and nine other countries.

An Indonesian soldier burns debris outside the Grand Mosque in Banda Aceh after the city was devastated by Sunday's quake-triggered tidal wave in this December 31, 2004 file photo. For two of Asia's longest-running insurgencies, the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami offered a chance for peace in each. In Indonesia's Aceh, one of the worst calamities in history led to a historic peace agreement, and the former rebels are now in power in a province once under military rule.

A combination photo shows (top) bodies of tsunami victims floating in the water near the city port of Banda Aceh, December 29, 2004, and (bottom) a view of the same area, December 3, 2009. Though confusion sometimes reigned among many aid groups with varying agendas, they built more than 140,000 homes, 1,700 schools, 996 government buildings, 36 airports and seaports, 3,800 houses of worship, 363 bridges and 3,700 km of road, according to Indonesian reconstruction agency (BRR) data. Pictures taken December 29, 2004 and December 3, 2009.

A combination photo shows (top) bodies of tsunami victims floating in the water near the city port of Banda Aceh, December 29, 2004, and (bottom) a view of the same area, December 3, 2009. Though confusion sometimes reigned among many aid groups with varying agendas, they built more than 140,000 homes, 1,700 schools, 996 government buildings, 36 airports and seaports, 3,800 houses of worship, 363 bridges and 3,700 km of road, according to Indonesian reconstruction agency (BRR) data. Pictures taken December 29, 2004 and December 3, 2009.

The bodies of victims of the December 26, 2004 tsunami which hit the Indonesian city of Banda Aceh are seen in this December 27, 2004 file photo. On Boxing Day in 2004, a magnitude 9.15 quake off the coast of Indonesia's Aceh province triggered an Indian Ocean tsunami that killed around 226,000 people in Indonesia, Sri Lanka, India, Thailand and nine other countries.

An aerial view shows the Baiturrahim mosque in Meulaboh town after a massive earthquake and tsunami destroyed the town in this January 1, 2005 file photo. On December 26, 2004, a magnitude 9.15 quake off the coast of Indonesia's Aceh province triggered an Indian Ocean tsunami that killed around 226,000 people in Indonesia, Sri Lanka, India, Thailand and nine other countries.

An aerial view shows the Baiturrahim mosque in Meulaboh town after a massive earthquake and tsunami destroyed the town in this January 1, 2005 file photo. On December 26, 2004, a magnitude 9.15 quake off the coast of Indonesia’s Aceh province triggered an Indian Ocean tsunami that killed around 226,000 people in Indonesia, Sri Lanka, India, Thailand and nine other countries.

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  1. Sayu hati melihat masjid BaitulRahman yang tersergam sebagai simbul kekuasaan yang maha esa dan maha agung ini.

    Masjid yang melihat laut, bumi dan isi alam di Banda Acheh ini sedari ia digelar serambi Mekah dengan keagongan penyibaran ilmu dirantau nusantara kepulauan melayu ini, dengan melahirkan anak bangsa mendalami agama, bermula dengan hukum hingga bisa menterjemahkan Islam dan kesyumulanya cukup adil dan indah, dan Acheh inilah telah memulakanya diatas bumi kepulauan sebuah negara yang rakyat hampir seluruhnya penganut Islam.
    BaitulRahman rupanya sudah lama menangis. BaitulRahman tidak pernah tidur sama seperti rakyat Acheh yang tidakmau tidur lagi, kerana arus pembangunan dan populasi rakyat yang menyemarakan bumi Acheh bagaikan meminggirkan laongan BaitulRahman setiap waktu untuk mengajak rakyat datang mengadap Allah yang maha besar.

    Rupanya BaitulRahman sudah lama meraong melihat anaknegeri ramai yang benci dengan laongannya. Mereka hina BaitulRahman didepan matanya. Mereka berkumpul, mereka bertemu, berintraksi satu sama lain tanpa batas tanpa peduli pada hukum yang dahulunya setiap waktu berkumandang dalam perut BaitulRahman.

    Petang itu selepas a’sar gejolak dada BaitulRahman begitu kencang sekali. Nafas dan suara BaitulRahman bagaikan tersekat, macam ada sesuatu lendir yang menghalang kerongkong BaitulRahman. Dikejauhan permukaan air BaitulRahman nampak satu garisan putih yang cukup panjang. Garisan itu bagaikan berlari mengejar pantai. Aduh!! BaitulRahman adalah makhluk pertama yang nampak dengan jelas, ada segunung ombak sedang menghampiri pantai dihadapan halamannya ini.

    BaitulRahman mengunakan keupayaan dan kekuatannya suaranya melaong kalimah Allahuakbar! berulang2 sedangkan pada waktu itu bukan waktunya dia harus melaong.

    Anaknegeri dipesisiran pantai tidak berganjak dan tidak langsung menoleh atau peduli pada BaitulRahman. Mereka begitu asyek tersirna pada chahaya petang, melonjak2 gembira bila nampak garisan putih keemasan dipantul mentari ditengah tengah lautan bagaikan melambai2 anaknegeri supaya menunggu kedatangannya.

    Eah!!eah!!eah..anaknegeri sehati berdansa mengikut tempo minicompo lagu dangdut Acheh yang cukup popular ketika itu. Pria dan cewek nona berfesyen menjolok mata, terlonjak lonjak, terkekeh kekeh ketawa bila diusik pria.

    Tiba2 terdengar suara dari speaker semua minicompo menjerit “Lari! Lari! ombak besar! ombak besar! Bila menoleh kelaut kelihatan ada gunung air yang mulutnya panjang ternganga luas bagai gergasi yang mahu menelan mangsa.
    Burrr!!!!gedebum!!!syerrr!!!!gemuruh suara air menelan mangsa menobruk BaitulRahman dan membawa semua yang ada sambil menelan kesuluruhan Banda Acheh.

    BaitulRahman menangis meraong, dia bagaikan bersalah kerana gagal menyelamat anaknegeri dari petaka. BaitulRahman kecewa dia bukan makhluk yang berupaya untuk berkata kata dengan tuhan untuk merayu supaya tuhan menangguhkan bala besar ini keatas negerinya. Walupun begitu dia berterima kasih kepada tuhan kerana tuhan tidak membinasakannya, dia masih tertegak disekeliling kemusnahan yang membingungkannya sampai bila2.

    Dalam kemurungan kehibaan, BaitulRahman maseh berharap pada saki baki anaknegeri yang ada. BaitulRahman telah menyimpan hasrat dan cita2. Acheh akan kembali kepada kegemilangannya.

  2. I really like your blog.. very nice colors & theme. Did you create this website yourself
    or did you hire someone to do it for you? Plz answer back as I’m looking to construct my own blog and would like to know where u got this from. thank you


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