Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Jun 3, 2010

Mayat – Mayat Kekejaman Israel Sudah Tiba Di Istanbul

Ribuan Sambut Kepulangan Wira Turki…

Turkey's Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu (C), accompanied by Health Minister Recep Akdag (L), welcomes an activist, wounded when Israel seized a Turkish aid ship bound for Gaza, in an ambulance plane at the Etimesgut military airport in Ankara early June 3, 2010. Israel began expelling all activists seized during a raid on an aid convoy sailing to Gaza that has drawn international outrage and officials on Wednesday vowed to prevent any other ships from reaching the coastal territory. Israel had said it would deport 682 activists from more than 35 countries taken into custody after the maritime assault in which nine activists were killed on a Turkish vessel.

Turkey’s Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu (C), accompanied by Health Minister Recep Akdag (L), welcomes an activist, wounded when Israel seized a Turkish aid ship bound for Gaza, in an ambulance plane at the Etimesgut military airport in Ankara early June 3, 2010. Israel began expelling all activists seized during a raid on an aid convoy sailing to Gaza that has drawn international outrage and officials on Wednesday vowed to prevent any other ships from reaching the coastal territory. Israel had said it would deport 682 activists from more than 35 countries taken into custody after the maritime assault in which nine activists were killed on a Turkish vessel.

An activist, who was wounded when Israel seized a Turkish aid ship bound for Gaza, is taken to a hospital upon his arrival at Etimesgut Military Airport in Ankara early June 3, 2010. Israel began expelling all activists seized during the raid on the aid convoy that saw nine activists killed which drew international outrage and officials on Wednesday vowed to prevent any other ships from reaching the coastal territory.

An activist, who was wounded when Israel seized a Turkish aid ship bound for Gaza, is taken to a hospital upon his arrival at Etimesgut Military Airport in Ankara early June 3, 2010. Israel began expelling all activists seized during the raid on the aid convoy that saw nine activists killed which drew international outrage and officials on Wednesday vowed to prevent any other ships from reaching the coastal territory.

An activist, who was wounded when Israel seized a Turkish aid ship bound for Gaza, is taken to a hospital upon his arrival at Etimesgut Military Airport in Ankara early June 3, 2010. Israel began expelling all activists seized during the raid on the aid convoy that saw nine activists killed which drew international outrage and officials on Wednesday vowed to prevent any other ships from reaching the coastal territory.

An activist, who was wounded when Israel seized a Turkish aid ship bound for Gaza, is taken to a hospital upon his arrival at Etimesgut Military Airport in Ankara early June 3, 2010. Israel began expelling all activists seized during the raid on the aid convoy that saw nine activists killed which drew international outrage and officials on Wednesday vowed to prevent any other ships from reaching the coastal territory.

Friends and family members of Turkish activists who were deported by Israel two days after a deadly naval raid by Israeli forces in the Mediterranean Sea, wait at Ataturk Airport in Istanbul, Turkey,  early Thursday, June 3, 2010. Hundreds of the activists deported from Israel following a bloody raid by Israeli commandos on a pro-Palestinian flotilla returned to a hero's welcome in Turkey early Thursday.

Friends and family members of Turkish activists who were deported by Israel two days after a deadly naval raid by Israeli forces in the Mediterranean Sea, wait at Ataturk Airport in Istanbul, Turkey, early Thursday, June 3, 2010. Hundreds of the activists deported from Israel following a bloody raid by Israeli commandos on a pro-Palestinian flotilla returned to a hero’s welcome in Turkey early Thursday.

Friends and family members of Turkish activists who were deported by Israel two days after a deadly naval raid by Israeli forces in the Mediterranean Sea, wait at Ataturk Airport in Istanbul, Turkey,  early Thursday, June 3, 2010. Hundreds of the activists deported from Israel following a bloody raid by Israeli commandos on a pro-Palestinian flotilla returned to a hero's welcome in Turkey early Thursday.

An activist injured when Israel seized a Turkish aid ship bound for Gaza gestures as he arrives at a hospital in Ankara June 2, 2010. Israel began expelling all activists seized during a raid on an aid convoy sailing to Gaza that has drawn international outrage and officials on Wednesday vowed to prevent any other ships from reaching the coastal territory. Israel had said it would deport 682 activists from more than 35 countries taken into custody after the maritime assault in which nine activists were killed on a Turkish vessel.

An activist injured when Israel seized a Turkish aid ship bound for Gaza gestures as he arrives at a hospital in Ankara June 2, 2010. Israel began expelling all activists seized during a raid on an aid convoy sailing to Gaza that has drawn international outrage and officials on Wednesday vowed to prevent any other ships from reaching the coastal territory. Israel had said it would deport 682 activists from more than 35 countries taken into custody after the maritime assault in which nine activists were killed on a Turkish vessel.

An activist, who was wounded when Israel seized a Turkish aid ship bound for Gaza, is taken to a hospital upon his arrival at Etimesgut Military Airport in Ankara early June 3, 2010. Israel began expelling all activists seized during the raid on the aid convoy that saw nine activists killed which drew international outrage and officials on Wednesday vowed to prevent any other ships from reaching the coastal territory.

A girl holds a Palestinian flag during a protest against Israel, in Istanbul, Turkey, Wednesday, June 2, 2010. In a stunning reversal that illustrated the severity of the diplomatic fallout from its bloody raid on a Gaza-bound flotilla, Israel on Wednesday dropped plans to prosecute dozens of the captured pro-Palestinian activists, moving instead to deport all of them quickly.

A girl holds a Palestinian flag during a protest against Israel, in Istanbul, Turkey, Wednesday, June 2, 2010. In a stunning reversal that illustrated the severity of the diplomatic fallout from its bloody raid on a Gaza-bound flotilla, Israel on Wednesday dropped plans to prosecute dozens of the captured pro-Palestinian activists, moving instead to deport all of them quickly.

Demonstrators chant slogans as they wait for the Turkish activists expelled from Israel, at the airport in Istanbul, Turkey, early Thursday, June 3, 2010. In a stunning reversal that illustrated the severity of the diplomatic fallout from its bloody raid on a Gaza-bound flotilla, Israel on Wednesday dropped plans to prosecute dozens of the captured pro-Palestinian activists, moving instead to deport all of them quickly.

Demonstrators chant slogans waving Palestinian and Turkish flags  during a protest against Israel, in Istanbul, Turkey, Wednesday, June 2, 2010. Israel quickened the pace of expelling activists from a Gaza-bound flotilla on Wednesday as the diplomatic fallout from its deadly raid on the ships widened.

Demonstrators chant slogans waving Palestinian and Turkish flags during a protest against Israel, in Istanbul, Turkey, Wednesday, June 2, 2010. Israel quickened the pace of expelling activists from a Gaza-bound flotilla on Wednesday as the diplomatic fallout from its deadly raid on the ships widened.

Friends and family members of Turkish activists who were deported by Israel two days after a deadly naval raid by Israeli forces in the Mediterranean Sea,  set on fire an Israeli flag as they wait at Ataturk Airport in Istanbul, Turkey,  early Thursday, June 3, 2010. Hundreds of activists deported from Israel following a bloody raid by Israeli commandos on a pro-Palestinian flotilla returned to a hero's welcome in Turkey early Thursday.

Turks try to identify dead activists

ISTANBUL – An Islamic charity group that organized the aid flotilla to Gaza says its workers and relatives are trying identify nine bodies at an Istanbul morgue.

Turkish planes brought back hundreds of activists early Thursday following a bloody raid by Israeli commandos on a pro-Palestinian flotilla. The activists returned to a hero’s welcome with thousands of supporters chanting “God is Great!”

The IHH charity group says they are having difficulties in identifying five of the bodies. Four of them have been officially confirmed to be Turks.

Deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc welcomed them at the airport after Turkey pressured Israel to release the detainees, most of whom are Turkish. Others were from Arab countries, Europe and the United States.AP

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  1. Ya Allah wahai tuhan kami,

    Cucurilah rahmat ke atas roh para syuhada’
    yang telah gugur dalam perjuangan membatu
    saudara seagama kami di bumi Palestin.

    Berilah kekuatan dan kesabaran kepada
    kami dalam menempuh segala ujian dan
    mehnah ini.

    Ya Allah, Tuhan yang maha pemurah,
    selamatkanlah kami,
    dari segala kejahatan dan kecelakaan…

    • aslmkum,
      malam ni ada ceramah..
      nak pegi ikut???????

      sape nak pegi ikut ceramah.

      • Ini sahaja komen dari ulama umco?.

        Nampak Israil berjaya menawan hati ulama UMCO.

      • Hancurkanlah “SEKUTU-SEKUTU” Israel di bumi Malaysia ini Ya Allah…!!!

  2. Berikanlah setiap nyawa itu dengan syahid sekiranya ianya adalah islam Ya Allah…Takbirrr….Allahuakhbar!Setiap yang baik itu akan dibalas dengan kebaikan manakala setiap kejahatan itu hanya seksa yang sangat pedih balasannya nanti…itulah yang PASti…Takbirrrr..

  3. […] most of whom are Turkish. Others were from Arab countries, Europe and the United States.AP. ~ pinkturtle2 “DPP PUTRAJAYA – CUKUPLAH BERITA INI MEMBERI GAMBARAN…..DIMANAKAH TAHAP PEMIMPIN […]

  4. […] most of whom are Turkish. Others were from Arab countries, Europe and the United States.AP. ~ pinkturtle2 “DPP PUTRAJAYA – CUKUPLAH BERITA INI MEMBERI GAMBARAN…..DIMANAKAH TAHAP PEMIMPIN […]

  5. kalau kita bersekongkol dengan israel,maka kita pun sama macam yahudi juga,umat islam mesti bangun dari lena perang yahudi dan sekutunya,tak kira sekutunya dari kalangan orang islam,takbirrr.Allah Hu Akbar.


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