Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Januari 28, 2011

Puluhan Ribu Sertai Demonstrasi bantahan terhadap pemerintahan Mubarak

Egyptian Leading dissident and former UN nuclear watchdog Chief Mohamed ElBaradei (C) attends a demonstration after Friday noon prayer in Cairo on January 28, 2011 as Egyptians take to the streets demanding the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak, 82-years-old, who has held on to power for more than three decades.

Egyptian Leading dissident and former UN nuclear watchdog Chief Mohamed ElBaradei (C) attends a demonstration after Friday noon prayer in Cairo on January 28, 2011 as Egyptians take to the streets demanding the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak, 82-years-old, who has held on to power for more than three decades.

Egyptian anti-riot policemen clash with protesters in Cairo, Egypt, Friday, Jan. 28, 2011. The Egyptian capital Cairo was the scene of violent chaos Friday, when tens of thousands of anti-government protesters stoned and confronted police, who fired back with rubber bullets, tear gas and water cannons. It was a major escalation in what was already the biggest challenge to authoritarian President Hosni Mubarak's 30 year-rule.

Egyptian anti-riot policemen clash with protesters in Cairo, Egypt, Friday, Jan. 28, 2011. The Egyptian capital Cairo was the scene of violent chaos Friday, when tens of thousands of anti-government protesters stoned and confronted police, who fired back with rubber bullets, tear gas and water cannons. It was a major escalation in what was already the biggest challenge to authoritarian President Hosni Mubarak’s 30 year-rule.

Egyptian demonstrators protest in central Cairo to demand the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak and calling for reforms on January 25, 2011. Thousands of demonstrators took to the streets of Cairo, facing a massive police presence, to demand the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak in a protest inspired by Tunisia's popular uprising.

Egyptian anti-government activists chant slogans and hold a poster of the Egyptian resident Mubarak, with Arabic reading: "mercy mercy, you traitor to your people" as they protest in Cairo, Egypt, Friday, Jan. 28, 2011. The Egyptian capital Cairo was the scene of violent chaos Friday, when tens of thousands of anti-government protesters stoned and confronted police, who fired back with rubber bullets, tear gas and water cannons.

Egyptian anti-government activists chant slogans and hold a poster of the Egyptian resident Mubarak, with Arabic reading: “mercy mercy, you traitor to your people” as they protest in Cairo, Egypt, Friday, Jan. 28, 2011. The Egyptian capital Cairo was the scene of violent chaos Friday, when tens of thousands of anti-government protesters stoned and confronted police, who fired back with rubber bullets, tear gas and water cannons.

Egyptian demonstrators demanding the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak and calling for reforms face riot police in Cairo on January 26, 2011.

Egyptian demonstrators demanding the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak and calling for reforms shout slogans in Cairo on January 26, 2011. Placard in Arabic reads: 'Mr President Leave'.

Egyptian demonstrators perform the Friday noon prayer in front of riot police during a demonstration in Cairo on January 28, 2011, demanding the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak.

Egyptian demonstrators perform the Friday noon prayer in front of riot police during a demonstration in Cairo on January 28, 2011, demanding the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak.

Egyptian demonstrators confront riot police during a demonstration in Cairo on January 28, 2011, demanding the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak.

Egyptian anti-riot policemen fire tear gase at protesters in Cairo, Egypt, Friday, Jan. 28, 2011. The Egyptian capital Cairo was the scene of violent chaos Friday, when tens of thousands of anti-government protesters stoned and confronted police, who fired back with rubber bullets, tear gas and water cannons. It was a major escalation in what was already the biggest challenge to authoritarian President Hosni Mubarak's 30 year-rule. At center is a statue of famous Egyptian singer Oum Kalthoum.

Egyptian anti-riot policemen fire tear gase at protesters in Cairo, Egypt, Friday, Jan. 28, 2011. The Egyptian capital Cairo was the scene of violent chaos Friday, when tens of thousands of anti-government protesters stoned and confronted police, who fired back with rubber bullets, tear gas and water cannons. It was a major escalation in what was already the biggest challenge to authoritarian President Hosni Mubarak’s 30 year-rule. At center is a statue of famous Egyptian singer Oum Kalthoum.

Egyptian demonstrators confront riot police during a demonstration in Cairo on January 28, 2011, demanding the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak.

Egyptian demonstrators confront riot police during a demonstration in Cairo on January 28, 2011, demanding the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak.

Egyptian anti-riot police clash with antigovernment protesters in Cairo, Egypt, Friday, Jan. 28, 2011. Egypt's capital was the scene of violent chaos Friday as tens of thousands of anti-government protesters stoned and confronted police, who fired back with rubber bullets and tear gas - a major escalation in the biggest challenge to President Hosni Mubarak's 30-year rule.

CAIRO, EGYPT - JANUARY 28:  Locals pray in the street in front of The l-Istiqama Mosque watched by riot police in Giza on January 28, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt. Thousands of police are on the streets of the capital and hundreds of arrests have been made in an attempt to quell anti-government demonstrations.

CAIRO, EGYPT – JANUARY 28: Locals pray in the street in front of The l-Istiqama Mosque watched by riot police in Giza on January 28, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt. Thousands of police are on the streets of the capital and hundreds of arrests have been made in an attempt to quell anti-government demonstrations.

CAIRO, EGYPT - JANUARY 28:  Locals pray in the street in front of The l-Istiqama Mosque watched by riot police in Giza on January 28, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt. Thousands of police are on the streets of the capital and hundreds of arrests have been made in an attempt to quell anti-government demonstrations.

CAIRO, EGYPT - JANUARY 28:  Riot police force protestors back across the Kasr Al Nile Bridge as they attempt to get into Tahrir Square on January 28, 2011 in downtown Cairo, Egypt. Thousands of police are on the streets of the capital and hundreds of arrests have been made in an attempt to quell anti-government demonstrations.

CAIRO, EGYPT – JANUARY 28: Riot police force protestors back across the Kasr Al Nile Bridge as they attempt to get into Tahrir Square on January 28, 2011 in downtown Cairo, Egypt. Thousands of police are on the streets of the capital and hundreds of arrests have been made in an attempt to quell anti-government demonstrations.

CAIRO, EGYPT - JANUARY 28:  Riot police force protestors back across the Kasr Al Nile Bridge as they attempt to get into Tahrir Square on January 28, 2011 in downtown Cairo, Egypt. Thousands of police are on the streets of the capital and hundreds of arrests have been made in an attempt to quell anti-government demonstrations.

CAIRO, EGYPT - JANUARY 28:  Riot police fire water cannons at protestors attempting to cross the Kasr Al Nile Bridge on January 28, 2011 in downtown  Cairo, Egypt. Thousands of police are on the streets of the capital and hundreds of arrests have been made in an attempt to quell anti-government demonstrations.

Egyptian demonstrators confront riot police during demonstrations in Cairo on January 28, 2011, demanding the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak.

Egyptian demonstrators confront riot police during demonstrations in Cairo on January 28, 2011, demanding the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak.

Egyptian demonstrators confront riot police during demonstrations in Cairo on January 28, 2011, demanding the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak.

Egyptian demonstrators clash with Egyptian police in central Cairo during a protest to demand the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak and calling for reforms on January 25, 2011. Thousands of demonstrators took to the streets of Cairo, facing a massive police presence, to demand the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak in a protest inspired by Tunisia's popular uprising.

CAIRO, EGYPT - JANUARY 28:  Riot police face protestors on the Kasr Al Nile Bridge on January 28, 2011 in downtown Cairo, Egypt. Thousands of police are on the streets of the capital and hundreds of arrests have been made in an attempt to quell anti-government demonstrations.

CAIRO, EGYPT – JANUARY 28: Riot police face protestors on the Kasr Al Nile Bridge on January 28, 2011 in downtown Cairo, Egypt. Thousands of police are on the streets of the capital and hundreds of arrests have been made in an attempt to quell anti-government demonstrations.

Egyptian demonstrators pray in central Cairo during a protest to demand the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak and calling for reforms on January 25, 2011. Thousands of demonstrators took to the streets of Cairo, facing a massive police presence, to demand the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak in a protest inspired by Tunisia's popular uprising.

Egyptian demonstrators pray in central Cairo during a protest to demand the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak and calling for reforms on January 28, 2011. Thousands of demonstrators took to the streets of Cairo, facing a massive police presence, to demand the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak in a protest inspired by Tunisia’s popular uprising.

Demonstrasi bantahan terhadap pemerintahan Mubarak

Puluhan Ribu Rakyat Mesir Keluar Ke Jalan Raya Desak Hosni Mubarak Berambus

CAIRO (Reuters) – Police and demonstrators fought running battles on the streets of Cairo on Friday in a fourth day of unprecedented protests by tens of thousands of Egyptians demanding an end to President Hosni Mubarak’s three-decade rule.

Security forces fired rubber bullets, teargas and water cannon at protesters who hurled stones back at them and shouted “Down, Down, Hosni Mubarak,” witnesses said.

Anti-government activists had promised a “Day of Wrath” after Friday prayers in the country’s mosques and urged thousands of people to join in the demonstrations.

Police blanketed Cairo and blocked social networking communications in an effort to stifle the protests but the violence broke out soon after prayers finished.

The protesters, many of them young Egyptians embittered by unemployment, poverty, corruption and the lack of freedom under Mubarak, appear to be loosely organized with no figurehead.

Prominent activist Mohamed ElBaradei, a Nobel Peace Laureate who has called for an end to Mubarak’s rule, arrived in Egypt on Thursday. But after he joined prayers at a mosque in the Giza area, police blocked him from leaving the area.

The unrest is unprecedented in Mubarak’s rule in Egypt, where security services keep a tight grip on dissent. It was triggered by the overthrow two weeks ago of Tunisian President Zine al-Abidine Ben Al Ben Ali in a popular revolt which also inspired anti-government protests in Yemen and Algeria.

The events pose a quandary for the United States, which has professed its wish for democracy to spread across the Middle East. Mubarak, however, has been a close Washington ally for many years and the recipient of huge amounts of military aid.

In response to the protests, U.S. President Barack Obama said social and political reforms in Egypt were “absolutely critical.”

“Inflation has exhausted people. Prices of food, fuel, electricity, sugar are rising. The rich get richer and the poor poorer,” said a Cairo taxi-driver, declining to be named. “God knows what will happen today. After Tunisia anything is possible.”

Some protesters threw shoes at and stamped on posters of the president. But as the clashes intensified, police waded into the crowd with batons and fired volleys of teargas.

“Leave, leave, Mubarak, Mubarak, the plane awaits you,” people chanted.Reuters

Turkish Muslims carry portraits of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak on January 28, 2011 during a protest against his regime at Fatih Mosque in Istanbul.

“Leave, leave, Mubarak, Mubarak, the plane awaits you,”

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  1. ….suke ke negara kita ni jadi lagu tu? ya ampuuuuun! aku tak nak le sebab aku takut dengan najib dan rosmah. dia ada hisham, ada nazri, ada rais, ada zahid hamidi, ada peguam negara, ada hakim negara, ada jkr, ada jlkn/plkn, ada rela, ada polis tambahan, ada pengawal keselamatan dari pada india, bangla, neppal, indon, myanmar, vietnam, cina tibet, cina cina, cina sengkek, negro, pak arab, aku tak ada semua tu. aku cuma ada unte unte mesir, ada nasik kandaq, ada bt yg bodoh lagi bangang, ada abe2 ikut ceramah, gc, kk, abe esdi aaaw! tu je laaa! mana nak nampak kat jalanan mcm kat atas tu. sekali kena sekeh je tenggelam patak jik ke dalam perut bumi nuuuuuuuun dia!!!

    • depa bantah.
      depa pekik.

      orang utara tak kata.
      tejelir-jelir lidah.

      depa kata.
      tejolor-jolor lidah.
      depa sebut.
      tejoloq-joloq lidah.

      hang, jangan buka kamus pulak.
      sebab, kalau hang buka.
      hang bukang baca.
      hang salin pulak.

      sekadaq nak pjolor lah.

      • bro n sis……….

        admin blog nie punya la susah payah cari isu a/bangsa….isu global yg ada hubungkait langsung dan tak langsung dgn semua msyrakat dunia………
        isunya isu sejagat….menyentuh aspirasi dan kehendak yg sama dlm kelangsungan hidup seharian……..

        tapi sayang seribu kali sayang………
        bila medan untuk tajamkan minda sebegini….digunakan oleh budak-budak yg tak gheti mengulas…tak reti menulis…hanya gheti mengarut…hanya gheti mencarut….hanya saanya melalut lalut benda yg sama yg kata kk tak masuk bob……….

        amat malang laa medan forum yg disediakan….disalah gunakan dek tangan budak-budak yang cuba nak jadi balaci…yg cuba nak bersilat menepis bayang-bayang kebejatan establishment dan dlm masa yg sama turut menjadi pencacai tua tak sudah-sudah………….

        tak apa kalau nak menentang forumer lain pun……..tapi bagi laa berisi sikit……..ada hujjah mantap…….ada pembaharuan…..kan kita sedang menuju satu era reformasi…………

        era reformasi tidak akan berhenti bila sesebuah kerajaan bertukar……era reformasi akan terus hidup sekali pun ada pertukaran pemerintahan…..glombang reformasi terus berjalan……..dia akan menjadi penegur kpd era baru pulak………

        perubahan adalah elemen utama dlm memperbaiki sesuatu….terutama seluruh jentera kerajaan yg telah dirosakan…yg telah di jahanamkan sistemnya…..
        ia mengambil masa yg lama untuk baik pulih sekiranya ada teraju baru yg mengendalikan sesebuah negara itu…..

        jangan salah ertikan revolusi…seperti Revolusi Jasmine ini……
        kita tak berapa mau cara dan methoda revolusi macam tu……
        kita hanya mau reformasi…reformasi….reformasi………………
        bermula dari kita reform kita punya ‘mind set’ bagi betul………baru laa kita bertindak atas lunas undang-undang yg dibenarkan…….
        kita tidak mau dan samasekali tidak ingin cara-cara keganasan seperti yg berlaku dalam paparan di atas………..

        anjakan pemikiran mestinya merentasi daratan dan lautan……….
        macam orang pergi Mekah untuk ibadah Haji………terpaksa berkorban jiwa dan raga…..harta dan tenaga….kalu sekarang nak daftar tabung haji…jwbnya mati dulu laa baru boleh pergi……..daftar 2011….boleh pergi 2036……….
        begitu laa mesti ikhtiar atasi ngan cara lain…….
        matlamat baik mesti digarap secepat mungkin……….
        begitu laa adanya ngan trend reformasi ini………..segala kepayahan….kesulitan…tantangan…tribulasi…fitnah dan mehnah seiring jalan semaunya ditempuh………

        kalau takut dilambong awan………
        jngn naik kapal terbang……….
        baik saja jalan kaki ….dah tentu penat…..
        It’s now or never………..

        kah kah kah……………..

      • salam nasik kandaq.

        kita tahu hang.
        kalau kita tak tulih.
        hang mulalah melalut.
        kadang2 merapu.
        kadang2 keliru.
        kadang2 celaru.
        akhiqnya, kelabu.
        seropa kelabu, logo hang.

        isu global apa.
        kita ingat hang dah masuk keluaq uni kat canada.
        kita ingat hang nak buat comparative study.
        kita tunggu.
        tapi, tak dak apa.
        pon.

        abis abis, hang jadi.
        tukang setuju.
        dengan great chief.
        dengan Kucing Kota.

        mubarak suka sangat orang.
        seropa hang.

  2. ……budak tadika tu pler bute kulup bersepah. Sesekali dia nak kena cuci. Amik lama masa. Itu pasal sehari dua ni dia hilang. Itu pasal dia tak semaye. Ini bangsa keturunan thaipungkiaw mairuphang kin emai kin pai ha penyin pangliow pangsai dalam seluaq. Budak belum bersuci. Kotoq bau hancing busuk satu mcmlaa. Sape yang geng dia boleh tapi sanggupla jangkit kuman kulup. Kalau nak tulih biarlah berjenih sikitlah. Ini tulih benda2 yang tak kena mengena dengan tajuk cerita. Dulu, kini dan selamanya pun sama. Keghak keghak ghende buat baje kosmos amik buat baja pokok, pokok pun tak sir hidup. Mengaji takat alif ba ta haji mahmud, pler bute digigit semut…….wow wow wow!

    sekadaq nak budak tadika lah.

    • tu lah hang.

      hang tak banyak membaca.
      kalau hang baca pon.
      tak berbagai-bagai.
      kadang2 tak paham.

      hang, tau tak.
      kulup tu.
      ada uuuuummmphnya.

      tak tau.
      tanya nasik kandaq.
      dia seropa mubarak.
      dia tau semua.

      tak payak sekadaq-sekadaq dah.

      • Salam Mat sembab suka
        Chua Soi Lek pun suka
        Yang tak suka Che’gu Mala

        Tengok! satu posting yang dia masuk
        cua tengok berapa banyak dia punya komen.

        Dah la tu. Perangai sebijik macam otak Umno
        Umno kalau dia kata tak buat tu.lah sebenagnya dia buat
        Kalau dia kata harga minyak tak naik, tak lama lepaih tu
        harga minyak pun naik.

        Budak tongong ni kalau dia kata,
        sapa2 yang malaih membaca
        budak tongong makan taik ni lah
        yang tak membaca.

        Takkan komen macam budak gila ni..
        komen oghang yang membaca?…

        Sah! memang budak otak tak centre.

        Apa lagi dok tunggu ” Punchbag” dah masuk
        Belasah laa….

      • Salam Kucing Kota.

        Kita kena bagi salam kat hang.
        Hang dah mula tak suka pon, tak apa.
        Kerana.
        Di suatu ketika dulu.
        Hang dok peturun hadis hadis.
        Hang cut and paste, ayat2 Al Quran.
        Jadi hang ni, orang Islam.

        Orang Islam kena tunjuk contoh.
        Kena tulih, yang baik2.
        Kena balas, dengan baik.

        Jangan dok ikut pjolor dan si esdi.
        Kadang seropa orang Islam.
        Kadang tak seropa orang Islam.
        Seropa Mubarak lah.
        Negara tempat ilmu Islam.
        Presidennya perintah tak seropa Islam.

        Sampai bila hang tulih.
        “Punchbag” – beg tu yang hang tau.
        Makang taik-hang taulah, hang dok kat mangkuk jamban.
        Tak centre – seropa si esdi, kadang2 ok, kadang xok.

        Sekadaq nak tanya, hang sekarang.
        Tekebil-kebil atau tekunang-kunang.

      • Baca hadith, Tulih maksud ayat Quran dekat hang atau rebuih Quran, rebuih kitab hadith dekat hang ni bagi minum hari2 pun. Otak hang tetap reject. Pasai Aqidah UmngOk dah melekat kat kepala hang dah…..

        Kucing ingat hang ni masa beranak dulu. lepaih ja hang keluaq dari rahim mak hang, kemudian bidan terkejut, hang ada kembaq dengan sebilah kerih telanjang macam hang jugak….

        Ramai melayu yang beranak kembaq dengan kerih macam hang tak paham quran dan hadith.. takat baca dan dengaq sajaa….. Makhluk ni ada dimerata rata diseluroh Malaysia….

      • salam Kucing Kota.

        kalu gini lah, hang tulih.
        hang memang tak centre.
        hang punya centre of gravity.
        senget.
        seropa dengan si esdi.

        kalu gini lah, hang tulih.
        hang memang penghuni mangkuk.
        mangkuk tandas sepupu jamban.
        yang begelumang dengan xxxx.
        hang tau lah apa.

        kitsiang kat hang.

  3. salam..cmne ng student mlaysia kt mesir?

    • entah laaa…. sy pon tngah tnggu berita jugak….. risau laa sbb communication service kat mesir di hentikan….

      shabt2 sy rmai kat sne…. huuuuu.. mudah2 ALLAH melindungi mereka…

  4. …hang buka kamus tak budak tadika
    apa maknanya?: “thaipungkiaw mairuphang”.
    Aku kesian kat hang pasai ayat/bahasa tu tak
    dak dalam kamus dewan edisi ke 4.
    Lani aku nak habaq kat hang makna dia no:
    Maksudnya hang ni jenis manusia keturunan “siam perut hijau”
    darjat 4 (B): yang amat “bodoh, bangang, baghal dan bahlol”
    sama taraf dengan 3 (S): sempudal, senotol dan samdol.

    Ada gheti tak budak? lain kali kalau takdak isi crita hang jangan dok nak selit menyampuk. Pi basuh kulup tu mmolek.

    • oh pandai marah pulak.
      si esdi ni.
      kita ingatkan mr.
      ropa2nya si.
      orang perak lah, kata.
      ropa ropanye.

      kita baru kata.
      jangan makang nasik kandaq saddam.
      kat segambut.
      nanti jadi seropa saddam.
      sikit punya lagak.
      akhiq2nya sembunyi dalam lubang.

      hang kena jadi ahli politik.
      jangan jadi politiTIKUS.
      sebab TIKUS seropa saddam.
      suka sembunyi dalam lubang.

      hang dengan pjolor, sesukusesakatsekelabu.
      nak tulih mengenai kulup.
      tapi peranan kulup, hang tak tau.
      dalam kamus pon takdak.
      kena cari kat perpustakaan negara.

      si kelabu tu si esdi.
      Sekadaq si si saja.


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