Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Februari 2, 2011

Terkini… Pergaduhan Terbesar Di Medan Tahrir,ramai cedera parah

11:20pm.. Gambar-Gambar Terkini Dari Kaherah, 5:20pm waktu Kaherah

Pro-government supporters of President Hosni Mubarak (L) clash with anti-government protesters in Tahrir square in Cairo February 2, 2011.

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Pro-government supporters of President Hosni Mubarak (L) clash with anti-government protesters in Tahrir square in Cairo February 2, 2011.

An anti-government protester on the ground is attacked by pro-government supporters of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak during a clash at Tahrir square in central Cairo February 2, 2011. Opponents and supporters of Mubarak fought with fists, stones and clubs in Cairo on Wednesday in what appeared to be a move by forces loyal to the Egyptian leader to end protests calling for him to quit.

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An anti-government protester on the ground is attacked by pro-government supporters of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak during a clash at Tahrir square in central Cairo February 2, 2011. Opponents and supporters of Mubarak fought with fists, stones and clubs in Cairo on Wednesday in what appeared to be a move by forces loyal to the Egyptian leader to end protests calling for him to quit.

Pro-government demonstrators, left, retreat with a wounded man, center, as they clash with anti-government demonstrators, right, next to the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir square in Cairo, Egypt Wednesday, Feb. 2, 2011.

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Pro-government demonstrators, left, retreat with a wounded man, center, as they clash with anti-government demonstrators, right, next to the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir square in Cairo, Egypt Wednesday, Feb. 2, 2011.

Pro-government supporters of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak (L) clash with anti-government protesters in Tahrir square in central Cairo February 2, 2011. Egypt's army denied firing any shots in Cairo's Tahrir Square, where pro- and anti-government protesters were clashing, state television said on Wednesday.

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Pro-government supporters of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak (L) clash with anti-government protesters in Tahrir square in central Cairo February 2, 2011. Egypt’s army denied firing any shots in Cairo’s Tahrir Square, where pro- and anti-government protesters were clashing, state television said on Wednesday.

Pro-government supporters of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak (L) clash with anti-government protesters in Tahrir square in central Cairo February 2, 2011. Egypt's army denied firing any shots in Cairo's Tahrir Square, where pro- and anti-government protesters were clashing, state television said on Wednesday.

Pro-government demonstrators, below, some riding camels and horses and armed with sticks, clash with anti-government demonstrators, above, in Tahrir square, the center of anti-government demonstrations, in Cairo, Egypt Wednesday, Feb. 2, 2011.

Pro-government demonstrators, below, surround a fallen horse and rider, as others, some riding camels and horses and armed with sticks, clash with anti-government demonstrators, above, in Tahrir square, the center of anti-government demonstrations, in Cairo, Egypt Wednesday, Feb. 2, 2011.

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Pro-government demonstrators, below, some riding camels and horses and armed with sticks, clash with anti-government demonstrators, above, in Tahrir square, the center of anti-government demonstrations, in Cairo, Egypt Wednesday, Feb. 2, 2011.

Supporters of President Hosni Mubarak, riding camels and horses, fight with anti-Mubarak protesters in Cairo, Egypt, Wednesday, Feb. 2, 2011. Several thousand supporters of President Hosni Mubarak, including some riding horses and camels and wielding whips, clashed with anti-government protesters Wednesday as Egypt's upheaval took a dangerous new turn.

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Supporters of President Hosni Mubarak, riding camels and horses, fight with anti-Mubarak protesters in Cairo, Egypt, Wednesday, Feb. 2, 2011. Several thousand supporters of President Hosni Mubarak, including some riding horses and camels and wielding whips, clashed with anti-government protesters Wednesday as Egypt’s upheaval took a dangerous new turn.

A supporter of President Hosni Mubarak, on camel, fights with anti-Mubarak protesters in Cairo, Egypt, Wednesday, Feb. 2, 2011. Several thousand supporters of President Hosni Mubarak, including some riding horses and camels and wielding whips, clashed with anti-government protesters Wednesday as Egypt's upheaval took a dangerous new turn.

CAIRO, EGYPT - FEBRUARY 02:  An anti-government protestor fights with a pro President Mubarak supporter during clashes in a building site next to Tahrir Square on February 2, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt. Anti-government protestors continue to occupy Tahrir Square in downtown Cairo after President Mubarak announced that he would not run for another term in office but stay in power until elections later this year.

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CAIRO, EGYPT – FEBRUARY 02: An anti-government protestor fights with a pro President Mubarak supporter during clashes in a building site next to Tahrir Square on February 2, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt. Anti-government protestors continue to occupy Tahrir Square in downtown Cairo after President Mubarak announced that he would not run for another term in office but stay in power until elections later this year.

Demonstrators hurl stones in Cairo's main square, Egypt, Wednesday, Feb. 2, 2011. Several thousand supporters of President Hosni Mubarak, including some riding horses and camels and wielding whips, clashed with anti-government protesters Wednesday as Egypt's upheaval took a dangerous new turn.

Anti-government demonstrators carry an injured man during clashes with supporters of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak in Tahrir Square in Cairo February 2, 2011. Opponents and supporters of Mubarak fought with fists, stones and clubs in Cairo on Wednesday in what appeared to be a move by forces loyal to the Egyptian leader to end protests calling for him to quit.

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Anti-government demonstrators carry an injured man during clashes with supporters of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak in Tahrir Square in Cairo February 2, 2011. Opponents and supporters of Mubarak fought with fists, stones and clubs in Cairo on Wednesday in what appeared to be a move by forces loyal to the Egyptian leader to end protests calling for him to quit.

CAIRO, EGYPT - FEBRUARY 02:  A wounded Egyptian man is brought away from front lines during a clash between pro- and anti-Mubarek protesters February 2, 2011 in Tahrir Square in Cairo, Egypt. Yesterday President Mubarak announced that he would not run for another term in office, but would stay in power until elections later this year. Thousands of supporters of Egypt's long-time president and opponents of the regime clashed then today in Tahrir Square, throwing rocks and fighting with improvised weapons.

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CAIRO, EGYPT – FEBRUARY 02: A wounded Egyptian man is brought away from front lines during a clash between pro- and anti-Mubarek protesters February 2, 2011 in Tahrir Square in Cairo, Egypt. Yesterday President Mubarak announced that he would not run for another term in office, but would stay in power until elections later this year. Thousands of supporters of Egypt’s long-time president and opponents of the regime clashed then today in Tahrir Square, throwing rocks and fighting with improvised weapons.

Pro-government demonstrators, some riding camels and horses and armed with sticks, clash with anti-government demonstrators in Tahrir square, the center of anti-government demonstrations, in Cairo, Egypt Wednesday, Feb. 2, 2011.

CAIRO, EGYPT - FEBRUARY 02:  Anti-government protestors carry an injured man after clashes with supporters of President Mubarak in Tahrir Square on February 2, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt. Anti-government protestors continue to occupy Tahrir Square in downtown Cairo after President Mubarak announced that he would not run for another term in office but stay in power until elections later this year.

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CAIRO, EGYPT – FEBRUARY 02: Anti-government protestors carry an injured man after clashes with supporters of President Mubarak in Tahrir Square on February 2, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt. Anti-government protestors continue to occupy Tahrir Square in downtown Cairo after President Mubarak announced that he would not run for another term in office but stay in power until elections later this year.

An anti-government protester falls as pro-government supporters of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak clash with anti-Mubarak supporters occupying Tahrir square in central Cairo February 2, 2011. Opponents and supporters of Mubarak fought with fists, stones and clubs in Cairo on Wednesday in what appeared to be a move by forces loyal to the Egyptian leader to end protests calling for him to quit.

Supporters of the President Hosni Mubarak (top) and anti-government demonstrators clash in Tahrir Square in Cairo February 2, 2011.

CAIRO, EGYPT - FEBRUARY 02:  An anti-government protestor holds a cloth to his head injury after clashes with supporters of President Mubarak in Tahrir Square on February 2, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt. Anti-government protestors continue to occupy Tahrir Square in downtown Cairo after President Mubarak announced that he would not run for another term in office but stay in power until elections later this year.

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CAIRO, EGYPT – FEBRUARY 02: An anti-government protestor holds a cloth to his head injury after clashes with supporters of President Mubarak in Tahrir Square on February 2, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt. Anti-government protestors continue to occupy Tahrir Square in downtown Cairo after President Mubarak announced that he would not run for another term in office but stay in power until elections later this year.

Demonstrators, one wounded, rush away from Cairo's main square, Egypt, Wednesday, Feb.2, 2011. Several thousand supporters of President Hosni Mubarak, including some riding horses and camels and wielding whips, clashed with  anti-government protesters Wednesday as Egypt's upheaval took a dangerous new turn.

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Demonstrators, one wounded, rush away from Cairo’s main square, Egypt, Wednesday, Feb.2, 2011. Several thousand supporters of President Hosni Mubarak, including some riding horses and camels and wielding whips, clashed with anti-government protesters Wednesday as Egypt’s upheaval took a dangerous new turn.

Injured anti-Mubarak protesters bleed following clashes with his supporters in Cairo, Egypt, Wednesday, Feb.2, 2011. Several thousand supporters of President Hosni Mubarak, including some riding horses and camels and wielding whips, clashed with anti-government protesters Wednesday as Egypt's upheaval took a dangerous new turn.

Anti-government demonstrators carry an injured man during clashes with supporters of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak at Tahrir Square in Cairo February 2, 2011. Opponents and supporters of Mubarak fought with fists, stones and clubs in Cairo on Wednesday in what appeared to be a move by forces loyal to the Egyptian leader to end protests calling for him to quit.

An injured demonstrator is helped during rioting between pro and anti-Mubarak supporters at Tahrir Square in Cairo February 2, 2011. Opponents and supporters of Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak fought with fists, stones and clubs in Cairo on Wednesday in what appeared to be a move by forces loyal to the Egyptian leader to end protests calling for him to quit.

CAIRO, EGYPT - FEBRUARY 02:  Anti-government protestors surround a supporter of President Mubarak after he was beaten in Tahrir Square on February 2, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt. Yesterday President Hosni Mubarak announced that he would not run for another term in office, but would stay in power until elections later this year. Thousands of supporters of Egypt's longtime president and opponents of the regime clashed in Tahrir Square, throwing rocks and fighting with improvised weapons.

CAIRO, EGYPT - FEBRUARY 02:  Anti-government protestors place broken paving stones on an Egyptian flag to throw at supporters of President Mubarak in Tahrir Square on February 2, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt. Yesterday President Hosni Mubarak announced that he would not run for another term in office, but would stay in power until elections later this year. Thousands of supporters of Egypt's longtime president and opponents of the regime clashed in Tahrir Square, throwing rocks and fighting with improvised weapons.

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CAIRO, EGYPT – FEBRUARY 02: Anti-government protestors place broken paving stones on an Egyptian flag to throw at supporters of President Mubarak in Tahrir Square on February 2, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt. Yesterday President Hosni Mubarak announced that he would not run for another term in office, but would stay in power until elections later this year. Thousands of supporters of Egypt’s longtime president and opponents of the regime clashed in Tahrir Square, throwing rocks and fighting with improvised weapons.

Supporters of embattled Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak hurl stones at opposition protestors (unseen) during clashes in Cairo's Tahrir square on February 02, 2011.

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Supporters of embattled Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak hurl stones at opposition protestors (unseen) during clashes in Cairo’s Tahrir square on February 02, 2011.

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Protesters, Mubarak supporters fight in Cairo square

CAIRO (Reuters) – Opponents and supporters of President Hosni Mubarak fought with fists, stones and clubs in Cairo on Wednesday in what appeared to be a move by forces loyal to the Egyptian leader to end protests calling for him to quit.

Protesters said some of the Mubarak supporters were members of the hated police force in plain clothes. Some rode into the crowd on horses and camels and in carriages, wielding whips and sticks.

People fought while troops surrounding the vast Tahrir (Liberation) Square made no attempt to intervene. Reuters correspondents saw dozens of injured. Many people fled in panic.

Anti-Mubarak protesters said they would not leave the square until Mubarak quits.

Khalil, a man in his 60s holding a stick, blamed Mubarak supporters and undercover security men for the clashes.

“But we will not leave,” he told Reuters. “Everybody stay put.”

The Interior Ministry denied police were involved.

The fighting broke out as international pressure grew on Mubarak to quit and his closest ally, the United States, told him bluntly that a political transition must begin immediately.

After Mubarak went on national television on Tuesday night to say he would not stand in elections scheduled for September, the armed forces said the protesters’ demands had been heard and it was time for them to clear the streets.

Soon after several hundred pro-Mubarak supporters entered Tahrir (Liberation) Square, where a few thousand protesters had gathered, and the clashes broke out, witnesses said.

Opposition figurehead Mohammed ElBaradei, a Nobel Peace laureate, accused the government of using “scare tactics.”

“This is yet another symptom, or another indication, of a criminal regime using criminal acts,” ElBaradei told the BBC.

It was the ninth day of protests that broke out last week as public frustration with corruption, oppression and economic hardship under 30 years of rule by Mubarak boiled over.

An opposition coalition, which includes Islamist organization the Muslim Brotherhood, responded to the army warning by calling for more protests.

It said it would only negotiate with Vice President Omar Suleiman, a former intelligence chief appointed by Mubarak at the weekend, once Mubarak stepped down.

Mubarak’s offer to leave in September was his latest gambit in the crisis. At the weekend he reshuffled his cabinet and promised reform but it was not enough for protesters.

One million people took to the streets of Egyptian cities on Tuesday calling for him to quit.

Wednesday’s violence was the worst in the crisis since Friday, when police and protesters fought running street battles. At least 140 people are estimated to have been killed so far.Reuters

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Chaos in Cairo as Mubarak backers, opponents clash

By HADEEL AL-SHALCHI and SARAH EL DEEB, Associated Press Hadeel Al-shalchi And Sarah El Deeb, Associated Press 49 mins ago

CAIRO – Several thousand supporters of President Hosni Mubarak, including some riding horses and camels and wielding whips, attacked anti-government protesters Wednesday as Egypt’s upheaval took a dangerous new turn. In scenes of chaos and pitched fighting, the two sides pelted each other with stones, and protesters dragged attackers off their horses.

The turmoil was the first significant violence between supporters of the two camps in more than a week of anti-government protests. It erupted after Mubarak went on national television the night before and rejected demands he step down immediately and said he would serve out the remaining seven months of his term.

A military spokesman appeared on state TV Wednesday and asked the protesters to disperse so life in Egypt could get back to normal. The announcement could mark a major turn in the attitude of the army, which for the past two days has allowed protests to swell, reaching their largest size yet on Tuesday when a quarter-million peacefully packed into Cairo’s central Tahrir Square.

Nearly 10,000 protesters massed again in Tahrir on Wednesday morning, rejecting Mubarak’s speech as too little too late and renewing their demands he leave immediately.

In the early afternoon Wednesday, around 3,000 Mubarak supporters break through a human chain of anti-government protesters trying to defend thousands gathered in Tahrir, according to an Associated Press reporter at the scene.

Chaos erupted as they tore down banners denouncing the president. Fistfights broke out as they advanced across the massive square in the heart of the capital. The anti-government protesters grabbed Mubarak posters from the hands of the supporters and ripped them.

From there it escalated into outright street battles. The two sides tore up stones from the street and from a nearby construction site and began hurling stones, chunks of concrete and sticks at each, chasing each other as the protesters’ human chains moved back to try to shield the larger mass of demonstrators at the plaza’s center.

At one point, a small contingent of pro-Mubarak forces on horseback and camels rushed into the anti-Mubarak crowds, swinging whips and sticks to beat people. Protesters retaliated, dragging some from their mounts, throwing them to the ground and beating their faces bloody. The horses and camels likely were the ones used by touts giving rides for tourists.AP

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Mesir: Pelajar Malaysia berkomunikasi guna Facebook, blog

02/02/2011 10:24pm

KUALA LUMPUR 2 Feb. — Pelajar Malaysia yang terperangkap di Mesir menggunakan aplikasi internet seperti Facebook dan blog untuk menghebahkan tentang keadaan mereka dan berhubung antara satu sama lain.

Salah satu laman Facebook yang telah dicipta oleh pelajar ialah “Selamatkan Pelajar Dan Rakyat Malaysia Di Mesir” dan blog yang boleh dilayari di http://krisismesirnasibrakyatkita.blogspot.com.

Laman sosial Facebook dan blog tersebut diilhamkan sendiri pelajar di samping mereka menubuhkan Skuad Jawatankuasa Perhubungan Sementara Pelajar Mesir dan Malaysia.

Status terbaru di laman Facebook itu meminta pelajar yang telah selamat sampai di Malaysia atau berlindung di mana-mana negara jiran agar melaporkan keadaan mereka.

Facebook itu juga melaporkan terdapat lebih kurang 20 orang pelajar Malaysia telah selamat sampai di Lapangan Terbang Antarabangsa Kuala Lumpur (KLIA) sekitar jam 2 petang tadi melalui penerbangan Gulf Air.

Laman itu juga memaklumkan bahawa dua orang pelajar Malaysia berjaya menaiki kapal terbang dari Lapangan Terbang Alex menggunakan Kuwait Airways hari ini.

Sehingga jam 7 malam tadi, laman tersebut setakat ini telah mengumpul 46,540 pengikut yang ada antara mereka mempunyai saudara, rakan atau ahli keluarga di Mesir. — Bernama

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Lebih 7,000 pelajar kita di Mesir berjaya hubungi – KPT

02/02/2011 8:57pm

KUALA LUMPUR 2 Feb. — Kementerian Pengajian Tinggi setakat ini berjaya menghubungi lebih 7,000 daripada 11,319 pelajar Malaysia yang menuntut di Mesir dan kesemua mereka kini berada dalam keadaan selamat serta terkawal.

Menterinya, Datuk Seri Khaled Nordin berkata baki pelajar lain yang tidak dapat dihubungi merupakan pelajar dalam bidang pengajian Islam dan tinggal di Mesir antara lima dan lapan tahun.

“Kita tidak dapat menghubungi mereka kerana kebanyakan mereka tidak berdaftar… yang pelajar perubatan kita tahu kerana sebahagian besarnya ditaja,” katanya dalam sidang media selepas melancarkan Biasiswa Endowmen Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) di sini hari ini.

Sehubungan itu, beliau meminta ibu bapa dan keluarga para pelajar supaya menghubungi pegawai-pegawai kementerian untuk membantu usaha menyelamatkan anak-anak mereka.

Mereka boleh menghubungi Pemangku Ketua Pegarah Jabatan Pengajian Tinggi Malaysia, Prof. Dr Rujhan Mustafa melalui talian 019-270 8222, Pengarah Bahagian Pemasaran Pendidikan Dr Syed Alwee Shekh Alsagoff (019-752 0672) dan Ketua Penolong Pengarah Kanan Unit Jabatan Penuntut Malaysia di talian 012-931 6172. — Bernama

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