Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Februari 3, 2011

Kaherah 2:30pm.. Keadaan Bertambah Tegang,Pergaduhan Berterusan.

Anti-government protesters throw rocks at pro-government protesters during clashes outside the National Museum near Tahrir square in Cairo February 3, 2011. Anti-government protesters and supporters of President Hosni Mubarak clashed on Thursday near a central Cairo square in a re-run of overnight violence that killed six and wounded more than 800 people.

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Anti-government protesters throw rocks at pro-government protesters during clashes outside the National Museum near Tahrir square in Cairo February 3, 2011. Anti-government protesters and supporters of President Hosni Mubarak clashed on Thursday near a central Cairo square in a re-run of overnight violence that killed six and wounded more than 800 people.

Opposition supporters throw stones at pro-Mubarak demonstrators in Tahrir Square in Cairo February 3, 2011. Anti-government protesters and supporters of President Hosni Mubarak clashed on Thursday near a central Cairo square in a re-run of overnight violence that killed six and wounded more than 800 people.

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Opposition supporters throw stones at pro-Mubarak demonstrators in Tahrir Square in Cairo February 3, 2011. Anti-government protesters and supporters of President Hosni Mubarak clashed on Thursday near a central Cairo square in a re-run of overnight violence that killed six and wounded more than 800 people.

Egyptian anti-government demonstrators battle pro-government opponents (background) on February 03, 2011 on the 10th day of protests calling for the ouster of embattled President Hosni Mubarak.

Egyptian anti-government demonstrators battle pro-government opponents (background) in Cairo's Tahrir square on February 03, 2011 on the 10th day of protests calling for the ouster of embattled President Hosni Mubarak.

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Egyptian anti and pro-government protesters clash on February 3, 2011 for the second day in central Cairo’s Tahrir Square where crowds had been gathering for the 10th day to call for the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak.

Egyptian anti and pro-government protesters clash on February 3, 2011 for the second day in central Cairo's Tahrir Square where crowds had been gathering for the 10th day to call for the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak.

Egyptian anti-government protesters carry sacs filled with stones to be thrown on supporters of President Hosni Mubarak during clashes on February 3, 2011 for the second day in central Cairo's Tahrir Square where crowds had been gathering for more than a week to call for the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak.

Egyptian anti-government protesters carry sacs filled with stones to be thrown on supporters of President Hosni Mubarak during clashes on February 3, 2011 for the second day in central Cairo’s Tahrir Square where crowds had been gathering for more than a week to call for the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak.

An Egyptian army tank is stationed next to pro-government protesters throwing stones at opponents on the other side (unseen) on February 3, 2011 for the second day in central Cairo's Tahrir Square where crowds had been gathering for the 10th day to call for the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak.

Egyptian protestors opposed to President Hosni Mubarak stand near army tanks on February 3, 2011 near Cairos central Tahrir square where crowds have gathered for days calling for the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak.

CAIRO, EGYPT - FEBRUARY 03:  A captured Egyptian man that anti-government protesters allege is a member of the Egyptian government security forces (R) waits as another is interrogated an ad hoc anti-government command center on February 3, 2011 in Tahrir Square in Cairo, Egypt. Anti-government Egyptian leaders questioned the man and several other suspected security officers, who were captured near Tahrir Square, allegedly trying to blend in with anti-government protesters. The standoff between anti- and pro-Mubarek factions in Egypt's central square continued after a day and night of violence in which hundreds were injured in clashes.

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CAIRO, EGYPT – FEBRUARY 03: A captured Egyptian man that anti-government protesters allege is a member of the Egyptian government security forces (R) waits as another is interrogated an ad hoc anti-government command center on February 3, 2011 in Tahrir Square in Cairo, Egypt. Anti-government Egyptian leaders questioned the man and several other suspected security officers, who were captured near Tahrir Square, allegedly trying to blend in with anti-government protesters. The standoff between anti- and pro-Mubarek factions in Egypt’s central square continued after a day and night of violence in which hundreds were injured in clashes.

CAIRO, EGYPT - FEBRUARY 03:  An Egyptian anti-government protester stands on a balcony over the front line between anti- and pro-Mubarek factions on the edge of Tahrir Square on February 3, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt. The standoff between anti- and pro-Mubarek factions in Egypt's central square continued after a day and night of violence in which hundreds were injured in clashes.
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CAIRO, EGYPT – FEBRUARY 03: An Egyptian anti-government protester stands on a balcony over the front line between anti- and pro-Mubarek factions on the edge of Tahrir Square on February 3, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt. The standoff between anti- and pro-Mubarek factions in Egypt’s central square continued after a day and night of violence in which hundreds were injured in clashes.

Barricaded anti-government protesters throw stones during clashes with pro-government protesters outside the National Museum near Tahrir square in Cairo February 3, 2011. Anti-government protesters and supporters of President Hosni Mubarak clashed on Thursday near a central Cairo square in a re-run of overnight violence that killed six and wounded more than 800 people.

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Barricaded anti-government protesters throw stones during clashes with pro-government protesters outside the National Museum near Tahrir square in Cairo February 3, 2011. Anti-government protesters and supporters of President Hosni Mubarak clashed on Thursday near a central Cairo square in a re-run of overnight violence that killed six and wounded more than 800 people.

Egyptian anti-government protesters pray while comrades behind them stand on a bus to protect them from regime loyalists during continuing protests on February 3, 2011 in central Cairo's Tahrir Square where crowds gathered for the 10th day to call for the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak.

Getty Images 22 minutes ago Egyptian anti-government protesters pray while comrades behind them stand on a bus to protect them from regime loyalists during continuing protests on February 3, 2011 in central Cairo’s Tahrir Square where crowds gathered for the 10th day to call for the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak. 

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Egyptian soldiers line up in front of anti-Mubarak supporters near Tahrir Square in Cairo February 3, 2011. Anti-government protesters and supporters of President Hosni Mubarak clashed on Thursday near a central Cairo square in a re-run of overnight violence that killed six and wounded more than 800 people.

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Egyptian soldiers line up in front of anti-Mubarak supporters near Tahrir Square in Cairo February 3, 2011. Anti-government protesters and supporters of President Hosni Mubarak clashed on Thursday near a central Cairo square in a re-run of overnight violence that killed six and wounded more than 800 people.

Army soldiers fire their rifles in the air as they try to contain protesters outside the National Museum near Tahrir square in Cairo February 3, 2011. Anti-government protesters and supporters of President Hosni Mubarak clashed on Thursday near a central Cairo square in a re-run of overnight violence that killed six and wounded more than 800 people.

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Army soldiers fire their rifles in the air as they try to contain protesters outside the National Museum near Tahrir square in Cairo February 3, 2011. Anti-government protesters and supporters of President Hosni Mubarak clashed on Thursday near a central Cairo square in a re-run of overnight violence that killed six and wounded more than 800 people.

Egyptian soldiers try to stop pro-government supporters from approaching their opponents in Cairo's Tahrir square on February 03, 2011 on the 10th day of protests calling for the ouster of embattled President Hosni Mubarak.

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Egyptian soldiers try to stop pro-government supporters from approaching their opponents in Cairo’s Tahrir square on February 03, 2011 on the 10th day of protests calling for the ouster of embattled President Hosni Mubarak.

Egyptian pro-government protesters, surrounded by neutral army troops, shout slogans and gesture at opponents hiding behind makeshift barricades during clashes on February 3, 2011 in central Cairo's Tahrir Square where crowds had been gathering for the 10th day to call for the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak.

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Egyptian pro-government protesters, surrounded by neutral army troops, shout slogans and gesture at opponents hiding behind makeshift barricades during clashes on February 3, 2011 in central Cairo’s Tahrir Square where crowds had been gathering for the 10th day to call for the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak.

Egyptian soldiers try to stop pro-government supporters from approaching their opponents in Cairo's Tahrir square on February 03, 2011 on the 10th day of protests calling for the ouster of embattled President Hosni Mubarak.

Egypt army moves to stop assault on protesters

By MAGGIE MICHAEL, Associated Press Maggie Michael, Associated Press 18 mins ago

CAIRO – Egyptian army tanks and soldiers cleared away pro-government rioters and deployed between them and protesters seeking the fall of President Hosni Mubarak, as the prime minister made an unprecedented apology Thursday for the assault by regime backers that turned central Cairo into a battle zone.

Prime Minister Ahmed Shafiq told state TV that the attack Wednesday on the anti-government protesters was a “blatant mistake” and promised to investigate who was behind it.

The protesters accuse the regime of organizing the assault, using paid thugs and policemen in civilian clothes, in an attempt to crush their movement. Government supporters charged central Tahrir Square Wednesday afternoon, sparking 15 hours of uncontrolled chaos, with the two sides battled with rocks, sticks, bottles and firebombs as soliders largely stood by without intervening.

The military began to move with muscle for the first time to stop the fighting early Thursday after a barrage of automatic gunfire hit the anti-government camp before dawn, killing at least three protesters in a serious escalation.

Four tanks cleared a highway overpass from which Mubarak supporters had hurled rocks and firebombs onto the protesters. Soldiers on the streets carrying rifles lined up between the two sides around 11 a.m. Several hundred other soldiers were moving toward the front line.

Thursday morning, more protesters streamed into the square, joining the thousands of defenders who spent the chilly night there, hunkered down against the thousands of government supporters in the surrounding streets.

A sense of victory ran through the protesters, even as they organized their ranks in the streets in case of a new assault. “Thank God, we managed to protect the whole area,” said Abdul-Rahman, a taxi driver who spent the night in the square. “We prevented the pro-Mubarak people from storming the streets leading to the square.” He refused to give his full name.

The apology by Shafiq, who was appointed by Mubarak over the weekend, was highly unusual from a leadership that rarely makes public admissions of a mistake. His promise to investigate who organized the attack came only hours after the Interior Ministry issued a denial that any of its police were involved.

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Egypt protesters stick to demands as Cairo battle rages

by Sara Hussein Sara Hussein 1 hr 3 mins ago

CAIRO (AFP) – Thousands of protesters demanding President Hosni Mubarak’s ouster stood their ground on Thursday against stone-throwing loyalists after Egypt’s revolt turned into a deadly battle for a central Cairo square.

On the 10th day of a popular uprising, the opposition National Coalition for Change rejected any talks with Mubarak’s regime before the veteran leader goes, spokesman Mohammed Abul Ghar told AFP.

State television said earlier that Vice President Omar Suleiman had opened a dialogue with “political parties and national forces,” although he himself has ruled out talks with the opposition until all protesters go home.

The health ministry, cited on the television, said five people were killed and 836 injured since Wednesday in running clashes for control of Tahrir Square, the focal point of the anti-Mubarak protests.

Around 50 army troops finally moved in to create a buffer zone early on Thursday between the warring protesters, but pro-regime militants later broke through the lines to hurl stones, correspondents at the scene said.

Tens of thousands of protesters have said they will go ahead with plans for a massive demonstration on Friday, their designated “departure day” for Mubarak.

As EU nations urged an immediate political transition to end the bloodshed and urged Cairo to bring the perpetrators of violence to justice, Prime Minister Ahmed Shafiq said the clashes would be investigated.

Dr Mohammed Ismail, at a makeshift clinic in another square next to Tahrir, said gunmen killed at least four of the anti-Mubarak protesters, with the shots allegedly fired by plainclothes police loyal to the creaking regime.

The gunfire came after backers of Mubarak stormed the Tahrir Square stronghold of anti-regime protesters on Wednesday afternoon.

The two sides fought battles with stones and Molotov cocktails through the night and into Thursday morning, with many of the square’s paving slabs torn up and broken into fist-sized projectiles.

Washington, which has repeatedly called for restraint, condemned the violence against “peaceful protesters” while UN chief Ban Ki-moon said the attacks on demonstrators were “unacceptable.”

US President Barack Obama has called for the transition from Mubarak’s three-decade-long rule to begin immediately after the veteran president announced late on Tuesday that he would not seek re-election in September.

But the Egyptian foreign ministry said such calls “sought to inflame the internal situation.”

Wounded 11-year-old Mohammed Ghozlan and his father Khaled were Thursday morning at a field clinic opposite the world-famous Egyptian Museum, having spent the night on the square.

“Don’t cry, don’t cry, you’re a hero,” Khaled tells his son, who has a gash on the side of his head requiring four stitches.

Protesters have erected corrugated iron and rubbish barricades on streets leading into the square, where thousands spent a chilly night, sleeping, chanting, throwing stones and nursing wounds.

Soldiers deployed around the square have retreated into their tanks and armoured personnel carriers, after a hail of rocks rained down on them for hours on Wednesday.

One in 10 people have some kind of visible injury, an AFP correspondent said, with volunteers distributing food and clothing to the exhausted protesters.

Citizens have built an improvised 10-foot (over two metre) high stone-throwing catapult out of planks and a crate.

With the casualty toll shooting up, the US State Department issued a stark travel warning for citizens in Egypt, urging those who want to leave to “immediately” head for the airport, adding that any delay was “not advisable.”

From early Wednesday afternoon until well into the night, regime supporters and opponents threw stones and battled with sticks and fists in Tahrir Square, the epicentre of protests that have sent shockwaves around the Arab world.

A hard core of tens of thousands of anti-regime protesters had remained at Tahrir Square through the night, angry at the 82-year-old’s refusal to step down immediately in line with the demands of opposition leaders.

Both sides continued throwing rocks and skirmishing into the night, with army and civilian ambulances taking the wounded away.

Anti-regime protesters stopped handing over pro-Mubarak militants to the army as they said they were just being released. Instead, they kept some 30 of those they captured at an improvised prison in a metro station.

The captives were badly beaten, an AFP correspondent reported.

Several foreign journalists have also became the target of violent attacks, a media watchdog and news organisations said, apparently on charges of fuelling the uprising with their coverage.

Correspondents, photographers and cameramen reporting on the fierce clashes in Tahrir Square said that the Mubarak supporters were hostile to the press.

As many as 300 people may have been killed in Egypt’s anti-government unrest which erupted on January 25, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay said on Tuesday.

Security and medical sources in Egypt said on Monday at least 102 people had been killed in clashes between demonstrators and police before policemen were ordered to stand down last weekend.

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TUDM masih tunggu kelulusan Arab Saudi untuk masuk ke Jeddah

03/02/2011 9:37pm

ABU DHABI 3 Feb. – Pasukan Tentera Udara Diraja Malaysia (TUDM) yang kini berada di Lapangan Terbang Antarabangsa Abu Dhabi, masih menunggu kelulusan daripada kerajaan Arab Saudi untuk masuk ke Jeddah, kata Timbalan Komander misi menyelamat, Kolonel Dzulkarnain Ahmad.

Pasukan itu yang berlepas dengan tiga buah pesawat C130 Hercules dari Pangkalan TUDM Subang pada pukul 9.30 malam semalam, tiba di Abu Dhabi kira-kira pukul 12 tengah hari, waktu Malaysia.

Misi itu disertai 180 orang terdiri daripada 150 anggota tentera dan selebihnya ialah wakil dari Majlis Keselamatan Negara (MKN), pegawai Wisma Putra, media dan Lembaga Urusan Tabung Haji.

Misi berkenaan turut membawa bekalan makanan dan akan membawa keluar rakyat Malaysia dari Kaherah, Mesir untuk dibawa ke Jeddah.

Ia dilancarkan berikutan pergolakan politik di Mesir yang menimbulkan keadaan huru-hara kerana berlakunya demonstrasi jalanan selain rusuhan oleh rakyat negara itu.

Dilaporkan terdapat kira-kira 11,000 rakyat Malaysia di Mesir dan daripada jumlah tersebut 7,000 adalah pelajar. – Bernama

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Seven killed, 1500 wounded in Cairo

At least seven people have been killed as sporadic clashes and pitched battles between pro-government vigilantes and Egyptian protesters continue in and around Cairo’s Tahrir square.

Anti-government demonstrators are gathering in Tahrir Square for another day of protests against embattled president Hosni Mubarak.

The pro-government vigilantes opened fire at the demonstrators late Wednesday and in the early hours of Thursday.

‘Intense shooting’

A Press TV correspondent also said intense shooting is going on around Tahrir Square on Thursday.

Reports say at least seven protesters have been killed and over 1,500 injured over the past 24 hours.

A report by the United Nations says at least 300 people have so far been killed and thousands more injured during nationwide protests in troubled Egypt.

Main opposition figures have called for another mass rally on Friday, which they consider as President Hosni Mubarak’s day of departure.

http://www.presstv.ir

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Responses

  1. Salam 1Malaysia.

    Keadaan Tenang depa tak suka.
    Depa caci sana, caci sini.
    Dalam dok caci, caci, kutuk, kutuk.
    Sukusakatmalais membaca saja.
    Tenang Senang Menang jugak.
    enang, enang saja.

    Sekarang tengok.
    Tegang bertambah tegang.
    Tahu pulak diam.

    Kucing Kota tak komen, tak reti.
    Tunggu dapat copy nak paste kat sini.

    nasik kandaq tak komen pon.
    Tak abis2 dengan comparative study nya.
    Apa yang dicompare.
    Apa yang distudy.
    Tak tau lah.

    great chief, mana nak komen.
    Dah krosot.
    Dok mengkala, mengkala.
    Tengah dok fikiq.
    Plan-plan koot.

    Sekadaq nak peringat saja.
    Kat Malaysia, janganlah buat macam ni.

  2. “CikGu! CikGu! saya dah terberak….” Jerit seorang budak pra sekolah disatu taman perumahan di Ipoh…

    “Abis tuu… “. Tanya Cikgu
    ” saya belum basuh, seluar dah abih kotor”.
    ” Kenapa Kotor?. Kamu tak pakai pampers ke” Tanya CikGu lagi..
    ” Pakai… tapi taik banyak Cikgu…”
    ” Tengok bontot kamu!” Sambil memusing bahu budak yang berak itu..

    “Kwekkkk!!! kwekkkk” Cikgu termuntah.. ” Inilah budak yg paling bodoh dalam kelas saya. Rungut Cikgu sambil berlalu dari situ…
    Semua kanak2 lain memekup idung dan mulut …tak lalu tengok budak ini….

    • Salam Kucing Kota.

      Tajuk Keadaan Bertambah Tegang.
      Yang tak reti nak tulih.
      Pasai apa.

      Setakat tulih lagu ni, hang tau lah.
      Tulih tulih pon.
      Sebab, hang yang tau.
      Kang hang penghuni tetap.
      Mangkuk tandas.

      Tak apa, hang tunggu lama sikit.
      Nanti, hang jadi warga mangkuk jamban.
      Pulak.

      Satu lagi, sebab cari tak jumpa.
      Seropa hang cari tulang2.
      Tak jumpa, hang makanglah apa, yang ada.
      Bila cari nak copy nak paste.
      Tak jumpa.
      Tulih lagu tu pon tak apa.

      Sekadaq cikgu suruh tulih cerita.
      Kucing Kota.

      • Kah! kah! kah! Punya la bangang,
        budak tua ni X bole paham monolog ceghita
        apa yang tersirat.
        Sampai tua la hang X kan paham baca cerita tuu….

        Yang hang pi tulih cerita Tenang menang senang tu buat apa?. apa kena mengena dengan tajuk dlm blog ni. hang punya dah tegang ke?..

        Mangkuk! mangkuk!…

      • Salam,

        Apa pulak dalam tenang jadi kalut.
        Nampak laghu doggy style saja..
        Dok lawan balaih
        Laghu puak sinun punya crita
        Apa dah jadi

      • Oii… Budak Tadika tak sunat…!!!

        Hang takut dengan KETEGANGAN…???

        Nape hang takut…???

        Kami sentiasa nakkan ketegangan…

        Pasai apa…???

        Pasai KETEGANGAN itu lambang KEJANTANAN…!!!

        KAH…!!! KAH…!!! KAH…!!! KAH…!!!

        Opps… aku lupa lagi.

        Hang punya “anu” tu
        memanglah tak tegang-tegang,
        sebab hang masih ….
        ….BUDAK TADIKA….!!!!

        KAH…!!! KAH…!!! KAH…!!! KAH…!!!

  3. Salam,

    Kalau puak toghut bikin laghu ni… halal
    Kalau puak esa bikin laghu ni….haram

    “””DALAM DOK TENANG KENA CARI CEBOK”””
    habuan nak timba ayaq…

    “””hidup ikhwan muslimin”””

  4. salam

    bro…masa ni la nak tunjuk sikap tanggungjawab. Ada hikmah musibah yg berlaku di Mesir tu. Negara yg tenang patut dijaga agar terus tenang. Sekurang2nya orang Malaysia yg ada di sana…akan belajar memanjatkan rasa syukur bila dapat balik ke M’sia nanti. Ketenangan n keamanan perlu dihargai dan dijaga.

    Semoga dapat juga dibuka mata mereka…melihat dengan akal…puak mana yang membantu tanpa minta balas semasa mereka susah…depa dok bertanya??? Mana kerajaan? bila kerajaan nak ambik bawak balik? kenapa kerajaan lambat antar stok makanan??? tak pulak mereka bertanya…mana parti dan puak yang kami sokong…Mereka lupa, kerajaan tu…kerajaan BN. Kalau aku…aku rasa MALU.

    Lihat…Mesir yg ada bangsa Arab sebagai dominasi pun berantakan…sedar2lah Malaysia lagi ada banyak bangsa yang perlu dipelihara…kalau dikira atas kertas lagilah susah nak ditadbir.

    Di Mesir, selain pelajar tajaan MARA n JPA, majoriti adalah pelajar aliran agama yg apabila pulang sanagt biasa menjadi pembangkag kerajaan…dia saja yag betul. Sekarang…Allah baru menduga sedikit…tak kan dah kalut…malah banyak pulak cerita palsu yg keluar… patut banyaklah berdoa untuk kesejahteraan.

    Jangan ditiru resmi TGNA…berdoa yg baik untuk dirinya tetapi yang buruk untuk orang ISLAM lain… Agaknya2 doa TGNA telah diterbalikkan oleh Allah. Hanya Allah yg tahu. Aku hanya terfikir. Minta maaf bro…

    Mana Anwar dan gengnya?…takkan masih sibuk ceramah kut? Nun banjir di sana sini…kalau rasa dekat pilah Mesir…

    • Oii… Manis bahalul oii…!!!

      Siapa sebenaqnya yang buat huru-hara
      dalam demo kat Mesir tu…???

      Siapa sebenaqnya yang memulakan
      provokasi dalam perhimpunan AMAN tu…???

      Aku ni tak taulah hang ni
      jenih pekak ka,
      buta ka,
      buat-buat bodoh ka….

      Atau hang memang sengaja tak mau
      baca internet,
      cuma percaya pada berita TV3suku and the gang..

      Yang cetuskan huru-hara tu
      puak-puak Pro-Mubarak lah mangkuk…!!!

      Samalah macam yang puak pro-Madey buat
      masa reformasi mula tercetus kat KL nun
      pada 1998.

      Balachi-balachi UMNOlah yang memecahkan tingkap
      kaca PWTC, pastu pi tuduh reformis yang buat huru hara
      kat dalam negara…

      PI LANNNCHOWW LA…!!!

      Kenapa nak suruh Anwar pi Mesir…???

      Oii… Bahalul….!!!

      Malaysia tanggungjawab seluruh rakyat Malaysia
      untuk menjaganya, termasuk DS Anwar.

      Kalau Anwar pi Mesir, dia tu bukan rakyat Mesir pun
      untuk membela rakyat yang anti-Mubarak…!!!

      Tanggungjawab DS Anwar ialah menjaga dan membela
      seluruh rakyat Malaysia yang semakin terbeban dengan
      kos sara hidup yang tinggi, yang dikenakan pemerintahan
      diktator regim UMNO-BN….!!!

      Ada faham tak mangkuk…!!!!

      Tulih tu…. tolong guna otak sikit…!!!!

    • Ini kali pertama kucing baca si manis tulih panjang, sebelum ni.. dia main cuit cuit saja, agak susah sikit nak baca mentaliti dia. Rasa macam sengaja dia provok kita, rasa macam ada gaya intelek dia, boleh jadi dia ni agak bijak membaca suasana politik dalam negara walaupun dia hint dok sebelah sana.

      Tapi bila baca komen panjang teruja dengan demonstrator rakyat Mesir ni..
      Bila tulih tanpa ada maklumat lengkap, ternyata dia pun tunjuk bangang setahap budak pra sekolah kat Ipoh yang tak pandai basuh berak dia…

      Dia tak paham apa yang dikatakan tanggung jawab pihak yang jadi kerjaan.. dia anggap Malaysia macam sebuah company sdn bhd. yang dimiliki oleh UBN yang memerintah. Rakyat yang menentang bukan rakyat Malaysia.

      Cik adik Ladyboy ooii!!! Malaysia ni bukan syarikat yang dijual beli, bila menang piliharaya, Malaysia jadi hak rakyat yang sokong UBN, rakyat yang tak menyokong hilang taraf warganegara, rakyat dan negeri2 yang dikuasai oleh PR sudah terkeluar dari Malaysia. Tuu!!! bangang namanya.

      Tuu!! la Kucing kata Umngok berjaya membodohkan rakyat yang sememang bodoh untuk jadi fixdeposit bila tiba masa buat pilihanraya..

      Nanti dia jawab pulak. “Abih yang mufti, hakim, professor, ketua2 jabatan dan lain2 tu bodoh jugak ka?.

      Nak bagi tau laa.. depa ni tetap ceredik, pasai depa adalah kroni UBN yang menjadi kaya hasil dari rakyat yang bodoh kerana tetap memilih UMNGOK memerintah Malaysia…

      Rakyat yang ceredik tidak akan memberi peluang siapa juga yang memerintah mengambil kesempatan atas rakyat yang memilih mereka.

      Ada Pahamm!!!…..

    • Salam 1Malaysia aka
      Salam TGNA suka.
      Salam manis.

      Tak guna.
      Tak guna tulih panjang2 pon.
      Sukusakat kurang membaca, bukangnya paham.
      Kalau baca pon, depa tak paham.

      Tengok ikutCeramah al bahalul.
      Pembukaannya pon, dah bahalul.

      Kucing Kota.
      Dia.
      Kat tikus pon takut.
      Teringin, teringin tapi takut.
      Tekunang-kunang matanya.
      Seropa dok cari.
      Nak copy n paste.
      Tekebil-kebil.

      Sekadaq ikutCeramah dah sah.
      al-bahalul.

      • Jawab jangan X jawab walau pun sekedaq
        jawab keluaq dari lubang kentut hang berkepoi dengan asap

        Busukkk…punya lubang berak tatak basuh…

      • hi Kucing Kota.

        la ropa ropa nya.
        rope rope nye.
        orang Perak lah kata.

        masa kita melaboq tadi.
        hang, Kucing Kota, ada kat sana.

        patutlah.
        bila kita kentut bedengung dengun.
        bekepoi-kepoi seropa asap.
        pun hang tau.
        tatak basuh pun.
        hang tau.

        baguis jugak.
        hang jadi penghuni tetap jamban.
        busy……….uk, noo hang.

        sekadaq Kucing Kota busy………..uk.

  5. Aku cukup seronok tengok kat YouTube,
    Polis Mesir yang pro-Mubarak kena “bantai”
    dengan protester di jalan-jalanraya.

    Walaupun mereka bersenjatakan “air asid”
    pasukan berkuda dan cota, namun ternyata
    Allah maha berkuasa dengan menundukkan
    KEANGKUHAN, KEEGOAN dan KESOMBONGAN
    polis-polis ni.

    Polis-polis ni terpaksa berundur akhirnya apabila
    diserang bertubi-tubi oleh para protester.

    Nak tengok…???

    Kat astro AL-JAZEERA dan CNN pun tak tunjuk habih
    “scene” ni.

    Bukak YouTube, taip CAMEL & HORSES STORM INTO TAHRIR SQUARE AS PROTESTERS CLASH IN CAIRO.

    Satu lagi, taip EGYPT PROTESTORS CHASE POLICE OFF A BRIDGE.

    Mesti tengok dua-dua rakaman ni…
    Pasti terhibur hati….!!!

    KAH…!!! KAH…!!! KAH…!!! KAH…!!!

    • lagu tu pon.
      dah seronok.
      patutlah hang……..

      • Awat…???

        Hang ingat,
        hang sorang ja
        yang seronok
        tengok kartun manjang…????

        Orang lain takleh seronok
        tengok suku-sakat hang
        kena belasah…????

  6. puak-puak sarkis nie…
    tak tau nak beza sungguh antara yg bernama gomen dan yg bertitle kerih telucut…
    pasai tu depa dok bengong memanjang….
    apa dia federalisme……apa dia bersekutu……apa dia apa dia…
    apa dia wang yg terakru……apa dia cukai dan hasil……..
    lepaih tu tak tau apa fungsi umngok dgn fungsi kerajaan semasa yg memerintah?????????…….

    aloo manissssssssss…..
    hang jangan iklan laa kebodohan melampau hangpa tuuuu….
    simpan laa buat arta sendiri……..
    jngn tunjuk sama orang daaa……..malu sangat aihhhhh….
    itu illicit flow money ratus ratus juta kira sapa punya daa???…….
    sendiri punya ka???…………grombolan punya ke????……..

    sapa pun bila dah jadi kerajaan…..
    mau tak mau……..kena laa ambik tanggungjawab membantu rakyat sendiri tanpa mengira faham politik……….
    sapa pun yg jadi kerajaan mesti berusaha membantu rakyat sendiri…kalau tidak jngn jadi kerajaan daaa……..

    kucing dah hantam sama hang pun…….hang tak boleh paham lagi kaa……bingai sungguh hangpa nie…….
    kalu hujah mcm hang tu……
    elok laa hang suruh puak sarkis buat satu sekolah untuk sarkis saja……..opposition dia sendiri buat sekolah….
    satu bank untuk sarkis……..satu bank untuk PR saja…..
    begitu laa yg lain-lainnya………..

    apa punya mangkuk hujah bodo mcm tu……….

    kah kah kah………….

  7. Salam,

    Ayat bersekutu pon dah tak PAS.
    Boleh baca doa iftitah
    Boleh baca AL FATIHAH
    Boleh baca saja AL IKHLAS…
    Takat boleh baca dan khatam …
    Dok jalan laghu ketam..
    menyenget saja….
    mana boleh jalan straight…
    kerosooooooooooooot lah laghu tu…


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