Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Februari 22, 2011

Juruterbang Jet Pejuang Libya Berpaling Tadah.. Mendarat di Malta

Dua buah Jet ini diarahkan untuk menyerang Penunjuk Perasaan ,tapi kedua -dua juruterbang jet ini telah berpaling tadah dan mengubah haluan.Mereka mendarat di Malta

A Libyan airforce pilot descends from his Mirage F1 fighter jet after landing at Malta International Airport outside Valletta February 21, 2011. Two Libyan Air Force fighter pilots defected on Monday and flew their jets to Malta where they told authorities they had been ordered to bomb protesters, Maltese government officials said. They said the two pilots, both colonels, took off from a base near Tripoli. One of them has requested political asylum.

A Libyan airforce pilot descends from his Mirage F1 fighter jet after landing at Malta International Airport outside Valletta February 21, 2011. Two Libyan Air Force fighter pilots defected on Monday and flew their jets to Malta where they told authorities they had been ordered to bomb protesters, Maltese government officials said. They said the two pilots, both colonels, took off from a base near Tripoli. One of them has requested political asylum.

Armed Forces of Malta soldiers stand guard near Mirage F1 fighter jets after they landed at Malta International Airport outside Valletta February 21, 2011. Two Libyan Air Force fighter pilots defected on Monday and flew their jets to Malta where they told authorities they had been ordered to bomb protesters, Maltese government officials said. They said the two pilots, both colonels, took off from a base near Tripoli. One of them has requested political asylum.

Armed Forces of Malta soldiers stand guard near Mirage F1 fighter jets after they landed at Malta International Airport outside Valletta February 21, 2011. Two Libyan Air Force fighter pilots defected on Monday and flew their jets to Malta where they told authorities they had been ordered to bomb protesters, Maltese government officials said. They said the two pilots, both colonels, took off from a base near Tripoli. One of them has requested political asylum.

A Libyan Airforce pilot (5th R) walks next to his Mirage F1 fighter jet after landing at Malta International Airport outside Valletta February 21, 2011. Two Libyan Air Force fighter pilots defected on Monday and flew their jets to Malta where they told authorities they had been ordered to bomb protesters, Maltese government officials said. They said the two pilots, both colonels, took off from a base near Tripoli. One of them has requested political asylum.

Two Libyan fighter jets landed in Malta, their pilots defecting after they said they had been ordered to bomb protesters, Maltese government officials said.

A soldier of Malta armed forces stands guard near two Libyan Mirage F1 fighter jets after they landed at Malta International Airport on February 21.

Two Libyan pilots defect to Malta

Two Libyan air force colonels have defected to the Mediterranean island of Malta in protest at orders to strike pro-democracy protesters in the North African country.

The pilots flew their jets from a base in eastern Benghazi, Libya’s second largest city, when it was taken over by protesters. They told Maltese authorities they had been ordered to bomb the civilians.

“One of the pilots requested political asylum” after the two descended from their single-seat Mirage F1 jets, AFP quoted an unnamed Maltese government spokesman as saying on Monday.

After the landings in Malta, Italy said it had put its air bases on high alert and was moving air force and navy helicopters to southern Italy.

Authorities in Malta said they were holding the two pilots for further questioning.

Meanwhile, the airspace over the Libyan capital, Tripoli, has been reportedly closed until further notice.

Reports also indicate that two helicopters carrying seven passengers of French nationality landed at the same Maltese airport on Monday.

The helicopters had apparently escaped from oil rigs near Benghazi as they were not given clearance to leave Libya.

Malta is close to Libyan shores — located just 340 kilometers (210 miles) north of the Libyan coastline.PressTV


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Berita lewat dari Utusan

Penunjuk perasaan tawan beberapa bandar di Libya

22/02/2011 2:30am

KAHERAH 22 Feb. – Penunjuk perasaan ketika ini telah mengambil alih beberapa bandar di Libya manakala pasukan rejim juga dilihat sudah berpaling tadah terhadap pemerintahan Moamer Kadhafi yang dilaporkan telah melarikan diri dari negara ini.

Menurut Persekutuan Hak Asasi Manusia Antarabangsa (IFHR) yang berpengkalan di Paris, beberapa bandar termasuk Benghazi di sebelah timur Libya telah ditawan oleh penunjuk perasaan menentang rejim Kadhafi, 41, selepas pasukan keselamatan meninggalkan bandar-bandar tersebut. – AFP

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  1. Alhamdulillah.

  2. Majlis Ta’lim Bulanan
    Bertujuan memberi kemudahan kepada masyarakat Kuala Lumpur dan Selangor khususnya serta masyarakat Malaysia ‘amnya menimba ilmu ajaran agama Islam yang ditinggalkan dan diwasiatkan oleh Al-Habib Abdullah bin Alawi Al-Haddad.

    Huraian dari buku-buku karangan beliau akan disyarahkan dalam Bahasa Malaysia.

    Alhamdulillah pada hari Ahad 21 November 2010, Majlis Ilmu bulanan yang selama ini diselaraskan di masjid Baitul Aman, Jalan Damai, Ampang telah mengkhatamkan kitab ‘Dakwah yang Sempurna dan Peringatan yang Utama’ karangan Imam Abdullah bin Alawi Al-Haddad. Setelah dipimpin oleh Tuan Guru kita yang juga Sang Penterjemah buku ini kedalam Bahasa Malaysia, Syed Ahmad bin Semait hingga beliau wafat pada 15 Julai 2006, maka disambung dan dikhatamkan pula oleh murid beliau Ustaz Najmuddin bin Othman Alkhered. Semoga mereka dirahmati Allah s.w.t.

    Majlis bulanan seterusnya akan mengabungkan dua kitab karangan Imam Abdullah bin Alawi Al-Haddad. Selepas solat Maghrib, sambungan huraian buku berjudul ‘Nasihat Agama dan Wasiat Iman’ akan disyarahkan oleh Ustaz Ali Zainal Abidin Alhamid diikuti dengan permulaan huraian buku baru ‘Penuntun Hidup Bahagia (Risalatul Mudzakarah)’ oleh Ustaz Najmuddin bin Othman Alkhered selepas solat Isya’. Bagi mereka yang ingin memiliki senaskah buku ini, pihak kami akan mengedarkannya di majlis nanti dengan harga diskaun sebanyak RM 25.00 senaskah.

    InsyAllah, majlis ini akan dilangsungkan seperti biasa pada Sabtu 19 March 2011 mulai solat maghrib di Masjid Baitul Aman, 102, Jalan Damai di Jalan Ampang, Kuala Lumpur.

    Untuk maklumat, buku Nasihat Agama dan Wasiat Iman memberi bimbingan penting untuk mengenal ilmu-ilmu yang wajib dari akidah Islamiah dan hukumhakamnya, serta ciri-ciri akhlak dan budi pekerti yang mulia. Ia juga menunjukkan cara-cara berdakwah ke jalan Allah Ta’ala, dan menunaikan hak kewajiban terhadap agama Islam dengan berdalilkan ayat-ayat suci Al-Quran dan Hadis.

    Seterusnya, gabungan dua judul buku Petunjuk Thariqat dan Penuntun Hidup Bahagia membicarakan cara orang yang memilih yang bersih dari yang kotor dalam mengarahkan diri menuju ke jalan akhirat. Bahagian kedua membincangkan perbezaan takrif ‘hidup bahagia’ antara insan umum dan ahli tasawuf iaitu mereka yang menganggap hidup bahagia bererti hidup aman sentosa sesudah mati. Maka Itu adalah kebahagiaan yang hakiki.
    Agar kita diberi anugerah dari Allah s.w.t. dan mengambil peluang untuk menghadiri majlis ini selaku pedoman perjalanan kita ke akhirat.

    Jadual ini akan diulangi pada minggu ketiga atau keempat setiap bulan yang juga akan dimaklumkan pada majlis semasa.

    Semua Muslimin dan Muslimat dijemput hadir. Diminta Hadirin dan Hadirat mematuhi halal/haram, sunnah/makruh dan adab semasa didalam masjid


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