Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Februari 26, 2011

Gaddafi istihar perang habis-habisan,bekal senjata kepada penyokongnya

Ini salah seorang tentera muda yang telah berpaling tadah dengan kerajaan gila Gaddafi dan bersama menyertai rakyat jelata menentang si gila Gaddafi

A Libyan army paratrooper who defected and joined the popular uprising against leader Moamer Kadhafi lstands guard during a press conference in the eastern Libyan port city of Benghazi on February 26, 2011.

A Libyan army paratrooper who defected and joined the popular uprising against leader Moamer Kadhafi lstands guard during a press conference in the eastern Libyan port city of Benghazi on February 26, 2011.

Libyan army paratroopers who defected and joined the popular uprising against leader Moamer Kadhafi stand guard during a press conference in the eastern Libyan port city of Benghazi on February 26, 2011.

Yang ni pun sama… turut serta bersama rakyat

A Libyan army paratrooper who defected and joined the popular uprising against leader Moamer Kadhafi loads an anti-aircraft machinegun atop a truck in the eastern Libyan port city of Benghazi on February 26, 2011.

A Libyan army paratrooper who defected and joined the popular uprising against leader Moamer Kadhafi loads an anti-aircraft machinegun atop a truck in the eastern Libyan port city of Benghazi on February 26, 2011.

Yang ni pun sama… turut serta berjuang bersama rakyat jelata menentang pemimpin gila

A Libyan army paratrooper who defected and joined revolution against leader Moamer Kadhafi flashes the V for 'victory' sign as he loads ammunitions into his truck in the eastern Libyan port city of Benghazi on February 26, 2011.

A Libyan army paratrooper who defected and joined revolution against leader Moamer Kadhafi flashes the V for ‘victory’ sign as he loads ammunitions into his truck in the eastern Libyan port city of Benghazi on February 26, 2011.

A Libyan army paratrooper who defected and joined the rebellion against leader Moamer Kadhafi boards his truck loaded with rocket propelled grenades (RPG) in the eastern Libyan port city of Benghazi on February 26, 2011.

A Libyan army paratrooper who defected and joined the rebellion against leader Moamer Kadhafi boards his truck loaded with rocket propelled grenades (RPG) in the eastern Libyan port city of Benghazi on February 26, 2011.

BENGHAZI, LIBYA - FEBRUARY 26:  A militiaman carries off supplies after putting on a new uniform on February 26, 2011 at a former Libyan army base in Benghazi, Libya. Many army soldiers defected to opposion forces in eastern Libya, while civilians have also mobilized as part of the new militia. Citizens continue to rally in Benghazi, demanding the removal of Libyan President Muammar Gaddafi while celebrating the defeat of Gaddafi's forces in the east. The UN who is considering sanctions against Libya over its violent attempts to put down an uprising, estimates more than 1,000 people have died in the 10-day-old revolt.

BENGHAZI, LIBYA – FEBRUARY 26: A militiaman carries off supplies after putting on a new uniform on February 26, 2011 at a former Libyan army base in Benghazi, Libya. Many army soldiers defected to opposion forces in eastern Libya, while civilians have also mobilized as part of the new militia. Citizens continue to rally in Benghazi, demanding the removal of Libyan President Muammar Gaddafi while celebrating the defeat of Gaddafi’s forces in the east. The UN who is considering sanctions against Libya over its violent attempts to put down an uprising, estimates more than 1,000 people have died in the 10-day-old revolt.

BENGHAZI, LIBYA - FEBRUARY 26:  A militiaman guards ammunition on February 26, 2011 at a former Libyan army base in Benghazi, Libya. Citizens continue to rally in Benghazi, demanding the removal of Libyan President Muammar Gaddafi while celebrating the defeat of Gaddafi's forces in the east. The UN who is considering sanctions against Libya over its violent attempts to put down an uprising, estimates more than 1,000 people have died in the 10-day-old revolt.

Pelabuhan pun depa dah control sekarang…Gaddafi just bertahan di kubu terakhir Tripoli sahaja

An anti-government security man waves to migrant Tunisian nationals and expatriates from other countries before they leave Libya on board a Tunisian ship leaving for Tunisia, from the Libyan harbour in Benghazi February 26, 2011.

An anti-government security man waves to migrant Tunisian nationals and expatriates from other countries before they leave Libya on board a Tunisian ship leaving for Tunisia, from the Libyan harbour in Benghazi February 26, 2011.

Yang di bawah ni pula, gambar-gambar dari Tripoli….

A man carries bread past a palm tree used as a roadblock by anti-Gaddafi demonstrators in the Tajoora neighborhood of Tripoli February 26, 2011. World powers struggled to find a way to stop Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi lashing out at his people as he clings to power in Tripoli, the last big city where an uprising against his rule has yet to take hold.

A man carries bread past a palm tree used as a roadblock by anti-Gaddafi demonstrators in the Tajoora neighborhood of Tripoli February 26, 2011. World powers struggled to find a way to stop Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi lashing out at his people as he clings to power in Tripoli, the last big city where an uprising against his rule has yet to take hold.

A boy jumps over felled palm trees used as barricades by anti-Gaddafi protesters in the Tajoora district of Tripoli February 26, 2011. World powers struggled to find a way to stop Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi lashing out at his people as he clings to power in Tripoli, the last big city where an uprising against his rule has yet to take hold.

A boy jumps over felled palm trees used as barricades by anti-Gaddafi protesters in the Tajoora district of Tripoli February 26, 2011. World powers struggled to find a way to stop Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi lashing out at his people as he clings to power in Tripoli, the last big city where an uprising against his rule has yet to take hold.

A Libyan mourner collapses during the funeral of Anwar Elgadi, 44, who was killed the previous day by security forces according to his brother Mohammed, in the Tajoora neighborhood of Tripoli February 26, 2011. World powers struggled to find a way to stop Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi lashing out at his people as he clings to power in Tripoli, the last big city where an uprising against his rule has yet to take hold.

A Libyan mourner collapses during the funeral of Anwar Elgadi, 44, who was killed the previous day by security forces according to his brother Mohammed, in the Tajoora neighborhood of Tripoli February 26, 2011. World powers struggled to find a way to stop Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi lashing out at his people as he clings to power in Tripoli, the last big city where an uprising against his rule has yet to take hold.

Libyans carry the coffin of Anwar Elgadi, 44, who was killed the previous day by security forces according to his brother Mohammed, during his funeral in the Tajoora neighborhood of Tripoli February 26, 2011. World powers struggled to find a way to stop Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi lashing out at his people as he clings to power in Tripoli, the last big city where an uprising against his rule has yet to take hold.

Libyans carry the coffin of Anwar Elgadi, 44, who was killed the previous day by security forces according to his brother Mohammed, during his funeral in the Tajoora neighborhood of Tripoli February 26, 2011. World powers struggled to find a way to stop Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi lashing out at his people as he clings to power in Tripoli, the last big city where an uprising against his rule has yet to take hold.

The brother (R) of Salem Al-Moqlah, a Libyan who was killed in the recent clashes, react next to his grave in a cemetery in Benghazi February 26, 2011. World powers struggled to find a way to stop Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi lashing out at his people as he clings to power in Tripoli, the last big city where an uprising against his rule has yet to take hold. The country's second city Benghazi fell to the opposition along with much of eastern Libya earlier in the uprising, which began more than a week ago.

The brother (R) of Salem Al-Moqlah, a Libyan who was killed in the recent clashes, react next to his grave in a cemetery in Benghazi February 26, 2011. World powers struggled to find a way to stop Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi lashing out at his people as he clings to power in Tripoli, the last big city where an uprising against his rule has yet to take hold. The country’s second city Benghazi fell to the opposition along with much of eastern Libya earlier in the uprising, which began more than a week ago.

The mother and brother of Salem Al-Moqlah, a Libyan who was killed in the recent clashes, react next to his grave in a cemetery in Benghazi February 26, 2011. World powers struggled to find a way to stop Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi lashing out at his people as he clings to power in Tripoli, the last big city where an uprising against his rule has yet to take hold. The country's second city Benghazi fell to the opposition along with much of eastern Libya earlier in the uprising, which began more than a week ago.

The mother and brother of Salem Al-Moqlah, a Libyan who was killed in the recent clashes, react next to his grave in a cemetery in Benghazi February 26, 2011. World powers struggled to find a way to stop Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi lashing out at his people as he clings to power in Tripoli, the last big city where an uprising against his rule has yet to take hold. The country’s second city Benghazi fell to the opposition along with much of eastern Libya earlier in the uprising, which began more than a week ago.

A man walks through roadblocks made by residents in the Tajoura district of eastern Tripoli, Libya, Saturday, Feb. 26, 2011. Residents there have blocked many streets with roadblocks after protesters demanding Moammar Gadhafi's ouster came under a hail of bullets Friday when pro-regime militiamen opened fire to stop the first significant anti-government marches in days in the Libyan capital.

A man walks through roadblocks made by residents in the Tajoura district of eastern Tripoli, Libya, Saturday, Feb. 26, 2011. Residents there have blocked many streets with roadblocks after protesters demanding Moammar Gadhafi’s ouster came under a hail of bullets Friday when pro-regime militiamen opened fire to stop the first significant anti-government marches in days in the Libyan capital.

An impromptu roadblock is seen through a car windscreen in Tripoli, Libya, Saturday, Feb. 26, 2011.

An impromptu roadblock is seen through a car windscreen in Tripoli, Libya, Saturday, Feb. 26, 2011.

Chinese citizens wait aboard the "Palermo Grimaldi" ferry at the harbor in Valletta, Malta, Saturday, Feb. 26, 2011, after being evacuated from Benghazi, Libya. Tens of thousands of foreigners have been fleeing Libya this week. Turkish and Chinese workers climbed aboard ships by the thousands, Europeans mostly boarded evacuation flights and North Africans have been heading to Libya's borders with Egypt and Tunisia in overcrowded vans.

Chinese citizens wait aboard the “Palermo Grimaldi” ferry at the harbor in Valletta, Malta, Saturday, Feb. 26, 2011, after being evacuated from Benghazi, Libya. Tens of thousands of foreigners have been fleeing Libya this week. Turkish and Chinese workers climbed aboard ships by the thousands, Europeans mostly boarded evacuation flights and North Africans have been heading to Libya’s borders with Egypt and Tunisia in overcrowded vans.

We will fight them and we will beat them – Gaddafi

TRIPOLI (AFP) – Terrified Libyans braced for battles on Saturday as Moamer Kadhafi offered to arm civilian supporters to defeat a revolt and powerful tribes abandoned Yemen’s increasingly embattled ruler.

The escalating revolt against Kadhafi, which one of his diplomats to the United Nations said killed thousands, has emboldened tens of thousands of protesters across the Arab world to step up demands for historic reforms.

After protests in Tunisia and Egypt forced out longtime leaders Zine El Abidine Ben Ali and Hosni Mubarak, Libya’s Kadhafi and Yemen’s Ali Abdullah Saleh are facing the most serious threats to their decades’ grip on power.

“We could still hear gunfire all night,” one Tripoli resident told AFP by telephone on Saturday, saying that electricity had been cut overnight.

“We were terrified. We thought that meant they were preparing for attacks. We grabbed whatever we could use as weapons and stayed by the door in case anyone broke in,” the resident said.

In a rabble-rousing speech that presaged a bloody battle for the capital, Kadhafi told frenzied supporters in Tripoli’s Green Square on Friday that the rebels would be defeated.

“We will fight them and we will beat them,” he told a crowd of hundreds.

“Sing, dance and prepare yourselves,” the 68-year-old leader said. “If needs be, we will open all the arsenals.”

Almost the entire east of the oil-rich North African nation has slipped from Kadhafi’s control since the popular uprising began in the port city of Benghazi on February 15, inspired by revolutions in Egypt and Tunisia.

Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, whose country is the former colonial power in Libya, became the first Western leader to spell out that Kadhafi appeared to have lost control of the situation.

In Benghazi, a spokesman for the revolution told AFP on Saturday they were drawing up plans for a transitional government to take power but in the nearby town of Ajdabiya, local residents said food was becoming scarce.

US President Barack Obama imposed sanctions on Kadhafi and four of his sons in a clear attempt to weaken his teetering regime and the UN Security Council was to hold a special meeting later Saturday to consider sanctions.

Protests sweeping the Middle East have railed against poor public infrastructure and demanded broader political reforms in some of the most corrupt and tightly censored countries in the world.AFP

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Libya: Tripoli residents say civilians being armed

TRIPOLI, Libya – The embattled regime of Moammar Gadhafi is arming civilian supporters to set up checkpoints and roving patrols around the Libyan capital to control movement and quash dissent, residents said Saturday.

The reports came a day after protesters demanding Gadhafi’s ouster came under heavy gunfire by pro-regime militiamen trying to stop the first significant anti-government marches in days in Tripoli.

Gadhafi, speaking from the ramparts of a historic Tripoli fort on Friday, told supporters to prepare to defend the nation as he faced the biggest challenge to his 42-year rule. “At the suitable time, we will open the arms depot so all Libyans and tribes become armed, so that Libya becomes red with fire,” he said.

Rebels hold a long sweep of about half of Libya’s 1,000-mile (1,600- kilometer) Mediterranean coastline where most of the population lives, and even captured a brigadier general and a soldier Saturday as the Libyan army tried to retake an air base east of Tripoli.

The international community stepped up its response to the bloodshed, while Americans and other foreigners were evacuated from the chaos roiling the North African nation.

The U.N. Security Council planned to meet later Saturday for a second day to consider an arms embargo against the Libyan government and a travel ban and asset freeze against Gadhafi, his relatives and key members of his government.

President Barack Obama signed an executive order Friday freezing assets held by Gadhafi and four of his children in the United States. The Treasury Department said the sanctions against Gadhafi, three of his sons and a daughter also apply to the Libyan government.

Also Friday evening, pro-Gadhafi troops with tanks attacked the Misrata Air Base east of Tripoli that had fallen into rebel hands. They succeeded in retaking part of it in battles with residents and army units who had joined the uprising against Gadhafi, said a doctor and a resident wounded in the battle on the edge of opposition-held Misrata, Libya’s third-largest city, about 120 miles (200 kilometers) from the capital.

In Tripoli, most residents stayed in their homes Saturday, terrified of bands of armed men at checkpoints and patrolling the city.

A 40-year-old business owner said he had seen Gadhafi supporters enter one of the regime’s Revolutionary Committee headquarters Saturday and leave with arms. He said the regime is offering a car and money to any supporters bringing three people with them to join the effort.

“Someone from the old revolutionary committees will go with them so they’ll be four,” the witness said when reached by telephone from Cairo. “They’ll arm them to drive around the city and terrorize people.”

Other residents reported seeing trucks full of civilians with automatic rifles patrolling their neighborhoods. Many were young, even teenagers, and wore green arm bands or cloths on their heads to show their affiliation to the regime, residents said. All spoke on condition of anonymity for fear of reprisals.

Tripoli, home to about a third of Libya’s population of 6 million, is the center of the eroding territory that Gadhafi still controls.

Pro-government forces have blocked access to Tripoli’s eastern Tajoura district, one of the hotspots during previous protests. Meanwhile, residents of the district have chopped down palm trees as makeshift barricades and spread rocks and other debris on roads to protect their neighborhoods.

Dozens of people gathered in the district Saturday for the funeral of Anwar Algadi, 44. His brother, Mohammed, said he was killed a day earlier in clashes with pro-regime forces, with the cause of death listed as “receiving a live bullet to the head.”

Even in the Gadhafi-held pocket of northwestern Libya around Tripoli, several cities have also fallen to the rebellion. Militiamen and pro-Gadhafi troops were repelled when they launched attacks trying to take back opposition-held territory in Zawiya and Misrata in fighting that killed at least 30 people.AP

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  1. Budak PLKN pun dilatih untuk mengendalikan senjata. Kemudian bagi senjata kepada PEKIDA dan PERKASA sekali

  2. Lupakah kita kepada laongan presiden Umno dalam perhimpunan agung yang lalu.

    “Kita akan mempertahankan Putrajaya hingga ketitisan darah yang terakhir”

    Kata kata inilah juga menjadi kekuatan presiden Libya Gadaffi untuk mempertahankan Tripoli dikuasai olah rakyat yang disokong oleh sebahagian dari tenteranya..
    Tripoli adalah pusat pentadbiran kerajaan Gadaffi. Jatuhnya Tripoli, maka jatuhlah kuasa seorang presiden yang telah membunuh hampir 3,000 rakyatnya. Darah terakhir Gadaffi masih lagi mengalir ditubuh dan diotak kronik gilanya.

    Kalau Gadaffi telah melaksanakan niat untuk pertahankan kerajaannya hingga ketitisan darah yang terakhir. Ini bukti laongan itu bukan omongan kosong..

    Apakah bentuk titisan darah terakhir yang akan tumpah dari presiden sebuah parti yang berlambangkan Keris telanjang, seandainya dalam PRU 13 nanti kerajaan yang telah bertukun selama 53 tahun ini tumbang pada malam pengumuman keputusan pilihanraya itu….

    Dalam kepala rakyat Malaysia sudah tergambar PDRM dengan rakus dan gila akan bermaharaja lela dijalanraya menghalang rakyat datang kepejabat menteri2 besar kerajaan Umno dan pejabat Perdana Menteri.. Rais Yatim telah bertahan bersama PDRM dan Askar untuk menghalang rakyat membuat pengumuman. Kerajaan BeeEnd telah tumbang…

    Kereta perisai telah bergerak diseluruh Kuala Lumpur. Pengendali mesingun dan M16 ditiup slogan patriotik membunuh rakyat adalah halal demi bangsa dan negara. Malaysia bukan milik rakyat yang menentang Umno seperti rakyat Libya yang menentang Gadaffi dan Mubarak.

    Mubarak dan Gadaffi yang memaksa rakyat mengikut acuan pemerintahannya medera, telah lama di laksanakan di Libya dan di Mesir. Dalam zaman nabi Musa, Firaun dan Qarun adalah personaliti yang berbeza. Firaun gila pada kuasa. Qarun gila pada harta. Tetapi dalam dunia berteknologi melinium hari ini. Presiden, perdana menteri dan Almalik telah menguasai kedua duanya… Dalam diri mereka ada Firaun dan Qarun. Dua dalam satu.

    Masihkah kita mesti menyebut tiada persamaan diantara mereka. Kalau tiada persamaan. Adakah mereka akan membiarkan kerajaan akan berubah dengan saloran pilihanraya?… SPRM dan PDRM itu pecacai siapa ?…


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