Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Februari 11, 2012

The battle for Homs…Rakyat Syria Sedang Disembelih

A tank is seen damaged in the city of Homs February 10, 2012. Bomb attacks killed at least 28 people in Syria's second city Aleppo on Friday, while Homs endured another day of shelling and a firefight broke out in Damascus, the nearest violence to the centre of the capital in an 11-month uprising.

A tank is seen damaged in the city of Homs February 10, 2012. Bomb attacks killed at least 28 people inSyria’s second city Aleppo on Friday, while Homs endured another day of shelling and a firefight broke out in Damascus, the nearest violence to the centre of the capital in an 11-month uprising.

People look at a damaged house in Homs February 10, 2012. Bomb attacks killed at least 28 people in Syria's second city Aleppo on Friday, while Homs endured another day of shelling and a firefight broke out in Damascus, the nearest violence to the centre of the capital in an 11-month uprising.

People look at a damaged house in Homs February 10, 2012. Bomb attacks killed at least 28 people inSyria’s second city Aleppo on Friday, while Homs endured another day of shelling and a firefight broke out in Damascus, the nearest violence to the centre of the capital in an 11-month uprising.

Demonstrators gather during a protest against Syria's President Bashar al-Assad after Friday prayers in Homs February 10, 2012. Bomb attacks killed at least 28 people in Syria's second city Aleppo on Friday, while Homs endured another day of shelling  and a firefight broke out in Damascus, the nearest violence to the centre of the capital in an 11-month uprising.

Demonstrators gather during a protest against Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad after Friday prayers inHoms February 10, 2012. Bomb attacks killed at least 28 people in Syria’s second city Aleppo on Friday, while Homs endured another day of shelling and a firefight broke out in Damascus, the nearest violence to the centre of the capital in an 11-month uprising.

Demonstrators gather during a protest against Syria's President Bashar al-Assad in Homs February 10, 2012. Bomb attacks killed at least 28 people in Syria's second city Aleppo on Friday, while Homs endured another day of shelling  and a firefight broke out in Damascus, the nearest violence to the centre of the capital in an 11-month uprising.

Demonstrators gather during a protest against Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad in Homs February 10, 2012. Bomb attacks killed at least 28 people in Syria’s second city Aleppo on Friday, while Homs endured another day of shelling and a firefight broke out in Damascus, the nearest violence to the centre of the capital in an 11-month uprising.

RAKYAT SRRIA TELAH DISEMBELIH…DI MANAKAH DUNIA!!!!

Demonstrators hold a banner, which reads: "Russia and China, you are responsible for our split blood", during a protest against Syria's President Bashar al-Assad in Yabroud, near Damascus, February 7, 2012. Russia and China on Saturday vetoed a U.N. resolution that backed an Arab plan calling on Assad to quit, stalling global efforts to end his bloody crackdown on unrest after hundreds were reported killed in the city of Homs. Picture taken February 7, 2012.

“Rusia dan China, anda bertanggungjawab di atas pertumpahan darah kami”

In this citizen journalism image provide by the Local Coordination Committees in Syria, anti-Syrian regime protesters, hold a banner and shout slogans during a demonstration against Syrian President Bashar Assad, at Kfarnebel village in Idlib province, north Syria, on Friday Feb. 10, 2012. A Syrian offensive aimed at crushing rebels in the battered city of Homs continued Friday, with soldiers who have been bombarding the city for the past six days making their first ground move to seize one of the most restive neighborhoods.

Pertempuran di bandar Homs makin sengit

AMMAN 10 Feb. – Bandar Homs hari ini dipenuhi kereta-kereta kebal pasukan keselamatan Syria ketika puak Alawite melancarkan serangan berterusan buat lima hari berturut-turut ke atas bandar itu.

Penduduk Homs menjangkakan berlaku pertempuran besar-besaran antara kumpulan pemberontak dan pasukan keselamatan Syria dalam tempoh terdekat.

Presiden Bashar al-Assad yang disokong Rusia tidak mengendahkan rayuan daripada pemimpin dunia untuk menghentikan pergolakan yang telah berlarutan selama 11 bulan di Syria.

Setiausaha Agung Pertubuhan Bangsa-Bangsa Bersatu (PBB) Ban Ki-moon mengutuk keganasan yang berlaku dalam operasi untuk menggulingkan Assad manakala Duta Turki ke Kesatuan Eropah memberi amaran berhubung risiko tercetusnya perang saudara yang boleh memburukkan lagi keadaan di Syria.

Kumpulan aktivis dalam pada itu menyatakan bantuan kereta kebal dihantar ke Homs sejak dua hari lepas meningkatkan kemungkinan pasukan keselamatan Syria akan menggempur kawasan Sunni.

Jurucakap bagi kumpulan pemberontak, Mejar Maher al-Naimi berkata, adalah sukar untuk menjangkakan bila akan berlakunya pertempuran terbesar namun mendakwa Assad tidak mempunyai pasukan tentera yang mencukupi untuk mengawal bandar Homs.

“Pasukan tentera Assad bergantung kepada kaedah serangan menggunakan bom kerana mereka tidak mempunyai anggota yang mencukupi berbanding jumlah penduduk Homs yang besar,” ujarnya.

Katanya, pasukan Tentera Bebas Syria akan mempertahankan bandar itu sehingga ke titisan darah terakhir.

Sementara itu, aktivis Mohammad Hassan berkata, pertempuran antara pasukan keselamatan dan kumpulan pemberontak berkemungkinan berlaku esok.

“Pelancar-pelancar meriam telah diarahkan ke beberapa daerah seperti Bab Amro, Inshaat, Khalidya dan pertempuran boleh berlaku pada bila-bila masa sahaja,” katanya. – REUTERS

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A picture released by the official Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) shows people inspecting the site of one of the blasts that rocked Aleppo on February 10, 2012

28 maut, 235 cedera dalam dua serangan bom kereta di Syria

DAMSYIK 11 Feb. – Dua serangan bom kereta di pos keselamatan Syria di bandar Allepo semalam, menyebabkan sekurang-kurangnya 28 orang terbunuh dan mencederakan 235 yang lain.

Stesen televisyen negeri melaporkan, serangan di kawasan komersial itu dipercayai perbuatan kumpulan pengganas.

Katanya, seorang pengebom berani mati menaiki sebuah kereta yang dipenuhi bahan letupan melancarkan serangan di sebuah balai polis yang terletak berdekatan pusat pengedaran makanan.

Serangan kedua dilancarkan ke sebuah pangkalan pusat perisikan. – AFP

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A picture of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad attached to a noose is held up by a Syrian man during an anti-government rally in Sanaa February 10, 2012. Weakened by months of protests against Saleh's rule, the Yemeni government has lost control of whole chunks of the country, giving southern separatists, northern Shi'ite rebels and Islamist militants a window to further their goals. The sign reads "Execution."

A picture of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad attached to a noose is held up by a Syrian man during an anti-government rally in Sanaa February 10, 2012. Weakened by months of protests against Saleh’s rule, the Yemeni government has lost control of whole chunks of the country, giving southern separatists, northern Shi’ite rebels and Islamist fighters a window to further their goals. The sign reads “Execution.”

In this citizen journalism image provide by the Local Coordination Committees in Syria, anti-Syrian regime children, hold a caricature placard against Syrian President Bashar Assad, at Kfarnebel village in Idlib province, north Syria, on Friday Feb. 10, 2012. A Syrian offensive aimed at crushing rebels in the battered city of Homs continued Friday, with soldiers who have been bombarding the city for the past six days making their first ground move to seize one of the most restive neighborhoods. The Arabic words on the placard read:"the occupied Kfarnebel".

In this citizen journalism image provide by the Local Coordination Committees in Syria, anti-Syrian regime children, hold a caricature placard against Syrian President Bashar Assad, at Kfarnebel village in Idlib province, north Syria, on Friday Feb. 10, 2012. A Syrian offensive aimed at crushing rebels in the battered city of Homs continued Friday, with soldiers who have been bombarding the city for the past six days making their first ground move to seize one of the most restive neighborhoods. The Arabic words on the placard read:”the occupied Kfarnebel”.

In this citizen journalism image provide by the Local Coordination Committees in Syria, anti-Syrian regime protesters, raise up their hands and shout slogans during a demonstration against Syrian President Bashar Assad, in Idlib province, north Syria, on Friday Feb. 10, 2012. A Syrian offensive aimed at crushing rebels in the battered city of Homs continued Friday, with soldiers who have been bombarding the city for the past six days making their first ground move to seize one of the most restive neighborhoods.

In this citizen journalism image provide by the Local Coordination Committees in Syria, anti-Syrian regime protesters, hold a banner and shout slogans during a demonstration against Syrian President Bashar Assad, at Kfarnebel village in Idlib province, north Syria, on Friday Feb. 10, 2012. A Syrian offensive aimed at crushing rebels in the battered city of Homscontinued Friday, with soldiers who have been bombarding the city for the past six days making their first ground move to seize one of the most restive neighborhoods.

People carry signs during a rally, demanding the Indonesian government to give a reaction against attacks by Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's forces on the Syrian city of Homs, in Jakarta February 10, 2012. Syrian tanks massed outside opposition neighbourhoods in Homs on Friday as al-Assad's forces bombarded the city for the fifth day and residents expected a major push to subdue the centre of revolt against his rule.

People carry signs during a rally, demanding the Indonesian government to give a reaction against attacks by Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s forces on the Syrian city of Homs, in Jakarta February 10, 2012. Syrian tanks massed outside opposition neighbourhoods in Homs on Friday as al-Assad’s forces bombarded the city for the fifth day and residents expected a major push to subdue the centre of revolt against his rule.

People carry signs during a rally, demanding the Indonesian government to give a reaction against attacks by Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's forces on the Syrian city of Homs, in Jakarta February 10, 2012. Syrian tanks massed outside opposition neighbourhoods in Homs on Friday as al-Assad's forces bombarded the city for the fifth day and residents expected a major push to subdue the centre of revolt against his rule.

People carry signs during a rally, demanding the Indonesian government to give a reaction against attacks by Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s forces on the Syrian city of Homs, in Jakarta February 10, 2012. Syrian tanks massed outside opposition neighbourhoods in Homs on Friday as al-Assad’s forces bombarded the city for the fifth day and residents expected a major push to subdue the centre of revolt against his rule.

A painted poster of Syria's President Bashar al-Assad riddled with holes is seen in the city of Homs February 10, 2012. Bomb attacks killed at least 28 people in Syria's second city Aleppo on Friday, while Homs endured another day of shelling and a firefight broke out in Damascus, the nearest violence to the centre of the capital in an 11-month uprising.

A painted poster of Syria’s President Bashar al-Assadriddled with holes is seen in the city of HomsFebruary 10, 2012. Bomb attacks killed at least 28 people in Syria’s second city Aleppo on Friday, while Homs endured another day of shelling and a firefight broke out in Damascus, the nearest violence to the centre of the capital in an 11-month uprising.

Demonstrators hold a banner that reads "Duck's chick can swim" (Syria's late President Hafez Al Assad and his son Syria's President Bashar Al Assad) as they gather during a protest against Syria's President Bashar al-Assad, after Friday prayers in Serbeen near Damascus Alepo February 10, 2012.

Demonstrators hold a banner that reads “Duck’s chick can swim” (Syria’s late President Hafez Al Assad and his son Syria’s President Bashar Al Assad) as they gather during a protest against Syria’s PresidentBashar al-Assad, after Friday prayers in Serbeen nearDamascus Alepo February 10, 2012.

A Syrian student, living in Malaysian, wears a T-shirt for Free Syria participates in a protest against the regime of President Bashar al-Assad outside the Syrian embassy in Kuala Lumput on February 10, 2012. More than 80 people were killed in Syria on February 9, 2012, most of them in a relentless blitz on the city of Homs, an attack US President Barack Obama decried as an 'outrageous bloodshed'.

A Syrian student, living in Malaysian, wears a T-shirt for Free Syria participates in a protest against the regime of President Bashar al-Assad outside the Syrian embassy in Kuala Lumput on February 10, 2012. More than 80 people were killed in Syria on February 9, 2012, most of them in a relentless blitz on the city of Homs, an attack US President Barack Obama decried as an ‘outrageous bloodshed’.

An anti-Syrian President Bashar al-Assad protester holds a banner as she participates in a protest held at Fateh Mosque after Friday prayers in Manama, February 10, 2012. Hundreds of angry protesters who gathered after the prayers outside the mosque shouted anti-Assad slogans and demanded an end to the violence in Syria by Assad's army. The banner reads "Where are Human Rights From Syria? Busy In Bahrain?''.

An anti-Syrian President Bashar al-Assad protester holds a banner as she participates in a protest held at Fateh Mosque after Friday prayers in Manama, February 10, 2012. Hundreds of angry protesters who gathered after the prayers outside the mosque shouted anti-Assad slogans and demanded an end to the violence in Syria by Assad’s army. The banner reads “Where are Human Rights From Syria? Busy In Bahrain?”.

A demonstrator holds a banner that reads "Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, why didn't you visit Homs, to see your weapons killing our children" during a protest against Syria's President Bashar al-Assad after Friday prayers in Marat al-Numan near the northern province of Idlib February 10, 2012.

A demonstrator holds a banner that reads “Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, why didn’t you visitHoms, to see your weapons killing our children” during a protest against Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad after Friday prayers in Marat al-Numan near the northern province of Idlib February 10, 2012.

“Menteri Luar Russia, Sergei Lavrov, mengapa  anda tidak melawat Homs, untuk melihat senjata anda membunuh anak-anak kami”

A demonstrator holds a banner that reads "We all Homs, Russia and Iran killing us" during a protest against Syria's President Bashar al-Assad after Friday prayers in Binsh near Idlib February 10, 2012.

A demonstrator holds a banner that reads “We allHoms, Russia and Iran killing us” during a protest against Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad after Friday prayers in Binsh near Idlib February 10, 2012.

“Kami Semua Penduduk Homs, Rusia dan Iran membunuh kami”

Yemeni protesters hold a former Syrian flag and a portrait of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad with a noose around his neck and Arabic word reading 'Execution' during an anti-Assad demonstration in the capital Sanaa on February 10, 2012.

Yemeni protesters hold a former Syrian flag and a portrait of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad with a noose around his neck and Arabic word reading ‘Execution’ during an anti-Assad demonstration in the capital Sanaa on February 10, 2012.

A Syrian man shouts slogans as he holds a poster of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad attached to a noose during an anti-government rally in Sanaa February 10, 2012. Weakened by months of protests against Saleh's rule, the Yemeni government has lost control of whole chunks of the country, giving southern separatists, northern Shi'ite rebels and Islamist militants a window to further their goals. The signs read (top) "The people want the killers be executed" and (bottom) "Execution."

 “Rakyat mahukan pembunuh ini dihukum gantung “

Demonstrators hold a placard, which reads, "Homs, how small we are in front of you", during a protest against Syria's President Bashar al-Assad in Yabroud, near Damascus, February 7, 2012. Syrian forces thrust into the rebellious city of Homs on Wednesday, killing as many as 100 civilians by the account of opposition activists, and Turkey appeared to be preparing a new diplomatic push against Assad. Picture taken February 7, 2012.

“Homs, betapa kecilnya kami di hadapan anda”

 “Homs, how small we are in front of you”

A demonstrator holds a banner that reads "Homs not bleed? Homs donated blood for those not have blood" as they gather during a protest against Syria's President Bashar al-Assad, after Friday prayers in Barza near Damascus February 10, 2012.

“Homs tidak berdarah? Homs menderma darah bagi mereka yang tidak mempunyai darah”

People take part in a demonstration against the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad February 10, 2012 in New York.

People take part in a demonstration against the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad February 10, 2012 in New York.

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Zalimnya Rejim Bashar al-Assad ..

Mereka memukul saya pada kepala dan pada luka saya, tetapi saya berjaya melepaskan diri dengan bantuan daripada orang di sekeliling saya. Akhirnya, saya mendapati seseorang yang boleh merawat saya.dia seorang jururawat, bukan doktor. Beliau tidak mempunyai anestetik…selanjutnya baca di sini

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  1. power absolute power……
    jadikan manusia berkuasa kian gila….

  2. kisah benar ….
    http://www.veteranstoday.com/2012/02/08/independent-report-contradicts-western-portrait-of-syria/

  3. Ini adalah konflik antara Sunnah dgn Syiah. Tentera yang dibawah kekuasaan Syiah membunuh kaun Sunnah di Syria.

    Syaiah amat bahaya pada Islam. Sekain akidah yang terpesong, Syiah juga menganggap golongan Sunnah musuh mereka.

    Oleh itu awaslah dengan Syiah di Malaysia. Mereka cuba berkembang disini. Apabila sudah mempunyai pengaruh, perkara yang sedang berlaku di Syria akan berlaku di Malaysia.

  4. benar itu..ada majlis ulama berdialoq dgn puak syiah di malaysia..mereka sangat degil dan taksub dgn ajaran syiah. mereka(syiah) mahukan sesuatu syiah diiktiraf dimalaysia..xpaham kenapa orang melayu islam(sunni) boleh tukar pada syiah yang terang2 sesat..


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