Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Mei 16, 2010

Angka korban meningkat kepada 23 orang dalam tempoh dua hari…

A demonstrator using a helmet of a firefighter lies on the floor after being badly wounded by a shooting during clashes between demonstrators and security forces in Bangkok on May 15, 2010. The Thai army said it plans to move against anti-government protesters' sprawling base in the capital if they do not disperse, but gave no timetable for taking the action.

A demonstrator using a helmet of a firefighter lies on the floor after being badly wounded by a shooting during clashes between demonstrators and security forces in Bangkok on May 15, 2010. The Thai army said it plans to move against anti-government protesters’ sprawling base in the capital if they do not disperse, but gave no timetable for taking the action

BANGKOK, THAILAND - MAY 15:  Red shirt protesters cover the face of a man killed by Thai military as the violence in central part of the city escalates on May 15, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand. So far at least 154 have been injured and over 20 killed in the clashes as the military and the government launched an operation to disperse anti-government protesters who have closed parts of the city for two months. A state of emergency is in effect that spreads to 17 provinces in the country. The Thai army declared certain protest areas where clashes are taking place as a 'Live Fire Zone.'

BANGKOK, THAILAND – MAY 15: Red shirt protesters cover the face of a man killed by Thai military as the violence in central part of the city escalates on May 15, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand. So far at least 154 have been injured and over 20 killed in the clashes as the military and the government launched an operation to disperse anti-government protesters who have closed parts of the city for two months. A state of emergency is in effect that spreads to 17 provinces in the country. The Thai army declared certain protest areas where clashes are taking place as a ‘Live Fire Zone.’

Thai men crawl on the ground to they recover the body of a man killed during clashes in Bangkok on May 15, 2010. Raging violence in the heart of the Thai capital claimed six more lives as the embattled premier vowed no turning back and the army threatened a crackdown on thousands of protesters.

Thai men crawl on the ground to they recover the body of a man killed during clashes in Bangkok on May 15, 2010. Raging violence in the heart of the Thai capital claimed six more lives as the embattled premier vowed no turning back and the army threatened a crackdown on thousands of protesters.

BANGKOK, THAILAND - MAY 15:  Anti-government red shirt protesters seek cover during street clashes as the violence in central part of the city escalates on May 15, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand. So far at least 154 have been injured and over 20 killed in the clashes as the military and the government launched an operation to disperse anti-government protesters who have closed parts of the city for two months. A state of emergency is in effect that spreads to 17 provinces in the country. The Thai army declared certain protest areas where clashes are taking place as a 'Live Fire Zone.'

BANGKOK, THAILAND – MAY 15: Anti-government red shirt protesters seek cover during street clashes as the violence in central part of the city escalates on May 15, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand. So far at least 154 have been injured and over 20 killed in the clashes as the military and the government launched an operation to disperse anti-government protesters who have closed parts of the city for two months. A state of emergency is in effect that spreads to 17 provinces in the country. The Thai army declared certain protest areas where clashes are taking place as a ‘Live Fire Zone.’

BANGKOK, THAILAND - MAY 15:  Anti-government red shirt protester adds to a burning pile of tires during street clashes as the violence in central part of the city escalates on May 15, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand. So far at least 154 have been injured and over 20 killed in the clashes as the military and the government launched an operation to disperse anti-government protesters who have closed parts of the city for two months. A state of emergency is in effect that spreads to 17 provinces in the country. The Thai army declared certain protest areas where clashes are taking place as a 'Live Fire Zone.'

A Thai man lies on the ground near a burnt out military truck that was set on fire during clashes between demonstrators and security forces in Bangkok on May 15, 2010. Eight people were killed and almost 50 injured in fresh violence in the Thai capital as troops clashed with opposition protesters, emergency services said.

BANGKOK, THAILAND - MAY 15:  Red shirt protesters run away from the gunfire coming from the military as the violence in central part of the city escalates on May 15, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand. So far at least 154 have been injured and over 20 killed in the clashes as the military and the government launched an operation to disperse anti-government protesters who have closed parts of the city for two months. A state of emergency is in effect that spreads to 17 provinces in the country. The Thai army declared certain protest areas where clashes are taking place as a 'Live Fire Zone.'

BANGKOK, THAILAND - MAY 15:  An anti-government protester fires a slingshot at Thai military forces as the violence in central part of the city escalates on May 15, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand. So far at least 154 have been injured and over 20 killed in the clashes as the military and the government launched an operation to disperse anti-government protesters who have closed parts of the city for two months. A state of emergency is in effect that spreads to 17 provinces in the country. The Thai army declared certain protest areas where clashes are taking place as a 'Live Fire Zone.'

BANGKOK, THAILAND – MAY 15: An anti-government protester fires a slingshot at Thai military forces as the violence in central part of the city escalates on May 15, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand. So far at least 154 have been injured and over 20 killed in the clashes as the military and the government launched an operation to disperse anti-government protesters who have closed parts of the city for two months. A state of emergency is in effect that spreads to 17 provinces in the country. The Thai army declared certain protest areas where clashes are taking place as a ‘Live Fire Zone.’

BANGKOK, THAILAND - MAY 15:  An anti-government red shirt protester seeks cover after adding to a burning pile of tires during street clashes as the violence in central part of the city escalates on May 15, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand. So far at least 154 have been injured and over 20 killed in the clashes as the military and the government launched an operation to disperse anti-government protesters who have closed parts of the city for two months. A state of emergency is in effect that spreads to 17 provinces in the country. The Thai army declared certain protest areas where clashes are taking place as a 'Live Fire Zone.'

A demonstrator uses a slingshot to launch firecrackers against security forces during clashes in Bangkok on May 15, 2010. Six people were killed and 31 injured in fresh violence as troops clashed with opposition protesters in the Thai capital, emergency services said.

A demonstrator throws a tyre during clashes with security forces in Bangkok on May 15, 2010. Six people were killed and 31 injured in fresh violence as troops clashed with opposition protesters in the Thai capital, emergency services said.

A demonstrator uses a firecracker against security forces during clashes in Bangkok on May 15, 2010. The Thai army threatened a crackdown to clear a vast protest site in the capital where at least three more people died in fresh clashes between troops and 'Red Shirt' demonstrators.

A demonstrator pushes a burning tyre during clashes with security forces in Bangkok on May 15, 2010. Six people were killed and 31 injured in fresh violence as troops clashed with opposition protesters in the Thai capital, emergency services said.

Anti-government 'red shirt' protestors create a burning barricade on Rama IV road to stop army soldiers from advancing in Bangkok May 15, 2010. Thai troops fired at protesters on Saturday in a third day of fighting on Bangkok's streets that has killed 17 people as soldiers struggle to isolate a sprawling encampment of demonstrators seeking to topple the government.

A 'red shirt' protester aims his slingshot at army soldiers during clashes at Rama IV Street  in Bangkok May 15, 2010. Thailand's military will send in reinforcements to assist troops struggling to seal off an encampment occupied by thousands of anti-government protesters, an army spokesman said on Saturday.

A Thai army soldier and a sniper fire at anti-government protesters after getting fire from them in Bangkok, Thailand, Saturday, May 15, 2010. Thai troops faced off against die-hard protesters vowing to defend their fortified encampment in downtown Bangkok on Saturday, following two days of running gunbattles that killed 16 people and wounded nearly 160.

A Thai army soldier and a sniper fire at anti-government protesters after getting fire from them in Bangkok, Thailand, Saturday, May 15, 2010. Thai troops faced off against die-hard protesters vowing to defend their fortified encampment in downtown Bangkok on Saturday, following two days of running gunbattles that killed 16 people and wounded nearly 160.

Thai rescue personal carry a badly wounded man during clashes between demonstrators and security forces in Bangkok on May 15, 2010. The Thai army said it plans to move against anti-government protesters' sprawling base in the capital if they do not disperse, but gave no timetable for taking the action.

An anti-government protestor walks past tires set on fire by 'red shirt' supporters trying to block army soldiers along Rama IV road in Bangkok May 15, 2010. Thai troops fired at protesters on Saturday in a third day of fighting on Bangkok's streets that has killed 17 people as soldiers struggle to isolate a sprawling encampment of demonstrators seeking to topple the government.

The Thai army threatened a crackdown to clear a vast protest site in the capital where at least three more people died in fresh clashes between troops and 'Red Shirt' demonstrators.

Thai army soldiers stay on guard at their positions during clashes with anti-government protesters in central Bangkok May 15, 2010. Thai troops fired at protesters on Saturday in a third day of fighting on Bangkok's streets that has killed 17 people as soldiers struggle to isolate a sprawling encampment of demonstrators seeking to topple the government.

An anti-government protester carries a tire to be burnt as smoke plummets in the streets during a shooting between them and Thai soldiers on Saturday May 15, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand. Thai troops clashed with protesters for a third day in Bangkok on Saturday as streets in the center of the Asian metropolis became battlegrounds and authorities struggled to contain demonstrators demanding the prime minister's resignation.

A demonstrator wounded during clashes with security forces is carried to an ambulance in Bangkok on May 15, 2010. The Thai army said it plans to move against anti-government protesters' sprawling base in the capital if they do not disperse, but gave no timetable for taking the action.

A Thai army soldier and an army sniper (R) shoot during clashes with anti-government protesters in central Bangkok May 15, 2010. Thai troops fired at protesters on Saturday in a third day of fighting on Bangkok's streets that has killed 17 people as soldiers struggle to isolate a sprawling encampment of demonstrators seeking to topple the government.

Raging violence in the Thai capital claimed three more lives as gunfire and explosions echoed around tense streets where there have been pitched street battles between troops and protesters.

Thai soldiers take aim at ''Red Shirt'' anti governement protesters (not seen) during ongoing clashes in Bangkok on May 15, 2010. The Thai army said it plans to move against anti-government protesters' sprawling base in the capital if they do not disperse, but gave no timetable for taking the action.

Thai ''Red Shirt'' anti governement protesters burn tyres during clashes in Bangkok on May 15, 2010. The Thai army said it plans to move against anti-government protesters' sprawling base in the capital if they do not disperse, but gave no timetable for taking the action.

Thai rescue personal carry a badly wounded man during clashes between demonstrators and security forces in Bangkok on May 15, 2010. The Thai army said it plans to move against anti-government protesters' sprawling base in the capital if they do not disperse, but gave no timetable for taking the action.

CORRECTION IDENTITY OF VICTIM A slain Thai man lies on the ground following fresh street battles between troops and protestors, near an anti-government protest site in downtown Bangkok on May 15, 2010. Raging violence in the Thai capital claimed three more lives as gunfire and explosions echoed around tense streets where there have been pitched street battles between troops and protesters.

CORRECTION IDENTITY OF VICTIM A slain Thai man lies on the ground following fresh street battles between troops and protestors, near an anti-government protest site in downtown Bangkok on May 15, 2010. Raging violence in the Thai capital claimed three more lives as gunfire and explosions echoed around tense streets where there have been pitched street battles between troops and protesters

CORRECTION IDENTITY OF VICTIM A slain Thai man (top R) lies on the ground along with injured people following fresh street battles between troops and protestors, near an anti-government protest site in downtown Bangkok on May 15, 2010. Raging violence in the Thai capital claimed three more lives as gunfire and explosions echoed around tense streets where there have been pitched street battles between troops and protesters.

A massive head wound is show of a protester apparently shot by sniper fire during a stand off with military is t, Saturday, May 15, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand. Thai troops clashed with die-hard protesters vowing to defend their fortified encampment in downtown Bangkok on Saturday following two days of running gunbattles that killed 16 people and wounded nearly 160.

A man is dragged after being shot at Rama IV Street during clashes between army soldiers and anti-government 'red shirt' supporters in Bangkok May 15, 2010. Thailand's military will send in reinforcements to assist troops struggling to seal an off an encampment occupied occupied by thousands of anti-government protesters, an army spokesman said on Saturday.

A man is dragged after being shot at Rama IV Street during clashes between army soldiers and anti-government ‘red shirt’ supporters in Bangkok May 15, 2010. Thailand’s military will send in reinforcements to assist troops struggling to seal an off an encampment occupied occupied by thousands of anti-government protesters, an army spokesman said on Saturday.

The body of a protester shot in the head is dragged from the street under the fear of sniper fire, Saturday, May 15, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand. Thai troops clashed with die-hard protesters vowing to defend their fortified encampment in downtown Bangkok on Saturday following two days of running gunbattles that killed 16 people and wounded nearly 160.

The body of a protester shot in the head is recovered from the street, Saturday, May 15, 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand. Thai troops clashed with die-hard protesters vowing to defend their fortified encampment in downtown Bangkok on Saturday following two days of running gunbattles that killed 16 people and wounded nearly 160.

Thai men believed to be anti-government protesters lie dead in the street after being shot by an unidentified sniper Saturday, May 15, 2010, in Bangkok, Thailand. Thai troops clashed with protesters for a third day in Bangkok on Saturday, as streets in the center of the Asian metropolis became battlegrounds and authorities struggled to contain Red Shirt demonstrators demanding the prime minister's resignation.

Thai men believed to be anti-government protesters lie dead in the street after being shot by an unidentified sniper Saturday, May 15, 2010, in Bangkok, Thailand. Thai troops clashed with protesters for a third day in Bangkok on Saturday, as streets in the center of the Asian metropolis became battlegrounds and authorities struggled to contain Red Shirt demonstrators demanding the prime minister’s resignation.

6 lagi maut pertempuran di Bangkok

BANGKOK 15 Mei – Keganasan di ibu negara Thailand ini meragut enam lagi nyawa hari ini, sementara bunyi tembakan dan letupan terus bergema di jalan-jalan raya yang menjadi medan pertempuran sengit antara askar dengan penunjuk perasaan Baju Merah.

Kematian terbaru itu menjadikan angka korban meningkat kepada 23 orang dalam tempoh dua hari, selepas tentera cuba mengepung markas penunjuk perasaan antikerajaan kelmarin, manakala hampir 150 lagi cedera.

Sejumlah 141 orang cedera, tiga daripada mereka rakyat Kanada, Myanmar dan Poland, tetapi keadaan mereka tidak diketahui.

“Situasi sekarang hampir seperti perang saudara. Saya tidak pasti bagaimana konflik ini akan berakhir,” kata seorang pemimpin Baju Merah, Jatuporn Prompan.

Setakat ini, hampir 50 orang telah terbunuh dalam keganasan yang meletus sejak Baju Merah melancarkan protes dua bulan lalu.

Seorang saksi melihat mayat tiga orang bergelimpangan di sebatang jalan di sebelah utara kem Baju Merah di tengah ibu negara.

Tidak diketahui bagaimana mereka terbunuh tetapi tentera mendirikan papan tanda yang mengisytiharkan kawasan itu sebagai ‘zon tembakan peluru hidup’.

Bunyi tembakan kedengaran di tempat lain dan tayar-tayar yang dibakar mengeluarkan kepulan asap tebal sementara sekumpulan penunjuk perasaan berhadapan dengan askar di kawasan berasingan di mana pertempuran sengit meletus, semalam.

Kawasan yang menempatkan kedutaan asing itu juga meliputi pusat kewangan dan pasar malam Suan Lum yang popular di kalangan pelancong asing.

Polis berkata, beratus-ratus penunjuk perasaan masih menduduki pusat kewangan itu, sekalipun kerajaan mengarahkan operasi tentera ke kawasan tersebut semalam untuk mengusir penunjuk perasaan dari kawasan itu.

“Situasi sekarang terkawal dan reda di banyak tempat tetapi operasi tentera akan diteruskan kerana banyak perkara yang perlu dilakukan bagi memulihkan keadaan,” kata jurucakap kerajaan, Panitan Wattanayagorn.

Pusat kecemasan Erawan melaporkan, 16 orang maut dalam pertempuran semalam, kesemuanya rakyat Thai dan kebanyakan mereka mangsa tembakan. Seorang lagi meninggal dunia lewat kelmarin. – AF


Responses

  1. inilah pembalasan terhadap rakyat di narathiwat & pattani…doa mustajab dari alim ulamak di dua wilayah berkenaan..amin.

  2. Ya! Abisheek dan Thaksin kedua2nya adalah musuh kepada rakyat Islam Patani.
    Pertempuran ini dijangka tidak akan berakhir selagi Thaksin tidak dibenarkan kembali ke Thailand.

    Harta Thaksin yang dibekukan oleh kerajaan Abisheek bernilai bilion RM. Thaksin akan membelanjakan separuh dari harta ini untuk memgharu harakan Thailand sehingga Pilihanraya baru diadakan dan berharap calon proxy Thaksin menang dan menjadi PM Thailand…

    Semoga sikap jahat pemimpin2 kafir Thailand ini dibalas Allah kerana dosa mereka kepada rakyat Patani..

  3. Berdoalah agar negara siam kafir ini terus bergolak.


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