Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Jun 15, 2010

Penderitaan Muslim Etnik Uzbek Dibunuh Dan Dihalau Dari Kampung Halaman

People help an elderly ethnic Uzbek man in front of his burnt-out house in Osh on June 15, 2010. Uzbekistan closed its border to refugees fleeing the deadly violence in Kyrgyzstan, some of whom have accused government forces of helping armed gangs slaughter ethnic Uzbeks.

People help an elderly ethnic Uzbek man in front of his burnt-out house in Osh on June 15, 2010. Uzbekistan closed its border to refugees fleeing the deadly violence in Kyrgyzstan, some of whom have accused government forces of helping armed gangs slaughter ethnic Uzbeks.

An elderly ethnic Uzbek man sits in front of his burnt-out house in Osh on June 15, 2010. Uzbekistan closed its border to refugees fleeing the deadly violence in Kyrgyzstan, some of whom have accused government forces of helping armed gangs slaughter ethnic Uzbeks.

An Ethnik Uzbek holds his head in his hands as he stands beside the wreckage of his burned out home in Osh on June 14, 2010. Deadly gun battles raged in the Kyrgyzstan city of Osh where bodies littered the streets as ethnic violence escalated and Uzbekistan raced to cope with a massive refugee influx.

Uzbek refugees seen with dead bodies in the southern Kyrgyz city of Osh, near the border with Uzbekistan, Monday, June 14, 2010. Some thousands of refugees have fled the pogrom that began last week in southern Kyrgyzstan.

Uzbek refugees seen with dead bodies in the southern Kyrgyz city of Osh, near the border with Uzbekistan, Monday, June 14, 2010. Some thousands of refugees have fled the pogrom that began last week in southern Kyrgyzstan.

An ethnic Uzbek mother holds her daughter as they wait at the Kyrgyz-Uzbek border outside a village of Suratash some 15 km to the south of Osh on June 14, 2010. Uzbekistan on Monday ordered its frontier closed to tens of thousands of refugees fleeing clashes between rival groups in Kyrgyzstan where government forces were accused of helping the slaughter of ethnic Uzbeks.

An ethnic Uzbek mother holds her daughter as they wait at the Kyrgyz-Uzbek border outside a village of Suratash some 15 km to the south of Osh on June 14, 2010. Uzbekistan on Monday ordered its frontier closed to tens of thousands of refugees fleeing clashes between rival groups in Kyrgyzstan where government forces were accused of helping the slaughter of ethnic Uzbeks.

An ethnic Uzbek mother holds her daughter as they wait at the Kyrgyz-Uzbek border outside a village of Suratash some 15 km to the south of Osh on June 14, 2010. Uzbekistan on Monday ordered its frontier closed to tens of thousands of refugees fleeing clashes between rival groups in Kyrgyzstan where government forces were accused of helping the slaughter of ethnic Uzbeks.

An ethnic Uzbek mother holds her daughter as they wait at the Kyrgyz-Uzbek border outside a village of Suratash some 15 km to the south of Osh on June 14, 2010. Uzbekistan on Monday ordered its frontier closed to tens of thousands of refugees fleeing clashes between rival groups in Kyrgyzstan where government forces were accused of helping the slaughter of ethnic Uzbeks.

Ethnic Uzbeks refugees stand at the Kyrgyz-Uzbek border in a village of Suratash some 15km to the south of Osh on June 14, 2010. Uzbekistan ordered its frontier closed to a mass exodus of refugees fleeing clashes between rival groups in Kyrgyzstan where government forces were accused of helping the slaughter of ethnic Uzbeks.

An Ethnik Uzbek man injured in ethnic violence rests in an Uzbek neighbourhood in Osh on June 14, 2010. Deadly gun battles raged in the Kyrgyzstan city of Osh where bodies littered the streets as ethnic violence escalated and Uzbekistan raced to cope with a massive refugee influx.

An Ethnik Uzbek man injured in ethnic violence rests in an Uzbek neighbourhood in Osh on June 14, 2010. Deadly gun battles raged in the Kyrgyzstan city of Osh where bodies littered the streets as ethnic violence escalated and Uzbekistan raced to cope with a massive refugee influx.

An ethnic Uzbek woman leaves Osh on June 15, 2010. Uzbekistan closed its border to refugees fleeing the deadly violence in Kyrgyzstan, some of whom have accused government forces of helping armed gangs slaughter ethnic Uzbeks.

An ethnic Uzbek woman leaves Osh on June 15, 2010. Uzbekistan closed its border to refugees fleeing the deadly violence in Kyrgyzstan, some of whom have accused government forces of helping armed gangs slaughter ethnic Uzbeks

Ethnik Uzbeks refugees stand at the Kyrgyz-Uzbek border outside a village of Suratash some 15km to the south of Osh on June 14, 2010. Uzbekistan ordered its frontier closed to a mass exodus of refugees fleeing clashes between rival groups in Kyrgyzstan where government forces were accused of helping the slaughter of ethnic Uzbeks.

Ethnik Uzbeks refugees stand at the Kyrgyz-Uzbek border outside a village of Suratash some 15km to the south of Osh on June 14, 2010. Uzbekistan ordered its frontier closed to a mass exodus of refugees fleeing clashes between rival groups in Kyrgyzstan where government forces were accused of helping the slaughter of ethnic Uzbeks.

An ethnic Uzbek mother, holds her son as they wait inside of a house at the Kyrgyz-Uzbek border outside a village of Suratash some 15 km to the south of Osh on June 14, 2010. Uzbekistan on Monday ordered its frontier closed to tens of thousands of refugees fleeing clashes between rival groups in Kyrgyzstan where government forces were accused of helping the slaughter of ethnic Uzbeks.

An ethnic Uzbek mother, holds her son as they wait inside of a house at the Kyrgyz-Uzbek border outside a village of Suratash some 15 km to the south of Osh on June 14, 2010. Uzbekistan on Monday ordered its frontier closed to tens of thousands of refugees fleeing clashes between rival groups in Kyrgyzstan where government forces were accused of helping the slaughter of ethnic Uzbeks.

Ethnic Uzbeks refugees stand at the Kyrgyz-Uzbek border outside a village of Suratash some 15 km to the south of Osh on June 14, 2010. Uzbekistan on Monday ordered its frontier closed to tens of thousands of refugees fleeing clashes between rival groups in Kyrgyzstan where government forces were accused of helping the slaughter of ethnic Uzbeks.

Ethnic Uzbeks refugees stand at the Kyrgyz-Uzbek border outside a village of Suratash some 15 km to the south of Osh on June 14, 2010.

Ethnic Uzbeks refugees stand at the Kyrgyz-Uzbek border outside a village of Suratash some 15km to the south of Osh on June 14, 2010. Uzbekistan ordered its frontier closed to a mass exodus of refugees fleeing clashes between rival groups in Kyrgyzstan where government forces were accused of helping the slaughter of ethnic Uzbeks.

Ethnic Uzbeks refugees stand at the Kyrgyz-Uzbek border outside a village of Suratash some 15kms to the south of Osh on June 14, 2010. Uzbekistan ordered its frontier closed to a mass exodus of refugees fleeing clashes between rival groups in Kyrgyzstan where government forces were accused of helping the slaughter of ethnic Uzbeks.

Ethnic Uzbeks refugees stand at the Kyrgyz-Uzbek border outside a village of Suratash some 15kms to the south of Osh on June 14, 2010

Ethnic Uzbeks refugees stand at the Kyrgyz-Uzbek border outside a village of Suratash some 15kms to the south of Osh on June 14, 2010. Uzbekistan ordered its frontier closed to a mass exodus of refugees fleeing clashes between rival groups in Kyrgyzstan where government forces were accused of helping the slaughter of ethnic Uzbeks.

An ethnic Uzbek mother feeds her child at the Kyrgyz-Uzbek border in a village of Suratash some 15 km to the south of Osh on June 14, 2010. Uzbekistan ordered its frontier closed today to tens of thousands of refugees fleeing clashes between rival groups in Kyrgyzstan where government forces were accused of helping the slaughter of ethnic Uzbeks.

An ethnic Uzbek woman cries as she rides on a bus as it leaves Osh on June 15, 2010. Uzbekistan closed its border to refugees fleeing the deadly violence in Kyrgyzstan, some of whom have accused government forces of helping armed gangs slaughter ethnic Uzbeks.

An ethnic Uzbek woman cries as she leaves Osh on June 15, 2010. Uzbekistan closed its border to refugees fleeing the deadly violence in Kyrgyzstan, some of whom have accused government forces of helping armed gangs slaughter ethnic Uzbeks.

An ethnic Uzbek woman cries as she leaves Osh on June 15, 2010. Uzbekistan closed its border to refugees fleeing the deadly violence in Kyrgyzstan, some of whom have accused government forces of helping armed gangs slaughter ethnic Uzbeks.

Rusuhan etnik Kyrgyz: Hampir 100,000 jadi pelarian

GENEVA 15 Jun – Jawatankuasa Palang Merah Antarabangsa (ICRC) semalam berkata, rusuhan etnik di Kyrgyzstan telah menyebabkan seramai 80,000 orang pelarian tiba di Uzbekistan dan lebih 15,000 orang lagi sedang menunggu untuk menyeberangi sempadan.

Ketua operasi ICRC bagi Asia Tengah dan Eropah Timur, Meige Wagner berkata, dianggarkan 80,000 orang pelarian menyeberangi sempadan ke Uzbekistan.

“Pagi ini kami mendapat tahu kira-kira 15,000 orang sedang menunggu di Kyrgyz untuk menyeberangi sempadan,” katanya.

Sementara itu Amerika Syarikat (AS) berjanji untuk menyalurkan bantuan kemanusiaan bagi pelarian dari Kyrgyzstan bernilai lebih AS$1 juta (RM3.2 juta), kata kedutaannya semalam.

“Kerajaan AS komited untuk menyumbang bantuan segera kemanusiaan sebanyak AS$800,000 (RM2,560),” kata satu kenyataan yang dikeluarkan oleh kedutaan tersebut. – AFP

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Bakiyev seru etnik Kurgyz, Uzbek berdamai

MINSK, Belarus 15 Jun – Bekas presiden Kyrgyzstan yang digulingkan, Kurmanbek Bakiyev semalam meminta semua bekas negara-negara blok Soviet agar menghantar tentera masing-masing bagi menghentikan konflik etnik di sana.

Bakiyev yang hidup dalam buangan selepas digulingkan pada April lalu ketika bercakap di Belarus turut menyeru kumpulan etnik negaranya agar kembali bersatu secara aman selepas berlaku keganasan terburuk di selatan Kyrgyzstan yang meragut lebih 124 orang dan puluhan ribu entik Uzbeks melarikan diri ke sempadan.

“Saya menyeru kedua-dua kaum, Kyrgyz dan Uzbek agar menghentikan pertumpahan darah berikutan kegagalan kerajaan sementara menangani konflik ini,” kata Bakyyev pada sidang berita di Minsk. – Reuters


Responses

  1. Salam 1Malaysia aka
    Salam TGNA suka.

    Orang Muslim Malaysia.
    Kena belajaq dari kejadian ini.

    Jangan dok bergaduh sesama sendiri.
    Jangan dok lemahkan satu sama lain.
    Jangan dok pertikai, siapa lebih muslim.
    Jangan dok pertikai serban, ketayap dan kopiah.
    Jangan dok menghukum.

    Sekadaq pesan pada tua2 kurang membaca.

    • ALOO BEWAK PEJUANG MELAYU……..

      MELAYU ADALAH SATU BANGSA YANG TERMELIA DI DONIA. TADAK BANGSA LEIN YANG LEBIH MELIA DARI BANGSA MELAYU. DAH DITAKDIQKAN BANGSA MELAYU PILIHAN ALLAH.

      SAPA2 YANG MENGHINA BANGSA MELAYU BULIH JADI MURTAD. ALLAH TAK SUKA MANA HAMBA DIA DOK HINA BANGSA MELAYU.

      SAPA2 YANG HINA ISLAM, BULIH PAHALA. SABIK TU LA TUN MAHDIAQ DOK HABAQ NABI SIMPAN JANGGUT SABIK MASATU TADAK GILLETTE. BETUI JUGAK KATA MAHDIAQ SABIK ORANG ARAB MASA TU, BULU PELIAQ DEPA PON SAMPAI MELERET KELUAQ JUBAH PANJANGNYA SABIK TADAK PEKAKAS NAK POTONG BULU PELIAQ TU.

      BANGSA MANA BULIH CELENG NGAN BANGSA MELAYU…..SAPA BULIH WAT JALUQ GEMILANG TERBESAQ DI DONIA YANG TOK MAT TEMPEK KAT BANGUNAN ANGKASA PURI TU.

      MAKNUSIA, KALU DEPA MENGAKU MELAYU, MISTI KENA RASIS NGAN MELAYU. SAMPAI DALAM SUMA SEGI MELAYU TAKLEH DILUPAKAN.

      TAHU KA…SABIK APA MELAYU TU SANGAT MELIA, TAK LEIN DAN TAK BUKAN SABIK PARTI BEWAK LA. PARTI BEWAK NI DEPA TAK KIGHA ASALKAN MELAYU BULIH DOK ATAIH DAGHI BANGSA LEIN. ORANG YAHUDI HABAQ BANGSA YAHUDI ADALAH BANGSA PILIHAN ALLAH. PARTI BEWAK DOK HABAQ MELAYU LEBIH MELIA. BIAQ LA DEPA SAMA2 BEWAK DOK BALAH NAK MEMELIAKAN BANGSA MASING2.

      ” ORANG YANG MELIA DI SISI ALLAH BUKAN ARAB DAN BUKAN ARAB TETAPI ORANG YANG BERTAQWA” – AYAT

      KALU LA NABI MUHAMMAD NI ORANG MELAYU…….FUUUHHHHHHH BERTAMBAH MELIA LA MELAYU. MELAYU AKAN LEBIH DIMELIAKAN OLEH BANGSA2 LEIN SAMPAI SANGGUP BASUH BEGHAK ORANG MELAYU.

      * ABANG MELAYU JUGAK….TAPI JENIH TAK SEMELIA MELAYU PARTI BEWAK.

      he he he
      gurau ngan melayu termelia di donia.

  2. salam,

    Yg besongkok saja lah lebih melia dari sereban dan ketayap.Kasta depa tinggi melangit.Lagi tinggi songkok depa lagi tinggi makam depa.Sebab tu yg halal haram langgaq serupa saja tak bleh di tegoq.

  3. salam bro n sis……………
    untuk budak tua songkok tinggi………..

    tak dak sapa dok petikai serban n ketayap………
    hang saja laa Bt……. pernah petikai dulu dlm tulisan hang……..
    cua hang tengok balik apa yg hang tulih dulu tu………….

    kalu dulu sukusakat hang jugak yg dok petikai tu……..tak kan buat-buat tak tau kotttttttt?????

    dulu kat kedah geng montoya ngan high chapral…….dok buat parti…………siap ngan topi mexico lagi………..
    depa rela pakai jubah mexico……jubah ulama’ depa sindiaq-sindiaq main……..sukusakat hang laa BT dok sindiaq-sindiaq tu……….

    kah kah kah………

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  5. Aku stuju dgn Nasik Kandaq.

    Dalam Pakatan,
    tak dak sapa dok
    pertikai serban n ketayap.

    Sebab apa?

    Sebab geng PAS pun ada yang suka
    pakai songkok tinggi.

  6. Kadang2 depa dok peghasan pakai lebai putih tu alim tarak dahh..orag pakai kopiah hitam ni buta kayu..padahal hak lebai putih lagi mangkok hayon..cakap lucah tak ingat2..hampa p tgk kat kedai kopi kot kg2. cakap politik mesti Islam..tapi jahil nak mampus..dah la ilmu tak dak. pakai ikut orang saja..Bodoh…dulu kat kedah ni..dok kempen nak kerajaan Islam..tp lepas dapat kat PAS..Islam apa lepas mana!!!Org kalau dah diperintah oleh PAS ni sekurang2nya masjid penuh la jamaah waktu..tp yg becakap n dok seru nak tegak ajaran Islam pun tak mai masjid sembahyang waktu..Bodoh gheput…aku tak tau la yang dok bg response kat atas respose aku ni p jamaah masjid ka dak>>

  7. cam bodoh je komen di sini. melayu sebelah utara memang mudah taksub dan bercakar sama sendiri. mungkin sebab tahap buta huruf masing tinggi dan kurang pergaulan berbanding melayu di sebelah barat dan selatan.


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