Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Januari 29, 2011

Terkini dari Kaherah.. Ribuan kembali semula ke Dataran Tahrir desak Mubarak undur

CAIRO, EGYPT - JANUARY 29: Demonstators gather in Tarhir Square on January 29, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt. Tens of thousands of demonstrators have taken to the streets across Egypt in Cairo, Suez, and Alexandria to call for the resignation of  President Hosni Mubarak. Riot police and the Army have been sent into the streets to quell the protests, which so far have claimed 32 lives and left more than a thousand injured.

CAIRO, EGYPT – JANUARY 29: Demonstators gather in Tarhir Square on January 29, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt. Tens of thousands of demonstrators have taken to the streets across Egypt in Cairo, Suez, and Alexandria to call for the resignation of President Hosni Mubarak. Riot police and the Army have been sent into the streets to quell the protests, which so far have claimed 32 lives and left more than a thousand injured.

CAIRO, EGYPT - JANUARY 29: Protestors flee a volley tear gas in Tarhir Square on January 29, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt. Tens of thousands of demonstrators have taken to the streets across Egypt in Cairo, Suez, and Alexandria to call for the resignation of  President Hosni Mubarak. Riot police and the Army have been sent into the streets to quell the protests, which so far have claimed 32 lives and left more than a thousand injured.

CAIRO, EGYPT – JANUARY 29: Protestors flee a volley tear gas in Tarhir Square on January 29, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt. Tens of thousands of demonstrators have taken to the streets across Egypt in Cairo, Suez, and Alexandria to call for the resignation of President Hosni Mubarak. Riot police and the Army have been sent into the streets to quell the protests, which so far have claimed 32 lives and left more than a thousand injured.

An anti-government protester, standing atop an Egyptian army armoured personnel carrier throws a stone towards Egyptian police, background, in Cairo, Egypt, Saturday, Jan. 29, 2011. The army was using its vehicles to protect the police forces from the protesters, but their line is breached by protesters.

An anti-government protester, standing atop an Egyptian army armoured personnel carrier throws a stone towards Egyptian police, background, in Cairo, Egypt, Saturday, Jan. 29, 2011. The army was using its vehicles to protect the police forces from the protesters, but their line is breached by protesters.

An Egyptian soldier stand guard as slogan written in Arabic reads down Mubarak on an armored vehicle in central Cairo on January 29, 2011. Egypt's embattled President Hosni Mubarak addressed the nation for the first time since deadly protests erupted against his regime, vowing reform but showing no sign of relaxing his decades-old grip on power.

An Egyptian man stands in front of a burning armored vehicle in central Cairo on January 29, 2011. Egypt's embattled President Hosni Mubarak addressed the nation for the first time since deadly protests erupted against his regime, vowing reform but showing no sign of relaxing his decades-old grip on power.

An Egyptian man stands in front of a burning armored vehicle in central Cairo on January 29, 2011. Egypt’s embattled President Hosni Mubarak addressed the nation for the first time since deadly protests erupted against his regime, vowing reform but showing no sign of relaxing his decades-old grip on power.

Egyptians look at a burnt armored vehicle in central Cairo on January 29, 2011. Egypt's embattled President Hosni Mubarak addressed the nation for the first time since deadly protests erupted against his regime, vowing reform but showing no sign of relaxing his decades-old grip on power.

Smoke rises from the burnt headquarters of the ruling National Democratic party (NDP) in central Cairo on January 29, 2011. Egypt's embattled President Hosni Mubarak addressed the nation for the first time since deadly protests erupted against his regime, vowing reform but showing no sign of relaxing his decades-old grip on power.

Smoke rises from the burnt headquarters of the ruling National Democratic party (NDP) in central Cairo on January 29, 2011. Egypt’s embattled President Hosni Mubarak addressed the nation for the first time since deadly protests erupted against his regime, vowing reform but showing no sign of relaxing his decades-old grip on power.

Smoke rises from the burnt headquarters of the ruling National Democratic party (NDP) in central Cairo on January 29, 2011. Egypt's embattled President Hosni Mubarak addressed the nation for the first time since deadly protests erupted against his regime, vowing reform but showing no sign of relaxing his decades-old grip on power.

An Egyptian man bulds a barricade in front of a tank in central Cairo on January 29, 2011. Egypt's embattled President Hosni Mubarak addressed the nation for the first time since deadly protests erupted against his regime, vowing reform but showing no sign of relaxing his decades-old grip on power.

A billboard featuring an image of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, is defaced and torn by anti-government protesters in Cairo, Egypt, Saturday, Jan. 29, 2011. The billboard reads in Arabic part of the following sentence: ' National Democratic Party Headquarters in Giza Governorate' , referring to Mubarak's ruling party.

A billboard featuring an image of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, is defaced and torn by anti-government protesters in Cairo, Egypt, Saturday, Jan. 29, 2011. The billboard reads in Arabic part of the following sentence: ‘ National Democratic Party Headquarters in Giza Governorate’ , referring to Mubarak’s ruling party.

Egyptian anti-government protesters who spent the night in Tahrir square in Cairo, Egypt,  are seen backdropped by smoke billowing from a burning building Saturday, Jan. 29, 2011.

Egyptian anti-government protesters who spent the night in Tahrir square in Cairo, Egypt, are seen backdropped by smoke billowing from a burning building Saturday, Jan. 29, 2011.

An Egyptian anti-government activist, wounded during clashes with police, poses for the photographer along with other protesters in Tahrir square in Cairo, Egypt, early Saturday, Jan. 29, 2011. Mobile phone service have been partially restored in Egypt, Saturday, after the recent communications blackout.

An Egyptian anti-government activist, wounded during clashes with police, poses for the photographer along with other protesters in Tahrir square in Cairo, Egypt, early Saturday, Jan. 29, 2011. Mobile phone service have been partially restored in Egypt, Saturday, after the recent communications blackout.

Egyptian demonstrators resume their protests in central Cairo's Tahrir square on January 29, 2011, after Egypt's embattled President Hosni Mubarak addressed the nation overnight for the first time since deadly protests erupted against his regime, vowing reform but showing no sign of relaxing his decades-old grip on power.

Egyptian demonstrators resume their protests in central Cairo’s Tahrir square on January 29, 2011, after Egypt’s embattled President Hosni Mubarak addressed the nation overnight for the first time since deadly protests erupted against his regime, vowing reform but showing no sign of relaxing his decades-old grip on power.

A youth takes photos of the burning building of the ruling National Democratic party in Cairo January 29, 2011. Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak refused on Saturday to bow to demands that he resign after ordering troops and tanks into cities in an attempt to quell an explosion of street protests against his 30-year rule.

Egyptian protesters greet army soldiers atop their vehicles carrying a Egypt flag in central Cairo, Egypt, Saturday, Jan. 29, 2011. Hundreds of anti-government protesters have returned to Cairo's central Tahrir Square, chanting slogans against Hosni Mubarak just hours after the Egyptian president fired his Cabinet but refused to step down.

Hari Ke 5.. Ribuan Penunjuk Perasaan Kembali Semula Ke Dataran Tahrir Desak Mubarak Berundur

Protesters return to Cairo’s Tahrir Square

29/01/2011 5:01pm (11:05am Cairo)

CAIRO – Hundreds of anti-government protesters returned Saturday to the streets of central Cairo, chanting slogans against Hosni Mubarak just hours after the Egyptian president fired his Cabinet and promised reforms but refused to step down.

The sight of protesters pouring into Cairo’s downtown Tahrir Square for a fifth day indicated Mubarak’s words in a televised speech shortly after midnight had done little to cool the anger over Egypt’s crushing poverty, unemployment and corruption.

Over five days of protests — the largest Egypt has experienced in decades — protesters have overwhelmed police forces in Cairo and other cities around the nation with their numbers and in attacks with rocks and firebombs.

Overnight, the government called in military forces and by morning the army had replaced police in guarding government buildings and other key areas.

Several tanks were parked in the vast Tahrir Square, but soldiers did not intervene in Saturday’s protest there. Not far from the square, the army sealed off the road leading to the parliament and Cabinet buildings.

Along the Nile, smoke was still billowing from the ruling party’s headquarters, which protesters set ablaze during Friday’s unrest, the most dramatic day of protests since the unrest began on Tuesday.

Also Saturday, mobile phone services were restored after a government-ordered communications blackout aimed at stopping Friday’s protests. Protesters have used text messaging and social networking websites to coordinate demonstrations.

Vodafone and Mobinil cell phone services were working Saturday morning, about 24 hours after they were cut. Internet service appeared to remain down.

Vodafone said Friday that the Egyptian government had ordered all mobile telephone operators to suspend services “in selected areas” of the country. Britain-based Vodafone Group PLC is one of the largest mobile phone operators in Egypt, with more than 25 million subscribers.AP


Responses

  1. ASTAGA RAKYAT MEREKA SUNGGUH BERANI !

    • ya. semoga rakyat kita mencontohi rakyat mesir dalam menentang ketidakadilan pemimpin bn dan umno barua amerika dan israel laknattullah.

  2. Salam 1Malaysia.

    Mubarak ni, tak reti reti.
    Bukang susah sangat.
    Dia letak jawatan, tinggalkan Mesir.
    Habis cerita.

    Dah 40 tahun, tak reti.
    Sekarang susah nak reti.
    Koot.

    Sekadaq koot lah.

    • Termasuk jugak suku-sakat hang
      dalam UMNO-BN tuh…!!!!

      BN dah lebih 50 tahun mentadbir negara,
      tapi kedudukan orang Melayu masih tak kemana…!!!

      • haik, tukang tambah.
        bila pulak, hang belajaq.
        tambah-tambah ni.

        lainlah, kalau hang nak tukaq nama.
        jadi.
        nasik tambah.

        oh, ikutCeramah.
        bila tambah-tambah.
        jadi.
        ikutCelamah.

        kita betoi lah, kalau lagu tu.

      • Apa salahnya kalau
        aku tambah…???

  3. salam..

    cmne dengan student malaysia kt sane??

  4. Semoga Allah SWT menggantikan pemimpin mesir baru yang tidak mementingkan kepentingan amerika dan yahudi tetapi Pemimpin yang mengdahulukan Al-Quran dan As-Sunnah dan mengutamakan Ibadat serta keIkhlasan kepada Allah SWT dalam setiap tindakan. Amin Ya Rabbal Alamin.

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