Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Februari 6, 2011

Medan Tahrir 4:00pm Islam Dan Kristian Bergabung Desak Diktator Mubarak

Gelombang kebangkitan rakyat Mesir mendesak Diktator Mubarak berundur hari ini sudah masuk  hari ke 13, setakat petang ini suasana di Medan Tahrir belum nampak lagi tanda2 ianya akan berakhir.. Bahkan pada hari ini golongan panganut agama kristian juga turt sama bergabung menyertai perhimpunan Mendesak Diktator Mubarak di Medan Tahrir. Suasana yang belum pernah dilihat semenjak protes ini bermula 25 Januari lalu.

Egyptian Coptic Christians and Muslims raise a Cross and a Koran, Islam's holy book, at Cairo's Tahrir Square on February 6, 2011 on the 13th day of protests calling for ouster of President Hosni Mubarak.

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Egyptian Coptic Christians and Muslims raise a Cross and a Koran, Islam’s holy book, at Cairo’s Tahrir Square on February 6, 2011 on the 13th day of protests calling for ouster of President Hosni Mubarak.

Egyptian Coptic Christians and Muslims raise a Cross and a Koran, Islam's holy book, at Cairo's Tahrir Square on February 6, 2011 on the 13th day of protests calling for ouster of President Hosni Mubarak.

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Egyptian Coptic Christians and Muslims raise a Cross and a Koran, Islam’s holy book, at Cairo’s Tahrir Square on February 6, 2011 on the 13th day of protests calling for ouster of President Hosni Mubarak.

Egyptian anti-government demonstrators wave their national flag as they gather at Cairo's Tahrir Square on February 6, 2011 on the 13th day of protests calling for ouster of President Hosni Mubarak.

Egyptian anti-government demonstrators wave their national (R) and the Tunisian flag (C) as they gather at Cairo's Tahrir Square on February 6, 2011 on the 13th day of protests calling for ouster of President Hosni Mubarak.

Egyptian anti-government demonstrators gather at Cairo's Tahrir Square on February 6, 2011 on the 13th day of protests calling for ouster of President Hosni Mubarak.

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Egyptian anti-government demonstrators gather at Cairo’s Tahrir Square on February 6, 2011 on the 13th day of protests calling for ouster of President Hosni Mubarak.

Egyptian Coptic Christians and Muslims raise a Cross and the Muslim holy book, the Koran, on the 13th day of protests in Tahrir Square in central Cairo calling for the end to President Hosni Mubarak's regime on February 6, 2011.

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Egyptian Coptic Christians and Muslims raise a Cross and the Muslim holy book, the Koran, on the 13th day of protests in Tahrir Square in central Cairo calling for the end to President Hosni Mubarak’s regime on February 6, 2011.

An opposition supporter holds a child above the crowd in Tahrir Square in Cairo February 6, 2011. Demonstrators camped out in Cairo's Tahrir Square, which has become an epicentre for protest, vowed to intensify their battle to oust Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak but the 82-year-old president has said he will stay until September elections because the alternative is chaos.

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An opposition supporter holds a child above the crowd in Tahrir Square in Cairo February 6, 2011. Demonstrators camped out in Cairo’s Tahrir Square, which has become an epicentre for protest, vowed to intensify their battle to oust Egypt’s President Hosni Mubarak but the 82-year-old president has said he will stay until September elections because the alternative is chaos.

Opposition supporters play the role of victims involved in the recent rioting with pro-Mubarak demonstrators, in Tahrir Square in Cairo February 6, 2011. Demonstrators camped out in Cairo's Tahrir Square, which has become an epicentre for protest, vowed to intensify their battle to oust Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak but the 82-year-old president has said he will stay until September elections because the alternative is chaos.

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Opposition supporters play the role of victims involved in the recent rioting with pro-Mubarak demonstrators, in Tahrir Square in Cairo February 6, 2011. Demonstrators camped out in Cairo’s Tahrir Square, which has become an epicentre for protest, vowed to intensify their battle to oust Egypt’s President Hosni Mubarak but the 82-year-old president has said he will stay until September elections because the alternative is chaos.

Anti-Mubarak slogans are seen on a medic's gloves in the opposition stronghold of Tahrir Square in Cairo February 6, 2011. Demonstrators camped out in Cairo's Tahrir Square, which has become an epicentre for protest, vowed to intensify their battle to oust Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak but the 82-year-old president has said he will stay until September elections because the alternative is chaos. The slogans read, "You will leave by the hand of youth".

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Anti-Mubarak slogans are seen on a medic’s gloves in the opposition stronghold of Tahrir Square in Cairo February 6, 2011. Demonstrators camped out in Cairo’s Tahrir Square, which has become an epicentre for protest, vowed to intensify their battle to oust Egypt’s President Hosni Mubarak but the 82-year-old president has said he will stay until September elections because the alternative is chaos. The slogans read, “You will leave by the hand of youth”.

An Egyptian anti-government demonstrator holds his national flag bearing the arabic writing 'we are steadfast' as others sit in front of an army M-113 armoured personnel carrier (APC) in order to prevent it from moving at Cairo's Tahrir square on February 6, 2011 on the 13th day of protests calling for the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak.

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An Egyptian anti-government demonstrator holds his national flag bearing the arabic writing ‘we are steadfast’ as others sit in front of an army M-113 armoured personnel carrier (APC) in order to prevent it from moving at Cairo’s Tahrir square on February 6, 2011 on the 13th day of protests calling for the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak.

Egyptian anti-government demonstrators gather in Tahrir Square, the center of anti-government demonstrations, in Cairo, Egypt, Sunday, Feb. 6, 2011. A sense of normalcy began to return to the capital of some 18 million people, which has been largely closed since chaos erupted shortly after the protests began on Jan. 25.

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Egyptian anti-government demonstrators gather in Tahrir Square, the center of anti-government demonstrations, in Cairo, Egypt, Sunday, Feb. 6, 2011. A sense of normalcy began to return to the capital of some 18 million people, which has been largely closed since chaos erupted shortly after the protests began on Jan. 25.

Egyptians pray in Cairo's Tahrir Square on February 06, 2011, following nearly two weeks of unprecedented demonstrations calling for President Hosni Mubarak's ouster.

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Egyptians pray in Cairo’s Tahrir Square on February 06, 2011, following nearly two weeks of unprecedented demonstrations calling for President Hosni Mubarak’s ouster.

Egyptian anti-government Muslim demonstrators pray as they gather at Cairo's Tahrir square on February 6, 2011 on the 13th day of protests calling for the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak.

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Egyptian anti-government Muslim demonstrators pray as they gather at Cairo’s Tahrir square on February 6, 2011 on the 13th day of protests calling for the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak.

A composite photo depicting Egyptian Hosni President Mubarak (R) as Hitler is held by an opposition supporter in Tahrir Square in Cairo February 6, 2011. Demonstrators camped out in Cairo's Tahrir Square, which has become an epicentre for protest, vowed to intensify their battle to oust Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak but the 82-year-old president has said he will stay until September elections because the alternative is chaos.

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A composite photo depicting Egyptian Hosni President Mubarak (R) as Hitler is held by an opposition supporter in Tahrir Square in Cairo February 6, 2011. Demonstrators camped out in Cairo’s Tahrir Square, which has become an epicentre for protest, vowed to intensify their battle to oust Egypt’s President Hosni Mubarak but the 82-year-old president has said he will stay until September elections because the alternative is chaos.

A sign made out of rocks by Egyptian anti-government demonstrators calls for Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak in English and Arabic to "Get Out", in Tahrir Square, the center of anti-government demonstrations, in Cairo, Egypt, Sunday, Feb. 6, 2011. A sense of normalcy began to return to the capital of some 18 million people, which has been largely closed since chaos erupted shortly after the protests began on Jan. 25.

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A sign made out of rocks by Egyptian anti-government demonstrators calls for Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak in English and Arabic to “Get Out”, in Tahrir Square, the center of anti-government demonstrations, in Cairo, Egypt, Sunday, Feb. 6, 2011. A sense of normalcy began to return to the capital of some 18 million people, which has been largely closed since chaos erupted shortly after the protests began on Jan. 25.

Egyptian anti-government protesters gather at Tahrir Square in Cairo on February 6, 2011 on the 13th day of protests calling for the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak.

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Egyptian anti-government protesters gather at Tahrir Square in Cairo on February 6, 2011 on the 13th day of protests calling for the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak.

Egyptian anti-government protesters gather at Tahrir Square in Cairo on February 6, 2011 on the 13th day of protests calling for the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak.

Egyptian anti-government protesters gather at Tahrir Square in Cairo on February 6, 2011 on the 13th day of protests calling for the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak.

CAIRO, EGYPT - FEBRUARY 06:  Egyptian women in the anti-government movement march against president Hosni Mubarak in central Tahrir Square on February 6, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt. An uneasy stand-off remains between anti and pro-government factions in Egypt's central square as the protests continue unabated.

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CAIRO, EGYPT – FEBRUARY 06: Egyptian women in the anti-government movement march against president Hosni Mubarak in central Tahrir Square on February 6, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt. An uneasy stand-off remains between anti and pro-government factions in Egypt’s central square as the protests continue unabated.

CAIRO, EGYPT - FEBRUARY 06:  Egyptian women in the anti-government movement march against president Hosni Mubarak in central Tahrir Square on February 6, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt. An uneasy stand-off remains between anti and pro-government factions in Egypt's central square as the protests continue unabated.

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CAIRO, EGYPT – FEBRUARY 06: Egyptian women in the anti-government movement march against president Hosni Mubarak in central Tahrir Square on February 6, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt. An uneasy stand-off remains between anti and pro-government factions in Egypt’s central square as the protests continue unabated.

Egyptian anti-government demonstrators shout slogans as they gather in the northern city of Alexandria on February 6, 2011 on the 13th day of protests calling for the ouster of embattled President Hosni Mubarak.

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Egyptian anti-government demonstrators shout slogans as they gather in the northern city of Alexandria on February 6, 2011 on the 13th day of protests calling for the ouster of embattled President Hosni Mubarak.

Egyptian anti-government protesters gather at Tahrir Square in Cairo on February 6, 2011. Behind the makeshift barricades surrounding Tahrir Square, protesters voiced determination to stay put on the 13th day of protests against Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak.

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Egyptian anti-government protesters gather at Tahrir Square in Cairo on February 6, 2011. Behind the makeshift barricades surrounding Tahrir Square, protesters voiced determination to stay put on the 13th day of protests against Egypt’s President Hosni Mubarak.

Egyptian Vice President Omar Suleiman talks to representatives from political parties in the Prime Minister's office in Cairo February 6, 2011. Suleiman held talks on Sunday with opposition groups including the officially banned Muslim Brotherhood to try to find a way out of the country's worst crisis in decades.

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Egyptian Vice President Omar Suleiman talks to representatives from political parties in the Prime Minister’s office in Cairo February 6, 2011. Suleiman held talks on Sunday with opposition groups including the officially banned Muslim Brotherhood to try to find a way out of the country’s worst crisis in decades.

komen tukar tiub

woit… INI PERANCANGAN AMERIKA…. kah kah kah..

kah kah kah… KELUAR DARI MULUT BUAYA… MASUK KE MULUT BUAYA LAGI…. kah kah kah..

kah kah kah…OMAR SULEIMAN IALAH TUKANG PUKUL…. kah kah kah..

kah kah kah..OMAR SULEIMAN IALAH TUKANG SEKSA TAHANAN POLITIK… kah kah kah..

kah kah kah… OMAR SULEIMAN IALAH KAWAN BAIK ISRAEL…. kah kah kah..

kah kah kah….OMAR SULEIMAN AKAN MENERUSKAN PERJANJIAN DAMAI MESIR/ISRAEL… kah kah kah..

kah kah kah…OMAR SULEIMAN TIDAK AKAN MENGUBAH APA APA DI MESIR…. kah kah kah..

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Muslim Brotherhood joins Egypt crisis talks

CAIRO (AFP) – The embattled regime of Egypt’s President Hosni Mubarak launched landmark talks Sunday with opposition groups, including the Muslim Brotherhood and street protesters who seized Cairo’s central square.

As global pressure mounted for newly appointed Vice President Omar Suleiman to negotiate a peaceful transition to more democratic rule, the government took the historic step of meeting with its most long-standing and powerful foes.

Meanwhile, as new avenues of dialogue opened up on the political front, Egyptian army troops stepped up pressure on the protesters who have occupied central Cairo’s Tahrir Square, tightening a cordon around the area.

Undaunted, the protesters celebrated a mass in the square — the epicentre and symbol of the revolt against the regime — to remember the estimated 300 people who have been killed since demonstrations against Mubarak began.

“God bless the dead. God bless the dead,” recited a Christian preacher wearing a crucifix. By his side, a Muslim sheikh stood holding a Koran, as the faithful chanted “A single hand. A single hand” in inter-faith solidarity.

Meanwhile, a measure of normal life began to return to the biggest city in the Arab world, with queues forming in front of banks that had been shut for more than a week and workmen scrubbing down shop fronts.

The Brotherhood, a well-organised Islamist movement, has long been banned from Egyptian politics. That Mubarak’s camp has been forced to invite its bitter foe to talks is a sign of the opposition’s mounting strength.

“We will join the talks today,” senior Brotherhood official Essam el-Erian told AFP.

The state-run MENA news agency confirmed that the talks had begun, and would include the Brotherhood, the liberal Wafd party, the left-leaning Tagammu and members of a committee picked by the youth groups holding the square.

“All present at the meeting held a minute’s silence for the martyrs who died during the protests,” MENA said.

And Erian warned: “We have been invited. We will go. But our participation is conditional on giving the youth representation. If the demands of the youth are not met, we have the right to reconsider our position.”

The Brotherhood is officially banned in Egypt, but its vast social aid network is tolerated and serves as the basis of a well-organised opposition movement which fields parliamentary candidates as independents.

The crisis has given US President Barack Obama’s administration a policy headache, forcing it to confront the consequences of Washington’s long-term support for Middle East autocrats in exchange for security guarantees.

Some Western observers have expressed concern the Brotherhood could sweep to power and institute an Islamist regime that would be no more democratic than Mubarak’s an

d might break Egypt’s close alliance with Washington.

“Today we learned the Muslim Brotherhood decided to participate, which suggests they at least are now involved in the dialogue that we have encouraged,” Clinton told National Public Radio from Germany.

“We’re going to wait and see how this develops, but we’ve been very clear about what we expect,” she said.

Obama spoke Saturday to several foreign leaders about the unrest in Egypt and underscored the need for “an orderly, peaceful transition, beginning now,” the White House said in a statement.

Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron said he and Obama had agreed that “real, visible and meaningful change needed to start now … including a path to free and fair elections.”

Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey — Egypt’s closest rival as a regional powerhouse — called for an interim government to be appointed.

“A democratic transition should be ensured in the shortest possible time. If this is achieved, I believe the people will definitely accept such an outcome,” he said, in televised remarks.

Citing unnamed US and Egyptian officials, the New York Times reported that Suleiman and Egyptian military leaders want Mubarak to make a graceful exit.

Under the US-backed plan, Mubarak’s powers would be scaled back enabling the creation of a transitional government headed by Suleiman to negotiate reforms with the opposition, the paper reported.

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4:24pm A cross-section of Egyptian society met earlier with the government. As shown by state TV, representatives from the Muslim Brotherhood, as well as members of the “group of wise men”, participated in the meeting.aljazeera.net

4:28pm Al Jazeera’s Ayman Mohyeldin has been detained by the Egyptian military in Tahrir Square.

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  2. Kita di Malaysia juga ada Omar Suleiman.
    Siapa mereka, cuba teka?.

    • Mai aku jawab…

      Betui tak betui,
      tu “belakang kira”…

      Jawapan aku…

      Muhyiddin Yassin…

      Betui tak kucing….????

      Bezanya, Omar Sulaiman tu “handsome”
      Muhyiddin tu….

      ….SEMBAB….!!!!

      KAH…!!! KAH…!!! KAH…!!! KAH…!!!

    • omar sulieman nie sangat benci ikhwan muslimin mesir………
      dia nie dah lama dok pebusuk puak ikhwan……..
      omaq nie jugak laa cukup kamceng dgn amerika…
      pasai tu depa dok question samada dia nie jujur sebagai arbitrator atawa tidak dlm krisis di mesir toh……..lebih kurang mcm ‘broker’ laa dia nie…..
      ramai dok meluat kat dia……

      dia laa yg pakat ngan amerika.tuduh ikhwan bertindak secara ‘ektreme’ dgn melakukan tindakan ekstremis bersenjata………

      jadi hangpa tau kot..kalu kat malaysia sapa dia jenih mcm nie??……..
      dia nie dah lama sangat “bermusuh” dgn gerakan Islam di Mesia nie…….
      apa yg dia tak kata kat Islam…..
      dia hina Islam….
      dia ‘pelekeh’ Islam……..
      dia ‘pelece’ undang-undang Islam…..
      dia nie tua lagi dari omaq sulieman toh…….
      mulut dia tak pernah dok diam….
      dia rembat pun deraih jugak……..
      cakap anti yahudi….
      dgn soros dia dok main mata…..
      duit dia simpan kat bank of Israel………
      hangpa ingat kes ‘memali’ tak???……..
      plan-plan hangpa tau laa sapa dia……..

      betoi kot noooooooo….kk…..
      atawa mcm mana????……..

      Gc….hang boleh bagi nasik tambah sikit lagi………..
      plan-plan hangpa slongkaq tengok…..

      • Salam Nk,

        Yang nak boleh percaya
        pegang amanah
        Sulaiman Akkelaken saja.
        Bila kata dapat mimpi
        jumpa peguam ni…..
        harta jenoh sampai ke
        merata cerok dunia.
        go head go stan pon ada..
        go no go,gi tak gi tarak la.

  3. Bro Isham Rais ada ulas kat blog TukarTiub
    Omar Sulaiman ni adalah
    “proksi besar” Amerika di Mesir.

    Omar Sulaiman ni yang banyak berpakat
    dengan tentera Amerika menghantar
    tahanan politik dan musuh-musuh Mubarak
    ke Guantanamo Bay untuk dikurung dan diseksa.

    …LANNCHOWWW LA LU OMAR…!!!!

  4. Islam dan Kristian bergabung
    atas nama keadilan sejagat….

    Makin kecut perut la
    M.Najis baca berita ni….


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