Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Februari 8, 2011

Kaherah 2:45pm.. Protes Berterusan Hari Ke 15 Sehingga Mubarak Berundur

Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak attends a meeting with United Arab Emirates Foreign Minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed al-Nahayan at the presidential palace in Cairo February 8, 2011. Protesters called for a push on Tuesday to eject Mubarak from power after the government conceded little ground in talks with the opposition and tried to squeeze demonstrators out of central Cairo.

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Egypt’s President Hosni Mubarak attends a meeting with United Arab Emirates Foreign Minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed al-Nahayan at the presidential palace in Cairo February 8, 2011. Protesters called for a push on Tuesday to eject Mubarak from power after the government conceded little ground in talks with the opposition and tried to squeeze demonstrators out of central Cairo.

Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak (R) meets with Emirates Foreign Minister Sheikh Abdullah Bin Zayed al-Nahayan (unseen) in Cairo on February 8, 2011, as protests in the city continue for the 15th consecutive day calling for his resignation and an end to his regime.

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Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak (R) meets with Emirates Foreign Minister Sheikh Abdullah Bin Zayed al-Nahayan (unseen) in Cairo on February 8, 2011, as protests in the city continue for the 15th consecutive day calling for his resignation and an end to his regime.

Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak attends a meeting with United Arab Emirates Foreign Minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Zayed al-Nahayan at the presidential palace in Cairo February 8, 2011. Protesters called for a push on Tuesday to eject Mubarak from power after the government conceded little ground in talks with the opposition and tried to squeeze demonstrators out of central Cairo.

An overview shows anti government protestors taking part in a fun run past tents early morning in Tahrir Square on February 8, 2011, on the 15th day of protests calling for an end to President Hosni Mubarak's regime.

An overview shows anti government protestors taking part in a fun run past tents early morning in Tahrir Square on February 8, 2011, on the 15th day of protests calling for an end to President Hosni Mubarak’s regime.

An overview shows anti government protestors and tents set up early morning in Tahrir Square on February 8, 2011, on the 15th day of protests calling for an end to President Hosni Mubarak's regime.

Thousands of Egyptian anti-Mubarak protesters shout slogans as they take part in a demonstration at Tahrir square in Cairo, Egypt, Tuesday, Feb. 8, 2011.

Thousands of Egyptian anti-Mubarak protesters shout slogans as they take part in a demonstration at Tahrir square in Cairo, Egypt, Tuesday, Feb. 8, 2011.

Children chant and wave flags among opposition supporters near Tahrir Square in Cairo February 8, 2011. Thousands of protesters including first-timers gathered in Cairo's Tahrir Square from early on Tuesday and numbers built quickly as demonstrations meant to force out President Hosni Mubarak entered their third week.

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Children chant and wave flags among opposition supporters near Tahrir Square in Cairo February 8, 2011. Thousands of protesters including first-timers gathered in Cairo’s Tahrir Square from early on Tuesday and numbers built quickly as demonstrations meant to force out President Hosni Mubarak entered their third week.

A child looks at a poster depicting Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak as Adolf Hitler, amid opposition supporters in Tahrir Square in Cairo February 8, 2011. Thousands of protesters including first-timers gathered in Cairo's Tahrir Square from early on Tuesday and numbers built quickly as demonstrations meant to force out Mubarak entered their third week.

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A child is carried near a poster depicting Egypt’s President Hosni Mubarak as Adolf Hitler, amid opposition supporters in Tahrir Square in Cairo February 8, 2011. Thousands of protesters including first-timers gathered in Cairo’s Tahrir Square from early on Tuesday and numbers built quickly as demonstrations meant to force out Mubarak entered their third week.

A child is carried near a poster depicting Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak as Adolf Hitler, amid opposition supporters in Tahrir Square in Cairo February 8, 2011. Thousands of protesters including first-timers gathered in Cairo's Tahrir Square from early on Tuesday and numbers built quickly as demonstrations meant to force out Mubarak entered their third week.

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Outlawed opposition group the Muslim Brotherhood has warned that it may pull out of talks with the government if protesters’ demands, which include Mubarak’s resignation, are not met, Reuters reported.

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Israel sangat selesa dengan Omar Suleiman Timbalan Presiden merangkap pembantu Mubarak..

” We defer to Embassy Cairo for analysis of Egyptian succession scenarios, but there is no question that Israel is most comfortable with the prospect of Omar Soliman” SOURCE: Reuters Mobile 3 hours ago

Maknanya Majoriti Rakyat mesir akan tetap teruskan protes dan desakan sehingga Mubarak Dan Omar Sulaiman berambus dari pentadbiran Kerajaan..dua ekor ni sebenarnya serupa je… sama-sama menjadi pokyet Israel

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Hosni and Omar lap up American comedy

As they compare notes at the end of each day, Hosni Mubarak and his crony the Vice-President, Omar Suleiman, must chortle at Washington’s re-imagining of Dr Dolittle’s pushmi-pullyu as a viable policy process by which to oust a dictator who stands between his 80 million subjects and a new democracy.

The fictional animal had a head at each end of its body, so that one was always trying to pull in the opposite direction to the other. But Hosni and Omar will be splitting their sides over the Obama administration’s efforts to graft heads to their Egyptian pushmi-pullyu.

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When the protests began, Hillary Clinton pleaded ”stability”. As the street crowds showed more fervour, Barack Obama decided that Mubarak must go – ”orderly transition … must begin now”.

At the weekend, Frank Wisner, the go-between sent to Cairo by Obama to personally deliver his ”game’s over” message to the dictator, became Mubarak’s ventriloquist’s doll, telling a security conference in Munich that ”President Mubarak’s continued leadership is critical – it’s his opportunity to write his own legacy”.

But if the Wisner wisecrack had them chuckling, then it has to be assumed that the Egyptian President and his consigliere were rolling on the floor as they digested Clinton’s warning on Sunday of the dangers of rushing to a new election without a cumbersome rewriting of the Egyptian constitution.

Imagine the scene. ”The what?” Mubarak asks in disbelief. ”The constitution,” Suleiman replies.

”You mean,” Mubarak snorts, ”that after 30 years of us ignoring the constitution, she now wants to abide by it, and to leave us in charge of the process?”

But Suleiman has more to report. By the time he gives a bullet-points account of his recent press interviews, Mubarak is laughing like a drain.

”Yes, Your Excellency,” Suleiman boasts. ”I told them that we can’t lift the 30-year emergency law – how would we throw people in jail without it? Then I told them you can’t resign before September – they’re stuck with you. And democracy? Ha, I told them Egypt is just not ready.”

Merriment then gives way to a moment of sobriety as the former general, the man Washington actually believes is capable of leading Egypt’s transition from the dictatorship in which he is steeped to the democracy that he despises, briefs the President on how the authorities were making life uncomfortable for the protesters – even under the glare of the international news media.

Prominent activists are being lifted from the streets and their homes and held overnight; the state-controlled media have their mojo back, misrepresenting the motives of the demonstrators and foreigners. Life has become tougher for foreign correspondents in Cairo – they are barred from Tahrir Square unless they have a government-issued press pass, which takes at least a couple of days to process – and the military is keeping everyone guessing on its view of the crisis – and its role in it.

Despite Clinton’s view, the Egyptian constitution is the problem – not the solution.

Explained by Clark Lombardi, an associate professor of law at Washington University, ”it effectively allows the elites in the current regime to hold hostage any transfer of power and may enable them to negotiate concessions [in their own favour]”.

Nathan Brown, of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, described the constitution in its current prostituted form as ”the tools the current leaders want – so they would try to follow it. If Mubarak stays on till September, even as a figurehead, the regime can carefully manage the [transition] process”.

Writing in Foreign Policy, he proposes the seemingly obvious – suspend the constitution and negotiate a transition between the regime and the opposition. This, he acknowledges, would amount to ”regime change … operating outside existing rules”.

”It may be the best outcome and it is what the opposition is effectively demanding,” he says. ”It may very well deserve [US] support, but we should know that when we call for Mubarak to step down, then legally, at least, this is where  e are effectively pushing.” smh.com


Responses

  1. bro n sis…….

    kita mau hanya sulaiman akhlakhen……..
    bukan omar suleiman……….
    suleiman akhlakhen bukan senang nak cari….
    p.ramlee pun dpt dlm mimpi saja……..
    itu pun dia boleh mengubah ‘penipuan’ ahmad nesfu@ sadek segaraga……….

    ramai sangat mcm omar sulieman kat mana-mana denia pun……
    remote control amerika ngan israel pegang…….pasai tu depa suka sangat kalu OS nie ganti mubarak…….
    depa akan guna ‘channel’ lama punya…….

    menesia laa nie aku cukup heran……
    dah tau spesis mcm OS tu……..depa mau jugak…
    depa dok bekamiaq ngan orang mcm OS nie bukan pasai apa…..
    kot tireh sikit-sikit……boleh bikin modal maa……..
    seropa tu laa kat mesia pun……orang yg mcm OS nie belambak-lambak………

    hanya sulieman akhlaken yang mampu mengubah sesebuah sejarah hitam……….
    cari lah sulieman akhlaken (SA) dlm mimpi hangpa….
    jugak cari SA dlm jaga hangpa……
    realitinya tetap ada……….

    kah kah kah………

    • Salam nasik kandaq tak suka
      Che’gu Mala pun taksuka
      Yang Suka Tok Mayudin ngan Chua Soi Lek..

      Kalau Sulaiman Mar’ie kedai kitab kat Acheen street tu buleh?
      Ada lagi ka kedai kitab tu?..

      • salam kucing suka………

        awat hang dok peringat aku pasai maktabah sulaiman mar’ie ni…….
        kat acheen street…..tinggai tak banyak dah……
        dulu aku rajin dok pi besembang ngan adik Tn Hj. Yusuf Rawa di kdai kitab tu………

        Kedai buku Pak Mael ada lagi…….
        nanti aku cerita pasai apa buku dan kitab tua nie dah tak dak sambutan……..

        ada geng ajak pekena teh tarik nie……..
        depa dok tunggu tu…….
        sorry kucing…..tak dan habih………

        see u later……….

      • Bukan pasaipa tanya.

        Allahyarham Pak Usuf Rawa ni kawan baik Allahyarham ayah Kucing dan Sulaiman Arab dari Petani ni, ( kecik aja orang dia).
        Kucing masa jadi escort ayah Kucing pi ambik kitab2 kat toko buku depa ni selalu dok pi pekena teh tarik depan Masjid belakang toko depa ni, dan kadang2 pi jugak pekena nasik kandaq restoren zamzam.. laani takdak dah kut..

        Yaalah pasai kitab2 lama ni tak laku, sekarang ni dah ada ustaz2 baru susun semula bahasa lama kitab2 tu, yg banyak dipengaruhi bahasa melayu Petani, kepada bahasa melayu standard sekarang ni, mudah faham.
        Teringin jugak nak pi ziarah kat kedai2 kitab di acheen street ni. Nostalgia pasar Choarestar dan kedai kasut Campbell shoe store..

        Takpa nanti kalau ada peluang kita jumpa kat mana2 di Penang.. Ok Wasssalam…

      • Salam Kucing Kota.

        Nak tolong pebetoi.
        Ejaan.
        Pasaq Chowrasta.

        Kitsiang kat hang.

      • Haa!!! tang ni Kucing puji hang
        Pasai hang buleh membaca, kalau tak silap tulih mungkin hang tak masuk
        N3 ni…
        Hang lebih baguih dari forumer yang menulih selindong balik kain pelikat bapak dia..


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